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Subject: Re: [DNA] R1b Trends at DYS390
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 22:29:41 EDT
R1B 21- 24 at 390; 4 23 @ 390
Origins unknown on all but the small group of 6 with DYS 390 = 24 which has
15 for DYS 19, and that is tentatively placed at Dorset/Wiltshire (1330 - 1629)
and Colonies thereafter.
My guess is that Welsh and the population around Bristol (Gloucestershire)
might not be distinguishable from Ireland. The trading of goods and people
(slaves!) between Dublin and Bristol is documented back to their early days.
Incidentally, I read that Bristol was "founded by the Saracens." Read "moors" or
"arabs" This would have been about 900 AD.
Anne W. Nelson