Haplogroup R SNP Summary, including  
DYS 393=12 - R1b  SNP Summary, with comparative notes:    
 
Partially Updated: 28-Oct-08     For DYS393=12 STR Results, See:    ========> http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~donegalstrongs/border_families.htm  
 
  Scroll Down for Results Data    Scroll Down for Results Data  Scroll Down for Results Data    Scroll Down for Results Data     
   
   
  Note 1:   Despite the desire of many participants to have a test for HT35 similar to that performed by Cinnioglu, et.al., there are problems;  see the following quote from a   
  message received from Thomas Krahn of DNA Fingerprint:  "The 49a,b TaqI RFLP test originally requires pouring a polyacrylamide gel, blotting the DNA fragments on a nylon    
  membrane and hybridizing them with radioactive oligonucleotide probes. You can imagine that there is much wet chemistry for quite a little effort. Probably the radioactive  
  probes can be replaced by fluorescent probes (if the laboratory has a fluorescent membrane scanner), but the polyacrylamide gel is still quite toxic and the high   
  concentration of genomic DNA needed can only be extracted from blood samples. Possibly there is a way to amplify only 49a or 49b by PCR, but this test still has to be  
  designed and should be validated in comparison to the original 49a,b TaqI RFLP test. This is very much work for quite little information. I don't know any laboratory   
  that offers this test. As far as I know EA has also given up the idea to offer this test."  Because of the problems involved, for now, some interested participants have opted for deep  
  SNP testing and autosomal STR testing for special markers that might offer some insights.   This page is designed to enhance presentation of the special testing done for certain   
  R1b members of the DYS393=12 project, as well as comparative results received for certain individuals who have DYS393=13 or DYS393=14.        
  It is now apparent that not all DYS393=12 participants are ht35.   Some will be ht15, and will be associated with various  R sub-haplogroups.       
  See also "Satiable Curiosity", by Ann Turner!      
         
  Note 2: Both the old 2006 version [see Note 2a] and the current, at October 2008 [see Note 2b], version of the Y-DNA Haplogroup R charts as gleaned by the editor of this page     
    appear below in order to provide a means of tracking the history of the Haplogroup estimates and SNP results reported by FTDNA and some other testing organizations:    
      The former, 2006 version, of the  chart of Y-DNA Haplogroup R and it's subclades was derived from:  
    Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2006 <====   <==== Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2006   Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2006 <====   Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2006    
    http://isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpR.html     /|\  
  and see:   http://isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_YDNA_SNP_Index.html        
  by the:   International Society of Genetic Genealogy, Copyright 2008      
  and with thanks and apologies to John McEwan;         
  see his:   R1b SNP Summary        
                                                                                                                                                 
  Note 2a:   FTDNA apparently used the nomenclature indicated below in green in reporting tests of the relevant SNPs:        
    Old 2006 Haplogroups: SNPs;              
    R   M207 (UTY2), M306 (S1), S4, S8, S9        
    •       R*   -       /|\  
    •       R1   M173        
    •      •       R1*   -        
    •      •       R1a   SRY10831.2 (SRY1532)        
    •      •       •       R1a*   -          
    •      •       •       R1a1   M17, M198        
    •      •       •      •       R1a1*   -          
    •      •       •      •       R1a1a   M56          
    •      •       •      •       R1a1b   M157          
    •      •       •      •       R1a1c   M64.2, M87, M204        
    •      •       R1b   M343        
    •      •       •       R1b*   -        
    •      •       •       R1b1   P25        
    •      •       •      •       R1b1*   -       /|\  
    •      •       •      •       R1b1a   M18          
    •      •       •      •       R1b1b   M73          
    •      •       •      •       R1b1c   M269, S3, S10, S13, S17      
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c*   -          
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c?   Rs34276300 ?        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c1   M37        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c2   M65        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c3   M126        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c4   M153        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c5   M160        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c6   SRY2627 (M167)      
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c7   M222        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c8   P66        
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c9   S21 (U106)  (added)        
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1c9*   -        
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1c9a   L1 (S26)  (U198) (added)      
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1c9b   S29 (P107) (added)      
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1c10   S28 (U152) (added)      
    •      •       •      •       R1b1d   M335      
    •       R2   M124     /|\  
    Private SNPs:          
    PK5 within R1a1; P107 within R1b1c; S50 within R1b1c; S69 within R1b1c9; S44 within R1b1c10;          
                                                                                                                                                 
  Note 2b:   Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2008   <====       <====       <====   <====   <====    
  The R portion of the HaploGroup chart has been updated by FTDNA at least twice during 2008.  One  version can  be found at:       Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2008     Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2008   Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades, 2008    
  http://www.familytreedna.com/PDF/2008-HaploChart_GR_lores.pdf         /|\  
  A newer version of the chart may be accessed by FTDNA participants through the New Y-DNA Haplotree tab of their personal page.            
  Clicking on the orange "My Haplotree" tab, one willl see an "R" Haplotree showing what FTDNA believes one's test status to be.              
  A heavy line zigzags down terminating on the line where one's last positive SNP is found, and which defines the subclade to which one belongs.            
               
