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From: Yves Pauplin <>
Subject: [DNA] Oxford Ancestors: PAUPLIN Y-Line
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 17:02:34 +0200
Here are my results:
DYS 19: 14
DYS 388: 12
DYS 390: 24
DYS 391: 10
DYS 392: 13
DYS 393: 13
DYS 389i: 13 (after the Y-STR Database's correction)
DYS 389ii:29 (")
DYS 425: 12
DYS 426: 12
Who has this haplotype?
The Pauplins were in the centre of France in the 17th c. There was a
Pauplin (a very rare surname, even whith other spelling) around 1800 in
the French area that became Kansas and Arkansas, so that... who knows?
On the other hand, Oxford Ancestors examines a real example of 23 males
(labelled A to W) with the surname of Dyson. The above haplotype is
exactly as Dyson U except U has DYS391:11 as V and W, whereas I have
DYS391:10 as A to T.
Are the haplotypes published in GENEALOGY-DNA-L get together in a table
and/or on a graph?