The linked tree shows all known STR tested individuals with a Kane variant surname, who have a signature consistent with R1b-CTS4466>S1121. The tree is generated by finding the time to most recent ancestor estimation using the Infinite allele mutation model. The resulting matrix of generations is then processed with the Kitsch algorithm to construct a phylogenetic tree.
Individuals closer to the center are more likely related, and would have a higher probability of sharing these two SNPs with B5163. 44297 and 47795 are the most likely to be members of a different R1b-L21 subclade with overlapping signature. There are another seven samples which also fit the signature, who are known to be different R1b-L21 subclades not included in the graphic.
A limitation of the current grouping is the low number of STRs tested in the Kanes sampled. The modal number of STRs tested is 37. Five samples currently only have FTDNAs 12 base STRs tested. Only four samples are tested to 67 or more positions. The distance of relationship can be improved by increasing the level of testing in the majority of the current samples. SNP testing on the haplotypes closest to the middle of the tree would also improve the modal signature for the group, and potentially remove false positives.