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Haplogroup Question
Posted by: bob lowry (ID *****9010) Date: February 01, 2014 at 18:25:20
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Hello. The test results came back with a Y Haplogroup of I2B1a with a Terminal Y SNP of M223 (another section says M223+) and I was hoping someone could explain more of what this means. I read that I2b1a developed in Britain, but that was usually with a Y SNP of M284, which I don't have.

Any help in explaining the origins of I2b1a with a Y SNP of M223 would be appreciated.

Thank you.


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