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From: Mike Humphrey <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Another English "Q"
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 08:23:18 -0700 (PDT)
385b=20 is rare. It's not listed in the current YBASE statistics. 385b=19 is
the rightmost column in the histogram - it's 1%. (Hmmm - the total for 385b is
101% - guess they rounded up - no room left for 385b=20 :-)
--- David Faux <> wrote:
> Very interesting. From out of nowhere we are now seeing Q, which has been
> misidentified as R1b in the literature. Q is found in different locations in Norway -
> more in the north. It is found in Iceland, Shetland, and Orkney also - at about 4%.
> It is possibly a more classic Viking signature than R1a in Britain - but exceedingly
> rare outside the Northern Isles.........or has been misidentified in virtually all
> publications, or not looked for. Jim Wilson and I will be specifically searching for Q
> in all the countries in Europe that have made a genetic contribution to Britain. Who
> knows what is going to turn up.
> Robert Paine <> wrote:
> A couple of months ago I posted that I expected my test results to
> probably show (Norman, Viking, or Saxon). Wrong, I got my 12 marker
> results today, batch 83, other results still pending.
> FTDNA says "Q".
> 393 13
> 390 23
> 19* 13
> 391 10
> 385a 13
> 385b 20
> 426 12
> 388 12
> 439 11
> 389-1 12
> 392 14
> 389-2 28
> At least the numbers match others in lineage 3 of the Payne project.
> Rules out non paternity after 1629 Norfolk England.
> Now I need to order the SNP test, hope to learn which "Q".
> Has anyone done any work on Haplogroups amongst the Huns?
> Dr. David K. Faux, P.O. Box 192, Seal Beach, CA, 90740, USA
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Mike Humphrey - FTDNA Humphrey Surname Project Admin
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