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From: Charles Hollenbeck <>
Subject: Re: [yDNAhgI] I2b1
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2009 13:50:27 -0700
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By the time the Germanic tribes started to form, the population would
have been mixed for some time. It wouldn't surprise me if an I2a1 had found
his way that far north that early. Or that far east if (what is it?) M26+
So.., saying you're "definitely not Danish" may be an error. We don't know
for certain that the Danes/Germans didn't include *some* I2a1's.

On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Wil Husted <> wrote:

> Hello Charles,
> Thank you for the information. I need to digest your and Ken's replies with
> a map of the area in my lap. I got into this DNA stuff much too late in
> life and am just trying to find answers to my many questions as I can to
> pass-on to one of our sons who is interested but presently too busy with
> his
> work and raising two teenagers. I'm a retired archaeologist (Rocky
> Mountains, western high Plains etc.) and find my deeper ancestry
> fascinating. I have a Danish/German surname, but being I2a1, I definitely
> am
> not of Danish ancestry. How and when my tribe got to the British Isles
> interests me very much. My knowledge of European archaeology dates to
> college in the late 1950s and early 1960s, so I've got to bone-up on the
> subject. The Internet is a great source of help.

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