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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] D9S919 Results; also, an in situ 37/37 match
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 13:47:38 -0600
References: <BLU126-W541DC17E0C350F48292EA7CB5B0@phx.gbl>


I am behind the times on this D9S919. If one has no hint of pre-Columbian
American ancestries, what is the significance to this autosomal marker? It
seems to becoming popular? Maybe I'll have it measured if I know what I
might learn?


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From: "John Ozment" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, September 06, 2008 12:39 PM
Subject: [DNA] D9S919 Results; also, an in situ 37/37 match


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> D9S919 Results --
>
> #1 -- 16-16 -- Burkett spouse (ca. 1789-1814 Cheraw/Black Dutch(?);
> Marlboro Co., SC)
> #2 -- 17-18 -- Weatherly spouse (ca. -1804, Cherokee/Creek(?); unknown,
> NC)
> #3 -- 17-18 -- Wolf male (ca. 1795-1828, Choctaw; *prob. Laflore Dist.,
> MS; also includes the other two above)
>
> So, does the 16-16 have the most likelihood of reflecting the 16 modal
> of an actual NA result (the "larger percentages")?
>
> My personal D9S919 result is now completed but hasn't yet posted for some
> reason.
> Thus, I don't yet know its number.
>
> (I have two more samples on file I could test for the D9S919 marker.)
>
> I should have a predicted y-haplogroup for #3 by Sept. 17.
> Will it be Q3 (or successor name) or reflect European admixture?
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> *Probably Red Wolf (Ashobomooha) [d. 1830-1834, Lafore Dist.] and
> widow, Wakatima, from the Armstrong Roll
> [inasmuch as Walking Wolf (Nashobanowa) and wife, Inahota, removed to
> Oklahoma.]
>
> Our oral traditions indicate subsequent moves to Vicksburg, MS, and
> NE LA (prior to SE AR by 1850).
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> Only a certain percentage of Native Americans had the "9" at D9S919.
> Generally larger percentages of Native Americans had "16" as modal. My
> own results came back today too and I had 16-17. Your "19" value is,
> apparently, only found in a few tribes: Northern Paiute, Sioux
> (Sisseton/Wahpeton), and 7 other tribes. Did you get the paper?
> --Al
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> Our variously scattered Ozment lines match 37 / 37
> with an Ozman of Maryland (in situ from 1850s; our landing point in 1710).
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