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Many generations to this Maclaren

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  • Name Many generations to this Maclaren 
    Gender Male 
    Died UNKNOWN  unknown Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I119414  Ancestorium

    Father A many generations to this line of Maclaren,   d. UNKNOWN, unknown Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F60230  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. a1 start maclaren,   b. Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. UNKNOWN, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID F00513  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • See also "Clan MacLaren Surname DNA Project - Y-DNA" at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/MacLaren/default.aspx?section=yresults (set Markers: at Y-DNA111) A bit after halfway down page 1 under the blue " R1b Group Type 1 : (R1b-L1335>L1065>S744>S7370/S764>Y16252>BY23333): Scots Cluster, Sub group A MacLaren - DYS576=18 or above)"
      The listing is "431343, Maclaren, Robert Maclaren b 1745 (v approx) d bef June1786. Scotland,R-Z19118 (as of 30 August 2019)

      FamilyTreeDNA Big Y-700: Paternal line DNA Confirmed Haplogroup is R-Z19118 (a subgroup of Y16252 a subgroup of R-S7370) (30 August 2019. Kit #431343).
      This R GROUP line: M173 - M343(R-P25) -L754 -L389 -P297 - M269 -L23 -L51 -P310 - L151 -P312 -Z290 -L21 -DF13 -Z39589 -L1335 -L1065 -Z16325 -S744 - S764 -Y16252 -BY23333.-BY41060 -BY206760 -R-Z19118 (was -FT6950)(30 August 2019 Kit #431343).

      This test was done by Hamish Maclaren (30th Aug. 2019),
      son of Ian Garnet Maclaren (1915-1997) (& Annette Mary Birtwistle, 1921-2006),
      son of Dr. Norman Henry William Maclaren (1880-1937) (& Mary Margaret Garnet, 1893-1988),
      son of Robert Maclaren (1817-1889) (& Mary Jane Finlay c1840-1900),
      son of Robert Maclaren of Bainsford (c 1778-1825) (& Margaret Shaw, 1779-1854),
      son of Robert Maclaren (c 1745-bef 1786) (& Margaret Lowrie b.c1750).

      Descendants of Y-Chromosomal Adam
      To 22 [& 27] R -L21 Haplogroup

      1 Y-Chromosomal Adam d: in Africa. 275,000 years ago. or 236,000 years ago
      2 Descendants of Y-Chromosomal Adam
      .. 3 Haplogroup A b: in Africa estimated at some 250, 000 years ago or 275, 000 years ago
      ...... 5 CT Haplogroup
      ........ 6 Haplogroup DE
      .......... 7 Haplogroup D
      .......... 7 Haplogroup E
      ........ 6 CF Haplogroup
      .......... 7 F Haplogroup
      ............ 8 HIJK Haplogroup
      .............. 9 IJK Haplogroup
      ................ 10 K Haplogroup
      ................... 11 MNOPS Haplogroup
      ..................... 12 MPS Haplogroup
      ....................... 13 P Haplogroup
      ......................... 14 Haplogroup Q
      ......................... 14 Haplogroup (R M207) R
      ........................... 15 Haplogroup (M749) R2
      ........................... 15 Haplogroup (aka R-M173) R1
      ............................. 16 Haplogroup M420
      ............................. 16 Haplogroup (aka R-P25) M343
      ............................... 17 Haplogroup L754
      ................................. 18 Haplogroup R -L389
      ................................... 19 R -P297 Haplogroup
      ..................................... 20 R-M73 Haplogroup
      ..................................... 20 R -M269 Haplogroup
      ........................................ 21 [2] Short cut M269 to Haplogroup (aka R-P25) L21 This R GROUP line: M173 -M343(R-P25) -L754 -L389 -P297 -M269 -L23 -L51 -P310 -L151 -P312 -Z290 -L21 -DF13 -Z39589 -L1335 -L1065 -Z16325 -S744 -S764 -Y16252. (21 July 2015. Kit #431343).
      .............................................. +[1] Z290 Haplogroup Father: P312 Haplogroup.
      .......................................... 22 [3] R -L21 Haplogroup b: in About 4500 years ago
      ............................................ 23 DF13 Haplogroup
      .............................................. 24 Z39589 Haplogroup
      ................................................ 25 L1335 Haplogroup
      .................................................. 26 L1065 Haplogroup
      ........................................ 21 L23 Haplogroup
      .......................................... 22 L51 Haplogroup
      ............................................ 23 P310 Haplogroup
      .............................................. 24 L151 Haplogroup
      ................................................ 25 P312 Haplogroup
      .................................................. 26 [1] Z290 Haplogro
      ........................................................ +[2] Short cut M269 to Haplogroup (aka R-P25) L21 Father: R -M269 Haplogroup
      .................................................... 27 [3] R -L21 Haplogroup b: in About 4500 years ago



      Descendants of R -L21 Haplogroup
      To Robert Maclaren (c1775- Bef. Jun 1786)
      This R GROUP line: M173 -M343(R-P25) -L754 -L389 -P297 -M269 -L23 -L51 -P310 -L151 -P312 -Z290 -L21 -DF13 -Z39589 -L1335 -L1065 -Z16325 -S744 -S764 -Y16252. (21 July 2015. Kit #431343).

