Doug McDonald BGA results

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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 9:25 pm
Yorkie, I believe my maternal grandfather's family is partly from the northern and eastern part of England. I know that some of the admixture analysis tools I have applied to my mother's autosomal dna indicate she has some Baltic presence, but, that is probably from her German side.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:02 pm
My painting, but no Native American, I expected the African in the approximent amount shown, but the Native American should be much more, besides family pictures and passed down stories I had 19% show up on ancestrybydna, so was expecting at least a showing. Puzzling! :shock:
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:26 pm
Here are my charts. They may be a little bit old--the more recent ones look like the populations are a bit more refined. My chart shows the green dot pretty accurate as to what I know of my British and Irish ancestors (North and West is their direction in the isles). I have a blue dot that veers way over near Port Said, Egypt. It is unclear whether the Near Eastern influence is real or whether this is a misrepresentation of a conglomeration of French, Dutch, and German ancestry which may make up as much as an eight of my ancestry.
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Y DNA lineage ancestor: Isaac Farris (b. 1787 in Virginia, USA)
mtDNA lineage ancestress: Ruth Stovall (b. 1731 in Virginia, USA)
Oldest known of any line: Ralfe Hurte (b. ca. 1410, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England)

Known Surnames of 3rd gr.-grands:
Farris, Ramey, Montgomery, Summers, Tupman, Reynolds, Griffin, Atkinson, Powell, Witt, Dunaway, Woolery, White, Nickerson, Griest, Humbert, Mullin, Peacock, Heeter, Peters, Kern, Law, Meade, Conley, Estep, Lemaster, May, Caudill, Cooper, Salyer

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 12:15 pm
Here are my three charts from Dr. McDonald. I'm 3/4 British Isles and 1/4 German in ancestry. Like JAFarris above I also have a blue Mideast dot in the eastern Mediterranean, but in the northwest corner of Syria. When I enquired Dr. McDonald said it could represent ancestry east of Ireland.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:10 pm
JAFarris wrote:Here are my charts. They may be a little bit old--the more recent ones look like the populations are a bit more refined. My chart shows the green dot pretty accurate as to what I know of my British and Irish ancestors (North and West is their direction in the isles). I have a blue dot that veers way over near Port Said, Egypt. It is unclear whether the Near Eastern influence is real or whether this is a misrepresentation of a conglomeration of French, Dutch, and German ancestry which may make up as much as an eight of my ancestry.


Your dots are very similar to mine, my red is just a bit more west on North Ewas Ireland and my blue one is more on Tunisia.
Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world's more full of weeping than you can understand.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 23, 2012 1:50 pm
Dave123 wrote:Here are my three charts from Dr. McDonald. I'm 3/4 British Isles and 1/4 German in ancestry. Like JAFarris above I also have a blue Mideast dot in the eastern Mediterranean, but in the northwest corner of Syria. When I enquired Dr. McDonald said it could represent ancestry east of Ireland.




Where in the UK are yer folks from? I'm also 3/4th UK, 1/4th Continental (most of which is German). I was plotted vaguely in Southern England with McDonald (then a bit more East in Thurrock, Essex with Eurogenes). Interesting that ye're plotted outside the UK.
R-P312 clades tested for: DF99+ P312+ DF27- DF19- U152- L21- L459- Z245- L238- Z2245- Z2247-
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 8:03 am
JAFarris wrote:Here are my charts. They may be a little bit old--the more recent ones look like the populations are a bit more refined. My chart shows the green dot pretty accurate as to what I know of my British and Irish ancestors (North and West is their direction in the isles). I have a blue dot that veers way over near Port Said, Egypt. It is unclear whether the Near Eastern influence is real or whether this is a misrepresentation of a conglomeration of French, Dutch, and German ancestry which may make up as much as an eight of my ancestry.


I haven't tried to do the McDonald analysis. But from Family Finder matches with names given, I also have Reynolds, Peacock and Peters, and maybe one or two more. I assume they would be from the 25% (maternal) of me that goes back to colonial times.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 5:44 pm
PDHOTLEN wrote:
JAFarris wrote:Here are my charts. They may be a little bit old--the more recent ones look like the populations are a bit more refined. My chart shows the green dot pretty accurate as to what I know of my British and Irish ancestors (North and West is their direction in the isles). I have a blue dot that veers way over near Port Said, Egypt. It is unclear whether the Near Eastern influence is real or whether this is a misrepresentation of a conglomeration of French, Dutch, and German ancestry which may make up as much as an eight of my ancestry.


I haven't tried to do the McDonald analysis. But from Family Finder matches with names given, I also have Reynolds, Peacock and Peters, and maybe one or two more. I assume they would be from the 25% (maternal) of me that goes back to colonial times.


It looks like I quoted the wrong part of Farris' earlier post. But looking further at those names in common, Peacock just stood out in one match collection of associated surnames, and not necessarily sharing DNA with me. Reynolds and Peters, on the other hand, are (one each) persons who share some DNA with me; Reynolds being closer. What's interesting with Peters though is that it superficially looks to be related to the movie star Jean Peters; Ohio and both with Jean Peters in the name.

Reynolds is probably downstream of my earliest known female ancestress, i.e.more recent. But Peters could conceivably be tied into my earliest; PA Quaker/English community in the early 1700s?
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:43 am
FYI, Doug McDonald informed me that "what matters is the spot on the map. Note that N-S positions are perhaps 4 times more accurate than E-W ones"
148326 DF13** Celtic, Goidelic 111 Marker: GD1/67 & GD3/111 Watterson USA, Cook(UK/Scot Heritage) with a GD5/111, Codere(Watterson(McWalter))IOM GD8/111 and Ross Scotland GD13/111. Cluster 13*-1130-A1: 20 off-modals from L21.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2012 10:02 am
JAFarris wrote:Here are my charts. They may be a little bit old--the more recent ones look like the populations are a bit more refined. My chart shows the green dot pretty accurate as to what I know of my British and Irish ancestors (North and West is their direction in the isles). I have a blue dot that veers way over near Port Said, Egypt. It is unclear whether the Near Eastern influence is real or whether this is a misrepresentation of a conglomeration of French, Dutch, and German ancestry which may make up as much as an eight of my ancestry.


JA,
Your scattergram appears to be from the earlier days when I assume that Doug used 'Orcadian' as a proxy for English. Nowadays, as you say, the sampling is more refined with the English cluster based largely upon Kentish samples. I note that your green spot appears to be in southern England. However, unless my eyes are playing tricks, your straddling of the Orcadian and Irish clusters appears to lean slightly towards the Irish cluster. My plotting, based on more recent sampling, has me in the English cluster well clear of Ireland. I'd be interested to see where you plot now against the newer Kent samples on the scattergram. Maybe on the west side of the English cluster encroaching upon the Irish cluster?
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