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Is Erik Barteit descendant of Grand Duke Gediminas?

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Lutz Szemkus
Posted 2010-03-21 07:10 (#76157 - in reply to #76108)
Subject: RE: Is Erik Barteit descendant of Grand Duke Gediminas?

Šarmaitis - 2010-03-19 18:49

Y-DNA (37 + 3 additional markers) database including Rurikid and Gediminid princes and those males who are also suspecting their descent either from Rurik (the 1st Russian prince, 9th century), or from Gedimin (The Grand Duke of Lithuania, 13th cent.). Contains currently the following surnames, Rurikids : Czetwertynski, Gagarin, Gorchakov, Kosonen, Khilkov, Kropotkin, Lobanov-Rostovsky, Mozarowski (and variants), Mozhaysky, Myshetsky, Niewmierzycki (and variants), Obolensky, Ossowiecki, Poscharsky, Putyatin, Puzyna, Rostowsky, Rzhevsky, Shahovskoi, Solomin, Szuyski, Tolloczko, Vadbolsky and Volkonsky, and Gediminids : Golitsin (Galitzine), Khovanskii (Chowanski), Chartorisky (Czartoryski), Trab, Trubetskoy (Trubecki), Urban(owicz), Svistunov, Cuthie (Jakutowicz), Barteit.


All these lineages could be seriously flawed in the light of some new findings in the field of the mitochondrial genome:

Hair, skin or bones ... of the same person can have differing mitochondrial structure.

Lutz Szemkus

Edited by Lutz Szemkus 2010-03-21 08:15
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