The forgotten Irish Slaves

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The forgotten Irish Slaves

Postby Miles Hispaniae » Mon Apr 28, 2008 5:24 pm

Recent and current y-dna studies on the Irish have been done without the complete and true facts about the Irish population. How can a study be made? Without the y-dna samples of the Irish slaves sold into slavery by the English to the Caribbean.

1. After the battle of Kinsale 30,000 military prisoners who were sold to the English plantations in the Caribbean.
2. By 1637 the island of Montserrat in the West Indies the population was 69% Irish slaves.
3. In 1650 25,000 Irish slaves were sold to planters in St.Kitts.
4. Over 100,000 children and women were sold to English planters in the West Indies and to the United States particularly New England and Virginia.
5. 12,000 Irish prisoners were sold to English planters in the Island of Barbados.
6. 82, 000 in total Irish were sold and transported has slaves to Barbados and the state of Virginia.

How can a Y-DNA study of Ireland be even taken into account after the ethnic cleansing of Cromwell?

This is why any one with a Irish surname in the Caribbean should take a y-dna test. I belive this will represent the true genetic make uop of Ireland before the Cromwell years.
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Postby bimjim » Mon Apr 28, 2008 8:33 pm

I agree...

With the surname Lynch I have had a DNA test done and paid for 67 markers. I would welcome anyone who will do so to add their results to the database at familytreedna.com. If yours is a match with mine, the database will let me know so I can communicate and compare family trees.

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Postby Miles Hispaniae » Thu May 15, 2008 6:15 pm

There are plenty of Irish descendants in the caribbean and they represent outside Rape and other possible events the true genetic make up of Ireland before the 1600's .


I am ysearch H6Q4J i match a few Lynch at 12 markers outside that i basically have no matches . but i believe since my ancestors lived in the Caribbean for over 200 years i will find a match in the Caribbean.


I hope more people with Irish surnames get Y-DNA tested since the popolaution of Irish in the Caribbean is a great one and forgotten by the latter immigration of the 1800's to the United States of America.
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The Y- DNA

Postby Miles Hispaniae » Thu May 15, 2008 6:27 pm

If this is you ,

GZ7SE Lynch Barbados

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H6Q4J O'Neill Ireland, Ulster, Ireland

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We are a 27 Genetic Distance apart at 67 markers. That is pretty far apart.

I would suggets you test for the R1b1b2g ( U Series , S Series R1b1c9). You are extremly close to a Davidson only -9 GD at 67 markers.

The surname Davidson has plenty of origins English, Welsh, Scottish, French, Portugese

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I will look into the Davidson surname in Barbados and in Scotland .
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