"Thanks for the information Peiternella. I'm also somewhat unusual on the Y side where I'm Q1a3*.
At FTDNA my mtDNA matches page shows 2 low resolution matches on HVR1, 2 low resolution matches on HVR2 but no high resolution HVR1+ HVR2…"
I'd like to understand better why you've put that haplotype into H6a1a1 instead of stopping at H6a1a*. Can you explain that part a little more?
For mtDNA haplotypes that have an upstream SNP missing when it…"
"Is this a 'trick' question? :)
Here's how I'd figure it (without even assuming that the H6 you've provided is correct):
Start at rCRS
A263G, A8860G, A15326G ---> H2a2
A750G ---> H2a
A4769G ---> H2
"Just thought I'd let you know that my mtDNA FGS was published at GenBank yesterday. The GenBank accession number for my sequence is HM034770.1.
GenBank is reluctant to publish the submitter's name as a co-author because of the potential…"
"Hello Peiternella, Thanks for your comments. I tested with FTDNA. I agree that H1F is defined by 4452C, 7309C, 9066G and 16093C. The reason I'm H* is that I do not have 3010A which is required for H1. Regards, Mardon"
"Just joined here so here's my info:
mtDNA haplogroup H*
HVR1: 16093C, 16212G, 16438A, 16519C
HVR2: 150T, 159C, 243G, 263G, 315.1C
CR: 750G, 1438G, 4769G, 8860G, 15326G
My known maternal line:
Mary Cox, b. abt 1801, Wateringbury, Kent,…"