BACHMANN/BAUGHMAN RESULTS (Modified Oxford Ancestors Format)

Introduction and the Results in FTDNA Format

Ancestor

ID

 Estimated Haplogroup

 DYS19

(DYS394)

DYS388

DYS390

DYS391

DYS392

DYS393

DYS389i

DYS389ii

DYS425

DYS426

Heinrich Bachmann, 1711

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O914

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Heinrich Bachmann, 1711

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

F20658

R1b 1

15

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Heinrich Bachmann, 1711

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O991

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Heinrich Bachmann, 1711

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

F92522

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Heinrich Bachmann, 1711

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

A3

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Heinrich Bachmann, 1711

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O236

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Johannes Bachmann, 1800

(Alsace)

O452

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Hans Georg Bachmann, 1686

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O847

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Hans Georg Bachmann, 1686

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

F36392

R1b1

(confirmed)

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Hans Georg Bachmann, 1686

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

A1

R1b1

 

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Jacob Bachman, 1761 

(PA, lived Rensselaer Co., NY)

F21369

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Jacob Bachman, 1761 

(PA, lived Rensselaer Co., NY)

F61547

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Valentine Bachman, 1820 

(Easton, PA)

F58412

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Johannes Bachmann , ca. 1757

(Schonenberg, Canton Zurich)

O927

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Rudolf Bachmann, late 1800's

(Lived in France and Vietnam)

E6027

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

[12]

13

Ignaz Bachmann, ca. 1788

(Berg Wolerau, Canton Schwyz)

O686

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

Peter Bachmann, ca. 1655

(Finstersee, Canton Zug)

O461

R1b1

14

12

24

11

13

13

14

29

12

13

Alois Bachmann, 1790

(Hinwil, Canton Zurich)

O628

R1b1

14

12

25

11

13

13

13

28

12

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johannes Bachmann, 1745

(Canton Thurgau?/Lancaster, PA)

O355

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

12

12

Unknown Swiss

(Zofingen, Canton Aargau)

O494

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

12

12

Jacob Bachman, 1696

(VA, KY)

O750

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

12

12

Jacob Bachman, 1696

(VA, KY)

O233

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

12

12

John Baughman , 1800

(Westmoreland, PA)

F21143

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

[12]

12

Jacob Baughman, 1766 in PA

(lived Westmorland Co.,PA )

A2

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

[12]

12

John Baughman , ca. 1809

(Pennsylvania )

F113704

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

12

28

[12]

12

Rudolf Bachmann, ca. 1759

(Bottenwil, Canton Argau)

O370

R1b

14

12

23

11

13

13

13

29

12

12

Unknown Bachmann

(?)

N3513

R1b

14

12

23

12

13

13

12

28

[12]

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hans Heinrich Bachmann, ca. 1592

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O892

J2

14

15

23

10

11

12

13

30

12

11

Hans Heinrich Bachmann, ca. 1592

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O484

J2

14

15

23

10

11

12

13

30

12

11

Hans Heinrich Bachmann, ca. 1592

(Old Castle, Canton Zurich)

O441

J2

14

15

23

10

11

12

13

30

12

11

Ancestor

ID

 Estimated Haplogroup

 DYS19

(DYS394)

DYS388

DYS390

DYS391

DYS392

DYS393

DYS389i

DYS389ii

DYS425

DYS426

Martin Bachmann, 1558

(Canton Bern)

O194

R1b

14

12

24

10

13

13

13

29

12

12

Martin Bachmann, 1558

(Canton Bern)

F133142

R1b

14

12

24

10

13

13

13

29

[12]

12

Unknown Bachman

( Probably Martin Bachmann )

F73573

R1b

14

12

24

10

13

13

13

29

[12]

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frederic Bachman, 1790

(Canton Bern)

F30619

R1b

14

12

23

10

13

13

13

29

[12]

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johann Christian Baughman, 1710

(Canton Bern/ York Co., PA)

O515

R1b

14

12

24

11

13

12

13

29

[12]

12

Stephen Baughman, ca. 1852

(KY?)

O747

R1b

15

12

24

11

13

12

13

29

12

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hans Heinrich Bachmann, ca. 1700

(Himwil, Canton Zurich)

O954

G2?

15

12

21

10

11

15

12

29

14

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valentine Bachmann, 1820

(Easton, PA)

F53164

G2? (G confirmed)

15

12

22

10

11

14

12

29

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Baughman, ca. 1690

(Lancaster Co., PA)

O321

I1

14

14

22

10

11

13

13

29

12

11

Jacob Baughman, ca. 1789
(PA, lived Clinton Co., IN)

F41085

I1 (confirmed)

14

14

22

10

11

13

13

29

[12]

11

Christian Baughman, ca. 1777
(lived Huntington Co., PA)

F107515

I1 (confirmed)

14

14

22

10

11

13

13

29

[12]

11

Conrad Bachmann
(lived Baden, Germany 1700's)

F166999

I1

14

14

22

10

11

13

13

29

[12]

11

Ancestral information to come

F113340

I1

14

14

22

10

11

13

13

29

[12]

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Bachman, 1759

(Northampton, PA)

O329

I2b

15

13

23

10

12

15

13

29

12

11

Henry Bachman, 1759

(Northampton, PA)

F43333

I2b

15

13

23

10

12

15

13

29

[12]

11

Henry Bachman, 1759

(Northampton, PA)

F48365

I2b

15

13

23

10

12

15

13

29

[12]

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hans Rudolf Bachmann, 1634

(Osli, Breiten, Canton Zurich)

O792

R?

