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By oldcar53 - Posted on 11 March 2009

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1 differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate your assistance.

Alicia

Alicia, I also am Haplo Group A but apparently we are not a match, boy, would that have been something to celebrate! 
 
Not sure if you noticed in the link section go to DNA and then Indigenous DNA.  It has a chart showing the migration patterns and the bands that make up each group including the one in Mexico.  It's at the very end of the article but very, very interesting..
 
Linda in Everett

--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Alicia Carrillo wrote:

From: Alicia Carrillo
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 10:21 PM

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now
join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A
which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found
among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial
lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess
thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an
American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a
sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the
gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels
and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she
says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel
now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two
from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1
differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA
testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature
other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate
your assistance.

Alicia

Alicia and Linda in Everett,

My mother-in-law is also Haplogroup A. Her mtDNA test results are posted on Gary Felix' FamilyTreeDNA site for mtDNA, Kit # 102201.

Pat Silva Corbera

----- Original Message -----
From: "Erlinda Castanon-Long"
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 12:49:54 AM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia, I also am Haplo Group A but apparently we are not a match, boy, would that have been something to celebrate! 
 
Not sure if you noticed in the link section go to DNA and then Indigenous DNA.  It has a chart showing the migration patterns and the bands that make up each group including the one in Mexico.  It's at the very end of the article but very, very interesting..
 
Linda in Everett

--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Alicia Carrillo wrote:

From: Alicia Carrillo
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 10:21 PM

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now
join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A
which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found
among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial
lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess
thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an
American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a
sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the
gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels
and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she
says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel
now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two
from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1
differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA
testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature
other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate
your assistance.

Alicia

Alicia,
If you and your brothers have the same mother, they do not need to characterized their mtDNA. Is the same yours, and also the same as your grandmother, greatgrandmother....or the sons and daughters from the female side (e.g., if your mother has a sister, her children will share your mtDNA. The analogous situation would be with the Y-chromosome. As long as their is only one father, thats all you need.

Jaime

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alicia Carrillo"
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 12:21:51 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1 differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate your assistance.

Alicia

Thanks Jaime,

I realize that their mt DNA would be the same as mine, I just want to see if the outcome is the same or similar. I want to put the test to the test to see how true it is. My skepticism makes me want to double check??

Thanks again,
Alicia

________________________________
From: Jaime R. Alvarado
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 5:28:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia,
If you and your brothers have the same mother, they do not need to characterized their mtDNA. Is the same yours, and also the same as your grandmother, greatgrandmother....or the sons and daughters from the female side (e.g., if your mother has a sister, her children will share your mtDNA. The analogous situation would be with the Y-chromosome. As long as their is only one father, thats all you need.

Jaime

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alicia Carrillo"
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 12:21:51 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1 differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate your assistance.

Alicia

Linda,

We're sisters in spirit, what an honor to share my haplogroup with such illustrious people on this group.
I will surely go to the links section to read the chart. I've already corresponded with three of the people that are a match with my DNA and am very excited to know a little more about them.

Thanks Again,
Alicia

________________________________
From: Erlinda Castanon-Long
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 12:49:54 AM
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia, I also am Haplo Group A but apparently we are not a match, boy, would that have been something to celebrate!

Not sure if you noticed in the link section go to DNA and then Indigenous DNA. It has a chart showing the migration patterns and the bands that make up each group including the one in Mexico. It's at the very end of the article but very, very interesting..

Linda in Everett

--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Alicia Carrillo wrote:

From: Alicia Carrillo
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 10:21 PM

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now
join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A
which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found
among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial
lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess
thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an
American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a
sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the
gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels
and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she
says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel
now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two
from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1
differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA
testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature
other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate
your assistance.

Alicia

Pat,

Thanks for your reply. If I remember correctly your husband was from the Jalpa Tlaltenango area or maybe I'm wrong, in which case we would be neighbors. Jalpa is a 30 minute drive from Tlachichila, my ancestors hometown.

As I said last night, i'm pumped with excitement.
Alicia

________________________________
From: Pat Corbera
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com; longsjourney@yahoo.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:07:53 AM
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia and Linda in Everett,

My mother-in-law is also Haplogroup A. Her mtDNA test results are posted on Gary Felix' FamilyTreeDNA site for mtDNA, Kit # 102201.

Pat Silva Corbera

----- Original Message -----
From: "Erlinda Castanon-Long"
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 12:49:54 AM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia, I also am Haplo Group A but apparently we are not a match, boy, would that have been something to celebrate!

Not sure if you noticed in the link section go to DNA and then Indigenous DNA. It has a chart showing the migration patterns and the bands that make up each group including the one in Mexico. It's at the very end of the article but very, very interesting..

Linda in Everett

--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Alicia Carrillo wrote:

From: Alicia Carrillo
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 10:21 PM

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now
join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A
which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found
among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial
lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess
thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an
American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a
sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the
gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels
and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she
says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel
now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two
from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1
differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA
testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature
other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate
your assistance.

