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From: charles <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] The possible Hun connection with Hunsicker / Hunseckersurname
Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 13:19:59 -0400
I checked at Ysearch.org for C3 and found the Stout name, which is
German. There are Stout's here in my PA Deutsch area. Can't tell by
Ysearch if he was SNP tested but someone on this List said he was. Most
other names are non-European in origin. Here is the link.
If by chance my Hunsicker testee comes out C3 or Q or something other
than R1b, R1a, or I, then I will order a battery of SNP tests from you
to drill down into it.
PA Deutsch Project Admin
David Faux wrote:
> My only question, which still has not been answered, is what evidence is there that C3 is found in Germany. That is all that I am concerned with at present. If C3 is detected, and if found in unrelated families in a circumscribed area of Germany, this would be a dramatic finding and well worth a search by academics for further evidence. But first, who has been tested for M217 or P44?
> David Faux.
> charles <> wrote:
> This is all conjecture at present. You are pursuing your theories. I
> would have expected a little more encouragement from you but your tone
> is otherwise. I for one never suggested the Huns were C3. I
> statistically don't expect my Hunsicker to be C3, and thus to find a
> Mongol connection, or some other Haplogroup with a Hun connection. But
> no one knows until he's tested. The family oral history indicates a
> connection to Hunseck in the Schwartzwald region of Germany. So I'm
> pursuing this new tidbit. This is all part of my long term study of the
> PA Deutsch Ethnic Group DNA started by the DNAPrint results found in 2003.
> I have set up my Hunsicker Surname Project. I am doing the Y-DNA test
> first. If the results of that are interesting and suggest a non-European
> haplogroup I will then get a SNP test done to verify it. First things first.
> Charles Kerchner
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