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Native American mtDNA Haplogroups A2, B2, C1, D1, and X

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Native American mtDNA Haplogroups A2, B2, C1, D1, and X

This group is for anyone who is interested in sharing information with others about Native American mtDNA haplogroups.

Members: 49
Latest Activity: Jun 13

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B2 3 Replies

Started by Michele. Last reply by Michele Jan 28, 2015.

Diego Blood Group 1 Reply

Started by Martha Gale Torregrossa. Last reply by Ruth Oct 11, 2014.

D1 4 Replies

Started by samuel gomez. Last reply by Patti Hall Sep 20, 2014.

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Comment by Sarah M Taylor on September 21, 2016 at 3:14pm

My great grandmother was Tlingit tribe from Wrangell Alaska, born in 1846. I am A2f.

Comment by solveig on April 15, 2015 at 9:20pm

I have mtdna A2. I was illegally adopted in Caracas, Venezuela and have no records of anyone in my birth family. Does anyone know what tribes have the A2 and where they currently reside?

Comment by Yva on January 27, 2015 at 11:47pm
Hello I did a DNA test through 23andme and my Haplogroup is B2.
Comment by Adrienne Lennox on June 19, 2014 at 10:40pm
Hello, I have a mtdna of D1. I know that my mothers family is from Camaguey Cuba. And I'm assuming that this is Taino. Can anyone spread some light on female D1 from Cuba?
Comment by Valerie Flores-Chavis on May 27, 2014 at 8:23am

Hi All, I am new here.  I did a DNA test to confirm some of my ancestors were Taino Indian.  I am Puerto Rican on both sides. C1b2 Here is my breakdown:

68.1% European

54.7% Southern European

5.4% Northern European

0.7% Ashkenazi

7.3% Nonspecific European

12.6% East Asian & Native American

9.8% Native American

0.2% East Asian

2.6% Nonspecific East Asian & Native American

11.1% Sub-Saharan African

10.1% West African

0.3% Central & South African

0.7% Nonspecific Sub-Saharan African

4.1% Middle Eastern & North African

3.5% North African

0.6% Nonspecific Middle Eastern & North

Comment by Susan Fitzmaurice on December 4, 2013 at 10:28pm

My son's results came back from 23 and Me and he is A2. He is adopted and his parents were from East Harlem and of Puerto Rican heritage with very dark skin/hair/eyes, while his is much lighter.  I'm finding the confirmation of his Puerto Rican heritage very exciting. I can't wait to learn more.

Comment by Gloria A Villamarzo on September 5, 2013 at 8:16pm

I am a member of Haplogroup A4. 

Are there any members of Haplogroup A4 in this forum?

Comment by Alvaro Alejandro Roncancio on September 4, 2013 at 4:56pm

Thought I would drop by on this site and add that I am from Colombia (living in the UK) and I just found out that I am haplogroup A2 on my maternal side. It is interesting since both my mum and sister often get confused for being asian or something here in the UK as the area I live in there is not many people of hispanic/native descent. I tested both HVR1 and HVR2. Still getting my head around this whole thing but I am learning good things!

Comment by Cris C on July 23, 2013 at 6:38pm

Hi, I have a very similar profile to Diane S. :B2b with a maternal line from Puerto Rico (San Juan - Rio Grande - Cabo Rojo) that is at least 220 years old.  

My mother and her family are also fair skinned, light hair and eyes.

I find this result a bit perplexing but totally cool!  Contact me if you want to compare notes.

Comment by Yvette Porter Moore on June 1, 2013 at 11:08pm

This is a follow-up on my Haplogroup B2.  The locations of my Native American Ancestry is Mexico, New Mexico and Arizona.  Oral History states that we are Apache and Yuchi.  Still trying to find the connection through documents.

 

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