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From: Didier VERNADE <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] R1b1c6*
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2007 16:53:30 +0100 (CET)
I wrote to each of the 5 R1b1c6* entries and I hope I can find out why so many people got this * . At first I thought of a misprint but 5 are too many for just a misprint explanation. I noticed that Gareth Henson who is on this list is one with R1b1c6* instead of the "regular" R1b1c6 with "(tested)" below. If there is any rational behind it, please tell me.
> LOL. No problem, thank Didier for locating it. I'm sure there are many
> honest mistakes in YSearch. We'd like to get R1b1c6 cleaned up as much as
> possible since FTDNA won't admin the site like they need to. Now to get rid
> of that R1b1c6 modal entry!!! Makes no sense to place such an entry when we
> already know our subclade; it's a bit redundant.
> Anybody have any idea who John Raciti is?
> On Dec 19, 2007 1:35 AM, afc700 . <> wrote:
> > REPLY TO Message: 9 of 18Dec...R1b1c6 Didier,
> > X936H is mine;it contains the modal values of the current set of S29+
> > (R1b1c9b) members. The heading was wrongly entered as R1b6.
> > I have now corrected my error, and many thanks for drawing my attention to
> > it.
> > Ref R1b1c6* I will leave this to others to explain.
> > Alan Foster,Essex, England.=================Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007
> > 19:43:45 +0100From: "Didier Vernade" <>Subject:
> > [DNA] R1b1c6* Someone working on R1b1c9b haplogroup (S29+) made a new entry
> > in ysearchR1b1c6 [X936H] . It may be a mistake but the 464 values are
> > indeedfrequently met in R1b1c6. My question is simple : is there anything I
> > missedand what is R1b1c6* ?Didier
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