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Each Surname tested that is in “OUR” surname lineage groups is listed below by surname

A quick and dirty definition of some words used in genetic genealogy:  

Haplogroup

 

A Haplogroup places you on the genetic tree of mankind. Think of the haplogroups as the main branches on the genetic tree of mankind. This is not really used for genealogy as it determines ancient mankind, before the use of surnames, in the tens of thousands of years.

 

Haplotypes

 

It takes a Haplotype to predict a Haplogroup. To actually determine a Haplogroup from your markers you must take a Y-SNP test.

 

Markers 


Markers are a set of predetermined places in a dna string that are tested, these tests are given names and numbers and are referred to as markers, the results of these tests create the marker results, which may or may not link you to a particular surname.

These sets of marker results are called a Haplotype.

 

There are different tests

1.       12  markers,

2.       25 markers,

3.       37 markers

4.       47 markers.

There may be other names for these tests but discussing them by the number, people will still know what you mean.


the more marker results the better chance of finding someone you share a common ancestor with.

 

Haplotypes are important in genealogical research. The test they use is referred to as an STR test.  

The more matches of markers within the haplotype the closer you are to the person whose test you are comparing to, as long as you are with in the same surname group.  Although, there can be mutations at markers, these can help in determining the distance in years the two tested are from a common ancestor. Normally father and son have an exact match on their markers, but a mutation can occur between father and son, or even between brothers, as one may get the mutated marker and the other not. But normally this changed marker is given to his descendants.

If interested in learning more I recommend visiting the internet links at:

The Blair DNA project: http://blairgenealogy.com/dna/dna101.html

Then read http://www.kerchner.com/anonftp/pub/introg&g.htm

 

Scott DNA Project and Oppenheimer Clan data sheet

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ncscotts/ 

All Male Relatives of mine who have tested

All Markers tested all companies

 

 

 

 

 

YDNA Haplotype results

 #

lineage #/Y-search#

Name

ZV3N9

Hurst

P333U

Gilpin

U9JAS

Beatty

 Graves

 3HG9V

Eskew

 Hood                       
Place

VA.

Ind.

Scotland

NY

VA

England

NY, VA, Denmark

Haplogroup

estimated/tested

R1b1c9b R1b1b2

R1b1c

??

R1b1*

R1b1b2

Tested

tested EA/FTDNA

not

not

not 

 estimated
1 DYS19 14

14

14 14  14                        
2 DYS385a 11 11 11 11  11                        
3 DYS385b 14 14 15 14  15                      
4 DYS385a(KITTLER)   (14x)                            
5 DYS385b(KITTLER)   (11x)                            
6 DYS388 12 12 12  12  12                      
7 DYS388-I                              
8 DYS388-II                              
9 DYS388-III                              
10 DYS 389 I 13 13 13 13 14  
11 DYS 389 II 29 29 29 29 30  
12 DYS 389 III                              
13 DYS390 23 24 24 23  25                      
14 DYS391 10 11 11  10                         
15 DYS392 13 13 13 13  13                      
16 DYS393 14 12 13

13

 13                      
17 DYS413                              
18 DYS425                              
19 DYS426 12 12 12  12  12                      
20 DYS434                              
21 DYS435                              
22 DYS436                              
23 DYS437 14 15 15  15 14                       
24 DYS438 12 12 12  12  12                      
25 DYS439 12

12

12  12  12                      
26 DYS441                              
27 DYS442 12  12 12 12 12
28 DYS443    
29 DYS444    
30 DYS445    
31 DYS446    
32 DYS447 25 25 25 24 25
33 DYS448 19 19 19 19 19
34 DYS449 29 32 29 30 31
35 DYS452    
36 DYS454 11 11 11 11 11
37 DYS455 11 11 11 11 11
38 DYS456 15 15 17 16 15
39 DYS458 17 16 16 16 16
40 DYS459a 9 8 9 9 9
41 DYS459b 10 10 10 11 10
42 DYS460 11 11 11 10 11
43 DYS461    
44 DYS462    
45 DYS463    
46 DYS464a 15 15 15 15 15
47 DYS464b 16 16 15 15 15
48 DYS464c 17 17 16 15 18
49 DYS464d 18 17 17 16 18
50 DYS464x,a   15c  
51 DYS464x,b   15c  
52 DYS464x,c   16c  
53 DYS464x,d   17.1g  
54 DYS 481    
55 DYS 485    
56 DYS487    
57 DYS490    
58 DYS494    
59 DYS 495    
60 DYS505    
61 DYS522    
62 DYS531    
63 DYS533    
64 DYS549    
65 DYS556    
66 DYS570 17 17 18 17 16
67 DYS575    
68 DYS576 17 17 18 17 18
69 DYS 578    
70 DYS589    
71 DYS594    
72 DYS607 14 16 15 15 14
73 DYS635/Y-GATA-C4    
74 DYS636    
75 DYS638    
76 DYS641    
77 DYS643    
78 DYS 714    
79 DYS 716    
80 DYS 717    
81 DYS724/ CDYa 37 34 35 37 36
82 DYS724/ CDYb 39 35 38 37 36
83 DYS725    
84 DYS726    
85 YCA-IIa 19 19 19 19 19
86 YCA-IIb 22 23 23 23 23
87 Y-GATA-A10    
88 Y-GATA-H4 11 12 10 10 11
89 TAGA-H4 (?)    
90 Y-GGAAT-1B07    
91 DYF371X/DYS425    
92 DYF385    
93 DYF399    
94 DYF401 / DYS 527    
95 DYF406S1    
96    

 

These are test results of the males of our lineages. They descend from a common male ancestor or  our female lines who descend from a common male ancestor of the person tested, and have excellent genealogy paper trails to prove the lineage.

Notes about R1b..Haplogroup and specific Haplotypes 

 

Haplogroups have been divided into subclades, in the cases above we are Haplogroup R, subclade R1b, and R1b1c,  but certain SNP markers are being used to further indicate information. As I learn it I will be posting it to this page.

 

R1b

Now DYS390 / 391 / 392
24/11/13 - Normal being where all the rest of the R1b's are normally found.
25/11/14 - Irish Modal Haplotype/Northern Irish - Scots
24/11/13 - Normal - Gilpin
24/11/13 - Normal - Beatty

23/10/13 - ?? - Hurst

23/10/13 - ?? - Graves

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Normally this marker/STR is not compared to a different surname but I use the example just to point out the information.

DYS 464 extended test 

notice the 464 marker above, it has four different sections to it, a b c d. Just because these results may be the same as another persons, normally we would consider them the same, but in this test it gives you the area before and between the sections; they could be cccg or cggg or gccc or ccgg. if this does not match too then they can be counted as a difference. So it is just as important to know the results of the test. If Gilpin and Beatty at d were g17 and c17 they would be one step difference between them plus the other differences. If say Gilpin at d was c17 and Hurst was c18 they would be only one step difference but if Gilpin was c17 and Hurst was g18 they would be a two step difference plus all other differences.

to understand better see:  http://www.dna-fingerprint.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=Sections&file=

index&req=viewarticle&artid=11

 

For information on DYS464 marker  http://dna.reinyday.com/464/ 

 

Beatty yDNA tree... Link

Gilpin yDNA tree... Link

Hurst yDNA tree... Link

 

How to join:

 

Beatty yDNA project: http://www.beattydna.org/


Gilpin yDNA project: http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~bonsteinandgilpin/


Hurst yDNA project: http://www.familytreedna.com/public/hurst/

 

Graves yDNA project: 

 

 

 

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