Category: MtDNA Haplogroup H1-16189C

Categories: MtDNA Haplogroup H

The Haplogroup H has to date 10 defined subclades, broken down by what is called coding region mutations. Of those 10 defined clades they create at current a phylogenetic tree of 267 coding region sequences as published (Loogväli et al. 2004). The subclades of Haplogroup H tend to show characteristic regional distribution. Thus, H1 and H3 are common in western Europe, having expanded after the LGM from the Franco-cantabrian refugium (Achilli et al. 2004; Loogväli et al. 2004; Pereira et al. 2005),

H1-16189C is beholden to a back mutation, making it neither truly H1, nor any of its children clades. H1-16189C, is the birther of H1b, among three others as highlighted in this graphic. As mentioned above H1-16189C is of highest count among the Basque population in the France/Spanish border. It's date of origin is considered to be 5,000 BCE making it akin to the Late Epipaleolithic and Early Neolithic cultures of the Iberian Peninsula. This age is known for early domestication of animals and agricultural farming.

Haplogroup H11619c

Person Profiles (14)

04 Mar 1814 Johnstone, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, United Kingdom - 01 Jan 1874
16 Mar 1889 Assiginack Twp, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada - 27 Sep 1967 photo
05 Dec 1867 Wingham, Ontario, Canada - 18 Feb 1951 photo
1980s Privacy Level: Private with Public Biography and Family Tree (Yellow) photo Active member14001
14 Nov 1754 Glencairn, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
28 May 1754 Kirkbean, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland - aft 1785
27 Apr 1777 Glencairn, Dumfries-shire, Scotland - abt 1851
Living Jones photo
08 Mar 1908 Manitowaning, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada - 14 Mar 1964 photo
abt 14 Dec 1696 Hillhead, Troqueer, Kirkcudbright, Scotland - aft 1722
25 May 1843 Galashiels, Selkirkshire, Scotland - 02 Jun 1906 photo
abt 1655 Scotland - bef 1698
abt 1720 Glencairn, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

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