Is my Grandfathers Haplogroup Norse Viking or Jutish/Anglish/Saxon?

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My grandfathers ydna was I-FT258149, and his paternal line is originally from West Yorkshire, and parts of Northern Nottinghamshire (East Midlands). This haplogroup belongs to I-M253>I-DF29>I-Y2592>I-CTS6364>I-S4795>I-FGC20030>I-FT3275>I-A5338>I-A5339. So just based on how it is classified, it seems to be fairly Nordic, belonging to the sister lineage of I-L22 (the sister lineage is I-S4795 I believe). Is this Norse Viking in origin or something else? There is an image below showing the migration route of our haplogroup. Any help is appreciated.




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That tip at the far North of Denmark seems to coincide with the Jutes' land.
Angles and Saxons were farther south, if you weren't wrong in your map...

Then yes, you descend from a Norse of the Danelaw.
 

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