I have 22 matches now at FT DNA and 60% of these (some are unknown) trace back to the 1772 migration of Scot-Irish from County Antrim Ireland to the Carolinas under the direction of the Reverend William Martin. Rebecca Martin is the furtherest back ancestor for two in this group (no known relationship to the Reverend Martin. She married Alexander Peden (well established pedigree). There are two who trace directly back to County Antrim and another three who trace back to Argyll Scotland. The Blood of the Isles database has two exact matches (HVRI is significant for this group) at Argyll Scotland. Anyone interested in chatting about this interesting subclade of H11? H11 is considered to be one of the oldest subclades of H and approximately 48,000 years old. On my Full Genetic Scan (FGS), I do not have any perfect matches but several close ones (I have an extra mutation) plus I have coding region matches with several published papers that collected samples in Ossettia.