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Due to the recent upgrade of the Y-DNA matching system, my results changed. (New data Posted 12/25/2012)

This page is a view of ancestry information for matches from one of my Y-chromosome DNA STR (short tandem repeat) tests, Y-DNA12, Y-DNA25, Y-DNA37, Y-DNA67, or Y-DNA111 is listed here.  Only for Haplogroup series R1.
 
Country This is the paternal country of origin.
Match Total This is the total number of matches for a specific country.
Country Total This is the total number of people with Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) results from the country of origin in the Family Tree DNA database.
Percentage This is the percentage from the country of origin compared to the total number from that country in the database, i.e., the MATCH TOTAL column divided by the Country Total column. Please note, a percentage will not be shown if the Country Total is less than 100.
Comment This is additional information such as a social, religious, or ethnic group. Where more than one match from a country has provided the same comment, the number of matches is shown beside the comment. For example, someone with matches in Germany might have Baden-Württemberg (2) and Schleswig-Holstein (7).
NOTE:  Family Tree DNA uses the International Organization for Standardization's ISO 3166 for country names.
 
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TOC of Links to subsequent Studies and Papers on geographical origins of certain Haplogroups

Y-DNA Haplogroup R-U152 in Britain: (Hypothesis B)
 

This table differs from the other table that looks similar in that this table indicate where people matching my haplogroup designation is located.   A Haplogroup is determined by the first 12 markers, so we all match the first 12 but possibly no matches after 12.   This could mean these folks don't match me at all specifically -


Y-DNA - Ancestral Origins  as of August 5, 2016  
12 Marker      
Exact Match      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
England 2 37092 < 0.1 %  
Ireland 2 23695 < 0.1 %  
United Kingdom 3 13889 < 0.1 %  
Genetic Distance -1      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
England 5 37092 < 0.1 %  
France 1 5447 < 0.1 %  
Ireland 4 23695 < 0.1 %  
Scotland 2 17590 < 0.1 %  
Sweden 1 4211 < 0.1 %  
United Kingdom 6 13889 < 0.1 %  
United States 2 5232 < 0.1 %  
25 Marker      
Exact Match      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
United Kingdom 1 9886 < 0.1 %  
Genetic Distance -1      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
England 1 30913 < 0.1 %  
Genetic Distance -2      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
England 3 30913 < 0.1 %  
United Kingdom 3 9886 < 0.1 %  
37 Marker      
Genetic Distance -2      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
United Kingdom 1 8864 < 0.1 %  
Genetic Distance -3      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
England 1 27994 < 0.1 %  
Genetic Distance -4      
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
England 1 27994 < 0.1 %  
Scotland 1 13818 < 0.1 %  
United Kingdom 3 8864 < 0.1 %  
67 Marker      
No Matches Found      
111 Marker    
No Matches Found      

 


This data reported by FTDNA and posted on Aug 10, 2015.   It shows the Ethnic Makeup of my haplogroup.   But it does not show dates.

One is then left to speculate that this means that at some time or other, we migrated through the Middle East 20,000 - 50,000 years ago on our way out of Africa, as we migrated into the Northern European regions indicated.  Else where shows that Celtic tribes controlled most of western and northern Europe at one time.

Concerning the Middle East It may also mean a soldier of the Crusades being of our Haplogroup decided to stay in the Middle East or at least left his DNA behind.   Since this is haplogroup one must be adaptable in its interpretation.
 
Edward Ogle Ethnic Makeup

European 96%
British Isles 66%
Scandinavia 28%
Finland and Northern Siberia 2%
Middle Eastern 5%
Asia Minor 4%
North Africa 1%