This page serves as a repository for Y-DNA information pertaining to the Glasgow surname. It aggregates data from various genealogical and genetic resources, aiming to provide a platform for individuals interested in exploring the genetic lineage and connections of the Glasgow surname through Y-DNA analysis.
Glasgow Surname Y-DNA Project
- See the Glasgow Ancient YDNA page to follow the journey from Y-Adam to the Glasgow Ancestral Haplogroup R-S20045, this page will pick up from there.
- The primary data source for this project is the Glasgow Surname Group on FamilyTreeDNA, where a total of 20 individuals with the Glasgow surname have been sequenced; comprising 14xy111 and 6xBigY sequences.
- For a graphical representation of the surname distribution, you may refer to the surname chart.
- For community engagement and discussion, feel free to join the Glasgow Groups.io.
There are currently only 12 downstream decendents from R-S20045
- R-S14827 (~380CE) earliests ancestor is Carl Frederik Wilhelm Carlsen (abt.1812-1842)
- R-FT4811 (~990CE) earliests ancestor is Alexander Churnside (1838-abt.1873)
- R-FT32941(~1070CE) earliests ancestor is Duffield (~1500s)
- R-FT25406 (~1440CE) earliests ancestor is Jeremiah Glasgo (abt.1713-1777)
From this we can determine the Glasgow surname appeared somewhere between 1070 and 1450 CE.
This is inline with the first apperances of the Glasgow surname which you can dive into back on the main Glasgow Surname Study page
Tools for Exploration
Below are several tools that facilitate a more nuanced exploration of YDNA comparisons:
- A comprehensive list of YDNA tools is available at ISOGG Y-DNA Tools.
- Engage in genetic and anthropological discussions on the Anthrogenica forums: Genetic & Anthropology Discussion Forum.
- For guidance on How to upload your Big Y data to the Y-DNA Warehouse, follow the provided link.
- A guide on Recent human genetic anthropology
The ydnagroupingapp is a user-friendly tool for Y-DNA data exploration. Download the FTDNA page as HTML (right click - save as HTML), then navigate to ydnagroupingapp to upload and examine relationships in more detail.
STR Match Finder
Discover genetic matches using the STR Match Finder tool:
- Navigate to 
- Under 'YSEQ', select all (or specific groups you wish to query against)
- Expand `Tabular Data` and paste the Glasgow surname YDNA results from the FTDNA page
- In 'Query', paste your STR columns containing **numbers only** and hit 'Parse'
- Choose the level of test (11, 25, 37, 67,111) under 'Markers to Compare'
- Hit 'Find Matches'
Hierarchical Clustering Dendrogram
|M Glasgow's Hierarchical Clustering dendrogram|
Compare the kit numbers listed to discern relational clusters among the sequences.