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johnnywray
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« on: September 14, 2011, 03:40:29 PM »

Hi everyone. I would be very grateful if anyone could help me come to a conclusion to what subclabe of r1b i am. Had the test done on ancestry and all they gave me was the result r1b. Thanks. Johnny
                         
DYS19a =    14
                                 
DYS385a =  11

DYS385b=   15
DYS388  =   12
DYS3891 =  13
DYS3892 =  29
DYS390 =    24   
DYS391 =    10
DYS392  =   13
DYS393  =   13
DYS426  =   12
DYS437   =  15
DYS438  =   12
DYS439  =   12
DYS441  =   14
DYS442  =   17
DYS444  =   12
DYS445  =   12
DYS446   =  13
DYS447  =   25
DYS448 =    19
DYS449  =   30
DYS452  =   30
DYS454   =  11
DYS455  =   11
DYS456  =   15
DYS458  =   18
DYS459a  =  9
DYS459b =  10
DYS460   =  11
DYS461  =   12
DYS462   =  11
DYS463  =   24
DYS464a =  15
DYS464b =  15
DYS464c =  16
DYS464d =  17
GGAAT  =    10
YCAIIa   =    19
YCAIIb   =    21
Y-GATA-A10 =   15
DYS635   =   23
Y-GATA-H4  =  12
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Maliclavelli
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2011, 03:54:18 PM »

Correct your values as to FTDNA: H4=11, A10=13, DYS442=12,  DYS441=13, if I remember well, put them on www.ysearch.org and watch who is close to you, but with these data you could be every subclade of R-P312.
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MtDNA: K1a1b1e

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« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2011, 04:33:35 PM »

Have you transferred your Ancestry results over to FTDNA yet? If not, you should. It can be done for a very low fee ($19, I think). Then you could order FTDNA's Deep Clade and find out your subclade for sure.
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