Presidents Theodore Roosevelft and Franklin D. Roosevelt might have been R1b

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Checking the Rose DNA Project, I found one member (#310947) whose most distant paternal ancestor is listed as being Cornelius Geldersman via his grandson Claes van Roosevelt (1626-1658). This happens to be the ancestor of the two Roosevelt presidents as this genealogy shows.

The Ysearch ID is RJ4NQ. It isn't clear what subclade of R1b-M269 corresponds to this haplotype though.
 
Checking the Rose DNA Project, I found one member (#310947) whose most distant paternal ancestor is listed as being Cornelius Geldersman via his grandson Claes van Roosevelt (1626-1658). This happens to be the ancestor of the two Roosevelt presidents as this genealogy shows.

The Ysearch ID is RJ4NQ. It isn't clear what subclade of R1b-M269 corresponds to this haplotype though.

Not surprisingly the majority of US Presidents so far are R1b.
 
Checking the Rose DNA Project, I found one member (#310947) whose most distant paternal ancestor is listed as being Cornelius Geldersman via his grandson Claes van Roosevelt (1626-1658). This happens to be the ancestor of the two Roosevelt presidents as this genealogy shows.

The Ysearch ID is RJ4NQ. It isn't clear what subclade of R1b-M269 corresponds to this haplotype though.
Apparently they were actually I1

 

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