R-L21: DF41 another new subclade to watch - it is old!

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seferhabahir:
Quote from: rms2 on February 02, 2013, 09:46:14 PM

Quote from: Jdean on February 02, 2013, 12:23:40 PM


Ho hum, FTDNA are in super crawl mode at the moment which is frustrating enough by itself but doubly so when nothing interesting turns up.


Too true.

I'm also waiting for my 111-marker upgrade, which has a predicted due date of 18 Feb 2013. I'm hoping it's early.


Ditto

OConnor:
Feb 18th is also my due date for Family Finder.

rms2:
The latest scuttlebutt is that Geno 2.0's CTS2501 is either downstream of DF41 or equivalent to it. There are two guys in the R-L21 Plus Project who are CTS2501+: B2895, Bettcher (no listed mdka), and 57001, McConnell (mdka from New Jersey, b. 1830).

McConnell has DF41 on order. Hopefully, Bettcher will order it, as well. I have contacted him.

rms2:
Quote from: rms2 on February 10, 2013, 10:26:45 AM

The latest scuttlebutt is that Geno 2.0's CTS2501 is either downstream of DF41 or equivalent to it. There are two guys in the R-L21 Plus Project who are CTS2501+: B2895, Bettcher (no listed mdka), and 57001, McConnell (mdka from New Jersey, b. 1830).

McConnell has DF41 on order. Hopefully, Bettcher will order it, as well. I have contacted him.


I forgot to mention that there is the possibility that CTS2501 is upstream of DF41, with all DF41+ men CTS2501+ but some CTS2501+ guys DF41-. It's also possible possible that CTS2501 is a "weasel SNP": my term for one of those flaky pseudo-SNPs that pop up time and again in different haplogroups and are too unstable to be much good.

We're going to try to figure all this out.

Larry Walker:
Also 143035 Stewart who is L745+ CTS2501+.

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