Alex K. Katiraie Ancestry

Haplogroups of Father Side

Haplogroups of Mother Side

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Source: 23andme.com (DNA Test)

The Wright Brothers of the United States belonged to Y-DNA haplogroup E1b1b1, subclade E1b1b1a2 (V13)
Albert Einstein belonged to haplogroup E1b1b1b2
Famous English physician William Harvey belonged to Y-DNA haplogroup E1b1b1, more specifically to the subclade E1b1b1c1
Wright Brothers
Napoleon Bonaparte
Wright Brothers
Napoleon Bonaparte
William Harvey Albert Einstein
William Harvey (1 April 1578 – 3 June 1657) was an English physician. He was the first to describe completely and in detail the systemic circulation and properties of blood being pumped to the brain and body by the heart, though earlier writers had provided precursors of the theory.
Albert Einstein
Father side: E1b1b1 haplogroup emigrated from North Africa to Middle East and Europe.  My mother side Haplogroup H is the most common mtDNA haplogroup in Europe. The majority of the European populations have an overall haplogroup H frequency of 40%–50%.  H13 haplogroup are also being found in the Caucasus (Georgia and Azerbaijan). They are quite rare.

From another H13a1a1a Haplogroup mameber:

"I'm H13a1a1a, part of the Eastern European group from Baisogala, Lithuania, including my cousins, son, and brother. I have some Balkan, Austro-Hungarian, Southern and Eastern European, with a bit of Northern Europe DNA as well. Incidentally, 3.9% Ashkenazi shows up in my DNA. My son has 1.7% Ashkenazi. It's apparently coming from our maternal line. I understand that H13 is a rare haplogroup found in the Caucuses of Eastern Europe and way beyond to Asia. One of the reported characteristics of this haplogroup is that when its people settled, they remained in their particular area. Since it shows up rarely, you may not even see it mentioned in online DNA studies. I believe that one reason why we're not seeing much of this H13 could be that many Lithuanians, Polish, Russians and other people of the Caucuses were killed during WWII. My people emigrated to the US around the Turn of the Century."

From another H13a1a1a Haplogroup mameber:

"I am also H13a1a1a I've not found how my Mother’s family goes back to the Caucasus region, so far it does lead back to Scandinavia and is of course in England, goes into Normandy before going back into England. I'm still tracing it. I did not do my Fathers DNA so I am a little confused because my paternal grandmother is Finnish and I have many, many relatives who are Irish and Scandinavian on my Father’s side. I'm wondering if somehow that is all picked up even though the DNA is mitochondrial. Does anyone know?"

From another H13a1a1a Haplogroup mameber:

LindseyC also responded to the story "H13a1a1a":

"Hello, my maternal side is also H13a1a1a. From research I've done for this side the furthest I've been able to go back shows 1/2 Polish, 1/2 German/French."


From another H13a1a1a Haplogroup mameber:

treehugger0131 also responded to the story "H13a1a1a":

"I am also H13a1a1a.  My maternal side arrived in the US around 1629 and were of Welsh, English, French, and German with some Finnish and Scandinavian descent. They helped found RI and some were Green Mountain Boys in the revolutionary war."


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