Whitney Family DNA Project, Results for Kit 7666
Test Subject Name
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-private-, -private-, -private-, Milton Whitney
|This person's DNA shows that he is a member of Haplogroup R1a1. This is a subset of Haplogroup R1a. It is common in Europe, Northern Central Asia and India. In Europe the highest frequencies are in Eastern Europe. Today it is found with its highest levels in Poland, Ukraine and Russia, where one out of two men has this haplogroup. Relatively high frequencies are also found in Northern Europe and it is believed to have been spread across Europe by the Indo-Europeans, which accounts for the existence of it in, among other places, the British Isles.
During the last ice age, groups of people are thought to have lived near the tree line in what is now northern Spain, the Middle East, and the Eurasian Steppes. As the ice melted, those populations moved north and distributed their unique haplogroups throughout Europe.
Based upon this information, this person's male line ancestors probably lived in the Eurasian Steppes about 20,000-30,000 years ago.
|DYS 393||DYS 390||DYS 19||DYS 391||DYS 385a||DYS 385b||DYS 426||DYS 388||DYS 439||DYS 389-1||DYS 392||DYS 389-2|
|DYS 458||DYS 459a||DYS 459b||DYS 455||DYS 454||DYS 447||DYS 437||DYS 448||DYS 449||DYS 446a||DYS 446b||DYS 446c||DYS 446d|
|DYS 460||GATA H4||YCA Iia||YCA Iib||DYS 456||DYS 607||DYS 576||DYS 570||CDY a||CDY b||DYS 442||DYS 438|
- The DNA results for this individual show that he is not related to the immigrant John Whitney or the immigrant Henry Whitney. In fact, he is unrelated to any other Whitney that has joined the DNA Study Project.