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Subject: Re: [DNA] DYS 565 in R-P312+ haplotypes of British Isles origin (&a couple more newly L21+ clusters)
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2009 00:09:32 -0800
Thank you very much for bringing this to our attention, Kathy. I
believe that you are absolutely correct, & this is yet another L21+
cluster, the ninth by my count. I don't know if it has been
mentioned on the list yet either that there are now two L21+ results
for a Welsh cluster. Thanks again, Kathy - nice work. Pat
> 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
> Cleary 9T6P6
> O'Donohue 9V3M7
> Moore C8KGQ
> Moher HCS46
> Reardon JR4RA
> Healy KYFNT
> Dever WTJGP
> Devine NKCPE
> Kelley FVXDY
> I am only counting the ones who have tested 67 markers.
> It always seems like this is a sub-cluster of its own.
> Kathy J.
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