Are these markers unusual for R1b1a2? DYS455 = 8 and DYS449 = 25

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Diana Sotela:
Specifically DYS455 = 8 and DYS449 = 25.  Background on my fathers dna.  He's from Costa Rica, last traced ancestor is Jose Ana Sotelo born Abt. 1780.  I have not been able to trace him out of Costa Rica yet to see if he came straight from Spain or  through another country like Nicaragua, Colombia or Caribbean.  In FTDNA and mitosearch his exact matches at 12 marker were almost all in Ireland, Wales and England.  A few in Eastern Eur.  He had no matches at 25 or 37.  His dna is also pending a deep clade test.

Also of which may be of importance.  There is an oral history among my family that we "used" to be Jewish.  It seems to be quite a secret in the family and no one likes to talk about it.  I thought Sephardic but now I'm not so sure.  I know Sotelo is listed amoung Jewish Spanish names.

PANEL 1 (1-12)
Marker    DYS393    DYS390    DYS19**    DYS391    DYS385    DYS426    DYS388    DYS439    DYS389I    DYS392    DYS389II***
Value    13    24    15    11    11-14    12    12    11    13    13    29

PANEL 2 (13-25)
Marker    DYS458    DYS459    DYS455    DYS454    DYS447    DYS437    DYS448    DYS449    DYS464
Value    16    9-10    8    11    24    15    19    25    14-15-17-17

PANEL 3 (26-37)
Marker    DYS460    Y-GATA-H4    YCAII    DYS456    DYS607    DYS576    DYS570    CDY    DYS442    DYS438
Value    11    11    19-23    15    15    18    18    36-39    12    12

Maliclavelli:
DYS455=8 is found in hg. I1, but the values of your father are clearly of hg. R1b1a2-something, then I think that your father (or some of his ancestors) has had a multistep mutation from 11 to 8. It is very rare, but it happens. This will permit you to find who is close to you (to your father line).

Diana Sotela:
Quote from: Maliclavelli on March 15, 2012, 01:59:57 PM

DYS455=8 is found in hg. I1, but the values of your father are clearly of hg. R1b1a2-something, then I think that your father (or some of his ancestors) has had a multistep mutation from 11 to 8. It is very rare, but it happens. This will permit you to find who is close to you (to your father line).


Sadly he has no matches outside of the first 12 markers.  This is 25 marker area I believe and he has 0 matches.  I'm so bummed.


Thank you for your response.

Maliclavelli:
Of course to find someone R1b1a2 with DYS455=8 will be very rare, but if you find one, certainly he is close to you (to your father).

But how many Diana-s are in this forum?

Diana Sotela:
I have no idea how Diana's are in this forum, I presume I'm the only Diana Sotela.  If that is what you meant by your question.

Did you mean something else?

I suppose I'll just have to wait until someone else turns up.  I know I have tons of male Sotela here in CA, US and Costa Rica but none of them have tested.  I'm looking for ones I don't already know about.  I was hoping to at least find someone outside of what are already know exists.

12 marker matches don't mean much is that correct?  Unless of course there are unusual results in the first 12 then it would be better?

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