DNA Ancestors View for Heinrich Philipp Zimmermann

Here is how Heinrich Philipp Zimmermann inherited his yDNA Y chromosome, xDNA X chromosome and mtDNA mitochondrial DNA. (For auDNA autosomal DNA see Philipp's full family tree.)   more information Help



Y Chromosome

The Y chromosome is passed down from father to son. Here are Philipp's direct paternal line ancestors.   more information Help

Johann Philipp Zimmermann descendants (abt 1828 - )
  Johann Adam Zimmermann descendants (abt 1806 - abt 1835)
    Friedrich Zimmermann descendants (1775 - )
      [Second Great-Grandfather Unknown]
        [Third Great-Grandfather Unknown]
          [Fourth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
            [Fifth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              [Sixth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
                [Seventh Great-Grandfather Unknown]

Mitochondrial DNA

Mitochondrial DNA is passed down from mother to child. Here are Philipp's direct maternal line ancestors.   more information Help

Anna Elisabeth Adler descendants (abt 1828 - )
  Anna Maria Unknown descendants (abt 1801 - )
    [Great-Grandmother Unknown]
      [Second Great-Grandmother Unknown]
        [Third Great-Grandmother Unknown]
          [Fourth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
              [Sixth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
                [Seventh Great-Grandmother Unknown]

X Chromosome

Males inherit one X chromosome from their mother. Females inherit one from their mother and one from their father. Here are seven generations of ancestors who could have contributed to Philipp's X DNA and their approximate average percentage of contribution. These are adapted from Blaine Bettinger's X-DNA charts.   more information Help

  100% — Anna Elisabeth Adler descendants (abt 1828 - )
    50% — Heinrich Peter Adler descendants (abt 1794 - )
      50% — [Non-Biological Great-Grandmother]
    50% — Anna Maria Unknown descendants (abt 1801 - )
      25% — [Great-Grandfather Unknown]
        25% — [Second Great-Grandmother Unknown]
          12.5% — [Third Great-Grandfather Unknown]
            12.5% — [Fourth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
              6.25% — [Fifth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              6.25% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
          12.5% — [Third Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            6.25% — [Fourth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              6.25% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            6.25% — [Fourth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
      25% — [Great-Grandmother Unknown]
        12.5% — [Second Great-Grandfather Unknown]
          12.5% — [Third Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            6.25% — [Fourth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              6.25% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            6.25% — [Fourth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
        12.5% — [Second Great-Grandmother Unknown]
          6.25% — [Third Great-Grandfather Unknown]
            6.25% — [Fourth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
          6.25% — [Third Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            3.125% — [Fourth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              3.125% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
            3.125% — [Fourth Great-Grandmother Unknown]
              1.5625% — [Fifth Great-Grandfather Unknown]
              1.5625% — [Fifth Great-Grandmother Unknown]

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