Jan 26, 2015 · Both are lineal Y DNA descendants of the earliest known ancestor Steely Hager. The 23andme haplogroup is from the 2010 tree, but using the 23andme to ysnp program and then the ISOGG tree add on, I was able to confirm that both have R1b1a2a1a1c2b haplogroup on the 2015 tree, enumerated by FTDNA as R-L48/S162 in the U106 subclade. The Grahams of the 16-17th century Anglo-Scottish Border and their descendants in Rossadown, Co. Laois, Ireland Lloyd D. Graham Excerpted from “House GRAHAM: From the Antonine Wall to the Temple of Hymen,” an original – and at times irreverent – look at some illustrious and
Discovery of Western European R1b1a2 Y Chromosome Variants in 1000 Genomes Project Data: An Online Community Approach Richard A. Rocca1*, Gregory Magoon2, David F. Reynolds3, Thomas Krahn4, Vincent O. Tilroe5,
Haplogroup R1b is the most common Y-DNA haplogroup in western Europe. It reaches a frequency of 70-80% in the British Isles (please see distribution maps).R1b is the group believed to have re-populated Europe from an Iberian refugium when the last glacial ice sheet retreated about 10-12,000 years ago.
Irish Genetics: Abstracts and Summaries by Kevin Alan Brook. Family Tree DNA: Genetic Testing Service DNA testing will show your connections with other families and ethnic groups. The database includes many peoples from throughout Europe and the rest of the world including Irish, English, Scots, and members of many other ethnic groups.Banks families and other closely related persons within Haplogroup R-U106 common ancestor likely in western Europe in pre-Christian era An ancestor of all R-U106 developed a mutation on the U106 site of the Y-chromosomeUp until recently the shortcut to my Haplogroup was R-L48 and that appeared to have plenty of documentation, probably contentious, re possible ethnic origin etc., I have been unable to unearth any such information for my new shortcut R-L47, a subclade of L48. The search of this forum came up with zero.