H1b/H1b4


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Location: England
YDNA:
I1*
MtDNA:
U5a1b4
PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:36 am
Hey,

Just found out my Grandfather is H1b/H1b4, with the extra mutation at (16519C). Heard this was basically eastern European/Baltic and even found in NW Siberia, bit unusual for someone of English ancestry.

I would really appreciate any more information on H1b, if anyone on here knows anything that i haven't found yet. :)

Cheers
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Location: Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
YDNA:
D2a1b
MtDNA:
H2a4
PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 1:57 am
MtDNA H originates from the Caucasus region of Georgia and surrounds.It is possible that your grandfathers female ancestors could have travelled to western Europe over the millenia, as did mine, maybe even with various invading groups.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:30 pm
Ian B wrote:MtDNA H originates from the Caucasus region of Georgia and surrounds.It is possible that your grandfathers female ancestors could have travelled to western Europe over the millenia, as did mine, maybe even with various invading groups.


Thanks.

I found a graphic about H1b (I can't really find any other information about it, apart from what is written in this publication).

Source:
Disuniting Uniformity: A Pied Cladistic Canvas of mtDNA Haplogroup
H in Eurasia.
Mol Biol Evol (2004) 21 (11): 2012-2021.
doi: 10.1093/molbev/msh209
First published online: July 14, 2004

Seems it is about 1% in Britain, although i don't know if that is 1% of H (ie 0.5%) or 1% of all haplogroups.



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