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From: "Dennis Wright" <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] What's with the low DYS464 results?
Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 08:55:49 +1000
In-Reply-To: <001c01c65a41$936a0210$bec79045@Ken1>


Spot on Ken,
8,9 at DYS459 and 11 at DYS 439.
I was a 11/12 match with a chap Devon in 1750 (different surname) that is
now 41/43 with the extended testing.
I also have a 37/43 and two 35/43 matches with Irish samples, all different
surnames.
My R1b deep clade results are due back 19 April.
My paper trail ends in New Zealand with a Charles WRIGHT who died there in
1874 aged 41. I can't find whether he was born in NZ or England in 1833/4.
I was hoping the Devon match may have helped with my research. I have just
found a Charles son on Charles and Mary, b 1813 Poole, Devon that could
have been the father of my Charles.
I hope the Irish R1b doesn't blow things wide open again!
Cheers
Dennis

> Without looking I will also guess you are 8,9 at DYS459? There
> is a variety
> of Irish R1b with the two unique features of 8-9 at DYS 459 and modal
> 13-13-15-17 at DYS464. You are probably also 11 at DYS439.
>
> Ken

> >I have just had my results extended from 12 to 43 markers.
> > While most markers are close to R1b, AMH, the DYS 464 seem very low.
> > AMH DYS 464 15,15,17,17
> > My DYS 464 13,13,15,16
> > Any comments anyone?
> > Full haplotype at ySearch 6PWCD and yBase CWFP7
> >
> > Dennis Wright


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