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Welcome to everyone interested in the mtDNA Haplogroup U. If your mitochondrial DNA tests said you are in Haplogroup U, you're part of "Clan Ursula," to use Brian Sykes' terminology. Please join this discussion by sharing your mtDNA results -- and where and how far back you've traced your maternal ancestry. Just mother's mother's mother and so on. It will be interesting to compare and learn.
Barbara

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Not sure what format you'd like, but here goes:

Haplogroup - U5
HVR1 differences from CRS
16144C 16189C 16270T
HVR2 differences from CRS
73G 150T 263G 315.1C

Larry Davies (me)
Marianne Rueth
Alice Taylor
Elsa Paakkonen
My results are: U5b1b
16189C
16192T
16270T
16320T
73G
150T
263G
309.1C
315.1C
I was able to go back to about 1825 with my 3rd great grandmother, I am estimating her birth year.
On her marriage certificate it states that she was adopted, she was born in Arenales Altos, Isabela Puerto Rico.
Tested @ FTDNA
Haplogroup - U*
HVR1 differences from CRS
16189C, 16325C

Maternal lineage:

Minerva Dilba [b. 1842, MO]
Elizabeth Callaway [b. 1873, MO; d. 1957, OK]
Alta Elgerine Fleming [b. 1900, IT/OK; d. 1985, OK]
Living Mann
ME

Minerva is my 3xGreat Grandmother. I know very little about her and the DILBA surname is extremely elusive. I have no clue as to the origins of the surname or if it is, in fact, her actual surname. I would welcome any help or advice on this subject as well as tips or hints in making the most of my mtDNA test results.
Hi,

My Haplogroup is U5 and my testing was done at FTDNA

HVR1 Differences from CRS

16189C
16218T
16234T
16270T
16311C
16335G
16336A

HRV2 Differences from CRS

55A
73G
150T
263G
309.1C
309.2C
315.1C

My Maternal Lineage is:

Wendy Nye Ramirez (Me)
Mary Elaine Ellis (1928-2002)
Gladys Myrtle Morris (1904-1973)
Martha Ann Sheaks (1867-1949)
Mary Jane Brown (1846-1918)
Temperance Douglass (1819-1894)
Catherine Evans (1775-1833)

All from Ohio and Indiana, so far I have no matches to anyone in the FTDNA database, Ancestry.com Database, Y-Search or Y-Base Databases?

Take Care

Wendy

Wendy
Hi Haplogroup U
Just learning and still not sure how to read all these numbers. 73 A,185A,.189G,204 C,263G,315.1 C, 16256T,16270T,16311C,16362C,16399G
Am searching Hall, Tackett, Mullins, Cornelius, Creed,Gilbert, Prillaman, Also Cherokee Indian

I am new here and had my mtDNA done at Ancestry where they told me I was from Haplogroup "U"  only.  Nothing after it.  My materal surnames are:

Bishop - lived in Alabama, migrating from Georgia and South Carolina

Allen - lived in Alabama coming from Georgia,

Stockton - migrating from Rutherford, NC through Georgia into Alabama and some going out west into Texas and other states

Callahan - coming from Ireland into Rowan Co., and Rutherford Co., NC into Georgia and Alabama

McMurray -  North Carolina

McMurray - coming from Scotland into Rutherford Co., NC

 

 And all this is mother, her mother, her mother etc.

Just got this Haplogroup Analysis back from James Lick.  Tested at 23&Me.

Haplogroup - U5b3

HVR1:  16270T,16304G,16311C

HVR2:  73G,150T,228A,263G

Earliest female ancestor known:  Mary Willlingham, VA: Narcissa D. Nantz, VA,KY,MO; Mary Wingfield Claybrook, MO, TX; Lilly Barry, MO, TX; Stella B. McKisick, TX; Lillamae Younger, TX: Me. 

U5b2a1a1a

HVR1:16311C

HVR2: 73G, 150T, 263G, 315.1C

kit f290151 on gedmatch

uploaded to mitosearch and tested with ftdna

autosomal tests with ancestry and ftdna 

MTDNA line Blackman (Wayne Co. also called Dobbs) NC 1750> Alford>Carraway>Ford>Wilson> Hooks> Land

My son decided to do a DNA test because we know so little of our Ancestry. His maternal side (ME) showed me to be subgroup U5b2a2 of Haplogorup U5. Now I want to find out just what that means. I am very new to this type of research. As far as I know, my mothers family was from the North Carolina area.

 

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