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Tom Caulley
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« on: July 22, 2013, 05:41:43 PM »

Our new FTDNA Group / Project "E1b / E3b (E-M35) in Scotland" is up and running. You can view and join at http://www.familytreedna.com/public/E1b-E3b-E-M35-In-Scotland/

"This group is open to all in haplogroup(s) E1b (aka E3b, E-M35, E-V-13) with ancestors in Scotland. Ours is a rare haplotype in Scotland and theories abound concerning how our E1b ancestors 1st came to be there. The group was created to help us all get a better idea of population concentrations and/or family groups. (Please do not join if you are not part of these haplotypes AND your ancestor is not from - or suspected to be from - Scotland)."

So, if you have an account at FTDNA.com, come on over and join our group and help us all put the pieces of this puzzle together!

We look forward to seeing you.

Tom Caulley
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Gary G Russell
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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2013, 05:12:00 PM »

During my many years of family research, I've heard my Russell family was Scot or Scot-Irish.  Many families in east Tennessee are Scot-Irish descent.  However, my research is at a road block and have not found the original immigrant for my family line.

I recently had my YDNA tested and fall in the haplogroup E1b1b1.
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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2014, 01:04:07 AM »

My upteenth-g grandfather William Ham (c. 1600- c. 1670) married in Devonshire, had a son born on Isle of Man, came to North America in 1635, died there 1673 (as best I recall without looking it up).

Was claimed by on line of early descendants in New Hampshire to have been "a fisherman from Aberdeen".

With that, I was a little surprised to test as E1b1b1.
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