Well, the tree isn’t just for Hartley. This is a new tree that my branch of Hartley happens to be in.
The Old L513 Tree
Here is a Tree from 2016:
Hartley was about in the middle where I put an arrow. That Tree is pretty old. Here is a newer Tree from 2018:
Between 2016 and 2018, my Hartley branch moved down two levels from Z17911 to A11138 to A11132:
Updated 2020 L513 Tree
I was surprised that when I found my Hartley Line on the 2020 L513 Tree that I wasn’t in the middle anymore:
That is because the L513 Tree has been split in two. This makes sense due to more people taking the Big Y test. There were a few more changes. One is that the country of origin is no longer shown. Instead, there is a timeline on the left. The larger part of the tree is in green which is starting about 1,000 AD. Right below that is the genealogical Timeframe. To me, the most important part is the part where the SNP represents a particular Surname.
Here is Part 2 of the L513 Chart – the part that Hartley is not on:
There is a web site called SNP Tracker which tries to trace the history of your SNP through time:
- A New L513 Tree Chart shows Hartley in a different format than previously
- This new Chart splits the previous L513 Tree into two parts
- The old Chart’s country of origins is replaced by a timeline