Thanks for the reply Mike and links I am a member of ht35
and no problems understanding the published decadency charts but thanks all the same.
Has anybody else experienced this -
By following the matches to SNP markers regardless of halopgroup and converting the modern versions of names back into old English they constantly lead back to a common male patrilineal family pre surnames.
In addition the same method applied to halopgroup results, produce the same results through different names and lines back to the same patrilineal family pre surnames.
Yet comparing the SNP markers from both groups of people (i.e halopgroup match names & SNP matched names) these distances would be un accepted by the current system as matches.
As it so happens the Patriarchs of these linages match with people that interacted extensively with my ancestral line.
I would like to explore these lines in more detail but am constantly told this cant be so genetically - nobody yet as told me why I am wrong - I constantly get replies with pages of links and text showing theorists charts that do not cover my enquiry -
If nobody can answer these questions or put forward some reasoned explanation then I must presume it may be possible.
I have founds others in the same position having found they have no known matches so go further, studying the results and looking for logical patterns to find answers.
Here is a link to the St Clair family - who it would seem are going through similar problems.http://www.stclairresearch.com/content/groupingsVa-R-L193-DNA.html