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  • Lokris Åsebø (bef.1620 - aft.1660)
    Koppskatten 1645:
  • Gudbjørg Monsdatter Gjerviken (c.1696 - 1766)
    Belonged to the mtDNA Haplogroup H1c1.
  • Sarah 'Sallie' Fogle (1767 - 1802)
    Sarah Hammett Fogle was killed by her husband Adam Fogle in 1802. He was charged with her murder and convicted of voluntary manslaughter. He served two years in a state penitentiary and committed suici...
  • Gunhild Olsdatter Molvær (1755 - 1848)
    Gunnhild Olsdotter Molvær, ukjent opphav, gift på Molvær, Sula.
  • Mary Finley (c.1814 - d.)
    MFB has DNA matches with the following families: Tow, Manning, Campbell, Robertson, Robinson, Copeland, Holland, FitzRandolf. Out of hundreds of matches pertaining to my maternal grandmother’s side, th...

For people who have tested and are assigned the maternal haplogroup H1 or who are believed to have had that maternal haplogroup based on descendants tested.

Defining Mutations

  • Coding mutation 3010

Origin

In his popular book The Seven Daughters of Eve, Bryan Sykes named the originator of this mtDNA haplogroup Helena.

Distribution

Subhaplogroup H1 encompasses an important fraction of Western European mtDNA, reaching its local peak among Basques (27.8%) and being also very important among other Iberians, North Africans and Sardinians.

It is above 10% in many other parts of Europe (France, British Isles, Alps, large portions of Eastern Europe) and above 5% in nearly all the continent. Its subclade H1b is most common in Eastern Europe and NW Siberia. The highest frequency of H1 found so far in the world (61%) were observed in the Tuareg of the Fezzan region in Libya.

H1 has many subclades with different distribution.

Subclades of H

There are currently almost 40 defined subclades of H. For the defining SNPs see Phylotree.org

Famous Members

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How to Participate

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To participate in this project, join or follow the project, add your oldest known ancestor who belonged to this haplogroup. The profile must be set public in order to add it.

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For people who have tested and are assigned the maternal haplogroup H1 or who are believed to have had that maternal haplogroup based on descendants tested.

Defining Mutations

  • Coding mutation 3010

Origin

In his popular book The Seven Daughters of Eve, Bryan Sykes named the originator of this mtDNA haplogroup Helena.

Distribution

Subhaplogroup H1 encompasses an important fraction of Western European mtDNA, reaching its local peak among Basques (27.8%) and being also very important among other Iberians, North Africans and Sardinians.

It is above 10% in many other parts of Europe (France, British Isles, Alps, large portions of Eastern Europe) and above 5% in nearly all the continent. Its subclade H1b is most common in Eastern Europe and NW Siberia. The highest frequency of H1 found so far in the world (61%) were observed in the Tuareg of the Fezzan region in Libya.

H1 has many subclades with different distribution.

Subclades of H

There are currently almost 40 defined subclades of H. For the defining SNPs see Phylotree.org

Famous Members

  • (to be added)

How to Participate

Geni Wiki Projects Page

To participate in this project, join or follow the project, add your oldest known ancestor who belonged to this haplogroup. The profile must be set public in order to add it.

Resources