Genealogy Projects on the Geni Family Tree

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  • R-CTS3777 (Y-DNA)

    CTS3777 is a subclade of L-47, which is a subclade of U-106, which is a subclade of R1b (with many intervening subclades). The L48 project is a superclade of this one. The ISOGG 2016 haplotree assigns CTS3777 the notation R1b1a1a2a1a1c2b1b4. This name is given for all of S3251.2, CTS3777/S6932, CTS11549/S3894, S6924, S18461 - ISOGG has not recognized any test that differentiates between these...

  • A1a (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J2a4d (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J2a (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • I-M253 (Y-DNA)

    I-M253 (Y-DNA) Possible time of origin 3,170–5,070 BP (previously 11,000 BP to 33,000 BP) Possible place of origin Northern Europe Ancestor I* (M170) Descendants I1a (DF29/S438); I1b (S249/Z131); I1c (Y18119/Z17925) Defining mutations M253, M307.2/P203.2, M450/S109, P30, P40, L64, L75, L80, L81, L118, L121/S62, L123, L124/S64, L125/S65, L157.1, L186, L187 Wikipedia Eupedia

  • R1b1a2a1a1b4f (Y-DNA)

    This is an example of the old ISOGG notation, which has been abandoned by most, because it is unstable - it changes whenever new subclades are discovered somewhere in the chain. According to the ISOGG 2016 haplotree , this notation stops making sense at R1b1a2a (M18). According to the ISOGG 2014 haplotree , this notation stops making sense at R1b1a2a1a1b (Z19, S493/YSC0000053/Z18), there ...

  • J2b2 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J1 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J2a4 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J2a1 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J-L823 (Y-DNA)

    J1-L147.1 is the main Arabic cluster as well as the Cohanim haplotype (YCAII=22-22) among Jews. Within this cluster, J1-L823 corresponds to DYS452=30.

  • J2a3 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • R-Z29460 (Y-DNA)

    R-Z29460 Y-Haplogroup R-P312/S116 > Z40481 > ZZ11 > U152/S28 > Z193 > Z192 > 16061325-GAGAC-G > PF6652 > Z29456 > Z29460 R-Z29460 - R-Z192 --> R-PF6652 --> R-Z29460 yfull.com - R-Z29456 - R-PF6652 - R-16061325-GAGAC-G - R-Z192 - R-Z193 - R-U152/S28 - R-ZZ11 - R-Z40481 - R-P312/S116 -

  • Q-L245 (Y-DNA)

    Clarification of Y-DNA Haplogroup Q1b Phylogenetic Structure Based on Y-Chromosome Full Sequencing Gurianov et al., 2015 Abstract The recent growth of the Y-chromosome full sequencing data sets made it possible to arrange a full-scale update of Q1b haplogroup phylogenetic structure (Q-L275). The article contains a detailed description of Q-Y2200 and Q-YP745 branches as well as a number ...

  • J2a4b (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J2a4h2 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • J1c3d (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • I-Y7232 (Y-DNA)

    Background I-Y7232 is a defining SNP of the I-Y7231 subclade of the I1 Y-DNA haplogroup. It is estimated that the I-Y7231 subclade formed approximately 3300 years ago and that the most recent common ancestor lived approximately 2600 years ago. It is very likely that I-Y72332 originated in Scandinavia. Associated Surnames Abner (U.S.A.) Abney (England) Corley (England) Cothern (Eng...

  • J2a4b1 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • A-M202 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • I-L621 (Y-DNA)

    Haplogroup I2 is the most common paternal lineage in former Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria and Sardinia, and a major lineage in most Slavic countries. Its maximum frequencies are observed in Bosnia (55%, including 71% in Bosnian Croats), Sardinia (39.5%), Croatia (38%), Serbia (33%), Montenegro (31%), Romania (28%), Moldova (24%), Macedonia (24%), Slovenia (22%), Bulgaria (22%), Belarus (18.5%),...

  • R-YP1337 (Y-DNA)

    YFull’s haplotree shows that the rare YP1337 lineage diverged from its brother (the more common R-YP256) about 2500 years ago; but R-YP1337 began to expand only 1750 years ago, so for 750 years it was barely surviving. However, at that point (1750 years ago), it suddenly expanded across Central-Eastern Europe, from Hungary to Lithuania and from the Czech Republic to Russia. The early YP1337 m...

  • A1b1 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • Q-L56 (Y-DNA)

    Q1a2 Parent Branch: Q => Q-M242 => Q-L232 => Q-L472 =>Q-M346/ Q-L56 Info Haplogroup Q-M346 is a subclade of Y-DNA Haplogroup Q. Haplogroup Q-M346 is defined by the presence of the M346 Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP). Origin and distribution Q-M346 was discovered in Central Asia and announced in Sengupta 2006.[2] A latter paper suggested that its ancestral state was isolated to...

  • R-U152 (Y-DNA)

    Tree R-M269 (R1b1a2): R-P312 (R1b1a2a1a1b): R-U152 (R1b1b2a1b4) : R-L2 (R1b1a2a1a1b3c): R-BY3483 R-DF103 R-Z49 R-Z367 : R-L20 (R1b1a2a1a1b3c1) R-Z34 R-L4 (R1b1a2a1a1b3d) R-Z36 R-Z56

  • J2 (Y-DNA)

    This project is about a Y-haplogroup, which defines a group of men by a shared set of inherited features in the DNA of their Y-chromosome. This implies they have a patrilineal ancestor in common, because only males carry a Y-chromosome, which they inherit from their father. The major Y-haplogroups were formed thousands of years ago, and therefore each group can today include thousands to millio...

  • E-Z16988 (Y-DNA)

    My path to this point came via two different project managers: Gail Riddell, project Admin for the "Page" group. SNP pathway = E-V13> CTS8814> CTS5856> Z5017> Z5016> SK888> CTS9320> Z16988 David Farrel, co-admin for EIJ/Norman project. SNP pathway = E-L117> V13> Z5017> Z16988

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