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Danish Demes
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Lineages and Results of mtDNA Testing for Haplogroup J
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H (20 + 3) J (2) K (7) T (7) U (13) V (4)
Mitochondrial DNA Haplogroup J arose some 50,000 years ago in the Near East.  It spread across Europe along with the spread of agriculture some 10,000 years ago. 
So far, we have two Danish Demes project members who are Haplogroup J:
Deme Earliest Known Matrilineal Ancestor _n_
1 Anna Rasmusdatter (c1628-1704) — of Kolsgaard, Bisholt, Glud Sogn, Bjerre Herred, Vejle Amt, DK 1
2 Elisabeth Christensdatter (1711-1788 ) — of Ådum, Ådum Sogn, Nørre Horne Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, DK 1

Deme 1
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Differences from the CRS FGS Known Lineage
HVR1 HVR2
N11032 8XNPZ 69T, 126C     Pvt… [awaiting lineage] Anna Rasmusdatter (c1628-1704) — of Kolsgaard, Bisholt, Glud Sogn, Bjerre Herred, Vejle Amt, DK
#N11032 has a common haplotype with hundreds of matches in the FTDNA database.  Your project admin recommends testing HVR2 to get some separation from more distant kin.
Deme 2
Kit # MitoSearch
UserID
Differences from the Cambridge Reference Sequence FGS Known Lineage
HVR1 HVR2
150673 2PYYC 69T, 126C, 145A, 231C, 261T 73G, 146C, 150T, 152C, 195C, 215G, 263G, 295T, 310.1T, 315.1C, 319C, 489C, 513A, 573.1C, 573.2C   Pvt… [awaiting lineage] Elisabeth Christensdatter1 (1711-1788 ) — of Ådum, Ådum Sogn, Nørre Horne Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, DK
Our subject has hundreds of matches in HVR1, but none with HVR1+HVR2.

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