Five Jewish branches are known in R1b-DF27. From one branch it is known that they arrived in Western Europe in the early years of Ashkenazi Jewry, 1000 ybp.
The Jewish Ashkenazi people have a larger percentage Y-DNA measured than most other groups in the www.ftdna.com website. Their population is in most cases over represented.
On the DF27-project site we find 1500 persons, of which about 1 percent is from the reported Ashkenazi groups. They represent 6 branches. This means that we can draw the following conclusions:
|Branch #||Y-DNA SNP||# of |
|CE of ancestor||most likely|