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From: "Wil Husted" <>
Subject: Re: [yDNAhgI] They're Heeeere! New Hg I SNPs
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2009 08:39:04 -0600
References: <000801c9f73c$6c89fa10$6400a8c0@Ken1>

Howdy All M26 folks,

I spent a lot of money to find L158, L159 and L160. I'm an 80-year old
cardiac with heart failure and want to find out as much as I can about how
M26 peoples moved about after the last glacial maximum. The SNP tests cost
$29 each or $87 for all three plus postage. Go to your personal page, then
to the advanced tests, select L158, L159 and L160 and place your order. I'm
not getting any younger, so get out there and test, test, test!

Wil Husted

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
To: <>; <>
Sent: Saturday, June 27, 2009 9:32 AM
Subject: [yDNAhgI] They're Heeeere! New Hg I SNPs

Four ysnps were recently discovered from two walk the y donors from the I2a
sector of the haplogroup I tree.

They are now available for customer order at the usual price at FTDNA,
advanced orders, I-P215 panel

On the branch line of I2a1 (M26 with the strange 11 at YCAa) three snps,
L158, L159, L160 were found. I urge a variety of folks from I2a1 to test
for them to see if they divide I2a1 and shed light on how it moved north
from Iberia after the LGM

On the branch line of I2a2 a single snp, L161 was found by a donor from
I2a2-Isles-D clade. We still wait for walk the y results for a donor from
I2a2a - Disles clade. But if you are adventursome and in I2a2 you might
speed our learning process and order this snp for the price of a giant, 4
toppings pizza. Does this snp split the 8 clades of I2a2-Isles? Is it just
like M423 and simply split Isles from Dinaric? Or is it upstream a bit and
formally split I2a-French from I2a-Western? Or is it private-like to our
Irish donor from Isles-D?

A pioneer group put together and financed a project to find new snps within
the I2a sector of the tree. Four were found. It is now up to the broader
population of interested folks in these clades to pin down the full
phylogenetic meaning of these new snps.


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