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Would like to start a thread on Group H or also known as R1b-S28
Posted by: Jeff Butler (ID *****2831) Date: July 08, 2012 at 15:03:13
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If you have family members testing in the yDNA test project in this group you are probably as stumped as I am, it seems all of this Subgroup H or R1b-S28 seem to be stuck with ancestors of purported Irish descent with no proof of parentage, birth or purported descent from Ormond or Dunboyne heritage. I have looked at some of the family trees out there and there are some wild leaps of faith. So if you are in the Subgroup H or R1b-S28 group, whose known members are John Butler born 1762, Zachariah Butler born 1736, Edmund E Butler, Christopher Butler and a host of others born later I would love to discuss and share information with you to try to locate our ancestors.

My ancestor is James b 1730 of the same Haplogroup.

If you have members testing in the same yDNA group let's share information. It does appear that our Haplogroup was derived from the Cimbrian or Alpine Celts and most likely was introduced into England and Ireland with the Norman or Viking invasions.

Love to hear from anyone who is in the same boat I am.


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