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Group 018

Group #18 has been estimated by  FTDNA and Whit Athey's Haplogroup Predictor  as "I-M223 (was I2b)"

  "Adam" -> M168 -> M89 -> M170 -> M258 -> S31 -> S32 -> S33 -> S24 - M223 (Negative for M253 and M307 )

    (shorthand:   I-M223)

The Y-SEARCH study for the possible immigrant homeland for the HAM DNA Group # 7 (which is similar to Group #18).

Haplotype Group reading references:

Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia: Investigating early postglacial migration routes and high-latitude adaptation   Migration of I2 Y-DNA Haplotype Group from 10,000 years ago.

National Genographic Haplotype Group maps

The Genetic Legacy of Paleolithic Homo Sapiens Sapiens in Extant Europeans, (see classification Eu7) Science Nov. 2000, Stanford University

Phylogeography of Y-Chromosome Haplogroup I Reveals Distinct Domains of Prehistoric Gene Flow In Europe, Rootsi et al, 2004.


    Haplotype Groups were re-classified by Family Tree DNA in May, 2008. 
This affected the following existing groups:

    R1b1c became    R1b1b2
    I1a       became     I1
    I1b       became     I
    I1c       became     I2b
    E3b1a  became   E1b1b1

Kit number
Ancestor / Description
   (descends from:)

383xxx Contact:

   Deborah (DeeDee) Hamm

  ddhamm (at) aol.com

descends from:

1) HENRY HAMM b. bef 1840 Germany, d. unknown
    married  Anna Catherine Von Saschen b. 4 JUL 1824 Copenhagen, Denmark d. 10 DEC 1903 Moline, Rock Island, IL

2)   Fritz Hamm b. 7 JUL 1856 Schleswig-Holstein, Germany d. 3 OCT 1956 Center Square, Montgomery, PA
   married Christine Clausen b. 1858 Schleswig-Holstein, Germany d. USA abt. 1897

3)  Frank Henry Hamm b. 2 SEP 1884 Moline, Rock Island, IL d. 3 OCT 1956 Center Square, Montgomery, PA
     married Eva Clara Ruggles b. 11 OCT 1884 Geneseo, Henry, IL, d. 2 DEC 1985 Hawthorne, Douglas, WI