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mtDNA haplogroup X

Anyone belonging to mtDNA haplogroup X regardless of geographic origin or sub-haplogroup (this would include both X1 and X2 sub-branches).

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Comment by Roland Ingemar Fahlgren on October 21, 2011 at 1:12am

Hello

 

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Brita Abrahamsdotter was born about 1630 in aa village called Hemmingsmark in Piteå parish.She belongs to haplogrroup X2 and her markers I beleve is X2c.Hemmingsmark is in northern Sweden..

Are ther anyone who is related to her. Haplogruoup X2c is a rare and scattered haplogroup all over Europe.

Comment by Michelle Horton nee Dumas on February 19, 2010 at 10:12pm
Ugo, I talked to you on the phone about a month ago. I had my DNA testing done when Scott Woodward was putting his database together. According to the information that I recieved I am from N, sub X2a.
I really would like to know more about the migration pattern. I have read alot of information and I find that they have found X2 in Orkney Islands. One of my ancestors came from Ophir, Orkney and joined in with the Hudson Bay Company, and came over to Canada and married a Native American by the name os Elizabeth Saulteaux in 1821, supposedly at Beaver Creek. Thanks for your time and information.. I will look more into the articles you listed..Michelle
Comment by Ugo A. Perego on February 19, 2010 at 4:18pm
Also, are you from haplogroup X2? Where did you have your DNA tested? What subclade of X2? Thanks.
Comment by Ugo A. Perego on February 19, 2010 at 4:17pm
Hi Michelle. Sorry for the long time in replying. I don't check GenealogyWise as often as I should. I am sure there are several websites discussing mtDNA haplogroup X2. I would recommend the following science articles: Reidla et al. AJHG 2003; Perego et al. Current Biology 2009. If you can access a university library you should be able to get a copy of these articles. They might also be available online.
Comment by Michelle Horton nee Dumas on December 11, 2009 at 11:26am
I am very interested in learning more about this X2 sub-haplo group, are there any websites that you recommend reading? Thanks. Michelle
 

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