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 on: January 16, 2017, 02:43:52 PM 
Started by Dennis Patrick - Last post by TRPatrick
Not sure if this will be of help, but he does cite a lot of work that can't be readily found online.

https://archive.org/details/TheNameAndFamilyPatrick1940

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 on: January 15, 2017, 02:11:55 PM 
Started by Jeanne E. Killick - Last post by JIshikawa
William "Elder" Brewster (abt. 1566-1644) / Mary (1568-1627)
Jonathan Brewster (1593-1659) / Lucretia Oldham (1600-1679)
Grace Brewster (1639-1684) / Daniel Whetherell (1630-1719)
Mary Whetherell (1668-1711) / George M. Denison (1671-1720)
Borodell Denison (1701-1751) / Jonathan Latimer (1698-1778)
Ann Jayne Lattimer (1720-1804) / Robert Lattimore (1715-1787)
Arthur Latimer (1740-1784) / Margaret Hanna (1750-1840)
Robert B. Latimer (1777-1842) / Sarah Sallie Campbell (1778-1827)
Margaret Ann Lattimer (1802-1905) / Robert Milligan Lindsey (1792-1888)
Sarah Jane Lindsey (1832-1915) / George Canning Martin (1827-1864)
Mary Margaret Martin (1859-1953) / George Williams Foster (1857-1908)
Eliza Ann Foster (1883-1939) / Melchor Humbert Jones (1894-1939)
Grandparents (Lineage to William Brewster through maternal grandparent)
Parents (Lineage to William Brewster through father's line)
Self

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 on: January 14, 2017, 11:20:23 PM 
Started by Warbird117 - Last post by Warbird117
After having the FTDNA-Y67 Test Done I have an exact match 0 generations with an Eric Burke Mills in  California. I also have a very close match with Charles Foran Warner within 3 generations. Not sure what all this means. Documentation found from my cousin Frances Covington's research in the 1980's suggested that Augustus Ruben Warner's father and mother were not married. At this point I'm not sure which side of the family was Warner and which side was possibly a Mills. Erick had the Y-111 test and the MTDNA , I since have upgraded to the Y-111 and the SNP upgrade also. Erick's Mills ancestors were Quakers in the same area as some Warner families as far back as the mid to late 1700's and early 1800's in North Carolina. My family remained for the most part and his family traces through Tennessee. Any way I can tell how many Cm and segments we are related? Have tried everything to figure it out but to no avail. I now wonder if our common ancestor is not possibly a male Warner and female Mills even though he can trace his lineage back to John Mills born about 1660 in England, while I cannot seem to get past A.R.Warner born 1808...North Carolina with his father noted in the 1880 census as being born in Connecticut.

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 on: January 12, 2017, 03:08:16 AM 
Started by mcgs - Last post by Barry Chapman
Happy to discuss your mail and your offer to assist re James Claypool of Lost River, Va. However, I'd prefer to do that via email - you can contact me via ydna@claypoolefamily.com

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 on: January 12, 2017, 02:00:50 AM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
Awhile back, I also became a Co-Administrator of the "Norman" Project.  It's official name is England GB Groups eij (Norman), but I just call it the "Norman" Project.  This is a history project instead of a surname, Haplogroup or geographic project.  It focuses on the men who were with William the Conqueror when he invaded England in 1066 and the "eij" part of the official title signifies that they think most of these men were in yDNA Haplogroups E, I and J.  The word Norman is itself a contraction of Norse Man and they were Norwegian and Danish Vikings who had settled (conquered) the Normandy area of France.

I know.  So, what is a descendant of the Yamnaya horse riders from the Pontic Steppe doing with Vikings?  Well, believe it or not, I'm their technical adviser with regard to SNPs and SNP testing.

