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 on: February 10, 2016, 02:36:46 PM 
Started by Barbara Ray - Last post by Don Uggla
I found a family line that may fit.  I will send a copy of the records that I found.  More work likely needed to verify this.
Samuel S. Jackman b.c. 1826 in Canterbury, Merimac, NH, m. 1851 Sarah E. Davison
   Eugene C. Jackman b.c. 1852 in IL, m.187x Etta L.
   Jesse M. Jackman b.c. 1856 in IL
   Alice I. Jackman b.c. 1859 in IL
   Cyrus J. Jackman b.c. 1860 in IL? m. Roxena
      Melvin Jackman b.c. 1886 in Ne, m. Elizabeth Wall
      Alice Jackman b.c. 1899

Samuel S. Jackman was a Captain in the Illinois Infantry 1861 for about a year and resigned possibly due to health or injury.  Military records may be useful.  He died shortly after.  Wife Sarah and chlildren next found in Nebraska.

Since Samuel was born in NH, it is possible that he is related to one of the lines that we have tested.  There is a line dating back to Devonshire, England that settled in Newbury MA, 1659 with descendants in NH.  Those lineages will soon be posted on our Patriarchs page.

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 on: February 09, 2016, 01:36:51 PM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
As of 31 January 2016, the Balance in the Project's General Fund was:

$200.00



 3 
 on: February 09, 2016, 11:10:41 AM 
Started by ForsythAdmin - Last post by djm3808
Daniel J Morgan
Kit #249093
djm3808@comcast.net

Ninian Forsythe b. 1795 UK, m. Alison Meikle 11 Jun. 1820, Westruther, Berwick, Scotland.
Elizabeth Forsythe b. 1 Oct 1824, Westruther, Berwick, Scotland. d. 27 Feb 1921, Ontario, Can. m. Hezekiah Helps, 1847, Ontario Can.

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 on: February 09, 2016, 08:08:34 AM 
Started by Kathy Decker - Last post by Mkrwhalen1
name: marcia decker
email: mkrwhalen1@yahoo.com
kit #: B84870
project:  Decker Family
earliest verified ancestor:
Braddock Decker, born 1809 wallkill NY, died 1871 in mamakating NY, married Maria Newkirk 3rd great grandparents
son:
cornelius Decker born  june 1840 orange county NY, died january 14, 1925 fishkill, NY.  married Isabelle Seeley 2nd great grandparents.
son:
Harry Day Decker born january 20, 1887 Beacon, NY, died july 23, 1943 Poughkeepsie, NY.  married Lena Taney, great grandparents.

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 on: February 08, 2016, 08:28:21 PM 
Started by Steven Bird - Last post by aimaasuy72
Nathan Byrd 1780
William Nathan Byrd
John Byrd?
James Eli?
William Nathan Byrd
William Claburn Byrd
Sydney Randolph Byrd( Grandfather)

Looking for the Line before Nathan Byrd my grandfathers line.  Any suggestions? I have done a DNA test through MyAncestry.

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 on: February 08, 2016, 07:01:40 PM 
Started by Raymond P. Anderson - Last post by Raymond P. Anderson
So far two in our Group x of the Anderson / Andersen Project have done FTDNA Y DNA Test 111 and also tested positive for the Scottish 'Picts' SNP marker S695.

Our Groups furthest Ancestors to date are:
For three members of our Group X their furthest known ancestor is the Rev. Nathan Anderson of Hanover and Louisa Counties of Virgina 1740 - 1800+.

For two of our Group X members our furthest known ancestor is David Anderson who
died in Louisa County near Gum Springs area in 1781. David married Judith Anderson whom died in 1816.

Generational Difference between Rev. Nathan Anderson and David Anderson.
A 3 Generational difference according to FTDNA Y DNA 111 test between FTDNA Kit# 86095 and Kit # 308026.

While both Kit#s 86095 and 308026 have both tested Positive for SNP S695
I (86095) has also done the Big Y Test of which I have 6 new SNPs which can be
seen on Alex Williamson's Big Tree located on webpage by searching for "Anderson 86095":
http://ytree.net/DisplayTree.php?blockID=9

Scottish SNP marker S695 is before the use of Surnames or Clan names so several Surnames are descendants of S695. The six new SNPs I have on the webpage above are
getting us much closer to when Surnames were first used in Scotland.

Interested any hearing from those who test positive for SNP S695 or are related to Scottish Anderson's in Louisa or Hanover Counties of Virginia.

We suspect our Scottish ancestors in Virgina from Scotland to be Robert and Charles Anderson located on Stone Horse Creek in Hanover County Virginia. Robert also patented land just above Gum Springs, Louisa County, Va left of Owens Creek. There are two Licking Hole Creeks in Louisa County Va. Robert patented his land on
a creek marked on a Confederate Civil War map as "Lickn Hoe Branch" left of Owens Creek. When you follow this branch down into Goochland County Va you see the legal name for this branch is Licking Hole Creek. This area in Louisa County Va and the Stone Horse Creek area in Hanover were clearly Scots and Presbyterians.



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 on: February 08, 2016, 02:36:33 PM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
I would like to establish a target balance for the General Fund of $300.00.  We are currently at $200.00.  Once we reach that target, I would like to begin group testing.  At no time will the balance in our General Fund fall below $100.00, so that gives you the parameters for when Group Testing will be conducted and cease temporarily.

