My Y-DNA Haplotree Page 1

I have a new HaploTree sub group -- R-L617

Which corresponds to: R1b1a2a1a2a2

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Yet the truth of it is, I still don't know what all this means.   I understood the old system pretty well but when they changed to the international coding system they gave no cross reference to the old system, this new coding doesn't seem logical.
I think they changed it for job security and nothing more.

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-- Listed in Alphabetic Sequence Tested Positive
-- Listed in Haplotree Sequence Tested Positive
-- Listed in Alphabetic Sequence Tested Negative
 
Extract From the Border Reiver's Project as of October 21, 2015
 -- The Reiver's are the families that lived along the border region of England and Scotland.  A Reiver was said to be always riding.  They raided into Scotland and lived with raids from Scotland in like kind.  Cattle rustling was the primary reason for these raids.
  
Ogle R-L617 -- Humphry DeOgle, 1055-1155, From Ogle, England  -- This is the first known mention of the family of Ogle from Ogle Castle and the established village of Ogle, England.
 
Tested Positive as of 10/21/2015:  Matches raw data from FTDNA as of 9/5/2015
 In Alphabetic Sequence:

L11+, P310+, P311+, P312+, M173+, M269+, M343+, M207+, P25+, M269+, L23+, L278+, L389+, L617+, L51+, P297+,
Tested pos for PF331+ BUT PF331 has been declareed unstable and requring more research I consider it unusable at this time.
 in Haplotree Sequence:

R: M207, M173, M343, L278, P25, L389, P297, M269, L23, L51, L11, P310, P311, P312, L617
Tested Negative as of 10/21/2015: Matches raw data from FTDNA as of 9/5/2015
 In Alpha Sequence: 

A1773-, A2150-, A274-, A4670-, A517-, BY2823-, BY2868-, BY575-, BY653-, CTS10429-, CTS11567-, CTS11994-, CTS1751-, CTS3386-, CTS4466-, CTS4528-, CTS5330-, CTS5689-, CTS6937-, CTS7763-, DF103-, DF110-, DF17-, DF19-, DF21-, DF41-, DF49-, DF63-, DF81-, DF83-, DF88-, DF95-, DF99-, F2691-, F2863-, FGC10516-, FGC11134-, FGC13620-, FGC20761-, FGC22501-, FGC396-, FGC5301-, FGC5336-, FGC5344-, FGC5345-, FGC5351-, FGC5354-, FGC5356-, FGC5367-, FGC5373-, FGC5494-, FGC5798-, L1335-, L165-, L176-, L2-, L21-, L238-, L371-, L408-, L47-, L48-, L513-, L584-, L881-, M126-, M153-, M160-, M18-, M1994-, M222-, M335-, M37-, M65-, M73-, MC14-, P107-, P66-, PF3252-, PF6610-, PF6714-, PF7562-, PF7589-, PF7600-, S1026-, S1051-, S11493-, S11601-, S12025-, S1567-, S16264-, S1688-, S18632-, S18827-, S7721-, SRY2627-, U106-, U152-, U198-, V88-, Y5058-, Z156-, Z16500-, Z17-, Z17300-, Z18-, Z1862-, Z195-, Z198-, Z209-, Z2103-, Z2109-, Z225-, Z251-, Z253-, Z2542-, Z255-, Z2573-, Z295-, Z296-, Z301-, Z302-, Z326-, Z36-, Z367-, Z381-, Z49-, Z8-, Z8052-, Z8056-, Z9-,  
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This is my Y-DNA - Standard Y-STR DYS Table Showing my Value for each DYS. 
Notice FTDNA is now listing multiple values for some of the DYS positions.  In the past this was broken down by (i and ii or by a and b).
DYS393 13 Y-GATA-H4  10 DYS557 16 DYS495 16 DYS441 13
DYS390 24 YCAII 19
23
DYS594 10 DYS540 12 Y-GGAAT-1B07 10
DYS19 14 DYS456 17 DYS436 12 DYS714 27 DYS525 10
DYS391 11 DYS607 15 DYS490 12 DYS716 26 DYS712 19
DYS385 12-12 DYS576 19 DYS534 15 DYS717 19 DYS593 15
DYS426 12 DYS570 17 DYS450 8 DYS505 11 DYS650 18
DYS388 12 CDY 35-35 DYS444 11 DYS556 11 DYS532 13
DYS439 11 DYS442 12 DYS481 24 DYS549 12 DYS715 23
DYS389I 13 DYS438 12 DYS520 19 DYS589 12 DYS504 17
DYS392 13 DYS531 11 DYS446 15 DYS522 10 DYS513 13
DYS389II 29 DYS578 9 DYS617 12 DYS494 9 DYS561 15
DYS458 18 DYF395S1 15-16 DYS568 11 DYS533 12 DYS552 24
DYS459 9-
9
DYS590 8 DYS487 13 DYS636 12 DYS726 12
DYS455 11 DYS537 10 DYS572 11 DYS575 10 DYS635 23
DYS454 12 DYS641 10 DYS640 11 DYS638 11 DYS587 18
DYS447 25 DYS472 8 DYS492 12 DYS462 11 DYS643 10
DYS437 15 DYF406S1 10 DYS565 12 DYS452 32 DYS497 14
DYS448 18 DYS511 10 DYS710 36 DYS445 12 DYS510 17
DYS449 30 DYS425 12 DYS485 15 Y-GATA-A10 13 DYS434 9
DYS464 15-15-
16-17
DYS413 22-23 DYS632 9 DYS463 24 DYS461 12
DYS460 11             DYS435 11
What do the DYS, DYZ, and DYF prefixes on Y-DNA STR names mean?  The DYS, DYZ, and DYF prefixes are part of the scientific name for a short tandem repeat (STR) found on the Y chromosome. STR markers are named according to guidelines published by the HUGO Gene nomenclature committee. For Y-DNA STR tests:

