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From: Pat Oliver <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Notice: I1c Y-Clan Study
Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2005 15:52:07 -0600
>This message is to notify all Project Admin. that the I1c Y-Clan
>Project is now established for FTDNA and Genographic clients.
>There are many Surname projects which have I1c families.
>We wish to ingather all I1c-folk for a large public comparative study.
>Project Admin. who have I1c families in their projects are most
>welcome join the I1c list, please send your email address to:
> with a brief description of which families
>are I1c within your projects. It would be most helpful if those same
>families were also invited to join the study.
>I1c is in a unique situation of being a rare haplotype yet having
>been around for a long time as a member of the Upper Palaeolithic
>As this subclade and it's haplogroup I* arose in situ from a
>Palaeolithic Eurasian ancestor, this group represents indigenous
>Here is a brief list of some of the surnames- I1c lineages are
>currently found under. If any of these names are in your projects or
>are your own surnames please do contact us ASAP.
>We do look forward to your email!
>I1c Y-Clan Study
I've read your messages but am still at a loss as to exactly what is
to be gained by any confirmed HG I1c by participating in your study.
Can you explain what sort of comparative study you plan and how it
would benefit those who join? I need something clear and concise to
relay to my I1c folks. It would be best if you could post your
response here so others can benefit from it.
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