The charts below represent the number of haplogroups identified in the Boone DNA Project at this point in time. The numbers on these charts are called alleles and they represent the number of times a dna sequence was repeated at a specific location on a strand of Y-DNA. No actual DNA or photos of DNA is ever made available to anyone for any reason.
A message from FamilyTree DNA:
"It is obvious from our observation of
1000's of samples that some markers change or mutate at a faster rate than
others. While that actual 'faster rate' has not yet been definitively
calculated, not all markers should be treated the same for evaluation purposes.
The markers in red have shown a faster mutation rate then the average, and therefore these markers are very helpful at splitting lineages into sub sets, or branches, within your family tree.
Explained another way, if you match exactly on all of the markers except for one or a few of the markers we have determined mutate more quickly, then despite the mutation this mismatch only slightly decreases the probability of two people in your surname group who match 11/12 or even 23/25 of not sharing a recent common ancestor."
Note: To view the participants direct ancestral lineage, click on the five-digit underlined number in the first column labeled "Kit #".
Participant #25764 has his documented genealogy researched back to Desiderio de Arriola born 1673/74 and died before 1734 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Participant #29323 also has his documented genealogy researched back to the same Desiderio de Arriola. Participant #29323 descends from Desiderio's grandson, Jose Ascencio Arriola, the brother of #25764 ancestor, Jos. Antonio Arriola. These two participants are 5th cousins, once removed.
If you are a male and have the Ariola/Arriola/Arreola (or variant spellings) surname, or if you know anyone who does, we hope you will consider participating in this Y-DNA testing project and/or tell others about this website, or contact the project coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org . The more participants we have, the greater success we'll have in separating and/or combining the many Arriola et al family lines.
Dell Ariola at: email@example.com
This site was last updated February 3, 2006