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Haplogroup G


Haplogroup G has an overall low frequency in most populations but is widely distributed within many ethnic groups of the Old World in Europe, northern and western Asia, northern Africa, the Middle East, India, Sri Lanka and Malaysia.

Various estimated dates and locations have been proposed for the origin of Haplogroup G. The National Geographic Society places haplogroup G origins in the Middle East 30,000 years ago and presumes that people carrying the haplogroup took part in the spread of the Neolithic[2]. Two scholarly papers have also suggested an origin in the Middle East, while differing on the date. Semino et al. (2000) suggested 17,000 years ago. Cinnioglu et al. (2004) suggested the mutation took place only 9,500 years ago.

The oldest skeleton confirmed by ancient DNA testing as carrying haplogroup G was found at the Neolithic cemetery of Derenburg Meerenstieg II, north central Germany, with burial artifacts belonging to the Linear Pottery culture, known in German as Linearbandkeramik (LBK). This skeleton could not be dated by radiocarbon dating, but other skeletons there were dated to between 5,100 and 6,100 years old. The most detailed SNP mutation identified was S126 (L30), which defines G2a3. G2a was found in 20 out of 22 samples of ancient Y-DNA from Treilles, the type-site of a Late Neolithic group of farmers in the South of France, dated around 3000 BCE. Two skeletons carrying haplogroup G2a were found in a high-status burial at Ergolding in present-day Bavaria, southern Germany, of the Merovingiandynasty period.





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William Johnson, ca 1730 NJ, to ca 1809 KY

Okie Johnson(s) of Hampshire Co. VA

Abraham Johnson(s) of Hampshire Co. VA



Joseph Johnson d aft Dec 12 1809

Thomas Johnson d. bef April 11 1811

William Johnson, res Hampshire, Va. d. 1794

1809 Will of John Johnson, Sr.

1788 Will of Okey Johnson, res. Hampshire, VA

1815 Will of Okey Johnson, res. Hampshire, VA

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