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Trish13
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« on: October 17, 2013, 11:45:22 AM »

Hi :)

We seem to have a fairly rare Y-Haplogroup for England: J2 (probably J2b2).

My Mum's male cousin took a Y-DNA test for us so that we could look into her male ancestry. Her maiden name is Hampton. Her Hamptons lived in South Wales but, according to Census research, her ancestor William Hampton was born in or around 1813 in Worcester, England. (This could, I imagine, mean the city, the county or a village near the city.)

We received results for 37 marker results plus, on Maliclavelli's kind and helpful advice, we then had SNP M241 tested.

Here are the results for 37 markers:

DYS393 = 12

DYS390 = 24

DYS19** = 14

DYS391 = 10

DYS385 = 13-16

DYS426 = 11

DYS388 = 15

DYS439 = 13

DYS389I = 12

DYS392 = 11

DYS389II*** = 28

DYS458 = 16

DYS459 = 8-9

DYS455 = 11

DYS454 = 11

DYS447 = 27

DYS437 = 16

DYS448 = 19

DYS449 = 28

DYS464 = 13-15-15-17

DYS460 = 11

Y-GATA-H4 = 10

YCAII = 19-20

DYS456   = 13

DYS607 = 14

DYS576   = 16

DYS570 = 17

CDY = 36-38    

DYS442 = 12

DYS438 = 9


On July 2nd 2013 I found our Haplogroup on FT DNA: J-M172

M172+, M241+ both tested positive.

Our Haplogroup on FT DNA is now: J2

Since M241+ is positive I assumed that the Haplogroup would now be confirmed as J2b2, but that's not on the certificate. (???)

According to Wikipedia '... Haplogroup J-M172  can be classified as Mediterranean / Aegean, Greco-Anatolian, Mesopotamian and/or Caucasian and is linked to the earliest indigenous populations of Anatolia and the Aegean ... carried by Bronze Age immigrants to Europe, and ultimately descends from the Cro-Magnon population (IJ-M429 Y-DNA) within the region spanning eastern Turkey and Persia around 35,000 years ago.'
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_J-M172

An earlier discussion on these results is here:
http://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?topic=12262

I'd like to contact anyone else from Britain with a similar result and to hear from anyone who knows anything more about J2b2s in England. :)

Thanks :)
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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2013, 09:47:29 PM »

Hi :)

#The latest certificate from FTDNA confirms that this line is J2b2.

Is there anyone else out there who is from the same line?

Anyone from the UK?

Anyone with ideas on how my ancestors may have generated such a rare line in England and Wales?

Thanks :)
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Faith Risa
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« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2013, 09:29:15 AM »

Hi Trish,
I'm new here but my brother matched J2 M172+
Still learning the whole DNA process but I figured I would touch base.
My great grandfather was said to have come from Austria but none of that has been documented.  My grandparents were all born in the United States (New York).
Happy holidays.
Faith
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« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2014, 03:37:57 AM »

Hello,

I live in the US but my paternal line is from England.  My Y-DNA test result is J2b2, and the shorthand for this is J-M241 per FTDNA.

My last name is Hooker.  I'm told I'm related to US civil war general Joseph Hooker who was of entirely English ancestry. 

Thanks,

Eric
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« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2014, 11:53:19 AM »

Hi Trish,
I'm new here but my brother matched J2 M172+
Still learning the whole DNA process but I figured I would touch base.
My great grandfather was said to have come from Austria ...
Faith
Hello Faith,

Sorry not to have got back to you before. This is the Y-DNA line of my maternal grandfather. His nephew (brother's son) took the test for me. The earliest we go back to on the paper trail is Worcestershire, England.
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« Reply #5 on: February 10, 2014, 12:07:30 PM »

Hello,

I live in the US but my paternal line is from England.  My Y-DNA test result is J2b2, and the shorthand for this is J-M241 per FTDNA.

My last name is Hooker.  I'm told I'm related to US civil war general Joseph Hooker who was of entirely English ancestry. 

Thanks,

Eric

Hi Eric,

Thanks for your response.
So far, the only surname I have for this line is Hampton.
It's a very intriguing line, I think.

Best wishes
Tricia :)
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« Reply #6 on: May 29, 2014, 02:19:48 AM »

Hello everyone. My name is Richard Farrell. I have been researching Hooker Family History since I learned that my grandfather, Preston Nash Hooker, changed his name to James Preston Farrell sometime in the early 1920's. I have traced my line to Mathew Hooker born 1635 in England. He died 1690 while in England while on a trip there. I have had my DNA tested and I match with two other Hookers that descend from Mathew as well. My Haplogroup is J2b2. Family Tree DNA has it fine tuned to J-M102 I believe. My 37 Marker test results are the following:

J2b   12  24  15  10   14   17  11  15  12  13  11   29  16  8   9   11  11  27 16  20   29  14  15 15 18 11 10  19 20  13 13 16 17 36  39 12  9

Mathew Hooker was described as a 'jersey man' on a document from early MA history.
I would like to hear from anyone with the same haplogroup in England. My email address is: rdfarrell7@gmail.com       Thank you!   Richard
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