    D stands for DNA.
    Y stands for Y chromosome.
    S, Z, and F stands for the complexity of the repeat segment as follows:
        S is a unique segment.
        Z is a number of repetitive segments at one site.
        F is a segment that has multiple copies on the Y chromosome.
All STRs are given a unique identification number.
For example, DYS393: the D indicates that the segment is a DNA segment, the Y indicates that the segment is on the Y chromosome, the S indicates that it is a unique segment, and the number 393 is the identifier.  

Whit Athetís Haplogp Results for my 111 SNPs Test Matches the SNP data in table above

Haplogroup

Fitness score

Probability(%

E1a

4

0.0

E1b1a

14

0.0

E1b1b

18

0.0

G1

13

0.0

G2a

11

0.0

G2b

1

0.0

I1

9

0.0

I2a

24

0.0

I2b

11

0.0

J1

13

0.0

J2a

16

0.0

J2b

7

0.0

L

16

0.0

N

7

0.0

O

37

0.0

Q

37

0.0

R1a

23

0.0

R1b

55

100.0

R2

13

0.0

T

16

0.0

Notice the fitness score where:
R1b = 55 --
and its subgroups are predominantly found in western Europe and the British Isles.   It is the most common haplogroup in Europe and a subgroup of R1b is believed by some researchers to be Celtic.  This is where my Haplotree sub group R-L617 is located.

O = 37 -- Many participants of the project belongs to O3 - major lineage of China. It is found throughout East and Southeast Asia. This lineage also occurs in central and northern Asia at low frequencies, as well as throughout the south Pacific. It has been hypothesized that this lineage may have spread through the south Pacific in the same wave as haplogroup O1.

Q = 37 --
is primarily associated with Native American populations.

I2A = 24 --
and its subgroups are predominantly found in northwestern Europe (Scandinavia) and central Europe. One subgroup is considered to be Viking.

R1a = 23 --
and its subgroups are predominantly found in eastern Europe and in western and central India and Asia. In eastern Europe, it is frequently associated with Slavic populations.

E1b1b = 18 --
is predominantly found around the coast of the Mediterranean

J2A = 16 --
and its subgroups are predominantly found around the coast of the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Subgroups are frequently associated with Jewish populations.

L = 16

T = 16

E1b1a = 14 --
is predominantly found among sub-Sahara African populations.

G1 = 13

J1 = 13 --
and its subgroups are predominantly found around the coast of the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Subgroups are frequently associated with Jewish populations.

G2a = 11

I2b = 11--
and its subgroups are predominantly found in northwestern Europe (Scandinavia) and central Europe. One subgroup is considered to be Viking.

I
1 = 9 -- and its subgroups are predominantly found in northwestern Europe (Scandinavia) and central Europe. One subgroup is considered to be Viking.

J2b = 7

N = 7 -- is predominantly found in northeastern Europe and especially in Finland.

E1a = 4

G2b = 1

 

 
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