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     Analysis and discussion of these test results (at bottom of page)
Hill Y-DNA Test Results Grid
Marker names appearing in bold red are considered fast moving markers
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Derived Signature Of Robert Hill (which other tests in this grid are being compared against)
1Derived
I-M223
1423151015151113111412331581011112514202811141516111119211514171833401110
Descendants of Robert Hill
2245849
I-M223
1423151015151113111412331581011112514202811141516111119211514171833401110
2254755
I-M223
1323151015151113111412331581011112514202811141516111119211514171933391110
2186114
I-M223
1423151015151113111412321581011112514202811141516111119211514181833401110
Marker Value Color Scale
≤-5 -4 -3 -2 -1 +1 +2 +3 +4 ≥+5

Y-DNA Lineage Of Robert Hill
Kit 245849
Kit 254755
Kit 186114
Rogers Hill
(1799 - 1883)
John Hill
(1821 - 1849)
Almus Hill
(1843 - 1890)
Charles Lesley Hill
(1870 - 1907)
Ralph E. Hill
(1905 - 1977)
Charles Leslie Hill
(1923 - 1996)
Test Kit 245849
Frank Otis Hill
(1883 - 1955)
Robert Lewis Hill
(1925 - 2012)
Test Kit 254755
William Hill
(1825 - 1899)
John William Hill
(1851 - 1922)
Test Kit 186114
Kit 245849
Kit 254755
Kit 186114
 

Analysis and discussion of Hill DNA test results:


Group 1: Robert Hill Derived Signature

This is a derived probable DNA signature for Robert Hill using the maximum parsimony method (fewest number of mutations required to explain a change) on group 2. It is possible for unlikely mutation sequences to occur, such as multiple mutations occurring in the same generation and thus obscuring the DNA signature of generations farther back than the one in which the mutation occurred. All methods for deriving DNA signatures are subject to uncertainty, but the maximum parsimony method reduces the possibility that a bias in the test results (many people tested from one branch of the family) unduly influences the derived DNA signature of the most recent common ancestor (MRCA). It is possible for such a bias to occur using the statistical mode method (the value that appears most often in a set of data) for deriving DNA signatures. For much more detailed explanations of the principles of deriving DNA signatures, the maximum parsimony method and the statistical mode method, see the following articles:

Deriving DNA signatures

Maximum parsimony

Statistical mode