Did you know you can get a yDNA haplogroup from your Ancestry DNA? Until an administrator of the Crawford yDNA project posted directions on the Clan Crawford Association Ancestry and DNA Research Forum Facebook group, I didn’t know anything about this.
To do this, one needs to download Ancestry DNA and save the ZIP file in a known location. The file needs to remain ‘zipped’.
The blog post, Updated Method to Get yDNA Haplogroup from AncestryDNA Results explains the process.
The second step is to use the MorleyDNA.com Y-SNP Subclade Preditor. After giving consent for the use of the data, a screen will open to upload the zipped file containing AncestryDNA results
Once the data is uploaded, a screen will appear prompting you to prove you are not a robot and again asking for consent to use the data.
The processing is quick and opens a screen showing the results. Look for the box highlighted in green on the left side of the screen. That is the predicted haplogroup.
If you wish to share the findings with other CRAWFORD researches, you may either post your results as a comment to the Facebook post or as a comment to this blog. Please include the following information in your comment.Earliest known ancestor
- Birthdate and place if known
- Deathdate and place if known
- Spouse’s name
- Copy of information in the green box on the left (your haplogroup)
If your yDNA comes back any variety of R1b, I would be very interested in seeing if our research connects.