Alicia

Hi Alicia,

My husband, Florentino (Tino) Corbera's mother was from Nochistlan, and his fahter's family from Momax, Zacatecas...

What is your mtDNA Kit Number, so that I can compare the mtDNA test results...

Pat Silva Corbera
Tracy CA USA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alicia Carrillo"
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 8:35:09 PM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Pat,

Thanks for your reply. If I remember correctly your husband was from the Jalpa Tlaltenango area or maybe I'm wrong, in which case we would be neighbors. Jalpa is a 30 minute drive from Tlachichila, my ancestors hometown.

As I said last night, i'm pumped with excitement.
Alicia

________________________________
From: Pat Corbera
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com; longsjourney@yahoo.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:07:53 AM
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia and Linda in Everett,

My mother-in-law is also Haplogroup A. Her mtDNA test results are posted on Gary Felix' FamilyTreeDNA site for mtDNA, Kit # 102201.

Pat Silva Corbera

----- Original Message -----
From: "Erlinda Castanon-Long"
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 12:49:54 AM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Alicia, I also am Haplo Group A but apparently we are not a match, boy, would that have been something to celebrate!

Not sure if you noticed in the link section go to DNA and then Indigenous DNA. It has a chart showing the migration patterns and the bands that make up each group including the one in Mexico. It's at the very end of the article but very, very interesting..

Linda in Everett

--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Alicia Carrillo wrote:

From: Alicia Carrillo
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 10:21 PM

Well I finally had my mtDNA performed and received the results today. I can now
join Gary Felix's site for the mtDNA, Amerind project. My Haplogroup is A
which arose about 50,000 years ago in Central Asia. Haplogroup A was first found
among the aboriginal American population. It is one of the five mitochondrial
lineages found in aboriginal Americans in North and South America. I guess
thanks to my mother and my mother's mother's mothers, I am truly an
American.

Now that I've had myself tested, I'll have one of my brothers submit a
sample for YDNA and mtDNA and wait to see what the results are.
As the woman on the Comcast commercial says when she's running after the
gentleman who's jogging on the track, and she approaches him in her heels
and suit to share with him her great deal with Comcast and in conclusion she
says, "I'm pumped" ................that's how I feel
now...........I'm pumped and excited about my Native American ancestry.

There were no high resolution matches to date, only low resolution matches, two
from Mexico, one from the USA and one from England.

I'm afraid I still don't know how to interpret the table with the HVR1
differences from CRS. If anyone has any wisdom to share with respect to DNA
testing results and how to read or interpret the findings or knows of literature
other than what's on the website that is comprehensive, I would appreciate
your assistance.

Alicia

Hello everyone,

I would also like to share my results with the group. According to Relative
Genetics and GeneTree, my mtDNA haplogroup is K, subgroup K1. I traced my
maternal ancestor all the way back to MARIA MUÑOZ, married to JUAN GONZALEZ
DE HERMOSILLO.

So if my tree is correct, MARIA MUÑOZ' mtDNA haplogroup was K-K1 (European).

Hola a todos,

Yo tambien quisiera compartir mis resultados con el resto del grupo. De
acuerdo a Relative Genetics y a GeneTree, mi haplogrupo materno es K,
subgrupo K1. He hallado mi ancestro maternal hasta MARIA MUÑOZ, casada don
JUAN GONZALEZ DE HERMOSILLO.

Asi que si mi árbol es correcto, el haplogrupo mtDNA de MARIA MUÑOZ es K-K1
(Europeo)/

Saludos

Ricardo Rodríguez
Valle de Guadalupe, Jalisco

Thank you so much Primo Ricardo!

tu prima,
Sofia

Hi Rick:

I am a direct (paternal line) descendent of Juan Gonzalez de Hermosillo and
Maria Muñoz who was born in Guadalcanal Sevilla, Andalucia, España. I am not
surprised that her mtDNA turned out to be European, but it is always better
to verify.

Have you come up with a date for the meeting in San Miguel El Alto Yet? I
am thinking of making the trip to Teocaltiche around the 6th or 7th of
August. I am hoping the meeting will be held on the second saturday in
August so I can attend. I am still in the planning stage...I am going to
have to make a decision here, pretty soon, so I can make the airline
reservations well ahead of time. Please let me know as soon as you have a
definite date set.

What's the latest on Don Mariano Gonzalez Leal "Retoños de España en La
Nueva Galicia" When will it become available? any ideas?

I remember seeing an e-mail where somebody named Jorge, from Tepa, wrote a
book about the "Casillas" and "Martin". Do you know if the book is still
available? Can you get it? I am very interested in the "Martin" part of
it.

Thank you Rick.

John Gonzalez.

========================================================================================

Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] mtDNA test results

Hello everyone,

I would also like to share my results with the group. According to Relative
Genetics and GeneTree, my mtDNA haplogroup is K, subgroup K1. I traced my
maternal ancestor all the way back to MARIA MUÑOZ, married to JUAN GONZALEZ
DE HERMOSILLO.

So if my tree is correct, MARIA MUÑOZ' mtDNA haplogroup was K-K1 (European).

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