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From: "John McEwan" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] DNA question
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 17:14:05 +1300
In-Reply-To: <20060104034934.JYSR11058.priv-edtnes40.telusplanet.net@9535DEE118EC44B>


Dear Patricia

I did a quick comparison of M8PSX against the various R1b "clusters" I
describe at www.geocities.com/mcewanjc/ With only 25 markers can't make
a lot of statements other than:
* almost certainly R1b (as FTDNA suggest) 7 mismatches against R1b modal
versus 16 against R1a modal.
* unlikely to be R1bSTR19Irish (this is the same as David Wilson's Irish
defined group) with 10 mismatches
* Based on only 25 markers I cannot suggest with any degree of
reliability what cluster you are part of.
* Based on surname matches may be of English or Welsh ancestry.

Hope this helps

John McEwan

-----Original Message-----
From: Patricia [mailto:]
Sent: Wednesday, 4 January 2006 4:50 p.m.
To:
Subject: [DNA] DNA question

Hi, I just recently rejoined the list after several months away. I was
wondering if there is anything new to help me to understand a relative's
results.

I do belong to the surname group but he doesn't have any matches there.
I
did look through the list archives but wasn't really sure what to search
for.

I did notice some discussion on the possibility of certain markers
representing a group such as the Irish.

I would appreciate any insight as to his results as he doesn't have any
25
marker matches at FTDNA.

You can locate his results at Ysearch - M8PSX

Thanks,

Patricia



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