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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubhthach View Post
    Excellent presentation from Dr. Cathy Swift "Of Mice & Viking Men"
    I was in the audience for that. Very good indeed. I had a feeling that I knew what was coming, because I included the interesting mouse study in AJ, but she has much more to say. I'll happily watch it again.

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    Neolithic and Bronze Age migration to Ireland and establishment of the insular Atlantic genome

    Lara M. Cassidya,1, Rui Martinianoa,1, Eileen M. Murphyb, Matthew D. Teasdalea, James Malloryb, Barrie Hartwellb, and Daniel G. Bradleya,2

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    Modern Europe has been shaped by two episodes in prehistory, the advent of agriculture and later metallurgy. These innovations brought not only massive cultural change but also, in certain parts of the continent, a change in genetic structure. The manner in which these transitions affected the islands of Ireland and Britain on the northwestern edge of the continent remains the subject of debate. The first ancient whole genomes from Ireland, including two at high coverage, demonstrate that large-scale genetic shifts accompanied both transitions. We also observe a strong signal of continuity between modern day Irish populations and the Bronze Age individuals, one of whom is a carrier for the C282Y hemochromatosis mutation, which has its highest frequencies in Ireland today.

    I have written to the IDA team and asked them to incorporate these results prior to publication. If there is strong continuity between modern day Irish populations and the Bronze age individuals of Rathlin, then we should be able to extract a lot more information from projects such as IDA and POBI. I believe POBI should be updated to reflect the latest aDNA discoveries.

    https://www.pinterest.com/gerardcorc...lantic-genome/
    https://www.pinterest.com/gerardcorc...ish-dna-atlas/
    https://www.pinterest.com/gerardcorcoran/atlantic-dna/
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    Hello,
    this is my first post here and I'm new to DNA but I was just confirmed R-A223 today and picked up on the reference to it's emergence in Carrick/Galloway.......I'm a Kelly living in Galway with an oldest known male Kelly ancestor was born in Galway 1781 as is another recent A223 positive Kelly testee living in the USA who also has an oldest Kelly male ancestor born in Galway 1815 about 20 miles away from my own oldest male ancestor, there is a genetic distance of 3 between us on y37......he has also tested A-822 downstream of A-223. Is Kelly a surname that is known in this area of Scotland. My 1781 ancestor lived in the middle of Kelly Ui Maine territory but neither myself of the Kelly gentleman in the USA seem to be connected to any Galway/Roscommon Kelly's, Laois/Southern Kelly's, Meath Kelly's in the FTDNA Kelly Project.

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    I organised a visit to Epic Ireland CHQ for the ISOGG crew and GGI2015 speakers last October. Here is a preview of the exhibit which will open in May 2016 and hopefully we will visit the live event following GGI2016.
    We will try to introduce some Genetic Genealogy stories.
    Perhaps the Irish DNA Atlas or the Bell Beaker story. I have a particular preference for Ely O Carroll and DF21.

    http://epicirelandchq.com/
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    When are they ever going to release more information on this? I hope we don't have to wait too much longer.

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    Ed Gilbert will give an update on the Irish DNA Atlas at WDYTYA in Birmingham NEC on Friday 8th April.

    http://cruwys.blogspot.hk/2016/03/th...o-you.html?m=1
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    What happened to the test results of the Guinness family? I forget the current leading family member's name (Patrick?). Didn't he say something about possibly being DF41+? What happened to that? Any updates?

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    I could be wrong but I think Patrick Guinness in one of the GGI talks mentioned his line was M222+ -- again I could be remembering wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubhthach View Post
    I could be wrong but I think Patrick Guinness in one of the GGI talks mentioned his line was M222+ -- again I could be remembering wrong.
    Paul,
    You will be happy to know that his line is DF41.
    However I don't know if that means he will sponsor a Guinness for the DF41 family on St Patrick's day.
    His Guinness line is related to the McCartan and Dunleavy line of Downpatrick.
    General de Gaulles McCartan line is related to the chiefly McCartans of that area. He is featured in Epic Ireland.
    I suggested to Patrick that he upgrade to Big Y and update the genetic genealogy component of his book Arthur's Round which is the biography of his famous ancestor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heber View Post
    Paul,
    You will be happy to know that his line is DF41.
    However I don't know if that means he will sponsor a Guinness for the DF41 family on St Patrick's day.
    Don't think the other-half will be too impressed when I give her that excuse
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