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Dedicated to descendants of H mtDNA haplogroup.

The earliest ancestor

Medieval Czech Slav - 750 AD (sample ID - Rise568); Ancient Ethnicity: Early Slav; Closest Modern Ethnicity: Russian Smolensk.

Subclades of H haplogroup

'H1, H2, H3, H4, H5'36, H6, 'H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H12, H13, H14, H15, H16, H18, H19, H20, H22, H23, H24, H25, H26, H28, H29, H31, H32, H33, H34, H35, H37, H38, H39

H1 mtDNA origins path

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H1 mtDNA Ancient Samples

  1. Bell Beaker Germany - 2250BC (sample I0806) - male
  2. Iron Age Chemin de Coupetz Marne France - 250BC (sample I19356) - male
  3. Viking Age Gotland Frojel Sweden - 975 AD (sample VK 438) - male
  4. Viking Age Gottland Frojel Sweden - 975AD (sample VK464) - female
  5. Medieval North Macedonia Tumba S Optticari Bitola - 1065AD (sample I2530) - female

H1-d4a mtDNA Ancient Samples

  1. Izjaslav Ingvarevych, Prince of Dorogobuzh, Rurik Dynasty - 1223 AD

H1a mtDNA Ancient Samples

  1. Late Bronze Age Estonia - 610BC (sample V10) - male
  2. Viking Age Gotland Kopparsvik, Sweden (975 AD) - sample VK475

H1af mtDNA origins path

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H1af mtDNA Ancient Samples

  1. Medieval Czech Brandysek - 710 AD (sample Rise569) - female
  2. Colonial Delaware Avery Rest - 1680 AD - female

H1af2 mtDNA origins path

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Royal members with H1af2 mtDNA

  1. Catherine II (The Great) Sophia Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst, Empress of Russia (2 May 1729-17 November 1796)
  2. Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (24 May 1819-22 January 1901)
  3. Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse) (1872-17 July 1918), wife of Nicolas II, Emperor of Russia (6 May 1868-17 July 1918)

H3 mtDNA origins path

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H3 mtDNA Ancient Samples

  1. Viking boat Burial Iceland (VDP-A5)
  2. Bronze Age Vlineves - 1500BC (VLI046)
  3. Iron Age Slovenia - 500BC (I5698) - female
  4. Celtic Hungary Gyor-Moson-Sopron - 250BC (I18839) - female
  5. Alemanic Bavaria (STR316) - 495D
  6. Late-Roman Era Montefrio Granada - 500AD (I3581) - female
  7. Spaniard Cordoba Caliphate - 1050AD (I12515) - male
  8. Giron Sant Julia de Ramis - 1060AD (I10851) - female
  9. St Mary's Spital Medieval London - 1250AD (LM92)

Royal members with H3 mtDNA

  1. Peter II Alekseevich Romanov (23 October 1715 – 30 January 1730)
  2. Charlotte Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel 28 August 1694 – 2 November 1715)