      1 R -L21 Haplogroup b: in About 4500 years ago
      2 DF13 Haplogroup
      .. 3 Z39589 Haplogroup
      .... 4 L1335 Haplogroup
      ...... 5 L1065 Haplogroup
      ........ 6 Z16325 Haplogroup
      .......... 7 S744 Haplogroup
      ............ 8 S765 Haplogroup
      .............. 9 Y16252 Haplogroup
      ................ 10 many generations from Y16252 Haplogroup
      ................... 11 A7366 Haplogroup
      ................... 11 BY55436 Haplogroup
      ................... 11 BY23333 Haplogroup
      ..................... 12 Many generations of BY23333 Haplogroup
      ....................... 13 BY140970 Haplogroup
      ......................... 14 BY206760 Haplogroup
      .......................... 15 Y72705 Haplogroup
      .......................... 15 BY140970 Haplogroup
      .......................... 15 BY205902 Haplogroup
      .......................... 15 Z19118 Haplogroup
      ........................... 16 Many generations of Maclaren/Maclaurin
      ............................. 17 Many generations to this line of Maclaren
      ............................... 18 a1 start Maclaren b: in Scotland d: in Scotland
      ................................. 19 Robert Maclaren b: Abt. 1745 in Scotland. Date is a rough guess since daughter born 1775. d: Bef. Jun 1786 in Scotland, Date of death here assumes his wife remarried after his death, rather than divorce.
      ................................. +Margaret Lowrie, or Lawrie, or Laurie b: Abt. 1750 in Scotland d: in Scotland Father: Lawrie? Info 1: Lawrie is known to be and anglicized version of Maclaren so this could be her husband’s name or her maiden name. Was her husband "wanted” for the ‘45 and adopted this name as a safe guard, or his father?


      Maclaren Line
      FamilyTreeDNA Big Y-500: Paternal line DNA Confirmed Haplogroup is R-Z19118 (a subgroup of Y16252 a subgroup of R-S7370) (30August, 2019. Kit #431343).
      This R GROUP line: M173 - M343(R-P25) -L754 -L389 -P297 - M269 -L23 -L51 -P310 - L151 -P312 -Z290 -L21 -DF13 -Z39589 -L1335 -L1065 -Z16325 -S744 - S764 -Y16252 -BY23333.-BY41060 -BY206760 -R-Z19118 (was -FT6950)(30 August 2019 Kit #431343)).

      ThisY-700 test was done by Hamish Maclaren 30th Aug. 2019),
      son of Ian Garnet Maclaren (1915-1997) (& Annette Mary Birtwistle, 1921-2006),
      son of Dr. Norman Henry William Maclaren (1880-1937) (& Mary Margaret Garnet, 1893-1988),
      son of Robert Maclaren (1817-1889) (& Mary Jane Finlay c1840-1900),
      son of Robert Maclaren of Bainsford (c 1778-1825) (& Margaret Shaw, 1779-1854),
      son of Robert Maclaren (c 1745-bef 1786) (& Margaret Lowrie b.c1750).

      From 23andme https://you.23andme.com/reports/paternal_haplogroup/
      Origin and Migrations of Haplogroup R-M269
      Your paternal line stems from a branch of R-M343 called R-M269, one of the most prolific paternal lineages across western Eurasia. R-M269 arose roughly 10,000 years ago, as the people of the Fertile Crescent domesticated plants and animals for the first time. Around 8,000 years ago, the first farmers and herders began to push east into Central Asia and north into the Caucasus Mountains. Some of them eventually reached the steppes above the Black and Caspian Seas. There, they lived as pastoral nomads, herding cattle and sheep across the grasslands, while their neighbors to the south developed yet another crucial technology in human history: bronze smelting. As bronze tools and weaponry spread north, a new steppe culture called the Yamnaya was born.
      Around 5,000 years ago, perhaps triggered by a cold spell that made it difficult to feed their herds, Yamnaya men spilled east across Siberia and down into Central Asia. To the west, they pushed down into the Balkans and to central Europe, where they sought new pastures for their herds and metal deposits to support burgeoning Bronze Age commerce. Over time, their descendants spread from central Europe to the Atlantic coast, establishing new trade routes and an unprecedented level of cultural contact and exchange in western Europe.
      The men from the steppes also outcompeted the local men as they went; their success is demonstrated in the overwhelming dominance of the R-M269 lineage in Europe. Over 80% of men in Ireland and Wales carry the haplogroup, as do over 60% of men along the Atlantic Coast from Spain to France. The frequency of R-M269 gradually decreases to the east, falling to about 30% in Germany, 20% in Poland, and 10-15% in Greece and Turkey. The haplogroup connects all these men to still others in the Iranian Plateau and Central Asia, where between 5 and 10% of men also bear the lineage.

      R-L21
      < 10,000 Years Ago
      Your paternal haplogroup, R-L21, traces back to a man who lived less than 10,000 years ago.
      That's nearly 400 generations ago! What happened between then and now? As researchers and citizen scientists discover more about your haplogroup, new details may be added to the story of your paternal line.

      You share a paternal-line ancestor with Niall of the Nine Hostages.
      R-M269 common ancestor
      10,000 years ago
      The Uí Néill Dynasty
      The spread of haplogroup R-M269 in northern Ireland and Scotland was likely aided by men like Niall of the Nine Hostages. Perhaps more myth than man, Niall of the Nine Hostages is said to have been a King of Tara in northwestern Ireland in the late 4th century C.E. His name comes from a tale of nine hostages that he held from the regions he ruled over. Though the legendary stories of his life may have been invented hundreds of years after he died, genetic evidence suggests that the Uí Néill dynasty, whose name means "descendants of Niall," did in fact trace back to just one man who bore a branch of haplogroup R-M269.
      The Uí Néill ruled to various degrees as kings of Ireland from the 7th to the 11th century C.E. In the highly patriarchal society of medieval Ireland, their status allowed them to have outsized numbers of children and spread their paternal lineage each generation. In fact, researchers have estimated that between 2 and 3 million men with roots in north-west Ireland are paternal-line descendants of Niall.
      From 23andme https://you.23andme.com/reports/paternal_haplogroup/