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rsgorman
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« on: January 06, 2008, 11:40:12 AM »

I am new to this and don't know where to start, my results are below. My family is Gorman from Queens County Ireland (now Laois),
I was born in California. I thought I was R1b1c7, but don't think so. Any help?

393=13 390=23 394=14 391=11 385a=11 385b=15 426=12 388=12 439=12 389-1=12 392=13 389-2=28

458=17 459a=9 459b=10 455=11 454=12 447=25 437=19 448=30 449=14 464a=14  464b=15 464c=16  464d=17 

 
Thanks in Advance,
Scot Gorman
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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2012, 07:57:35 AM »

Greetings. Thought I might respond as some variants of my own project Mullen-McMullen are identified with earlier Laois elements (Ballymullen alias Bally Mc.Mullen Abbyleix.  While some families were historically dominant here (yours), the admixture of Ui Bairrche, Usdaie, Laigin etc etc make a clear SNP difficult.  More accurately in my opinion absorbtion could mean a Gorman might fall into several possible groups.  With the limited marker sequence you listed, I recommend either a deep subclade test or expanding to about 67 markers to get a better sense of who you align with
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