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Mike Walsh
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« on: March 27, 2012, 06:41:40 PM »

The Z196 numbers are growing and now up to 398, 223 of which are SRY2627 and 68 of which are L165. Yes, L165 is not a minor subclade. We also have 15 Z209+.

We are up to 803 U152 people. L2 is still the largest subclade with 420, but the non L2 subclades of Z36 (with 36) and Z56 (with 44) are growing.

I also count 11 DF19 people, 16 L238 people and 4 L617 people.

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« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2015, 05:01:23 PM »

I'm new on here. I've just had my ancestral DNA tested as part of the Cymru DNA Wales project.
My surname is Dyer. Born in Wales in 1951
Father: Ivan Stuart b. Birmingham 1926
Grandfather: George Frederick b. Birmingham 1890
Greatgrandfather: George Benjamin b. Cardiff 1858
Great-Greatgrandfather: William Alfred Dyer. This is where the trail runs out at the moment. It had previously been thought that he was born in Calcutta India but more recent evidence points to him being born in Bridgewater, Somerset in 1825. Married(?) to Anne Dalley.

My Chromo2 yDNA is R1b-S116. My subtype is R1b-L617. The results state:
Your L617 subtype is very rare (seen in less than 0.03% of British men) but has been observed in two men from Cambridgeshire.

Happy to share further information with any interested parties, especially related ones!
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