Native American DNA at Chromosome 11

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Native American DNA at Chromosome 11

Post by migoblu » Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:59 pm

I show Amerindian at Chromosome 11 on all 3 of these calculators at GEDmatch: World9 Admixture Proportions, MDLP World-22 Admixture Proportions, and Eurogenes K36 Admixture Proportions. I also show Mesoamerican, Arctic-Amerind, and South-America_Amerind at Chromosome 11 on the MDLP World-22 Admixture Proportions. I also have Chromosome 11 matches on surnames that lead to my believed Native American ancestor at FTDNA. Would this indicate NA DNA even if Amerindian is not shown in the pie charts for these calculators?

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Re: Native American DNA at Chromosome 11

Post by blablaa » Wed Mar 13, 2019 6:37 pm

migoblu wrote:
Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:59 pm
I show Amerindian at Chromosome 11 on all 3 of these calculators at GEDmatch: World9 Admixture Proportions, MDLP World-22 Admixture Proportions, and Eurogenes K36 Admixture Proportions. I also show Mesoamerican, Arctic-Amerind, and South-America_Amerind at Chromosome 11 on the MDLP World-22 Admixture Proportions. I also have Chromosome 11 matches on surnames that lead to my believed Native American ancestor at FTDNA. Would this indicate NA DNA even if Amerindian is not shown in the pie charts for these calculators?
Many euros has a few amount of amerindian on GEDmatch, but it's not means that you have an amerind ancestry. I have this too withouth any possibility to have amerind ancestry.
But maybe you have a tiny amount. Who knows?

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Re: Native American DNA at Chromosome 11

Post by billyjoe36863 » Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:57 pm

I show Native American on all of my Chromosomes. Can someone explain that phenomenon? I knew I had Cherokee. I and my Grandmother looked it up back in 1996 when she was still alive. I, however, come from many Nations and belong to none. Rev. Billy Joe Gross

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Re: Native American DNA at Chromosome 11

