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Pending Tests and Links Hub for Results and Lineages for Y-chromosome DNA Testing of Surname CARRICO
and Similar Surnames, such as, CARRIÇO, CARRICOE, CURRICOE, CARICO, CARUCHO, CARACO, CARAÇO, CARRACO, CARACHO, KARAHO, CARASSO, CARAÇOS, CARICCO, etc.
Pending Tests below.  The Lineages and Results tables for the different haplogroups are now on separate pages.
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Y-DNA Haplogroups Represented in the Project
(sample size = number tested inside the project + number tested outside the project)
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I1d
(n=1)
J2a4
(n=1)
J2a4b
(n=24+1)
J2a4b1
(n=1)
L2a
(n=2)
R1b1*
(n=1+1)
R1b1a2
(n=6)

See List of Known Progenitors below.
Logically, haplotypes (based on STR [short tandem repeat] testing) should correlate with haplogroups (based on SNP [single nucleotide polymorphism] testing), and they do.  The correlation between haplotypes and haplogroups allows one to deduce the haplogroup from the haplotype, without the added expense of SNP testing.  In the results tables, haplogroup designations without a corresponding SNP test are deductions based on the haplotype.  For common haplotypes, the haplogroup deductions are usually correct; for questionable haplotypes, the deductions can be wrong.  In these cases, FTDNA, as part of its "Haplogroup Assurance" policy, will conduct a "backbone" SNP test, free of charge, to securely determine the basic haplogroup. 

The "modal" haplotypes for the haplogroup subclades given in the tables are just that (i.e., the most common pattern for the subclade); there are variations from the modal pattern, and variations at non-defining markers do not necessarily rule out membership in the subclade.

Members of the CARRICO project are encouraged to upload your results to Ysearch (your anonymity can be maintained by putting "name withheld" in the "Contact Person" field when you upload) to make your test results available to other researchers and to have your results compared to a broader database than just the FTDNA database.  I also recommend joining the National Geographic Society's Genographic Project, in part to aid in this global project and in part because it can be a fun thing for your family.  Not only is there currently an interesting web site for the NGS project, there will undoubtedly be future NGS television programs about the project, so knowing your family is part of that project should make viewing them more meaningful, especially for your children.

Once your first results have returned (when you first get access to your member page), you can join additional FTDNA projects using the blue Join button on your member page, and you can upload to Ysearch using the link on the "Y-DNA Matches" tab of your member page.  You can join the Genographic project from the "Genographic Project" tab on your member page.

SNP is treated, both in speech and in writing, as a word, "snip," not spelled out "S-N-P."  Hg is an abbreviation for Haplogroup. NPE is the acronym for "Non-Paternal Event," meaning a hidden adoption or illicit paternity in the individual's patrilineal ancestry.
Viewing Tip:  hold your cursor over a linked name in the lineage.  The full names of the husband and his spouse(s) will appear in the Status Bar of your browser.

New Members First Results Pending
Date
Kit Sent
Date
Kit Returned
First Results
Expected
Batch
#
Surname Kit
#
Tests Ordered Known Lineage
12 25 37 67 111
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First results (Markers 1-12) can be expected about seven to eight weeks after return of the kit, at which time the subject will be moved to one of the haplogroup results tables (i.e., as soon as the haplogroup is known).
Just FYI...
Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) headquarters are located in Houston, TX, but their standard tests (Markers 1-111) are done at the University of Arizona (UA) in Tucson, AZ.  Your DNA samples are bundled in "batches" and sent from Houston to UA once a week, which is the origin of the batch numbers and the reason you see "Results Expected" dates about a week apart.  FTDNA does their "advanced" testing at its Genomics Research Center (GRC) in Houston, which is the origin of the $9.50 "transfer fee" added to your first order of advanced testing, to cover the cost of shipping your sample back to Houston. 

 
Known CARRICO / CARRIÇO / CARICO / CARACO / CARASSO / etc. Progenitors and Their Haplogroups
Progenitor Haplogroup Shorthand
CARRIÇO of Portel Municipality, Évora District, Alentejo Region, Portugal
testee is a resident of Amadora, Lisbon, Portugal
I1d I-L22
CARRIÇO of the City of Queluz, Sintra Municipality, Lisbon District, Lisboa Region, Portugal
testee is a resident of Queluz, Portugal
J2a4 J-L26
Peter CARRICO I, immigrant to Maryland in 1674
branches to VA, WV, and westward mainly to KY > IN > IL > MO
So far, Peter is the only known immigrant/progenitor of CARRICO in the United States prior to the 20th Century.
J2a4b J-M67
Joaquim Anastor CARRICO, emigrant from Portugal to Brazil
testee is a grandson who emigrated from Brazil to the United States in the 20th Century
J2a4b1 J-M92
CARACO of Spain and Bursa, Bursa Province, Marmara Region, Turkey
some of these Spanish CARACOs migrated to Turkey in the late 15th Century to escape the Spanish Inquisition;
in the 20th Century, some of them subsequently migrated from Turkey to Europe or the United States
L2a L-M349
CARASSO of Spain and Salonica, Central Macedonia, Greece
some of these Spanish CARASSOs migrated to Greece in the late 15th Century to escape the Spanish Inquisition;
in the 20th Century, some of them subsequently migrated from Greece to Europe or the United States
R-1b1* R-P25*
CARRIÇO of Monte do Trigo, Portel Municipality, Évora District, Alentejo Region, Portugal
testee is a grandson resident in Largo de Santa Bárbara, Lisbon, Portugal
R-1b1a-2 R-M269
CARRIÇO of the City of Albufeira, Albufeira Municipality, Algarve Region, Portugal
testee is a resident of Albufeira, Portugal
R-1b1a-2a1a-1 R-P310
CARRICO of the City of Ourém, Ourém Municipality, Santarém District, Centro Region, Portugal
testee born in Portugal, but now residing in the UK
R-1b1a-2a1a-1b R-P312
Reason CARRICO (1790s-1878) of KY and Sullivan Co., IN
On paper, Reason CARRICO is a son of Charles CARRICO (1770s-1830s), of MD, KY, and Sullivan Co., IN.  Based on DNA testing,
two of Reason's brothers are genetic descendants of Peter CARRICO (above); however, the descendants of Reason are not a DNA
match with them.  They're Haplogroup R1b1a2a1a1b4, which means they are not remotely related genetically to the J2a4b CARRICOs
and, thus, must have an NPE in their patrilieal line.  It will take the testing of cousins to determine where in their line this NPE occurred  
and just where it occurred is of considerable consequence to all of Reason's paper descendants, so I urge any other male CARRICOs
descended from Reason on a patrilineal line to be tested to help determine the location of this NPE.
R-1b1a-2a1a-1b4 R-L21
 

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