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Haplogroup U

For people who are in mtDNA Haplogroup U

Website: http://www.workingdogweb.com/U5-Haplogroup-Ursula.htm
Members: 38
Latest Activity: Jun 21, 2016

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Tracing Your Maternal Ancestry 9 Replies

Started by Barbara Bradley Petura. Last reply by Carol Kirkland Jan 20, 2014.

Testing Your mtDNA 1 Reply

Started by Barbara Bradley Petura. Last reply by Ruth Jul 19, 2009.

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Comment by M. McCollum on August 28, 2009 at 12:33pm
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.
Comment by Lisa Donahue on August 1, 2009 at 7:41pm
Hello!
I just recently tested with FTDNA. I am U5a1 and so far have no exact matches even at the HVR1 level (had the full FGS). I am looking forward to learning as much as I can about this haplotype!
Comment by William Bernard Allen on July 21, 2009 at 11:09pm
Nice info on your blog Debbie. I am having trouble finding info on this U4 haplogroup. Much easier to find information about my Y line. (I2a1)
Comment by William Bernard Allen on July 21, 2009 at 11:06pm
Greetings All! I just recieved my results from Familytreedna and I am U4. I dont see too much info on the internet about this Haplogroup so here I am to learn and share. Thanks for setting this group up!
Comment by Ruth on July 17, 2009 at 12:05pm
Hi Barbara,
I am U5b1b, I tested with 23andme and FTDNA. I was assigned to the same Haplogroups from both companies.
Comment by Emily Doolin Aulicino on July 12, 2009 at 5:35pm
I run the U5a1_FGS Project at Family Tree DNA. This project is for anyone who has tested their full mtDNA and matches the signatures currently posted on the sit. As a small group we are trying to work together to find our common ancestor. As we all know mtDNA is so slow to mutate that you really need the full genome sequence in most cases with a lot of luck to find that common ancestor, but it has been done.

Please check the website and compare your marker results.

U5a1_FGS Project site: www.familytreedna.com/public/U5a1-FGS/

Email me directly with any questions and check out my blogs below.

Thank you,
Emily
aulicino@hevanet.com

If you do not hear from me in a timely manner, just write again...I was buried in email. LOL
http://writingyourmemories.blogspot.com/
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Northwest Regional Coordinator and Speaker for ISOGG (www.isogg.org)
Administrator for twelve FTDNA DNA Projects
Comment by Emily Doolin Aulicino on July 12, 2009 at 5:28pm
I'm interested in connecting with anyone who has done their full mtDNA and are at least a U5a1 according to Family Tree DNA.
Comment by Debbie Kennett on July 12, 2009 at 1:17pm
Hi Barbara, I did do a piece on my blog about my mtDNA results which you can read if you're interested. You will find the posting here.
Comment by Joan Foster on July 12, 2009 at 1:09pm
I'm following the testing of a relative who is U5a1a. We have only been able to trace his maternal line to his GGG Grandmother, b. 1813 in Atchinson, Kansas
Comment by Barbara Bradley Petura on July 11, 2009 at 8:39pm
Helpful resource on the U Haplogroup: The Wikipedia entry on the mtDNA Haplogroup U lists U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U6, U7 and U8. Click to read.
 

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