Here is the data given me by Family Tree DNA, which I'm currently comparing with that from James Lick. Both sources have categorized my mtDNA as most closely resembling W1-T119C. However, mine has two missing markers and six extras, so I'm not quite sure but I think it means I'm in-between or belong in my own unique group or clade. However, unless the phylotree gets further updating, with my data included, I have to be content with the present conclusion.
"There are numerous other W1 lineages without enough results yet to receive a subgroup designation. As is the case with the non-Finnish, W1a's, W1b's, and W1e's, these all seem to be north European maritime lineages, perhaps descended from a basic W1 lineage in the eastern Baltic Sea around 4,000 years ago.
"One branch sharing the 119 mutation in HVR2 spread to territories on the Baltic and North Atlantic, and Bay of Biscay. Ancient DNA results show W+119 was present in Germany 7300 years ago, in burials of the LBK culture. Finds of the same type continue in the later Schöningen, Salzmünde, and Bernburg cultures through 5000 years ago.
"One sharing the 16295 mutation arose around 3,000 years ago and is found today in the Netherlands and the British Isles."
This is the link directly tied to the T119C mutation.