Balto-SlavicDNA Project

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:53 am
I opened Balto-SlavicDNA Project
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Balto-SlavicDNA/

For joining:
http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join ... -SlavicDNA

All descendents of Slaves and Balts by their paternal or maternal lines are invited.
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That is Slavs:

East Slavs

    Russians
        Goryuns
        Kamchadals
        Lipovan Russians
        Polekhs
        Pomors

    Ukrainians
        Bojko
        Hutsuls
        Lemko
        Poleszuks

    Belarusians
        Poleszuks

    Rusyns

West Slavs

Czech-Slovak group

    Czechs
        Bohemians

    Slovaks

    Moravians

Lechitic group

        Masovians
        Polans
        Vistulans

    Kashubians
        Pomeranians
        Slovincianse

    Silesians
        Bieżuńczanie
        Bobrzanie
        Dziadoszanie
        Golęszyce
        Lubuszanie
        Opolanie
        Ślężanie
        Trzebowianie

    Polabianse


    Sorbs (Serbo-Lusatians)
        Milceni (Upper Sorbs)
        Lusatians (Lower Sorbs)

    Obodrites/Abodrites
        Obotrites propere
        Wagrianse
        Warnabie
        Polabians propere
        Linonene
        Travnjanee
        Drevanie


    Veleti (Wilzi)e
        Lutici (Liutici)
            Kissini (Kessiner, Chizzinen, Kyzziner)e
            Circipani (Zirzipanen)e
            Tollensere
            Redariere
        Ucri (Ukr(an)i, Ukranen)e
        Rani (Rujani)e
        Hevelli (Stodorani)e
        Volinians (Velunzani) e
        Pyritzans (Prissani) e

South Slavs

Eastern group

    Bulgarians
        Pomaks (Muslim Bulgarians)
        Palćene (Banat Bulgarians)
        Anatolian Bulgarianse

    Macedonians
        Torbeš

    Gorani (recognized ethnicity)

   
Western group

    Serbs
        Bosnian Serbs
        Kosovo Serbs
        Krajisniks
        Ere
        Macedonian Serbs
        Magyar Serbs
        Montenegro Serbs
        Komarno Serbs
        Shopi
        Torlaks
        Vlasi (partially)

    Croats
        Bunjevci (subgroup of Croats)
        Janjevci (Croats in Kosovo)
        Burgenland Croats (in Austria)
        Molise Croats (in eastern Italy)
        Krashovans (Croats in Romania)
        Šokci (subgroup of Croats)
        Bosniaks (Croats in Hungary) (Croats in Hungary)
        Moravian Croats (Croats in the Czech Republic)



And Bals:

Eastern (Middle) Balts
   Latvians
      Latgalians
   Lithuanians
      Aukštaitians ("highlanders")
      Samogitians ("lowlanders")
      Prussian Lithuanians
And of course descendets of extinct tribes are invited:

Eastern Balts
   Eastern Galindians
   Dniepr Balts
Transitional Balts
   Selonians
   Semigallians
   Curonians, Curonian Kings
Western Balts
   Yotvingians or Sudovians
   Prussians
      Sambians
      Scalvians
      Nadruvians
      Natangians
      Bartians
      Pomesanians
      Pogesanians
      Western Galindians
      Warmians or Varmians
      Sasnans
      Lubavians
   Pomeranian Balts
Last edited by mouglley on Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:56 am, edited 1 time in total.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 3:32 am
Thanks Mouglley... I just joined. For some reason the webpage (project name) is not appearing as a hyperlink on my FT DNA profile though. Do you know why that is?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:57 am
supertigerCH wrote:Thanks Mouglley... I just joined. For some reason the webpage (project name) is not appearing as a hyperlink on my FT DNA profile though. Do you know why that is?

I don't know why.
Maybe the project is young enough.
The link for joining:
http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join ... -SlavicDNA
Y-DNA: N1с1d*; P188-; M178+; P298+; P21-; P67-; P119-; L248+(23andMe); L248-(FamilyTreeDNA); L550+; L1025+
YSearch: KABEC
FamilyTree: 106620
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:05 am
supertigerCH, your ancestral paternal location is Pietkowo, Poland.
Сurrent position is "Poles Województwo podlaskie".
Is it right?
Or your ancestor was a Lithuanian?
Y-DNA: N1с1d*; P188-; M178+; P298+; P21-; P67-; P119-; L248+(23andMe); L248-(FamilyTreeDNA); L550+; L1025+
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:09 pm
My paternal ancestors are Lithuanian.

However... the reason you see Poland as the country listed, is because political borders have moved many times throughout history. There are even now some Lithuanian communities in the North East of Poland.

My paternal grandfather who immigrated to the USA... was born and lived his whole life in Poland (speaking both Polish and Lithuanian -- as well as Russian).


Also Lithuania and Poland had many centuries as a dual-kingdom (and later together as a commonwealth), so Lithuanian people and Polish people have lived in either country.



(Yes it's correct: Pietkowo, Poland / Podlaskie)
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:55 am
supertigerCH wrote:My paternal ancestors are Lithuanian.

However... the reason you see Poland as the country listed, is because political borders have moved many times throughout history. There are even now some Lithuanian communities in the North East of Poland.

My paternal grandfather who immigrated to the USA... was born and lived his whole life in Poland (speaking both Polish and Lithuanian -- as well as Russian).


Also Lithuania and Poland had many centuries as a dual-kingdom (and later together as a commonwealth), so Lithuanian people and Polish people have lived in either country.



(Yes it's correct: Pietkowo, Poland / Podlaskie)

Thank you then "Lithuanians Województwo podlaskie".
Y-DNA: N1с1d*; P188-; M178+; P298+; P21-; P67-; P119-; L248+(23andMe); L248-(FamilyTreeDNA); L550+; L1025+
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:28 am
As you can see, here is something interesting. Even in modern Poland, the Podlaskie Voivodeship has a coat of arms that contains both the Lithuanian and Polish national symbols.

Just as an example of the mixed history of the territory.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 6:25 am
supertigerCH wrote:As you can see, here is something interesting. Even in modern Poland, the Podlaskie Voivodeship has a coat of arms that contains both the Lithuanian and Polish national symbols.

Just as an example of the mixed history of the territory.

Yes I know the hystory of Rzeczpospolita.

As a matter of fact my paternal line is from Poland.
Y-DNA: N1с1d*; P188-; M178+; P298+; P21-; P67-; P119-; L248+(23andMe); L248-(FamilyTreeDNA); L550+; L1025+
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FamilyTree: 106620
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 1:51 am
Wonderful! Yes Mouglly, this is what makes you an excellent project administrator... your understanding of both science as well as history. : )


Just for me to post it... to help the others who are reading.

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