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From: "Kenneth Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] [yDNAhgI] Recommended SNP's for M223 RootsandContsubgroups
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2011 15:24:22 -0600
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I think that does it! This dna has the L147- result, and the 9 at 532, so
it makes L623 too much of a long shot I think to do.

-----Original Message-----
From: Julie Frame Falk
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2011 3:14 PM
To: ; Y-DNA-Haplogroup I
Subject: Re: [yDNAhgI] [DNA] Recommended SNP's for M223 Roots
andContsubgroups

I've ordered L801 for Kit 77830 / YSearch: XX7FG (Cont. 2a). Any other
recommendations for him?

Julie Falk


From: Jørgen K. Kanters


It seems that cont1 and cont2a is L801+ but only a few according to the
FTDNA website. I know one strange I2b1-X, one roots1 and one cont2c who are
negative. It seems to be a marker that defines cont 2a, butfirst when we
have seen more results both positive and negative we will know. It is a
certain go for cont 2a.

From: Aaron Salles Torres
> Meanwhile, another brand new SNP has also been proving very useful in
> dividing the various Continental subgroups of M223. This SNP was named
> L801
> and is also a result of our very successful WTY campaign. It was
> originally
> found in our WTY participant Rasey, kit # 69631, Cont2a subgroup. WTY
> participant Mendes da Silva (kit# 150778, Roots Group 1 - DYS446=8) tested
> L801- and L800+. WTY participant Games, who helped us confirm the L623+,
> L147.4+ Cont2c subgroup, also tested L800+ and L801-. So far, every Cont
> member of M223 (Cont1, Cont2a, etc...) has tested positive for L801.
>
> [[Not only is Games from Continental found L801-, another M223* from an
> outlier clade has tested L801- This latter fellow is from the M223-X
> clade
> as I call it. I think a number of clades of M223* which peeled off the
> tree mainstream early enough will escape the L801 snp. KN]]

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