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« Reply #25 on: August 19, 2014, 07:20:47 PM »

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.

I am a match with mutations listed on 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th and 8th.  Do you know how to interpret these results.  I have had my results for approx. 6 mos however do not know where to go from here.  My email is handot67@yahoo.com.  Any help in understanding and interpreting the results would be appreciated.  Helen Fink
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« Reply #26 on: March 11, 2015, 09:32:23 PM »

So we must be very close. I just sent you an email with my H1, H2 and mtDNA info attached. We are an exact match with regard to everything you have posted. I am interested in searching this out further and discovering how this could be. I have files and data on ancestry, ftdna and gedmatch. Ethnically I trace my dna back to near the late 1700s to the Polish/Ukraine border. Surnames associated with me are:
Paternal Y dna: Petraszczuk (Petraszczak), Petrowski.
Maternal mtdna: Kukielka, Wlaz (Wlas)
I have traced  back to the 3rd and 4th generation.

Ancestry has me ethnically at 99%+ Eastern European
FTDNA has me at 95%+ Eastern European

This is us: http://www.singingfalls.com


Pleased to make your acquaintance,
Stan


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 #27 on: March 12, 2015, 02:38:41 PM »

For the benefit of the project:
Stanley Petrowski mtDNA Test Results (FTDNA Kit #389729)
Expressed as Differences from the RSRS (Reconstructed Sapiens Reference Sequence)
H1
T16126C
A16129G
A16163G
C16186T
T16187C
T16223C
G16230A
T16278C
C16294T
C16311T


H2
C146T
A247G
Extra Mutations:
315.1C
522.1A
522.2C


Full mtDNA Sequence Coding Region Mutations
G709A
A769G
A825t
A1018G
G1888A
A2758G
C2885T
T3594C
G4104A
T4216C
T4312C
A4917G
G7146A
T7256C
A7521G
T8468C
T8655C
G8697A
G8701A
C9540T
T9899C
G10143A
G10398A
T10463C
T10664C
A10688G
C10810T
C10873T
C10915T
A11251G
A11914G
C12633a
T12705C
G13105A
G13276A
G13368A
T13506C
T13650C
C14281T
G14905A
C15452a
A15607G
G15928A
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