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Subject: Re: [DNA] William the Conqueror
Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 19:58:20 +0000
FTDNA Haplogroup Database, FTDNA haplogroup predictor - none (of the three) have any "odd" features that would warrant SNP testing - although I will likely do it at a later date due to the hight profile nature of the haplotypes.
Dr. David K. W. Faux
Ethnoancestry USA, Inc.
4141 Ball Road #180
Cypress, CA 90630 USA
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> David F:
> Quote:"The Y chromosome of my Shetland Islands Bruce participant
> appears to have come directly, and intact except for a few
> inconsequential mutations, from the Royal Bruce of Scotland family.
> The same can be said for my Stewart participant sharing the same Y
> chromosome as James V of Scotland, and my Sinclair participant having
> the same Y chromosome as William the Conqueror (although not a direct
> lineal descendant of the latter). Curiously all are R1b."
> How do you know that they were all R1b?
> Paul D.
> On 5/20/05, wrote:
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