All Group Testing will require a minimum 50% match by the individual involved.  Since I am dedicated to helping Members establish Lineages and discover their place on the yDNA Haplotree, my first priority will be to offer those Members who have tested only 12 markers an opportunity to upgrade to 25 markers if they will pay for half of the cost.  In addition, for those Members who have not tested beyond the FTDNA estimate of their early SNP mutation and are not in Lineages where some other Member has already tested further, a similar matching offer will apply to any SNP Pack, if one is available.  Beyond these two priorities, Suzanne and I will consider any other yDNA testing proposal from any Member, other than those who are connected to us personally in some way, with the exception of Big Y, which is beyond the financial means of the Project's General Fund.  You can submit these proposals for New Member testing, STR upgrades, and SNP testing in a private e-mail to Suzanne, me or both of us.  These will not be discussed with the Membership.  In all cases, Suzanne and I will decide which Group Tests will be purchased.

If there should be more demand for testing than our limited means can provide, we will effectively conduct an auction and give those involved an opportunity to raise their matching level, which will presumably both limit the number of testing candidates and help preserve the Project's funds.  The testing priority will be determined by how much an individual is willing to contribute to the test in such a case.

If you would like to contribute to the Project's General Fund, here is the link:

https://www.familytreedna.com/group-general-fund-contribution.aspx


 8 
 on: February 08, 2016, 03:35:20 AM 
Started by Clyde Hood - Last post by rhood53
HENRY D. HOOD, JR. 1918 DIED 2001 BORN IN ALBANY, LA- MARRIED DOROTHY MILLER1924 LIVING
CHILDREN OF HENRY AND DOROTHY HOOD

VIRGINIA HOOD 1942 LIVING-WESTAKE, LA MARRIED DAVID OLIVER (DAUGHTER)
JERRY H. HOOD 1944 LIVING-WESTLAKE, LA.-MARRIED MARTHA SIMON (SON)
RANDALL B. HOOD 1953 LIVING-MOSS BLUFF, LA. (SON)
AMBER HOOD 1955 LIVING-LAKE CHARLES, LA. MARRIED MARK VEST (DAUGHTER)

My Great great great great grandparents William Hood bet 1765 and 1775-1822
                                                      Mary Elliott Hood bet 1765 and 1777-?
                                                      married Oct. 24, 1792
their
son Henry Elliott Hood 1808-1906 born in Kentucky died in Louisiana
wife Keziah Wiley 1810-1890
I've traced these down to my granddad Henry David Hood, Sr.    Livingston parish, Louisiana

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 on: February 07, 2016, 09:13:26 PM 
Started by Barbara Ray - Last post by Barbara Ray
His name is Melvin Jackman. He was born around 1889 (give or take). He was married to Elizabeth "Lizzie" Wall in 1916 and died in 1918 (one month before my grandmother was  born. He was married and died in Sevier County Arkansas.

His daughters name was Melvelean Virginia Jackman, born in DeQuien Sevier Arkansas. I have a copy of the marriage certificate and death info but nothing else.

There is a possibility that he was from Nebraska and his father was Syrus/Cyrus and mom Roxena. I have exhausted all possibilities and even contacted the clerks office in Sevier county and they didn't have much. I want to complete this line and see how far back I can go with his lineage. I have a lot on Melvelean's side but not on his. Any assistance you can give me would be greatly appreciated and I will do what I can to return the favor.

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 on: February 07, 2016, 03:12:22 AM 
Started by Sarah Shingleton - Last post by Patricia Carter
Trying to find my Biggs line.
Ellender Biggs b.1787 Fauquier Co VA d.09-1859 m.Francis Carter 04-24-1807 in Fauquier Co VA b.1774 Pr. Wm Co VA d.02-20-1868. Up date - Marriage bond states that  Elizabeth Biggs her mother.  John Biggs was her brother.
I found the father of my Ellender Biggs who married Francis Carter in Fauquier Co. VA 
John Biggs d.1805 Pr. Wm. Co. VA 

JOHN BIGGS Will
Prince William County Will Book I, pt. 62
7 Apr 1804; proved 2 Sep 1805
In the name of God Amen I JOHN BIGGS of the County of Prince William being sick and weak of body but of sound and perfect memory do make constitute and appoint this my last will and testament in manner following that is to say after all my just and lawful debts are paid my desire is that my loving wife ELISABETH shall keep all my property together for the support of my children as hereafter named Viz. ANN, ELENOR, WILLIAM, FANNY, JAMES & ELIZABETH.  My further desire is that if my wife should marry she shall in that case be allow3ed a third party of my property and finally my will and desire is that after the death of my wife the whole of my property of what kind soever shall be divided among my children as above named and allotted and take possession of the residue for the benefit of my loving children aforesaid and hereby ordain, constitute my good friend FRANCIS MANUEL SENR. Executor of this my last will revoking and making void all wills heretofore made.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seale this seventh day of April 1804.
JOHN BIGGS  {seal}

Signed sealed published & declared as and for the last will & testament of the above named JOHN BIGGS in the presence of us

HENRY D. HOOE
RICE HOOE
SARAH GAINES

At a Court held for Prince William County Sept. 2nd 1805.

This last will and testament of JOHN BIGGS decd. was presented to the Court and being proved by the oath of HENRY D. HOOE was ordered to be recorded.
Teste
JOHN WILLIAMS  Ct. Cur.

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