  What follows is one interpretation of the R portion of that chart and the defining SNPs, and it is believed to fairly             
  represent the reporting currently being made by FTDNA:              
                   
    Latest R Haplogroups as of October, 2008 : SNPs;            
    R*     M207 (UTY2), M306 (S1), S4, S8, S9, P224, P227, P229, P232, P280, P285          
    •       R1*     M173=P241,P231,P233, P234, P236, P238, P242, P286, P294          
    •      •       R1a*     SRY10831.2 (SRY1532)            
    •      •       •       R1a1*   M17, M198            
    •      •       •      •      R1a1a     M56            
    •      •       •      •      R1a1b     M157            
    •      •       •      •      R1a1c   M64.2, M87, M204            
    •      •       •      •      R1a1d   P98            
    •      •       •      •      R1a1e   PK5            
    •      •       R1b*     M343            
    •      •       •       R1b1*   P25            
    •      •       •      •      R1b1a   M18            
    •      •       •      •      R1b1b*   P297            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b1   M73            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2*   M269            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2a*   P311, L11, S128            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2a1a*   U106, S21            
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1b2a1a1 U198, S26, L1            
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1b2a1a2 P107, S29            
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1b2a1a3 L1            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2a1b*   P312, S116            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2a1b1   M37            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2b1b2   M65            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2b1b3   M153            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2b1b4   SRY2627            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2b1b5   M222=USP9Y + 3636            
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2b1b6   P66              
    •      •       •      •       •       R1b1b2b1b7*   U152, S28            
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1b2b1b7a M126              
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1b2b1b7b M160              
    •      •       •      •       •      •       R1b1b2b1b7c L2              
    •      •       •      •      R1b1c     M335            
    •       R2     M124, P249, P267           /|\  
                     
  The International Society of Genetic Genealogy [ISOGG] has produced another version of the Haplogroup Chart, which may be viewed at:           
  http://www.isogg.org/tree/index.html The linked version of the R portion of the chart shows current ISOGG thinking as to structure of the R Haplogroup,          
  and is also helpful in understanding the likely impact of additional testing for new SNPs.  See: http://www.isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpR08.html            
  Be Aware that further changes may be expected in the near future !            
  See also "Satiable Curiosity", by Ann Turner!          
             
         
  Note 3:    NOTE RE  SRY10831.2+/--  :   <====       <====   See NOTE RE  SRY10831.2+/--  :    
  Per Jim Elliott: "Web postings on SRY10831.2 tend to be a little confusing.  From what I've read, it seems that the SRY10831.2 is a SNP that differentiates R1a from  /|\  
  other R1 variants by its absence, not its presence - in other words, SRY10831.2-- defines R1a. [e.g., a positive finding, +, indicates R1b, NOT R1a]  I don't know why it     
  has been included in an R1b DeepSNP test.  Does everyone who has been DeepSNP-tested for R1b have a result of SRY10831.2+?  If so, it might not mean that     
  much." "Here are some websites discussing the SNP:    
    https://lists.rootsweb.com/hyperkitty/th/read/GENEALOGY-DNA/2006-01/1136955255      
      See: Ann Turner, Rootsweb DNA Genealogy List Administrator:      
      "R1a still exists, but the marker used to determine it, SRY10831.2, is not included in  FTDNA's deep clade test. You'd have to ask them why, but I'll speculate    
      anyway :) A very large percentage of R1a will turn out to be R1a1 -- some  list members might have the numbers at their fingertips -- so testing M17 is    
      just about as good as testing both markers. Also, SRY10831.2 has some tricky interpretation issues."      
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~grantdna/haplogroups.html      
    http://www.google.com/search?q=SRY10831.2-&hl=en&lr=&start=10&sa=N      
  The majority of the sites do suggest that SRY10831.2 is negative for R1a.    I do agree with you that posting SRY10831.2 results for R1b DeepSNP tests seems rather odd."    
       
  Per Kenny, Y34QR, : "I asked FTDNA why if I tested positive at SRY10831.2, I was classified as R1b1c rather than R1a. This is the answer I received 6/6/06:    
  "SRY10831 is the only SNP for which a negative result means that you belong to the haplogroup.  This is because it happened twice, once when haplogroups B through    
   R branched from A (people who are SRY10831.1 negative are in haplogroup A); and then switched back again to form R1a (SRY10831.2 negative means R1a).  This     
  means that everyone not in haplogroup A or R1a has a positive result for SRY10831.2.    
  The test you were submitted for is the Deep R1a Clade test.  We added a couple of R1b SNPs to this test panel because the Deep R1b Clade test was not ready (and     
  we did not know when it would be).  People who ordered the R1b SNP test, which tests only for R1b and R1b1, were switched to the Deep R1a Clade test because it     
  included the SNP for R1b1c.  This is why you were tested both for the R1a Deep Clades and R1b, R1b1, and R1b1c. ""      
     
