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    So yeah, I have made a spreadsheet about the haplogroups which are found in the Dutch Caribbean, I am not done since I need to change some things and I hope that I can update my list if more of my people will test. This doesnt represent the haplogroups for all of my folks since most of my people havent been tested. If yall have any questions regarding the haplogroups which are found or the history of my people, let me know and I will answer. Funny how when I did a dna test, I didnt have any amerindian, but my sister does (2%). I am not that active anymore on this forum, bit I thought since I was making this and also because the majority of the members of 23admeforums doesnt care about this stuff, I thought let me post it here instead. Anyway have a nice day.

    For now it looks:
    No African paternal haplogroups (would be high)
    No Amerindian paternal haplogroups (Could be very well present, but will be a minority)
    European y-dna and African mtdna being the majority

    What I will suspect what will change if more will do a test:
    The SSA haplogroups to be way higher, especially the mtdna.
    Amerindian mtdna to be more higher (especially in ABC islands)
    European y-dna to more predominant then African y-dna
    Non-SSA, Euro, Amerindian haplogroups to be higher, since the ABC islands (SSS not so much) are more multicultural/racial.


    Link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
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    interesting, almost all their ydna are european, wouldve guessed like at least half of them to be SSA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celph Titled View Post
    interesting, almost all their ydna are european, wouldve guessed like at least half of them to be SSA
    Well if more people will test it will show some African ydna.

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    New haplogroups added: mtdna K1a4a1a, mtdna J1c3a, ydna R-L21, ydna I-M438, mtdna L3e2b1a, Q-M346 and R-M405, U5a1a (mtDNA), R-M269, L3e2b (mtDNA), T-M70 today.

    Total:
    17 European yDNAs. 2 Asian yDNAs 0 Amerindian yDNAs, 0 African yDNAs, 1 MENA yDNAs. Not that diverse (not surprised).

    6 Amerindian mtDNAs, 11 European mtDNAs, 15 Sub-Saharan African mtDNA's, and still 1 mtDNA which could be of either North African or Sub-Saharan origin. Very diverse, but again not surprised.
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    Added two charts to the Spreadsheet and added the amount of which haplogroup have been found.
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