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From: "South" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] I1c and marker CDY b = 43. Hiberno-Norse Group
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 10:27:34 +1100
This group of I1c folk found associated with Welsh surnames is not new and
one we have been looking at for some time.
My view is that it's migration was due to the Viking activity in and around
My own lot may well be members of the same general migration from Dublin.
We see quite a few families with similar markers from southern Scotland,
north England and Wales.
This area is well documented regarding the various settlement periods of the
so-called Hiberno-Norse [also Danish- most were already mixed such as the
children of Ivar the Boneless, King of Dublin, Man and York and the children
of his many siblings.
I have seen 42 at CDY before within a group of cousins who are all otherwise
Your 43 is only one step away from the already known.
I am 40 at CDY-b.
If you would like to join the Jones line to our I1c Y-Clan Study please
contact me at;
The Study page is at;
All the best.
I1c Y-Clan Study
----- Original Message -----
From: "jane gilbert" <>
Sent: Friday, January 06, 2006 5:06 AM
Subject: Re: [DNA] Haplogroup I1c and marker CDY b = 43
> Hi Ken,
> Sorry, I should have thought to include that. I've put his markers in
> both dbs. Here's the ID for ysearch....
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