  Note 4:    NOTE RE  DYF 399S1  :   The following information concerning DYF 399S1 was obtained from:     <====       <====   SEE NOTE  re DYF399S1  & DNA-Fingerprint.com The DYS464X (Extended) Test    
  "DYF399S1: A Unique Three-Copy Short Tandem Repeat on the Human Y Chromosome"   /|\  
    By: Gareth Ll. C. Henson,   found at: http://www.jogg.info/11/henson.htm        
  "Another useful feature of DYS464 is that the compound haplotype usually gives a good indication of the haplogroup. The data for DYF399S1 is consistent with different    
   haplogroups also having characteristic patterns for this marker. Curiously in both markers the highest values are found in haplogroup R. This may be coincidence or it     
  may indicate something about the evolutionary history of this haplogroup (or the subgroup from which the samples came, probably R1b as both the tested sample and     
  the reference sequence have DYS392 = 13)".   Testing for DYF399S1 and for the DYS464 Extended Test is performed by  DNA-Fingerprint.com       
  Table 1, from Henson's article, referenced above, gives a summary of published test results for DYF399S1 to the date of his article (2005)      
    Table 1:   Published Test Results for DYF399S1      
      Haplogroup   PCR product size Alleles      
      R (sample)   281, 301, 305 15, 20, 21      
      R (ref seq)   302, 289, 293 20.1, 17, 18      
     
  Note 5: "…the R1b1c [2006] Haplogroup, characterized by being positive for M269 and negative for all other previously known SNPs in the R1b tree, has     <====   SEE NOTES  re FTDNA's DeepSNP R1b1c U series tests    <====   SEE NOTES  re FTDNA's DeepSNP R1b1c U series tests       
  recently been graced by a new set of markers that have been published upon and known as the U series of markers as discovered by Drs. Dennis   /|\  
  Garvey and Jack Balantine.  These 4 new markers (including U106; U198; P107; & U152) bring 2 new major subgroups to the panel and      
  if the initial findings continue to hold, we expect that 40% of people who are M269+ will fall into one of these 2 sub-groups, for now               
  known as R1b1c9 and R1b1c10."  per a 6 March 2008 message from FTDNA.   Many were  intrigued by this message from FTDNA soliciting       
  participation in the further testing for SNPs for subclades "for now known as R1b1c9 and R1b1c10", which included this statement "the R1b1c Haplogroup...,       
  characterized by being positive for M269 and negative for all other previously known SNPs in the R1b tree". Former haplogroup R1b1c is now R1b1b2, at Oct., 2008.       
         
  Editor's Comment:   Notes 6 and 7 are now outdated, but are retained for now as reference material, and to help provide understanding of some of the background for newer material:            
  Note 6:  Per a 6 March 2008 message from Vince Vizachero:  "Over the past few months, a lot of progress has been made in the ability to predict ht15/ht35      <====   SEE NOTES  re testing of DYF385 & DYF411 for ht35       <====   SEE NOTES  re testing of DYF385 & DYF411 for ht35      
  .... As you know, the modal value for DYS393 in ht35 is 12.  Unfortunately, many ht35 haplotypes have DYS393=13 and many ht15 haplotypes have DYS393=12 -    /|\ /|\ /|\  
   mostly by virtue of their sheer numbers.   DYS461=11 has always been a useful partner test, but it has never been clear how we should evaluate        
   a conflict between DYS393 and DYS461.  It turns out that there is a third marker, DYF385, that is particularly diagnostic          
   for ht35. This is not the same as DYS385, but rather a palindromic marker offered by FTDNA in its Advanced Orders. It appears that the modal value for ht15 is    /|\ /|\ /|\  
  DYF385=10,11 but that the modal value for ht35 is DYF385=10,10.  In fact, so far 100% of the suspected ht35 haplotypes I've tested have DYF385=10,11.         
  it does not appear that many members of the Border Reivers have tested either DYS461 or DYF385.  Such testing on even a small group of your members might answer       
  the ht15/ht35 question rather definitively… If you have members that are willing to order those two markers, I invite them to join the ht35 project so that we can         
  establish the probability that they truly are ht35.  [Presently], The total cost of the tests would be $28.70 (less if they had already ordered advanced tests in the  /|\ /|\ /|\  
  past).   See the ht 35 project at:    http://www.familytreedna.com/public/ht35/          
  The following is quoted from the goals statement of the ht35 project: "Our goal is to investigate the relationship between YCC Haplogroup R1b1c and         
  TaqI 49a,f haplotype 35 (aka ht35).  So far, no SNP has been found to distinguish ht35 from other forms of R1b1c (including the western European ht15).         
  Our first working hypothesis is that all ht35 haplotypes will be R1b1c* (i.e. negative for known all SNPs known to define subclades of R1b1c).         
  Our second working hypothesis is that ht35 contains much higher frequencies of DYS393=12 and DYS461=11 than ht15.          
  Our third working hypothesis is that ht35 contains much higher frequencies of DYF385=10,10 than ht15.     /|\ /|\ /|\  
  Therefore, our present focus is on accumulating extended Y-SNP and Y-STR testing on any R1b1c* haplotypes exhibiting DYS393=12, DYS461=11 and/or         
  DYF385=10,10 with the hope of finding reliable ways of distinguishing ht35 from ht15 without the need to depend on the expensive, unpleasant and         
  (at the moment) commercially unavailable TaqI 49a,f test."   One can hope that further research interest and a narrowing of focus will lead to definitive          
  TaqI 49a,f testing !            
  To  join the ht35 project:  http://www.familytreedna.com/ftGroupJoin.aspx?act=groupjoin&joincode=T25154&group=ht35&special=true        
       
