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Differences between DNA companies

The DNAH markers below have been adjusted to reflect the company's nomenclature changes (25 May 2008); please see the table at the bottom of this page for details. Please note, FTDNA do not appy these changes (nor ysearch.org), and so the changes have not been applied to the FTDNA results. See DNA conversions for conversions between the various DNA companies.

Most Recent Common Ancestor (MRCA)

To compute your MRCA, a calculator is available on the website MRCA Calculator.  As an example, there is a 74% probability EF6131 and JDAAQ6B have a MRCA within 13 generations (32 markers out of 34).

Reference ID

Earliest
Known FITCH
Descendent

 

 

 

Test House

D
Y
S
1
9

D
Y
S
3
8
5
a

D
Y
S
3
8
5
b

D
Y
S
3
8
8

D
Y
S
3
8
9
i

D
Y
S
3
8
9
ii

D
Y
S
3
9
0

D
Y
S
3
9
1

D
Y
S
3
9
2

D
Y
S
3
9
3

D
Y
S
4
2
5
D
Y
S
4
2
6
D
Y
S
4
3
7
D
Y
S
4
3
8
D
Y
S
4
3
9
D
Y
S
4
4
1
D
Y
S
4
4
2
D
Y
S
4
4
4
D
Y
S
4
4
5
D
Y
S
4
4
6
D
Y
S
4
4
7
D
Y
S
4
4
8
D
Y
S
4
4
9
D
Y
S
4
5
2
D
Y
S
4
5
4
D
Y
S
4
5
5
D
Y
S
4
5
6
D
Y
S
4
5
8
D
Y
S
4
5
9
a
D
Y
S
4
5
9
b
D
Y
S
4
6
0
D
Y
S
4
6
1
D
Y
S
4
6
2
D
Y
S
4
6
3
D
Y
S
4
6
4
a
D
Y
S
4
6
4
b
D
Y
S
4
6
4
c
D
Y
S
4
6
4
d
D
Y
S
4
6
4
e
D
Y
S
4
6
4
f
D
Y
S
5
7
0
D
Y
S
5
7
6
D
Y
S
6
0
7
C
D
Y

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C
D
Y

b
G
A
T
A

A
1
0
D
Y
S
A
6
3
5
G
A
T
A

H
4
G
A
T
A

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G
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A
T
1
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JWU9TY4

William 
(b 1781) 
UK

 DNAH 14 11 11 12 13 29 24 11 13 14 - 12 15 12 12 14 17 12 12 13 24 19 30 30 11 11 15 17 9 10 10 12 11 24 15 15 17 18 - - - - - - - 14 23 22 10 19 23  R1b3*

JMCQEU3

Tytcher Fitch, Married 1570 Langton by Spilsby

 DNAH

15 11 13 12 13 29 23 11 13 13 - 12 15 12 12 14 17 12 12 13 24 19 29 29 11 11 15 19 9 10 10 12 11 24 14 16 17 17               14 23 - 21 10 19 23   -
JDAAQ6B   Abraham, married 1752 Colchester, probably born 1720
Colchester
 DNAH 13 14 17 12 14 30 23 11 14 13 - 11 14 9 12 15 17 11 11 14 26 19 34 30 12 11 15 15 9 9 10 11 12 22 11 11 16 17 - - - - - - - 13 22 - 21 9 19 23 U/K
 

J7810

Peter, born 1845 Ohio USA FTDNA 13 14 17 12 14 31 23 11 14 13 - 11 14 9 12 - 12 - - - 26 19 34 - 12 11 15 16 9 9 10 - - - 11 11 16 17 - - 18 17 13 33 34 - - 10 - - 19 23 -
JC9JRUA  Richard (Born c1743, died Wixoe, Suffolk 1831)

 DNAH

13 14 17 12 14 30 23 11 14 13 - 11 14 9 12 15 17 11 11 14 26 19 34 30 12 11 15 15 9 9 10 11 12 22 11(11)#  11(16)# 16(17)# 16(0)# 17# 17# - - - - - 13 22 - 21 9 19 23 K2

JZ5C3CR

Edward Fitch
Chelmsford, Essex (1759)

DNAH

13 14 17 12 14 30 23 11 14 13 - 11 14 9 12 15 17 11 11 14 26 19 34 30 12 11 15 15 9 9 10 11 12 22 11 11 16 17 - - - - - - - 13 22 - 21 9 19 23 -
**NEW**
EF6131
Richard Fitch
Steeple Bumpstead (d1494)
FTDNA 13 14 17 12 14 30 23 11 14 14 12 11 14 9 11 - 12 11 - 14 26 19 34 - 12 11 15 15 9 9 10 - - - 11 11 16 17 - - 18 17 13 33 34 - - 10 19 23
N29369 Charles Peter (b 1824)
New York 
USA 
 FTDNA 14 13 14 14 12 28 22 10 11 13 - 11 16 11 11   13        22  20  28   11 8 15  15 9 9 10          14 14 15 15 - - 22 16 14 35 35     11     19  21  I1a
Y126112H Charles  Peter (b 1824)
New York 
USA 
 OA 14 - - 14 12 28 22 10 11 13 12 11  -  -  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                       
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# Note from DNAH "We detected 3 peaks when we tested the DYS464 markers.  Normally there are 4 peaks (a-d) but sometime we observe up to 7 peaks (a-g).  Three peaks is usually an indication that there are actually 6 different alleles (locations) but that the peaks were overlaid on each other so obscuring themselves.  So instead of reporting 11, 16, 17, we interpret it as DYS464a = 11, DYS464b = 11, DYS464c = 16, DYS464d = 16, DYS464e = 17, DYS464f = 17."

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bulletDNAH - DNA Heritage
bulletFTDNA - Family Tree DNA
bulletOA - Oxford Ancestors

Last update 5th April 2018

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