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Terry Barton
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« on: December 22, 2005, 11:48:05 PM »

Welcome to the mtDNA Haplogroup T1 Forum.  In order to participate in this project, you need to have a maternal line that connects to someone whose mtDNA test result is T1. 

We require that you provide a maternal pedigree for you T1 family.  You can use mine on the Matriarch page as an example.  Click  here to go to the Matriarch Page.

Click here to add your Pedigree.

Both my Father and my Mother are a part of the mtDNA Haplogroup T1.  I look forward to your joining me.

Terry. 

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Lisa Hawkins
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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2006, 07:40:20 AM »

I have not been able to find much information about Haplogroup T3. I have heard from a reliable source that the Ancient Egyptian Queens, also called the Daughters of Isis, were Haplogroup T3.
Would anyone like to comment on that?
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Mike Maddi
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« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2006, 01:33:14 PM »

Last year I had the HVR1 and HVR2 test through FTDNA. They classified me as T5. I have read a few times in various places that it is not even certain if there is a true subclade T5.

What does it take to establish that a new mtDNA subclade actually has been discovered? If T5 is not an actual subclade, then where does it belong on the T phylogenetic tree?

Also, I have noticed that there are 39 T5's on mitosearch.org - I am 6M79M there. I have two HVR1 mutations which seem to be rare for the T5 subclade. These are 16189C ( I do have 2 people on the T5 list who match me on that) and 16274A, which no else matches. Is there any way to estimate how recent those two mutations are or if they will mainly be found in one geographical area? One of my matches to 189C has ancestry from northern Italy and my maternal line, at least back to c. 1817, is from southern Italy. I find this interesting.

Mike Maddi
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« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2006, 10:41:17 AM »

Hi Lisa and Mike.  We are thinking about splitting th eT project into its pieces.  Would either of you be interested in helping to lead your branch of T?

Terry
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Mike Maddi
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« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2006, 05:02:48 PM »

Hi Lisa and Mike.  We are thinking about splitting th eT project into its pieces.  Would either of you be interested in helping to lead your branch of T?

Terry

As I noted in signing my posting, I'm co-administrator of the Sicily Project, which keeps me very busy, along with my work schedule. At this point in time, I wouldn't have the time to do it.

Mike
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« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2007, 03:37:28 AM »

Hi Terry,

Am I T1?

Here are my mutations:

   HVR1            HVR2
1.    16126C       00073G
2.    16189C       00151T
3.    16294T       00152C
4.    16296T       00263G
5.    16519C       00315.1C


Thanks,

CK
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« Reply #6 on: January 22, 2007, 12:48:14 PM »

Hi Cherie - Yes.  Please join our mtDNA T1 project:

http://www.worldfamilies.net/mtdna/t1/

Terry
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« Reply #7 on: January 30, 2007, 12:23:51 PM »

Hi Cherie - Yes.  Please join our mtDNA T1 project:

http://www.worldfamilies.net/mtdna/t1/

Terry


Hi - I just registered because I note that Cherie has the same codes as I do - except I have an extra one 311 - I'm very new at this - and it is my sister who has been keeping the pedigree charts over the years.  I'm part of the National Geographic Study.

Lorraine
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« Reply #8 on: November 08, 2007, 12:40:53 AM »

Hi,  I have just registered and am finding it confussing  on how to post my family pedigree.  I have just been reclassified as a T1, I am in the Sicily Project and the Italy Project with Family Tree DNA where my mtDNA was done.  I am also in the Genographic Project.

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« Reply #9 on: November 08, 2007, 11:46:21 PM »

Hi Roseanne.  Welcome to the mt T1 project.

 I just you posted your results on our project site: http://www.worldfamilies.net/mtdna/t1/

We consider you to be a T1b - so scroll down towards the bottom of the page - you're in a group that is colored pink.. 

I have your pedigree and have passed it to one of my staff to post.

Terry
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« Reply #10 on: November 20, 2007, 01:35:15 AM »

Hi Terry,

Thank you for the welcome to the T1 project and having me posted. 
 
Thank you,
Roseanne
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« Reply #11 on: November 25, 2007, 11:55:59 PM »

Hello! My wife was first identified (FTDNA) as T1 and later, T*. Her mutations are:

HVR1 126c, 186t, 189c, 294t, 519c

HVR2 73G, 152C, 195C, 263G, 309.1, 315.1C

Do you know which one this is? Was there a change in what mutations T1 has?

