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Haplogroup G

Haplogroup G is a Y chromosome DNA haplogroup, a branch of the family of modern humans on the male side. Men and their male descendants belonging to a Y-DNA haplogroup are closely related to each other on the patrilineal (father-to-son only) side.

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Latest Activity: Apr 29, 2013

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Comment by Itai Perez on April 29, 2011 at 8:10am
Hello. Welcome to all. I'm Itai Perez and my paternal ancestors are tunisian jews. I tested at 23andme and FTDNA (YDNA-37). From that I know so far that I am G2a but neither G2a1, G2a2 nor G2a3. I am waiting for my L91 test to see if I am G2a4...
Comment by Alexander Retzlaff on September 23, 2009 at 12:21pm
I did an upgrade, my haplogroup is G2a3b* - Shorthand P-303.
Comment by Alexander Retzlaff on September 10, 2009 at 11:12am
My confirmed haplogroup: G2a
Shorthand: G-P15
Comment by Peter Allan Bell on August 11, 2009 at 1:32am
I will hunt down my haplogroup G information tomorrow. Bedtime now.
Comment by Zorknapp on July 15, 2009 at 7:46pm
Here's my information...

G2a3b* group, (P303+) and more specifically to its DYS568=9 subgroup and even more specifically as part of the grouping of DYS568=9 persons who do not cluster into other subgroups.

All these letters are so exciting! ;)

Comment by Phillip Roderick on July 14, 2009 at 6:04pm
Now down to the G stuff.
At present I am one of those that is P303+ but come form the oddity that is DYS594= 11 group.
This seems to be largely Welsh / Swiss.
Comment by Phillip Roderick on July 14, 2009 at 5:59pm
HI Peter thanks for the quick response. I only joined GW this morning via a totally different subject and a quick browse found a genetic group.
Comment by Zorknapp on July 13, 2009 at 5:54pm
I just sent in for the Kit Number, as my Genographic GPID number does not start with an N. I'll see what I hear back from FTDNA...

Comment by Peter T. Christy on July 13, 2009 at 5:20pm

There is no cost to transfer your results to FTDNA ... their lab did the testing for the Genographic Project! If you have received a Kit Number from FTDNA that begins with the letter 'N' (e.g., N12345) you are eligible to join FTDNA projects for your surname, haplogroup, geography, ethnicity, etc.

As of this writing there is no Haplogroup G Project member named Lord so it seems you have not joined. May I suggest that you do? Thanks!

You will need your FTDNA Kit Number and Password ... if you have misplaced the latter you may recover it using your Kit Number and email address at:

Thanks also for explaining your assumptions about being related. I have come to appreciate the "the dark side" of relatedness, i.e., unknown or unexpected relations so I don't assume that we have already found people to whom we are closely related. As the expression goes ... one out of every five Father's Day cards is misaddressed. There are many who have not found their relations ... even if they don't realize they haven't.

Comment by J. Blair Cherry, Jr. on July 13, 2009 at 5:06pm
Thanks for the invite, Peter.

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