  Note 7:   The following is quoted from a message dated 26 March 2008, from Thomas Krahn of FTDNA: "As there has been an active discussion on the  
  '<====   '<====         '<====       '<====             '<====   '<====                 '<====      
  [Genealogy DNA] list about the rs34276300 SNP, we wanted to contribute something useful to the genealogical community.  We have tested 6 research
      See Notes re Rs34276300                       /|\                            
  samples from different branches of R1b1c-M269 for this SNP and have received the following results:  Sample 1 (R1b1c*) A+; Sample 2 (R1b1c4-M153) A+;           
  Sample 3 (R1b1c6-SRY2627) A+; Sample 4 (R1b1c7-M222) A+; Sample 5 (R1b1c9-U106) C- ; Sample 6 (R1b1c10-U152) A+; We have not tested samples           
  that are R1b1c-M37, R1b1c-M65 or R1b1c-P66 yet (as we don’t  have positive controls for them in Houston right now ). At least M153, M222, SRY2627 and U152          
   are downstream from the new SNP. We may expect some R1b1c* to be negative for rs34276300, but I think the majority will be positive. The analysis           
  was done by Sanger sequencing and the test for this SNP can be ordered by interested customers starting today. We only recommend this SNP for          
   persons that have been tested negative for all deep SNP markers below M269 (=R1b1c*). Of course P66+, M65+ and M37+ volunteers are welcome, too.          
  The foregoing message was followed by several discussing whether this new SNP, aka S116, would help define the ht35/ht15 divide, and where the split   /|\      
  in the haplotree might occur.  Search the Genealogy DNA list archives for ht15/ht35 and separately for S116 or rs34276300.  Subsequently, additional SNPs…            
  eg.,  rs9785659 [S128] > R1b1b2a, or rs9786076, or rs9786283 have been identified, further restructuring Haplogroup R:              
  Search the Rootsweb Genealogy DNA List: https://lists.rootsweb.com/hyperkitty/cgi-bin/search          
  See ISOGG Version of Haplogroup R Chart              
         
  Note 8: The following is quoted from the Legacy ht35 DNA Project background description:  See: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/ht35new   /|\      
   "Two particular TaqI 49a,f haplotypes have been found to be associated with what we now know to be haplogroup R1b1b2. The two haplotypes are ht15 and ht35.        
  ht15 is most commonly found in western European R1b1c [Ed Note, sb "R1b1b"], and most likely represents a mesolithic or neolithic population expansion in western Europe.        
  ht35, the parent haplotype of ht25 [sic,sb "ht15"?], is most commonly found in southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia. It most likely represents a post-glacial         
  expansion in the Near East. Elevated levels of ht35 have also been observed among Ashkenzi and Sephardic Jewish populations.        
  Recently, several SNPs have been discovered that are believed to effectively demarcate ht15 from ht35. These include rs9786076 (aka S127 or L11),        
   rs9785659 (aka P311), rs9786283 (aka P310), and rs34276300 (aka P312). We believe that all ht35 will be negative for both rs3427630/P312 and U106/S21." Oct,2008        
         
  Note 9:   DNA TRIBES note:   From: http://dnatribes.com/sample-results/dnatribes-global-survey-regional-affinities.pdf         <==== SEE NOTES  re DNA Tribes       <====   SEE NOTES  re DNA Tribes      
  DNA Tribes offers a genetic ancestry analysis that measures the connections of an   /|\      
  autosomal STR DNA profile of an individual to nineteen world regions….     /|\ /|\ /|\  
  Each world region is a characterized by a distinctive pattern of allele frequencies          
  across the STR loci studied….   /|\      
  A high degree of regional substructure is observed in world populations. However,          
  with the exception of a few extremely isolated populations, most areas of the world are          
  characterized by the intersection of more than one genetic group.   /|\      
             
  See:  A description of the DNA Tribes  Global Population Database            
      /|\ /|\ /|\  
  Native Population Match: These results are ... Top 20 matches in a database of … native          
   populations  that have experienced minimal movement and admixture in modern history          
  (roughly, the last 500 years). Individual matches do not necessary indicate recent social or          
  cultural affiliation with a particular ethnicity. Instead, the geographical distribution of [ones]          
  Native Population Match results indicates [ones] most likely deep ancestral origins.   /|\      
               
  From sample reports:  Interpretation of Native and Global Population Match Results: Native and Global          
  Population Match results can be interpreted in terms of their likelihood (MLI) scores and     /|\ /|\ /|\ /|\  
  geographical patterns. Each Native and Global Population Match is listed with a Match            
  Likelihood Index (MLI) score that indicates your odds of belonging to that population relative          
  to your odds of belonging to a generic human population…   /|\      
  Higher scores indicate your genetic profile is strongly represented in a population, while lower          
  scores indicate marginal representation in a population."          
             