Thanks,
Pete Jeschke
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« Reply #12 on: November 26, 2007, 11:12:03 PM »

Based on David Pike's work, your wife's result is T1 and you are missing a mutation at 163G. 

http://worldfamilies.net/mtdna/t1/results.html

You are welcome to join your wife to the T1 project.

We are hoping that FTDNA will join us in using David's work as the haplogroup T reference - but until they do, we'll work with folks one on one.

Terry
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« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2008, 03:16:41 PM »

I just found out a little while ago that I am a T1. I having my HRV2 test done now. This lingo is all new to me and I'm trying to find my way around. Do you have my muations on my HRV1? or am I supposed to post them here. Not sure what to do.
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« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2008, 09:10:43 PM »

Assuming that you were tested at FTDNA, you can go to your personal page, click on "Join" then find the mt-DNA projects (at the very bottom of the choices, click on "T" and then click on "T1"

If you can't make that work, call or email FTDNA and have them join you to the project.

Terry
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« Reply #15 on: August 03, 2008, 09:32:04 PM »

 
Mike Maddi
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I found your data interesting because of an undoubted coincidence.  You appear to be S21 y and T mtDNA.  Similar for me but the circumstances are greatly different, so I am hoping maybe we can both learn something from a comparison (or from anyone else who has some knowledge in this area). 

I am yDNA S29/U198 and mitochondrial T1b.  Actually, my test to date is a low resolution T.  I know I am T1b because in the process of becoming familiar with T1b this past week I learned I have 5 matches, all people I know, from the Bahamas, including a person who shares my great grandmother.  Their tests were high resolution and all of them are T1b.  On the low resolution matches through FT DNA 2 of my most recent matches are found in Italy, 2 in Spain, 2 in Germany, 1 in Syria.   

I have read all the general stuff I can find, which discusses T1 and T2 and the Romanovs.   I have also read somewhere that up to 10 percent of the very North of France may be T.  However, I have found very little info on T1b, less even than on S29/U108.     The only reference I can find in non technical terms speaks of the Balkans and Near East.  Another poster on another forum also suggested the Vikings.

There is one thing I noticed that I have not seen mentioned previously.  Maybe it is a red herring, but at least 3 of the names that appear on the S29/U108 list also appear on the T list.

So, I am hoping that by an exchange of information maybe I can better learn how my T1b came to reside in the Bahamas on a ship from UK.
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« Reply #16 on: August 05, 2008, 09:53:07 PM »

 

Terry


Hello.  I thought I might address this question to you.  I read the article on T.  It is not doubt and excellent scientific article.  I was hoping for a little more, well, tribal kind of information.   The article notes that there were only 2 people in the sample who were T1b.  I believe I am T1b.  Why?  Because my cousins are and I am T and match them. The Bahamas in my mother's era and before could get kinda isolated, especially on an out island.  So I am fairly confident of my prediction.

I am trying to learn what I can about T1b.  An FTDNA analyst told me there is very little in the literature about it outside of the article, to which all to whom I talk refer me.   Are you aware of anything that might be of help to me in trying to go tribal, so to speak, on this issue?
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« Reply #17 on: September 21, 2010, 10:09:49 PM »

Hello,

I wanted to add my pedigree, but it did not work.

How can I add my pedigree to your site?
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« Reply #18 on: April 08, 2011, 07:17:25 AM »

Hi to everyone,
 I can't open the page to add my pedigree, any help?
Anyway I'm a T1 from Naples, Southern  Italy, my HVR1 mutations are:
16051G
16126C
16163G
16186T
16189C
16248T
16294T
16519C

Any match out there? My furthest ancestry  known is my great-grand mother, living in the same place I was born.
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« Reply #19 on: July 25, 2012, 11:20:45 PM »

I was unable to add my results, but am listing them here, from National Geo:
HVR1= T, subclass T1

Mutations:
16126C
16163G
16186T
16189C
16294T
16304C
16519C

We have various links to Cherokees in North Carolina, KY, TN, OK.
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« Reply #20 on: September 01, 2013, 12:16:30 AM »

hello,
My father is t1a1. Would love to know more about this subclad.
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« Reply #21 on: February 16, 2014, 04:27:57 PM »

Hi   ,')

Here are my mutations:

Haplogroup T1.
HVR1: 16126C - 16163G - 16186T - 16189C - 16234Y - 16294T - 16519C

HVR2: 73G - 152C - 195C - 263G - 309.1C - 315.1C - 523.1C - 523.2A
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The haplogroup T clan..:
[16126C - 16294]

Is called the "Tara" clan -- which is Gaelic for "rock" ?
This is the group that began in Italy ? and then migrated across europe into England and Ireland ?

