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From: "David Willis" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] R1b, Surnames, and Ancient Origins ["Scores"]
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2003 19:45:28 -0800
References: <MBBBKEMCJJJOGAFMIOHKIEFICDAA.alastair@dnaheritage.com>


This is a correction of the numbers I posted in a note earlier today.

This is regarding whether my "I" (as in Idaho) Y-DNA haplotype might
indicate Norman deep ancestry.

The Willis HgI*M170 signature for 25 DNA markers tested by Family Tree DNA
is as follows:

FTDNA Actual
Score Repeats

393: 6 14
390: 8 24
19: 6 15
391: 5 10
385a: 9 15
385b: 9 15
426: 4 11
388: 5 13
439: 3 11
389-1: 6 14
392: 6 12
389-2: 7 8
458: 7 10
459a: 6 11
459b: 8 11
455: 7 25
454: 8 14
447: 9 20
437: 7 27
448: 9 11
449: 7 14
464a: 11 14

Ann and Alistair, thank you for telling me how to convert the FTDNA score to
the actual number of repeats . Alan D, David F. or others, can you offer
any thoughts?


Dave Willis



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