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Re: Leasure/Laizure/Lazier DNA project on Ancestry
Posted by: v. suzanne sears (ID *****1949) Date: February 12, 2011 at 04:22:31
In Reply to: Re: Leasure/Laizure/Lazier DNA project on Ancestry by Joy Laizure of 840

Well the 390 marker is the one used generally to identify ancient tribal origins........

Its a pretty loose tool: but it goes a bit like this.......

390=24: is a Celtic marker...........and 80% roughly of all persons of French ancestry carry the 24

whereas: 390=23 is generally considered a Germanic marker: nearly every Frank or Fleming or Dutch is a 23.......

390=25 is an ancient Baltic sea marker: and is found in a cluster around Moscow to Poland...up into northern Scotland and over into Ireland........generally felt to be spread by the Vikings

And so on: there are 22s and 26s.......etc

This is an incredibly stable marker with nearly a zero mutation its a great indicator of ancient tribal origins.

Thus with a 24 at 390 the odds that your origins are anciently French go higher.......than they are of German origins..........

although of course in the lowlands region where French, Dutch, Belgic and Germans all mix........the percentages of each type is fairly evenly distributed: with the 23s being dominant.......

You can track tribal spread via 390........

So if you are wondering if you are actually an ancient Le Sueur.........the odds just went up that you would be.

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