  Charted below, one will find extracts from individual DNA Tribes reports indicating the top three of twenty          
  reported MLI's for the individual's Native Population Matches.   These top three MLI's do not necessarily   /|\ /|\ /|\ /|\  
  indicate a likelihood that the individual's heritage is sourced from the corresponding Global Population ever,           
  or at any time in the previous five hundred years at a minimum.          
  Examination of the   regional affinities charts  may provide insight into the extent to which a given Native Population /|\ /|\ /|\ /|\  
  comprises a proportion of a given Global Population, and further the extent to which members of what may be a          
  minority population with in the greater region may also be represented in other regional populations; eg.,      /|\    
  this MAY be an indicator of migration patterns from an original source "homeland" or "native population".   /|\   /|\ /|\  
               
         
  Table of Results for DYS 393=12 - R1b  SNP Summary:                                   /|\ /|\                      
  See Chart Above : Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades       See ISOGG Version of Haplogroup R Chart           SEE NOTES  re testing of DYF385 & DYF411 for ht35        
  For some DYS393=12 STR Results, See:    =====> http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~donegalstrongs/border_families.htm             /|\                    
  However, it is now apparent that not all DYS393=12 participants are ht35.   Some will be ht15, and will be associated with various  R sub-haplogroups.                                   
  KEY:   Haplogroups ---> 2006 version: CR   K L M N O P Q R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c     R1b R1b1 R1b1a   R1b1b R1b1c     R1b1c9 R1b1c9a R1b1c9b   R1b1c* R1b1c1 R1b1c2 R1b1c4 R1b1c6 R1b1c7 R1b1c8 R1b1c10 R1b1c3 R1b1c5   R1b1d R1b1c10*? R1b1c10*? R1b1c10*? R2 2006 version: SEE NOTE ABOVE re DYF399S1  & DNA-Fingerprint.com The DYS464X (Extended) Test
    Haplogroups ---> 2008 earlier version:                   R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c R1a1d R1a1e R1b R1b1 R1b1a R1b1b R1b1b1 R1b1b2 R1b1b2g R1b1b2g1 R1b1b2g2 R1b1b2a R1b1b2b R1b1b2c R1b1b2d R1b1b2e R1b1b2f R1b1b2h R1b1b2h1 R1b1b2h2   R1b1c       R2 2008 earlier version:            
    Haplogroups ---> 2008, Oct revised ver:   R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c R1a1d R1a1e R1b R1b1 R1b1a R1b1b R1b1b1 R1b1b2* R1b1b2a* R1b1b2a1 R1b1b2a1a R1b1b2a1a1 R1b1b2a1a2 R1b1b2a1a3 R1b1b2a1b* R1b1b2a1b1 R1b1b2a1b2 R1b1b2a1b3 R1b1b2a1b4 R1b1b2a1b5 R1b1b2a1b6 R1b1b2a1b7 R1b1b2a1b7a R1b1b2a1b7b R1b1b2a1b7c R1b1c 2008, Oct revised ver:            
  Surname: Project: Old 2006 Haplogroup: New 2008 Haplogroup: Blood Group Y-search ID DNA Tribes DNA Print Report SNP's  '----------> M M M         M   M M SRY  M M M M     M P M   M M rs9785659 rs9786283 S S6 S   rs34276300  M M M M M P S M M   M S S8 S M   3 3   DYF385 DYF411 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 link  
  Tested By:         FTDNA     1 8 0   4   2 1 1 1 5 1 8   3 2 1   7 2   2 2 2     3 6 1 1 2 6 2 1 1   3 4 4 5 1   8 8   9 9 9 6 6 6 6  
  Backgrnd Color Code:   Eth.Anc.     6 9 9   5   0 7 0 9 6 5 7   4 5 8   3 6   1 6 9     7 5 5 6 2 6 8 2 6   3 4 8 0 2   5 5   9 9 9 4 4 4 4  
    DNA Her.     8 7 3 8 8   7   3   9 aka S128 &/or P311  aka S129 &/or P310 --------   --------   aka S116 &/or P312    3 7 2   -------- 6 0   5   4   a b   S S S a b c d  
    DNA-F     -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- --------------   3 --------------     U106 U198 P107 L1   U152   L2       /|\ /|\ 1 1 1  
    no results     M168+ M89+ M09+ M20+ M4+ LLY22g+ M175+ M45+ P36+   1.2 M17   P98 PK5   P297   M269   [Private]     [Private]   [Private]       a b c  
  See notes:  regional affiliation proportions: DNA Tribes DNA Tribes DNA Print Report   C C 2bp 2bp C /|\ C A T C G 4bp A T   d d   d d d d d d d d  
  Note also: autosomal STR's are NOT reported here.           A A IN DE T   T T A T A DE C C          
    See Charts Above : Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades           /|\               See:    
    Haplogroups ---> 2006 version: CR   K L M N O P Q R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c     R1b R1b1 R1b1a   R1b1b R1b1c     R1b1c9 R1b1c9a R1b1c9b   R1b1c* R1b1c1 R1b1c2 R1b1c4 R1b1c6 R1b1c7 R1b1c8 R1b1c10 R1b1c3 R1b1c5   R1b1d R1b1c10*? R1b1c10*? R1b1c10*? R2 2006 version: DYF385 DYF411          
    Haplogroups ---> 2008 earlier version:                   R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c R1a1d R1a1e R1b R1b1 R1b1a R1b1b R1b1b1 R1b1b2     R1b1b2g R1b1b2g1 R1b1b2g2   R1b1b2a1b R1b1b2a R1b1b2b R1b1b2c R1b1b2d R1b1b2e R1b1b2f R1b1b2h R1b1b2h1 R1b1b2h2   R1b1c       R2 2008 earlier version:            
    Haplogroups ---> 2008, Oct revised ver:   R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c R1a1d R1a1e R1b R1b1 R1b1a R1b1b R1b1b1 R1b1b2* R1b1b2a* R1b1b2a1 R1b1b2a1a R1b1b2a1a1 R1b1b2a1a2 R1b1b2a1a3 R1b1b2a1b* R1b1b2a1b1 R1b1b2a1b2 R1b1b2a1b3 R1b1b2a1b4 R1b1b2a1b5 R1b1b2a1b6 R1b1b2a1b7 R1b1b2a1b7a R1b1b2a1b7b R1b1b2a1b7c R1b1c 2008, Oct revised ver:            
    SNP's  '----------> M168+ M89+ M09+ M20+ M4+ LLY22g+ M175+ M45+ P36+ M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+/--- M198+/- M56+/-- M157+/-- M87+/-- P98+/-- PK5+/-- M343+/-- P25+/-- M18+/--  P297+/-- M73+/-- M269+/--   S21+/- S26+/- S29+/- P312/S116 +/-- M37+/-- M65+/-- M153+/-- SRY2627+/-- M222+/-- P66+/- S28+/- M126+/-- M160+/-- L2+/-- M335+/- S44+/- S48+/- S50+/- M124+/-           SEE NOTE ABOVE re DYF399S1  & DNA-Fingerprint.com The DYS464X (Extended) Test  
  Surnames [alphaorder] Project: Old 2006 Haplogroup: New 2008 Haplogroup: Blood Group Y-search ID                             SEE NOTE ABOVE                                                                     Surnames [alphaorder]                  
  See, for DYS393=12 STR Results:       Native Pop. MLI's                                 --->           rs34276300      <--       rs,etc +   <--                 /|\ /|\          