Post by billyjoe36863 » Tue Apr 20, 2021 12:54 pm

Billy Joe Gross [Gedmatch #A203907], here is how I read your DNA gedmatch paint.
I have identified South-American Indian, North-American Indian, Mesoamerican, Artic-American Indian and African in your comparison.
You asked me if I would compare you to Shannon Meurer to see if you are cousins. I did the comparison to determine chromosomes you have in common with Shannon Meurer. You are cousins.
I want to acknowledge Genealogist Marie Brito and Mary King for assistance and encouragement in this endeavor.
Chromosome 1. You are, 20m & 228m Mesoamerican, 32m-34m & 117m South-American Indian, 57m-58m 111m 113m & 202m and North-American Indian, 164m-165m Artic-American Indian
Chromosome 2. You are, 0m 13m-19m [significant display] 98m-99m are North-American Indian, 40m-41m are Artic-American Indian, 72m-76m 222m-223m are Mesoamerican Indian, you have over lapping segments on 86m-98m (South and North-American Indian) 149m-165m (South and North-American Indian) and 183m-185m (North-American and Mesoamerican Indian).
I have learned that South and North-American overlapping segments are an indication of Cherokee.
Chromosome 3. You are, 59m and 179m are African, 10m-14m 134m-135m 163m-164m 173m are North-American Indian, 80m-99m [significant display] 155m-156m are Mesoamerican Indian, 171m-172m South-American Indian, 0m-02 are overlapping segments of African and North-American India
You share chromosome 3 with Shannon Meurer at 13m-14m North-American Indian
Chromosome 4. You are, 42m 103m-104m 175m-176m are African, 157m-159m Artic-American Indian, you have overlapping segments at 0m-3m [North and South-American Indian] 16m-17m [North and Artic-American Indian] 20m-21m [North-American Indian and Mesoamerican]
Chromosome 5. You are, 40m Artic-American Indian, 171m-173m North-American Indian, 8m African
Chromosome 6. You are, 31m-32m 107m-109mn [significant display] 111m-112m South-American Indian, 104m-105m North-American Indian
Chromosome 7. You are, 0m-2m 37m-41m 79m-80m 127m-129m 138m-139m North-American Indian, 70m 78m 107m-109m Artic-American Indian, 150m-152m overlapping segments of [South and North-American Indian], 34m-35m 139m African
You share chromosome 7 with Shannon Meurer at 151m-152m North-American Indian
Chromosome 8. You are, 0m 26m-28m [significant display] 37m-38m African, 28m 100m-106m 136m North-American Indian
Chromosome 9. You are, 0m-1m Mesoamerican, 0m African, 5m North-American Indian, 88m Artic-American Indian, overlapping segments at 118 [North and Artic-American Indian]121m-124m [Mesoamerican and North-American Indian] 126m129m [Mesoamerican and North-American Indian] 129m-131m [Mesoamerican and North-American Indian]
Chromosome 10. You are, 0m 7m African, 18m-20m 113m-114m Mesoamerican, 84m-85m overlapping segment of [North and South-American Indian, 108m113m North-American Indian
Chromosome 11. You are, 0m-3m overlapping segment [Artic and North-American Indian], 98m-99m Artic-American Indian, 123m-128m North-American Indian
Chromosome 12. You are, 0m African, 10m-14m 60m-63m 66m North-American Indian, 82m-86m Artic-American Indian
Chromosome 13. You are, 50m-53m Artic-American Indian, 95m-97m 103m North-American Indian
Chromosome 14. You are, 19m-20m 95m 98m 100m-103m North-American Indian
Chromosome 15. You are, 57m-59m 98m-100m Artic-American Indian, 59m-62m North-American Indian
Chromosome 16. You are, 84m 85m North-American Indian, 84m-85m African
Chromosome 17. You are, 0m-1m 10m-12m 14m-16m North-American Indian, 33m African
Chromosome 18. You are, 0m-1m [significant display] 36m-39m Mesoamerican, 2m 5m North-American Indian, 41m South-American Indian, 63m Artic-American Indian
Chromosome 19. You are, 49m 52m Artic-American Indian
Chromosome 20. You are, 0m 17m-18m Mesoamerican, 2m Artic-American Indian, 42m North-American Indian, 38m-42 overlapping segment [North-American Indian and Mesoamerican]
Chromosome 21. You are, 18m-25m North-American Indian
Chromosome 22. You are, 25m 29m North-American Indian
Conclusion: You have NA on all chromes. I identified North-American Indian on chromosome 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, and 22 South-American Indian on chromosomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, and 18 Mesoamerican on chromosomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 18, and 20 Artic-American Indian on chromosomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 19, and 20 and African 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 16, and 17.
You have NA on all chromes. I identified North-American Indian, South-American Indian, Mesoamerican, African and Artic-American Indian. You have overlapping chromes on 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, and 11. You have significant displays of color on 2,3, 6 and 8.
This is how the different Native American DNA lineages break down;
South-American Indian DNA comes from the tribes who came up from southern Mexico--Creek, Chocktaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Delaware, Linage.
North-American Indian DNA comes later from the Iroquois Confederacy of the 1700s--Iroquois, Mohawk [Moytoy was part Mohawk but he lived before this group was formed], Seneca, Tuscarora/Lumbee, Onondagu, Cayuga, Natchez, and Oneida.
Arctic-American Indian DNA comes from the 30+ tribes of the Powhattan Federation of the 1600/1700s, including MicMaqm Delaware, Shawnee, Mohican, Nanticoke, PotowameckPotawtami, Pamunkey, Chickamoniny, Fox, Natchez, and Mattaponi. [Moytoy and his aunt Pocahantus came from this group.]
Meso-American Indian DNA comes from Central America and includes Maya, Inca, and Tsalagi--the ancestors of our Cherokees [This is a quote from Marie Brito]
You share chromosomes with Shannon Meurer on 3, and 7. chromosome 2. The top scale at 153m is South-American Indian. The bottom scale is your chromosome North-American Indian starting at 150m through 160m. The bottom scale is a significant North-American Indian.
You have the most significant contributions to your DNA within the last 300 years [you can see this depicted below in the graph. The bottom two segments rise from the bottom]. You also have significant contributions from 300 to 500 ago [those segments drop from the top of the scale].
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