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Please, contact me -- if anyone-has the same mutations result..
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Email: Gottman777@gmail.com

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« Reply #22 on: April 04, 2014, 02:34:30 PM »

Hi!

My name is Susanne Gustafsson and I live in Sweden. My MtDNA is T1a1b with extra mutations: 315.1C  522.1A  522.2C  G15323A

My HVR1 DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS: T16126C A16129G  A16163G  C16186T  T16187C  T16223C  G16230A  T16278C  C16294T  C16311T

My HVR2 DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS: C146T  A247G  315.1C  522.1A  522.2C

Anyone out there with similar MtDNA?

Feel free to Contact me: sus.gust@telia.com.

Best Wishes,
Susanne Gustafsson


 
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« Reply #23 on: August 19, 2014, 09:38:05 AM »

Last year I had the HVR1 and HVR2 test through FTDNA. They classified me as T5. I have read a few times in various places that it is not even certain if there is a true subclade T5.

What does it take to establish that a new mtDNA subclade actually has been discovered? If T5 is not an actual subclade, then where does it belong on the T phylogenetic tree?

Also, I have noticed that there are 39 T5's on mitosearch.org - I am 6M79M there. I have two HVR1 mutations which seem to be rare for the T5 subclade. These are 16189C ( I do have 2 people on the T5 list who match me on that) and 16274A, which no else matches. Is there any way to estimate how recent those two mutations are or if they will mainly be found in one geographical area? One of my matches to 189C has ancestry from northern Italy and my maternal line, at least back to c. 1817, is from southern Italy. I find this interesting.

Mike Maddi
Co-Administrator of the Sicily Project at FTDNA
yDNA - R1b1c9*
mtDNA - T5

Hi Mike,  I was reading your post and find it quite interesting.  My brother and I both had our dna tested and our haplogroup is T1.  I have to admit I do not know how to use the results for DNA results however your HVR1 results triggered a memory.  One of my HVR1 results is also  16189C .  Do you know how to use this to determine if we have a common ancestor.  My email is handot67@yahoo.com.  I would very much like to hear from you as this seems to be the closest I have come to any links.  I have attempted to research how to utilize my results to determine ancestrial lines and I have called both family link dna and ancestry however the information did not help me to understand it any easier.  I am trying to find someone who has a HVR1 common # and know how to interpret it.  Thanks.  Helen Fink
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« Reply #24 on: August 19, 2014, 09:50:56 AM »

Hi!

My name is Susanne Gustafsson and I live in Sweden. My MtDNA is T1a1b with extra mutations: 315.1C  522.1A  522.2C  G15323A

My HVR1 DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS: T16126C A16129G  A16163G  C16186T  T16187C  T16223C  G16230A  T16278C  C16294T  C16311T

My HVR2 DIFFERENCES FROM RSRS: C146T  A247G  315.1C  522.1A  522.2C

Anyone out there with similar MtDNA?

Feel free to Contact me: sus.gust@telia.com.

Best Wishes,
Susanne Gustafsson


 Hi Suzanne,  I will not pretend to verify that I understand how DNA is used in genealogy.  I understand mother's link, mutations, etc and this is why I am posting this.  Your question regarding HVR1 and if anyone has a common link.  I am a T1 haplogroup and I do have the HVR1 16126.  It is at this level that my link mutates from the T to a C.  Do you know how to interpret this as far as common ancestors and how do we show linkage?  Can anyone help me to understand. My email is handot67@yahoo.com?  I have had both my brothers and my results for over 6 months and cannot find out how to utilize them.  Appreciate any help from ANYONE who understands DNA.  Helen Fink
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