  Armstrong Armstrong R1b1c R1b1b2   A6ZHK   Test Results ---> M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+                 M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126-             Armstrong              
  Bennett     R1b1b2*   NBPZG       M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+     U106-       P312/S116 -- M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-   U152-               Bennett              
  Bligh Border Reivers R1b1 R1b1   DWM8P                         P25+                           M153-                       Bligh              
  Crockett   R1b1c     6Y7ZU     M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+                 M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126- M160-             Crockett              
  Dilks Border Reivers R1b1c R1b1b2*   YNWV9     M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-       M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-   U152- M126- M160-             Dilks            
  Eckersley Border Reivers R1b1c* R1b1b2a1b   3QQDV Strathclyde  ~19.9                       M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Eckersley       10,11   22.0 24.0 24.1 15c 15c 17g 17g        
  Some regional affiliation proportions: Strathclyde=>Eastern European 4.2       Dundee, SCT  ~10.8                                                                           Some regional affiliation proportions:              
            Syrian   ~9.9                                                                                                                              
  Elliott Border Reivers R1b1c* R1b1b2*   XQR3K Northern Ireland ~34.7 DNA Print Report     M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Elliott       11,11 Not Tested      
  Some regional affiliation proportions:       Northern Greek  ~26.2 European : 89%                             /|\                       Some regional affiliation proportions:                
  Strathclyde=>Eastern European 4.2       Strathclyde  ~20.6 East Asian : 11%                                                                                                                          
  Elliott II   R1b1c*       Iranian    ~43.5                                                                             Elliott II /|\ /|\      
  Some regional affiliation proportions: Iran=>Eastern European 7.4; Northeast Asian 2.9   Albanian ~37.9                                                         Some regional affiliation proportions:          
            Umbrian, Italy ~27.7                                                                                                                              
  Hall Border Reivers R1b1c     GWSBV     M207+ M173+      M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Hall        
  James Border Reivers R1b1c     H4VUZ     M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+ M198- M56- M157- M87--     M343+ P25+ M269+                             M124- James        
  Kenny Border Reivers R1b1c R1b1b2a1b B+ Y34QR Netherlands  ~36.2                       M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+ M198- M56- M157- M87--     M343+ P25+       M269+     S21-  S26-  S29-    P312/S116 + M37-   M153- SRY2627- M222-   S28-  M126- M160-           M124- Kenny                                
  Some regional affiliation proportions: Portugal=>Eastern European 10.0       Flemish  ~14.5                               /|\                             Some regional affiliation proportions:                                
            Portugese  ~9.2                                                                                                                              
  Logan Border Reivers R1b1c                                                                                
  Mainenti   R1b1b  R1b1b1    7MARF                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+     M73+           /|\                             Mainenti                                
  O'Connor   R1b1c     MPZR9                         M207+ M173+      M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+                 M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126-             O'Connor              
  Plunkett   R1b1c     NVB6U                         M207+ M173+    M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Plunkett       /|\ /|\      
  Probasco Probasco #14386 R1b1c*                               M207+ M173+    M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+                 M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126-             Probasco              
  Robbins Robbins #35619 R1b1c     8MQ2Y                       M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+                                                   Robbins              
  Roberts   R1b1c   O 2AD23                       M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+         /|\                             Roberts              
  Robinson Robinson #16910 R1b1c     2C4BV                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+                                           Robinson              
  Roitman   R1b1c     8EXHY                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+                                           Roitman              
  Scheer   R1b1c     HZZ3E                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+     S21-          M37- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126- M160-             Scheer       /|\ /|\                      
  Strong Donegal Bay R1b1c* R1b1b2* B+ QQUFE Estonia ~5.1                       M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 -- M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Strong       10,10 11,11 22.0t 23.0c 25.1t 14c 15c 17c 18g        
  Some regional affiliation proportions: Note: subject exhibits rather low MLI for all native populations. variousE.Asians~5to3.1                                             /|\                               Some regional affiliation proportions:                
