Has any Irish Type IV/Continental (Ken Nordtvedt) (aka South Irish by Tim Desmond) folks tested for the new SNP's? I can't find any that have. There are a few people in the R-L21 Plus project who appear to be Irish Type IV and they haven't tested. I think there is an outside chance we might find L193+ in Type IV.
L193 is found in the 11-13 Combo A group. I found a cross-over guy who could be in either the 11-13 Combo group or in Irish Type IV.
I found a high frequency of 406s1=11 (half of the 11-13) in Irish Type IV. I also found repeating surnames in both Type IV and 11-13. Perhaps (if these things are really clades) 406s1 mutated to 11 within a clade that was to spawn Type IV. Later, the pre-Irish IV 406s=11 guy picked up the 617=13 mutation and started the 11-13 Combo group. .. just a speculation, but both groups have "continental" connections.
Irish Type IV notes....
Ken Nordtvedt, "The variety has a decent continental pedigree representation in Ysearch and SMGF. Are their historical or quasi-historical stories of a continental people who went more or less directly to Ireland, leaving few along the way in England."
Dennis Wright - "R1b-Ir/Cont..Found all over Ireland and on the Western Continent-possible invader marker of English/Norman origin?"http://dna-forums.com/index.php?/topic/3133-cheat-sheet-for-r1b-irish-haplogroups/
Colin Ferguson - "This table shows a list of persons who would be expected to fall within the clade: http://tinyurl.com/Driscoll-Cork/DNA/Hap/R1b/Ir_Cont_YSearch.htm
As you can see the origins listed include Ireland and Continetal Europe hence the name Ir/Cont."http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/IRISH-DNA/2009-10/1254686063
Tim Desmond - "my own best guess is that they are the descendants of English invaders/settlers who came to southern Ireland many, many centuries ago"http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/genealogy-dna/2006-06/1151020432http://mysite.verizon.net/timdesmond/files/dna_southirish.htm