Sinclair DNA - DYS390=25 Lineage
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This group was one
of the strange and fascinating
discoveries of 2008. According to Heyer, this haplotype has an unusual
pattern. Half of its top ten frequencies fall in
“This haplotype may have
originated primarily in
This Haplogroup is called #17 in the
study cited above -
Niven Sinclair and others from his
lineage land on this set
of markers directly. Thus, they may have an ancestor who left
As you can imagine, given the
accepted stories of our family
This study of the current day distribution of DYS390 markers seems consistent with an origin of this mutation in Italy, but could also mean a dispersal out of the Iberian Peninsula.
Another Curious Possibility Regarding This Lineage
|Summary of the Facts - DYS390=25 Lineage, HEYER #17|
lineage is closest to the AMH lineage out of all others in the family,
but not terribly close.
They seem to have either been in Israel or to have stayed in Spain where they then joined up wiht the Diaspora of 70AD on it's way to the Baltic.
They may be very distantly related to Niall of the Nine Hostages.
|Further notes - S21 negative, AMH+ (but not exact), Heyer #17, 5 members in lineage|
AMH | Germany | DYS390=25 | DYS390=23 | S21-U106 | Anglo-Saxon Visigoths
E1b | I1 | R1a | CCR5-Delta-32 | Mutation Rates | Lineage Smugness
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