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    So I sent my saliva for 23andme to analyze on Christmas. Part of the reason why I tested with them was to get my Haplogroups. I saw some people got their haplogroups from other websites. I am mainly interested in my MtDNA haplogroup because it does not match on all the websites I’ve been on. My Y-dna haplogroups have been matching. Does anyone have websites that can predict your MtDNA haplogroups ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinNazir View Post
    So I sent my saliva for 23andme to analyze on Christmas. Part of the reason why I tested with them was to get my Haplogroups. I saw some people got their haplogroups from other websites. I am mainly interested in my MtDNA haplogroup because it does not match on all the websites I’ve been on. My Y-dna haplogroups have been matching. Does anyone have websites that can predict your MtDNA haplogroups ??
    so did you get the info you wanted? I'm curious, and a bit bored xd
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    I only know of the website user Kriptc06 provided, it's pretty decent and gives you top 5 predictions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kriptc06 View Post
    so did you get the info you wanted? I'm curious, and a bit bored xd
    1) H55a
    2) H90
    3) H6a1a4

    When I looked them up, they are identified as Southwest Asian and European. Which is kinda weird since I am African American, but it kinda makes sense. There were White women indetured servants in colonial period that mixed with African men in the Upper south of the United States (which is a region i live in).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinNazir View Post
    1) H55a
    2) H90
    3) H6a1a4

    When I looked them up, they are identified as Southwest Asian and European. Which is kinda weird since I am African American, but it kinda makes sense. There were White women indetured servants in colonial period that mixed with African men in the Upper south of the United States (which is a region i live in).
    mm, apart from H90, which I couldn't find much info, H55a and H6a1a4 are very European, H is in fact the most common mtdna for europeans.
    can you send me what you found about one of them being Southwest Asian? also sothwest asia has deep links with europe since antiquity.

    thanks.
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