16

12

24

11

13

13

14

30

12

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christian Baughman, 1760’s,

(PA, lived Tuscarawas Co., OH)

F20653

L

(confirmed)

15

12

23

10

13

11

13

31

[12]

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Baughman, 1889

(African-American, KY)

O657

E3a

16

12

21

10

11

13

13

29

12

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valentine Bachmann, ca. 1820

(Bayern, Germany)

N23686

J2 (confirmed)

15

15

25

10

11

12

13

29

[12]

11

Ancestor

ID

 Estimated Haplogroup

 DYS19

(DYS394)

DYS388

DYS390

DYS391

DYS392

DYS393

DYS389i

DYS389ii

DYS425

DYS426

Most common values for haplogroup

R1b (Atlantic Modal Haplotype)

 

 

R1b

14

12

24

11

13

13

14

29

12

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES


ID's. The ID’s of participants tested by Oxford Ancestors are prefixed with an “O” and were assigned randomly.  Participants tested by FamilyTreeDNA (FTDNA) were given an ID which has been prefixed with “F” or and "E" in the table above. FTDNA participants who joined as part of the National Geographic Society Genographic Study have been assigned a prefix of N. Participants tested by DNA Ancestry are prefixed with an "A" and were assigned in order.

 

Lineages. In order to view the lineage of each participant, click on the name of the ancestor in the first column. For descendants of 18th century American immigrants, the name of the ancestor is the immigrant ancestor. For Swiss nationals and more recent immigrant lines, the earliest known ancestor is shown. Lineages have been compiled from various sources and may not be complete or entirely accurate.

 

Result Values. The names of the markers tested are shown across the top row (e.g. "DSY390"). The values for those markers (number of repeats) are shown in the row for each participant (e.g. "24" for DYS390 for most of the participants in the first--yellow--cluster; "23" for all the participants in the second--blue--cluster). DYS389i here uses the standard method of reporting, which is three more than the number of values Oxford Ancestors traditionally reports. DYS389ii includes the repeats in DYS389i, so a change (mutation) in i will also increase or decrease the value of ii. Oxford Ancestors traditionally reports the difference between i and ii (i-ii). Family Tree DNA did not test DYS425, but since about 90% of Europeans have a value of 12 for this marker, we have included a 12 in brackets here. For more information on markers and a general introduction to y-chromosome studies using DNA for family history see The y-chromosome and genetic genealogy.

 

Clusters. Participants believed or known to share a common ancestor have been grouped together and colored similarly.  Gray shading, instead of colored, indicates where there is a different value from others in the group at that marker.  It implies that one line has had a mutation that the others have not had, although in two cases where two participants are grouped together (ID’s O194/F30619 and O515/O747) it is unknown which line may have had a mutation.  Where a common ancestor is suspected but not certain, a slightly different shade of coloring is used (as in the two groups just mentioned). In those cases, further markers would need to be tested to be more certain.

 

Haplogroups. Most of the Bachmann descendants so far tested belong to the R1b haplogroup.  Haplogroups are large sets of people who all descendant from a common ancestor thousands or tens of thousands of years ago—sometimes referred to as the “sons of Adam” in a figurative sense.  Haplogroup R1b is the most common haplogroup in Europe and is especially common along the Atlantic coast (reaching more than 80% of males in Ireland and parts of Spain).  We have included the most common (modal) values of R1b in the last row for comparison purposes, which is shaded gray where it differs from the first (yellow) group of Bachmann participants.  The R1b haplogroup is sometimes claimed to have been the haplogroup of the Aurignacians who were the first modern human to enter Europe at a time that the Neandertals were still common, as much as 30,000 years ago.  Alternately the R1b descendants may have been survivors of those first modern humans who took refuge in Spain during the last glacial maximum and then repopulated the western part of Europe after the Ice Ages ended, perhaps 10,000 years ago.  The third groups of participants (colored pink) have values that are likely haplogroup J2, which is associated with agricultural people of the Fertile Crescent, who entered Europe at a much later time.  It is also found among current Middle Eastern populations.  Participant O657 has values that are typical of haplogroup E3a, which is a common African haplogroup.  Participant O657 is African American and his results indicate that his patrilineal ancestor indeed was African rather than European.  Participants O321 and F41085 almost certainly belong to haplogroup I (and most likely I1a), which is the second most common haplogroup in Europe and is especially common in central and northern Europe.  Some believe that Halogroup I is associated with the Gravettian culture and members of that halogroup are believed to have helped repopulate Europe eight to ten thousand years ago from an ice-age refuge in the Balkans. Participants O329 and F43333 are most likely haplogroup I1c.  Participant 20653 has a very unusual set of values and had his haplogroup tested. He turned out to be L, a rather uncommon haplotype in Europe that is found mainly in India and Pakistan but also in some Middle Eastern populations (such as Turkey) from where it could have spread to Central Europe in pre or early historic times. Some others have less clear haplotypes, and would require further testing to be certain. A more detailed explanation of haplogroups can be found at The y-chromosome and genetic genealogy.

 

Participate? If you are a male with the Bachman/Baughman surname who descends directly though Bachmann/Bachman/Baughman males and are interested in joining the study, please contact J. Ross Baughman at j_ross_baughman@hotmail.com or Phil Ritter at philr@stanford.edu. Unfortunately females do not have the y-chromosome, and cannot participate directly, but may want to sponsor a father, brother, husband or other relative with the Bachman/Baughman surname.

 


Last Updated: Jan. 2011, Philip Ritter