May indicate wide ranging migration from an unknown source pop. Lodz, Poland 2.9                                                                                                                                
  Strong Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2*   6643     M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+                 /|\                             Strong        
  Walker Walker #24567 R1b1c     NYT8Z                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+                                           Walker        
  Wahl Genie-DNA R1b1c*     ANSRV See archive:                                                   M269+     U106-       P312/S116 --                             Wahl        
  West West W08 R1b1c     PUDWJ                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+   S21-  S26-    /|\       SRY2627- M222-   S28-                West       /|\ /|\ 21.0 25.1 26.0 14c 15c 16c 18g        
                                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                              /|\ /|\  
  Table of Results for DYS 393=13 - R1b  SNP Summary:                                   /|\ /|\                      
  It is now apparent that not all DYS393=13 participants are ht15.   Some will be ht35, and may be associated with various  R sub-haplogroups.                     
        See Chart Above : Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades   /|\ /|\ /|\  
      Haplogroups ---> 2006 version: CR   K L M N O P Q R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c     R1b R1b1 R1b1a   R1b1b R1b1c     R1b1c9 R1b1c9a R1b1c9b   R1b1c* R1b1c1 R1b1c2 R1b1c4 R1b1c6 R1b1c7 R1b1c8 R1b1c10 R1b1c3 R1b1c5   R1b1d R1b1c10*? R1b1c10*? R1b1c10*? R2 2006 version:         See:    
  Surnames [alphaorder]   Old 2006 Haplogroup: New 2008 Haplogroup:     Haplogroups ---> 2008 earlier version:                   R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c R1a1d R1a1e R1b R1b1 R1b1a R1b1b R1b1b1 R1b1b2     R1b1b2g R1b1b2g1 R1b1b2g2   R1b1b2a1b R1b1b2a R1b1b2b R1b1b2c R1b1b2d R1b1b2e R1b1b2f R1b1b2h R1b1b2h1 R1b1b2h2   R1b1c       R2 2008 version:            
    [Early &or Oct]   Haplogroups ---> 2008, Oct revised ver:   R   R1 R1a R1a1 R1a1a R1a1b R1a1c R1a1d R1a1e R1b R1b1 R1b1a R1b1b R1b1b1 R1b1b2* R1b1b2a* R1b1b2a1 R1b1b2a1a R1b1b2a1a1 R1b1b2a1a2 R1b1b2a1a3 R1b1b2a1b* R1b1b2a1b1 R1b1b2a1b2 R1b1b2a1b3 R1b1b2a1b4 R1b1b2a1b5 R1b1b2a1b6 R1b1b2a1b7 R1b1b2a1b7a R1b1b2a1b7b R1b1b2a1b7c R1b1c 2008, Oct revised ver:            
  DYS393=13 Participants:                                                     --->           rs34276300      <--       rs,etc +   <--         SURNAME   /|\ /|\      
  Alexander Genie-DNA   R1b1b2   SQV7S DON Test Results --->                     M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Alexander          
  Armstrong Armstrong R1b1c* R1b1b2   G8EMS                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Armstrong          
  Armstrong Armstrong   R1b1b2a2*   RRZ53                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Armstrong          
  Armstrong Armstrong   R1b1b2a1b   2QNF6                                                                 P312+ M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152-                            
  Barron Donegal Bay   R1b1b2                                                                       /|\                                          
  Bennett Strong R1b1c R1b1b2   BVMJR                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Bennett          
  Beaugrand Genie-DNA   R1b1b2h   XZ497                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152+ M126- M160-             Beaugrand        
  Bonner Donegal Bay R1b1c7 R1b1b2e   7985T                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+             /|\ M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222+ P66-   M126- M160-             Bonner          
  Carr Border Reivers R1b1     9AFQB                                                               P312/S116 +                               Carr          
  Crawford  Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   JVG9P                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Crawford           
  Daugherty Donegal Bay   R1b1b2e                                                                                    
  DeHart Genie-DNA   R1b1b2   RQPGK             M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+ M343+ P25+               S116 +     M153-         M126-             M124- DeHart        
  Devitt Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   M4EKF                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Devitt          
  Draghici Genie-DNA   R1b1b2g   CRTJ5                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106+ U198- P107-   P312/S116 -- M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Draghici        
  Elliott Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   2F47W                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Elliott          
  Elliott Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   662BF                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Elliott          
  Elliott Border Reivers R1b1c     DNRYW                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     ordered ordered ordered     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- ordered M126- M160-             Elliott          
  Ellwood Border Reivers R1b1c     HYQRX                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     ordered ordered ordered     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- ordered M126- M160-             Ellwood          
  Erwin Border Reivers R1b1c*     DS67G                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Erwin        
