I'm new to this forum. I have completed a lot of research in to whether my Grandfather is the unacknlowledged son of King George V. The details are in my website www.The-Kings-Son.com and in that site is a Facebook page, which I'm using to provide updates.
I am now very advanced in my project to get this link proven (OR disproven). I am using DNA matching between my Uncle Eric (son of my Grandfather) and a known King George V relative known as "Wettin man".
I'd like to get regarding "what a match" between my Uncle Eric's Y-DNA sample and "Wettin man" sample should look like. IF my hypothesis is correct ..... then my Uncle Eric is 5 generations away from Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband) and "Wettin man" is 6 generations from Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband). I've been looking at a few blogs and I can now see that perhaps the Haplogroup may be very important.
1. Is it that BOTH samples must have be the same i.e. R1b1a2a1a1b4 L21+ Z253- P66- P314.2- M37- M222-
L96- L226- L193- L159.2- L144- DF21- (which is from my Uncle Eric Kit No. 207060)?
2. Is matching of Haplogroup initially the most important criteria to establish a connection?
3. Based on the hypothetical relationship between my Uncle Eric and Wettin man .... what GD using 67 markers should there be?
4. Based on the hypothetical relationship between my Uncle Eric and Wettin man .... what GD using 111 markers should there be?
Appreciate your help.
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