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From: ahunt <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] marker value ranges that point to Scottish ancestry ?]
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 21:39:46 -0700
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To date I am not aware of many to have YCAII a,b 19,22 to be Scottish or
Irish but to be English. Thing may have changed in last couple month but
England had the most 19,22 when I went digging through YSearch.

Kenny Hedgpeth wrote:

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> I had someone ask me if there was a pattern of specific marker's and
> or the range of values for specific markers, that would indicate if
> one was Scottish or not ...
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> would also be interested in hearing, if there were other nationalities
> / origins that might be indicated by there own specific marker's too
> if it's at all possible to determine ...
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> Ken -
> hdpth-DNA <- most likely of an english origin at some point :)
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> otherwise known as:
> 13-24-14-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-30-18-9-10-11-11-25-15-20-28-15-15-16-17-11-11-19-22-16-15-19-14-37-37-13-12
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> yep another R1b :)
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