  Gibson Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   8MSVF                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-             Gibson          
  Glass Genie-DNA   R1b1b2g   TRYKD                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106+ U198- P107-   P312/S116 -- M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-         Glass        
  Graham Border Reivers R1b1c9     u7wqa See 8FPR4                       M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106+ U198- P107-   /|\ M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-             Graham          
  Griffith Donegal Bay R1b1 R1b1   N26080                                             P25+                                 Griffith          
  Grimes Border Reivers R1b1c     95390                                                                         Grimes   ordered ordered ordered ordered ordered  
  Harron Donegal Bay R1b1c7 R1b1b2e   ZD898                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222+ P66-   M126- M160-         Harron          
  Hart Genie-DNA   R1b1b2g*   7FZUQ                                                           U106+       P312/S116 --                         Hart        
  Henderson Border Reivers R1b1c     6DTNC                         M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+ M198- M56- M157- M87--     M343+ P25+       /|\                 M124- Henderson          
  Heron  Border Reivers R1b1c     ZGFUS                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+                 M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126- M160-       Heron           
  Johnson Border Reivers R1b1c*     QFCMN                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Johnson          
  Johnson Border Reivers   R1b1b2a1b   9SFF8                                                         U106-     P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152-     Johnson          
  Johnston Border Reivers   R1b1b2e   WU5GQ                                                                             M222+               Johnston          
  Kerr Border Reivers R1b1c*     uk359                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Kerr          
  Keys Donegal Bay R1b1c9 R1b1b2g   RPQKW                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106+ U198- P107-   /|\ M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Keys          
  Killpatrick Donegal Bay R1b1c7 R1b1b2e   29CQR                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222+ P66-   M126- M160-       Killpatrick          
  Langley Genie-DNA   R1b1b2   MYC6B                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Langley          
  McCallum Border Reivers R1b1c     QAEY9                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+                 M65- M153- SRY2627- M222-     M126-         McCallum          
  McCullough Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   4D3YE                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-       McCullough          
  McGuire Donegal Bay R1b1c* R1b1b2   ECD9N                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       McGuire          
  McKee Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   4YP7G                         M207+ M173+                    M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-       McKee          
  Minto Border Reivers R1b1c     CEYEG                         M207+ M173+                    M18-    M73- M269+     ordered ordered ordered     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- ordered M126- M160-       Minto          
  Mitchell Genie-DNA   R1b1b2   G3ERH                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Mitchell          
  Patterson Donegal Bay R1b1     7QD67                                           M343+ P25+                                               Patterson          
  Plummer  Genie-DNA   R1b1b2   A2RB3                         M207+ M173+    M198- M56- M157- M87--     M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Plummer           
  Porter Border Reivers R1b1c*     F4U4K                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Porter          
  Quinn Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   3KGTF                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+       M269+       /|\                   Quinn          
  Rogers Genie-DNA   R1b1b2   2KECY                                                       Rogers        
  Salkeld Border Reivers R1b1c     GBWJC                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     ordered ordered ordered     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- ordered M126- M160-       Salkeld          
  Shannon Donegal Bay R1b1c R1b1b2   SUAMD                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     ordered ordered ordered     M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- ordered M126- M160-       Shannon          
  Stevens Border Reivers R1b1c*     HTNQV                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+     U106- U198- P107-   P312/S116 + M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66- U152- M126- M160-       Stevens          
  Strong Strong R1b1c     7JA6X                         M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+ M198- M56- M157- M87--     M343+ P25+       M269+                                       Strong          
  Strong Strong R1b1 R1b1   2DV8A                         M207+ M173+            M343+ P25+       M269+                                       Strong          
  Strong Strong R1b1c R1b1b2   NH85J                         M207+ M173+                M343+ P25+ M18-    M73- M269+               M37-- M65- M153- SRY2627- M222- P66-   M126- M160-       Strong          
  Strong Strong R1b1c R1b1b2   3G34H                         M207+ M173+  SRY10831.2+ M198- M56- M157- M87--     M343+ P25+       M269+         /|\                       M124- Strong          
  Tagert Genie-DNA   R1b1   MABKF