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this is from 23andme - Maybe in Aug 2014 I will get the information back from FTDNA

his lab looks at several components of your DNA and crafts a unique melody based on your genotype.

  My DNA-Guitar.m4a

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 My DNA - Sitar.m4a

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ncestry Composition tells you what percent of your DNA comes from each of 31 populations worldwide.

The analysis includes DNA you received from all of your ancestors, on both sides of your family.

The results reflect where your ancestors lived 500 years ago, before ocean-crossing ships and airplanes came on the scene.

98.4% European Northern European

8.8% British & Irish

8.8% French & German

0.5% Scandinavian

62.1% Nonspecific Northern European

0.1% Sardinian

18.0% Nonspecific European

0.6% East Asian & Native American

Certificate - Y-DNA      updated Certificate Y DNA 37 markers

 

 

 

 

 

Understanding your Y-DNA25 results

Genetic Distance Name Most Distant Ancestor Y-DNA Haplogroup Terminal SNP Match Date
0 J. B. Salts
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  
Jesse Salts, b.~1804 R-M269   7/18/2014
0 Robert Marvin Saults
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  FF
Isaac William Salts b. 1822 R-M269   7/18/2014
0 Lawrence A. Wettach
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  
  R-M269   7/18/2014
0 Glen Solt
emailFTDNA Tip note GEDCOM Viewer Y-DNA37  FF
Hanse Casper Soltz, b. 1657, Germany R-CTS9219 CTS9219 7/18/2014
1 William Horrom Salts
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  FF
John Salts b. 1802 TN R-M269   7/18/2014
1 Mr. Robert R. Saults Jr.
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  FF
Henry Salts R-M269 M269 7/18/2014
2 Mr. Daniel Solt
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA25  
Henrich SOLT b circa 1699 R-M269   7/18/2014
2 William Elliott Saultz
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  
Jesse Salts b.~1804 R-M269   7/18/2014

 

37 MARKERS - 7 MATCHES
Genetic Distance Name Most Distant Ancestor Y-DNA Haplogroup Terminal SNP Match Date
1 Glen Solt
emailFTDNA Tip note GEDCOM Viewer Y-DNA37  FF
Hanse Casper Soltz, b. 1657, Germany R-CTS9219 CTS9219 8/8/2014
2 J. B. Salts
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  
Jesse Salts, b.~1804 R-M269   8/8/2014
2 Robert Marvin Saults
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  FF
Isaac William Salts b. 1822 R-M269   8/8/2014
3 Mr. Robert R. Saults Jr.
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  FF
Henry Salts R-M269 M269 8/8/2014
3 Lawrence A. Wettach
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  
  R-M269   8/8/2014
3 William Horrom Salts
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  FF
John Salts b. 1802 TN R-M269   8/8/2014
4 William Elliott Saultz
emailFTDNA Tip note Y-DNA37  
Jesse Salts b.~1804 R-M269   8/8/2014

25 Marker

EXACT MATCH
Haplogroup Country Comment Count
R-CTS9219 Germany - 1

 

GENETIC DISTANCE - 1
Haplogroup Country Comment Count
R-M269 Unknown Origin - 1

 

37 Marker

GENETIC DISTANCE - 1
Haplogroup Country Comment Count
R-CTS9219 Germany - 1
GENETIC DISTANCE - 3
Haplogroup Country Comment Count
R-M269 Unknown Origin - 1

 

PANEL 1 (1-12)
Marker DYS393 DYS390 DYS19** DYS391 DYS385 DYS426 DYS388 DYS439 DYS389I DYS392 DYS389II***
Value 12 24 14 11 11-13 12 12 13 12 13 28
PANEL 2 (13-25)
Marker DYS458 DYS459 DYS455 DYS454 DYS447 DYS437 DYS448 DYS449 DYS464
Value 16 9-10 11 11 24 14 19 30 14-14-17-17
PANEL 3 (26-37)

 
Marker DYS460 Y-GATA-H4 YCAII DYS456 DYS607 DYS576 DYS570 CDY DYS442 DYS438
Value 11 11 19-23 15 15 19 18 35-36 12 12

 

 

Maternal haplogroups are families of mitochondrial DNA types that all trace back to a single mutation at a specific place and time.

By looking at the geographic distribution of mtDNA types, we learn how our ancient female ancestors migrated throughout the world.

         Haplogroup: H, a subgroup of R0

         Age: more than 40,000 years

         Region: Europe, Near East, Central Asia

         Example Populations: Basques, Scandinavians

         Highlight: Mitochondrial DNA extracted from the remains of St. Luke belonged to haplogroup H.

H originated in the Near East and then expanded after the peak of the Ice Age into Europe, where it is the most prevalent haplogroup today.

It is present in about half of the Scandinavian population and is also common along the continent's Atlantic coast

Paternal haplogroups are families of Y chromosomes that all trace back to a single mutation at a specific place and time.

By looking at the geographic distribution of these related lineages, we learn how our ancient male ancestors migrated throughout the world

HHaplogroup: R1b1b2, a subgroup of R1b1

         Age: 17,000 years

         Region: Europe

         Example Populations: Irish, Basques, British, French

         Highlight: R1b1b2 is the most common haplogroup in western Europe, with distinct branches in specific regions.

 

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