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From: "AAF" <>
Subject: Re: R1b haplotypes (Ht5)
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 08:48:51 +0200
References: <006901c56f79$fbb694e0$d4d3ae51@oemcomputer>

> John Eckersley wrote...

> Ht5 "Foster 7RCAT & Cunningham G58GU"
> 390=23
> 439=11
> Surnames & Places
> Foster, Cunningham & Anglos
> Northumberland, Ayrshire
> (Anglos apparently comes from the surname of the aristocracy in
Motteville, Normandy - but the name Anglos itself seems to indicate someone
from England)

"7RCAT" is me, anciently (13th century AD) named Forster, from
Northumberland and Durham, England.
"Anglos" is the name I adopted for comparing modal subsets of English
haplotypes against other ySearch haplotypes. Currently it is a modal of 20
"English" haplotypes with DYS390=23.

Alan Foster.
PS. I went to school in north-eastern England, and sat three desks away from
a Cunningham!

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