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Re: Weir DNA lineages
Posted by: v. suzanne sears (ID *****1949) Date: August 09, 2010 at 18:07:52
In Reply to: Re: Weir DNA lineages by John Weir of 2824

Well its a pretty big sandwich which requires a lot of study;

but in general Franks carrie the number 23 @ marker 390
Brythonic Celts carry the number 0@ 391
Vikings often have a mix of type I1 and R1b1...S28+

There are certain markers that show up over and over again within certain populations.......that can be tracked.

Certainly it is more than can be taught on one of these pages.............

It is based upon: the preponderance of evidence..........the weight of numbers....matched to history

So Vikings settled Enniskillen Ireland: many vikings carried type I1..........and no indigenous Irish did......therefore the I1 types are probably Viking leftovers........

basically that is it.....the way you use the data


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