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AZZO: Old German name meaning "noble at birth."

Azzolina

Acelin
French

Diminutive form of Old French Asce, Ace from Old German Azzo meaning "noble; high birth." Ezzelin was the form in which it took root in Italy. Common in the 13th century, it gave rise to various surnames, such as Aslin, Ashlin, Asling, Acelet. The name is not in use anymore in France.

ACEL: Nickname for English Acelin, meaning "noble at birth."

ACELIN: English diminutive form of French Asce, meaning "little noble one."

ASCE: Old French name, derived from German Azzo, meaning "noble at birth."

AZZO: Old German name meaning "noble at birth."

ACEL: Nickname for English Acelin, meaning "noble at birth."

ACELET: Variant of English Acelin, meaning "noble at birth."

ACELIN: English diminutive form of French Asce, meaning "little noble one."

Normans, Anglo-Saxons, Norse, Longobards

In my recent study I have found a strong connection with these people:

Anglo-Saxons (with Normans)
Normans
Norse (with Normans)
Longobards (with Lombards)

U5a1a

2.3% - SC - Scotland
2.0% - FI - Finland
1.9% - CP - center Portugal
1.5% - SG - south Germany
1.4% - NG - north Germany
1.2% - NO - Norway
1.0% - SP - south Portugal
0.5% - FR - France
0.5% - NP - north Portugal
0.4% - EN - England


R1b1c

Wales 6%
British Isles 5%
United Kingdom 4%
Great Britain 4%
Iceland 4%
Scotland 4%
Holland 4%
Netherlands 4%
France 4%

Hunter Clan members and Neilson's

Many of the Hunter Clan members and Neilson's have been recorded to have come from Western Europe, Nordic and Semitic populations.

U5a1a - R1b1c6

Haplogroup U5a1a is described as "a lineage within Haplogroup U5-arose in Europe less than 20,000 years ago, and is mainly found in northwest and north-central Europe. The modern distribution of haplogroup U5a1a suggests that individuals bearing this haplogroup were part of the populations that had tracked the retreat of ice sheets from Europe.

The frequency of (R1b1c6) SRY2627 is highest in Basques, where it makes up 21% of R1b. Its R1b frequency in northern Portuguese was 2.9%. Similar values were obtained for Spanish samples. Based on very small numbers the Northern French R1b sample reached 9%. The Bavarian R1b estimate was 5%. Dutch and Belgian estimates were 2.5%. The only indication of it being present in Britain or Ireland came from Anglia where it had a frequency about 1%.

Basques: 21%
Northern Portuguese: 2.9%.
Northern French: 9%.
Bavarian: 5%.
Dutch and Belgian: 2.5%.
Britain or Ireland came from Anglia: 1%.

Ireland-Spain (R1b) and in Finland (U5) populations.

The DNA of Giovanni John Raciti is mostly found in countries/populations of:

Ireland-Spain (R1b) and in Finland (U5) populations.

Population genetics: is the study of the allele frequency distribution and change under the influence of the four evolutionary forces: natural selection, genetic drift, mutation, gene flow and selective mating.

Natural selection: I have the same haplogroup membership as my wife: U5a1a

Genetic drift:

Mutation: Y-DNA in Iberia/Spain/France (10K ago) and mt-DNA in Greece/Balkan (45K ago)

Gene flow: From Y-DNA Spain-France-Italy-Sicily and mt-DNA Greece-Sicily.

Selective mating: The same haplogroup membership as my wife: U5a1a

Haplotype 15

ht15

Haplotype 15

Ireland 40.79%

Birmingham - UK 36.08%
London - UK 32.63%

Netherlands 31.03%
Leiden - Netherlands 34.38%
Zeeland - Netherlands 52.17%

Strasbourg - France 31.31%

Pyrenees - Spain 35.82%
Valencia - Spain 29.29%
Northern Spain [Basque] 38.69%

Madeira - Portugal 31.63%
Central Portugal 30.43%