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From: "Glen Todd" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Strange E3b results - need help with interpretation
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 14:37:35 -0600
Interesting. I've got an E3b line that I'm working on a little myself
(Wright - mother's father.) This line is well documented and of known
Norman origin. We have a probable (by triangulation) 25 marker signature
for immigrant ancestor Deacon Samuel Wright (although I'm still working on
getting my uncle to test.) I notice that the E3b project clusters fairly
tightly, and that many of the names are consistent with a Norman/Teutonic
> All E3b interested? listers, - your comments are welcomed,
> My question is whether I am correctly interpreting the
> following results as meaning my E3b haplotype is one of the
> more ancient deviations from the original E3b ancestral
> haplotype? - or has my line just encountered
> a greater than normal number of mutations?
> My haplotype is one of thirteen total 37-marker test results found
> within the 39 testees who have joined the E3b Project at
> FTDNA thus far.
> I have been SNP tested by FTDNA as E3b M35+
> Whit Athey's original calculator gives me a 29% probability
> of being E3b (highest % result estimated vs. all other
> haplogroups by version 1.20).
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