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From: "Andrew and Inge" <>
Subject: Haplogroup I1*x
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 06:26:37 +0100
Thanks Glen, Thanks Lisa - for pointing this out.
I'll update the listing webpage soon, but the SNP results are also very
valuable. I also looked for matches on Ysearch which lead to more examples,
all typical of the pattern found so far. I think Ken is now going to call
these types, with DYS448=21 something like I1*x-b.
This Greene, of German origin, has an interesting match with a Creswick of
German origin 8VWK5. They share the lowest DYS19 values I found so far for
I1*x, and both have English names (or Anglicised) but German origin. The
Creswick has 37 markers tested and it would be interesting to know whether
he gets closer looking at 37 markers which sometimes happens.
From: "Glen Todd" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Re: Haplogroup I1*x
Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2006 17:29:12 -0700
> Glen and Ken,
> I sent this message earlier this afternoon but it apparently
> didn't go through so I'll try again:
I got it. My reply must have gotten lost. I said:
I looked at X22KV again. Yep. There's the 8-10-10-12 signature, big as
life. P19+ and P37- is also entirely consistent with what we've found to