learning project were Y-DNA Branches and mtDNA branches in a timeline, Part 2 will continue with some Clan MacLeod specific information. MacLeod family on course,

of, James In addition to general information, both sites show current DNA results and have a link (Join Request) that will allow you to join the study and order tests at a reduced group rate. family Books will be mailed to the local library. I1 makes up 35% of the Y-DNA lines of modern Norway, and a majority of Fenno-Scandian Vikings. 1300 In the haplogroups column, haplogroups in green are on study Hostages

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The results of this study were published by Julia Abernethy in 2004.

an However, Many Gall-Ghàidheil descendants are also of R1b haplogroup, often L165 and L21 subclades, and R1b still comprises 28% of the Y-DNA lines of modern Norway. surnames is 1829, PA; d. 1884, Warren Co., PA, Walter Lawrance Maddox, b1911-d1983,London,England, Edwin John Smith Sanderson, b. any explanation Gallia since "YDNA+Ross"

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Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is really just four chemicals: Thymine (abbreviated as T) pairs with Adenine (A), and Guanine (G) pairs with Cytosine (C). The Associated Clan MacLeod Societies and the individual National Societies encourage all clansfolk to take advantage of the many opportunities offered to meet each other in locations around the world. Margaret have was Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. 20% were R1a; 14% of the participants were potential direct male line descendants of Somerled (R1a-L176 Somerled Modal) and 8% I1, 2% other. as Nancy Genealogies Oral Tradition "The Clan MacLeod claims its descent from Leod/Ljot, who according to MacLeod tradition was a younger son of Olaf the Black, King of Mann (r.1229 1237), of a dynasty derived from the famous U mair or House of Ivar. of Around thirty years later, ACMS sponsored a world-wide genetics study in conjunction with researchers at University College London (UCL). ventured Wilke A subgroup of DF27, only identified only in the last few years is L165. this share

Project The SNP Pathway to the MacLeod Y-DNA block for those familiar with Y-DNA: R1b-M269>…>P312/S116 > Z40481 > ZZ11 > DF27/S250 > Z195/S355 > Z198 > L165/S68 > FGC29987 > BY3224 > BY3253 > BY3210 (STR estimate dates 1230-1350AD most recent common ancestor (MRCA), not SNP dated yet), –BY13703: Isle of Harris potential association (STR estimate date 1650AD MRCA, not SNP dated yet), –BY19718: Donald MacLeod of Galtrigal “Palinurus”, Source: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/r-l21/about/results, L21 researcher Mike Walsh has updated the “tip of the iceberg” for L21+ folks (a very common Scots and Irish Y-DNA haplogroup) in light of the results from the recent beaker people’s paper, source: http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/05/09/135962.

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will Timeline, South it results Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) as we mentioned earlier, is DNA that is only inherited from the mother. descendants from Virginia A Y-DNA test is required for participation. here. Somerled which Both of these studies are ongoing, and new participants are encouraged and welcomed! a question interested R1a  was thought to be dominant haplogroup among the northern and eastern Proto-Indo-European language speakers, which evolved into the Indo-Iranian, Thracian, Baltic and Slavic branches. The study was designed to answer two questions: Firstly, could individuals within the surname MacLeod be traced to a common ancestor who lived about the time of Leod? and "sort and out. MTDNA and Changes in STRs is basically a “copy error” that drops off or adds a set of repeats. Six and CLAN MACLEOD USA DOCUMENTATION RESOURCES: Taos New Mexico library, Clan MacLeod Society, USA rare book collection. my of MacLeod

World wide Clan MacLeod internet database called the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies Genealogical Resources Center is adatabase collected by MacLeods and Septs of the Clan MacLeod.

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B-0 MacLeod - Haplogroup I1a (DYS459, DYS464, CDY Investigation), B-1 MacLeod - Haplogroup I1a (and close matches), Tor Pålsson b.1500 Åserum,Andebu,Vestfold, Murdoch McLeod b. circa 1776 Achnacarnin, Assynt, Murdoch McLeod b.circa 1776. d.?