Haplogroup N1c1 is often connected to the Uralic languages, although it lacks in most of the Samoyed peoples. This haplogroup may have surprised many who are testing their paternal lineage, because it is actually found very widely in Europe, although in low frequencies: in Scandinavia, Poland, Germany, British Isles and even Spain.
So far there is no official phylogeny ("family tree") of N1c1, but many amateurs have been independently working on the topic - myself included.
In Spain there seems to be an early separated cluster. In Germany and Central Europe the N1c1 is derived from the Balto-Polish group. In British Isles N1c1 is mostly of the Scandinavian type, probably due to the Viking activity.
Scandinavian and Balto-Polish groups seem to derive from the North European N1c1, while in Finland and Russia there are groups and subgroups deriving mostly from the East European N1c1.
In this URL there is my continuously updated haplotree of N1c1:http://www.mv.helsinki.fi/home/jphakkin/N1c1Eng67.xps http://www.mv.helsinki.fi/home/jphakkin/N1c1Eng67.pdf