In any case, one of my fellow Co-Administrators linked Members to this wonderful set of European "tribal" (really Haplographic) maps and I wanted to share the link with you.

http://www.abroadintheyard.com/maps-of-europes-ancient-tribes-kingdoms-and-y-dna/


I love the starting picture, which shows the Earth, probably as seen from the International Space Station, but seemingly out the window of an old cottage.  Then, they have maps from about 9,000, 4,000, 1,000 and 800 years ago, showing how the various Haplogroups have spread throughout Europe during that period of time and then have become mixed.  The maps are a little light for my taste, but you can enhance their boldness by clicking on them.  Once you do that, you can also zoom in on any area you choose.

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 on: January 09, 2017, 10:01:58 PM 
Started by moonAdmin - Last post by Dennis K. Moon
My name is James Walter Moon. I live in Guntersville, Alabama where I was born. My Father was Earl Simpson Moon, Grandfather was Francis Butler Moon, Greatgrandfather was Jonas Posey Moon. I am led to believe that somehow my family came from Bucks Co. PA and from there to Sevier Co. TN. I know they moved from Sevier Co. Tn., with at least three other families to this area of North Alabama in the 1800s. The rest is sketchy. Can you help?

CORRECTION: my Grandfather was William Walter Moon, Greatgrandfather was Francis Butler Moon, his father was Jonas Posey Moon.

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 on: January 09, 2017, 08:13:07 PM 
Started by zoniehood - Last post by ladydoc
Born Scotland:
George Keith, b.1631-1694 ^ Lady Mary Hay b.1633-1701
    William Keith 9th Earl Marischal b.1663-1712 ^ Mary Drummond b.1675-1729
        Rev. James Keith b. 1695-1752 ^ Mary Isham Randolph b. 1717-1772
Born USA:
Thomas Randolph Keith b.1736-1805 ^Judith Keith 1759-1864
     John Marshall Keith b.1775-1841 ^ Nancy Keith b. 1799-
        Thornton Keith b.1814-1844 ^ Sarah Keith b. 1792-1871
             Daniel Marshall Keith b. 1825-1896 ^ Virginia Tucker Washington b.1843-1927
Grandfather: Frederick Daniel Keith 1896-1959 ^ Marguerite Slater Keith b.1881-1918
Father: Frank Ross Slater Keith b. 1914-1982                           

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 on: January 09, 2017, 01:09:14 PM 
Started by web master - Last post by web master
I am searching for a living male descendant from Jacob Franks b. 1687 or Moses Franks b 1717. Jacob's sons are believed to include Naphtali b c1715, David b. 1720, and Moses b c1723. Jacob Franks is believed to be the brother of Moses Franks b. 1717, whose grandson may be David Salisbury Franks b.1743
I would like to discern whether this Franks family of New York and Philadelphia is related to the Michael Franks (b. c1725 in Germany and d 1793 in German Township PA) by using a Y-DNA test. Descendants of Michael Franks (1725-1793) have already been tested, so the test results of a direct male descendant from the Jacob (b 1687) or Moses (b 1717) would either match that Y-DNA or not, telling us whether these Franks family are related. If you have the name of a living male descendant, please contact me. There will be no cost for the Y-DNA test.

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 on: January 09, 2017, 12:07:57 AM 
Started by Steven Bird - Last post by Deebyrd
Posting Pedigree as I know it

My dad was Robert D Byrd born 1944 died 2012.  Mother Berths Rudder Father Robert F Byrd.

Great grandfather - Edward (Eddie)Byrd wife Addie
Great x2 - James Byrd wife Rebecca Rackley
Great x 3- Gabriel Byrd wife Rebecca
Great x4- John D Byrd wife Mary

From what I can tell they were from Tennessee and Arkansas

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 on: January 08, 2017, 10:53:29 AM 
Started by MelissaCravenFowler - Last post by MelissaCravenFowler
I have recently joined my DNA profile and that of my brother to the Craven Project and sent a  patriarch lineage to Cory Craven at the email address sprinkled around the project pages. No reply and my email server announced a problem in getting a message to him.
Does anyone know what's going on?

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