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Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS 565 in R-P312+ haplotypes of British Isles origin
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2009 23:14:32 EST
> The most common occurrence of DYS 565=11 is for R-P312+/L21+
> individuals with Irish surnames/origins <snip>
What can you tell me about the Irish cluster that
has DYS390=23, DYS391=10, DYS439=11, DYS389.2=28 (usually),
DYS617=13 and DYS 565=11? Is this considered South Irish,
or something else? Where does this group come from?
My brother SQVD4 (Johnston) always seems to match
more Irish than Scottish, though no matches
are ever closer than 57/67. He is L21 positive.
The closest Irish surnames with YSearch IDs who
have these results are
I am only counting the ones who have tested 67 markers.
It always seems like this is a sub-cluster of its own.
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