a single Pict ethnic, Viking culture woman from the 5th century that ran down through to a Mary Muir Campbell from Glasgow, Scotland in my family tree not so far in time away, a very recent immigrant to Elizabeth, New Jersey, coming over in 1890 at but 3 months of age, bringing this Pict DNA strand across too. I’ll never not be impressed by the map showing the H3K1a mtDNA (maternal line) here, on an island where the Vikings were buried, but 500 years older than most of the others

a single Pict ethnic, Viking culture woman from the 5th century that ran down through to a Mary Muir Campbell from Glasgow, Scotland in my family tree not so far in time away, a very recent immigrant to Elizabeth, New Jersey, coming over in 1890 at but 3 months of age, bringing this Pict DNA strand across too.

I’ll never not be impressed by the map showing the H3K1a
mtDNA (maternal line) here, on an island where the Vikings were buried, but 500 years older than most of the others

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