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 on: May 26, 2015, 04:28:51 PM 
Started by tackettAdmin - Last post by donhawley
I am looking to confirm the relationship between the Tackett/Halley (Hawley) families.  My first cousin David Hawley is a 36/36 marker match to Terry Tackett born 1937 in Denton, MO. Does anyone have any information regarding this relationship or can Terry Tackett contact me.

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 on: May 25, 2015, 11:52:10 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by renitacooperallen
I haven't purchased the kit yet (for my father).
I am in search of the parents and/or siblings of Wilson Cooper.
Here's what I know (my line back to Wilson)
Wilson Cooper (1805-1858) married Edney Culbertson (second wife Matilda Ewing) (all three buried in Laurens County SC)
Isaac Newton Cooper (killed in Spottsylvania VA circa 1864) married Minerva Washington(she was remarried to John Hill- she and john buried in Laurens county SC)
Washington Lafayette Cooper married Sally Moore (both buried in Laurens County SC)
William Newton Cooper, Sr. (1909-1975) married Nannie Mae Culbertson (both born and buried in Laurens County SC)
William Newton Cooper Jr. (b 1946)(living) married Bonita Joyce Clevenger (she is buried in Laurens County)

 13 
 on: May 25, 2015, 07:39:33 PM 
Started by deatonadmin - Last post by Maureen E Pierce
Family Finder 268003

Caroline Susy DEATON b ca 1826-1829 TN married Thomas Granville BRAWLEY, (1850 Decatur Co., TN census)
Mary Ella BRAWLEY  1851-1917 Decatur Co., TN mr'd John Riley GOFF
Artie Van GOFF 1887-1971 TN mr'd Jesse Franklin WHITE
Ernest Leonard WHITE 1910-1999
Ernest Terry WHITE 1933-1996
Maureen Elizabeth WHITE PIERCE

 14 
 on: May 25, 2015, 05:25:45 PM 
Started by deatonadmin - Last post by James Phillips
Thomas Elijah Deaton (1679, England) & Mary Corington
Thomas Elijah Deaton (1710, Virginia) & Mary Gibbs
Joseph Deaton, Sr. (1755, Virginia) & Catherine Elizabeth Jordan
Elias M Deaton (1784, North Carolina) & Elizabeth Yarborough
Little Berry Deaton (1820, Tennessee) & Christina Walker
Benjamin Franklin Deaton (1857, Tennessee) & Camilla Catherine Bowman
Benjamin Franklin Deaton (1896, Tennessee) & Sue Etta Crabb

Family Finder Kit 356497

 15 
 on: May 25, 2015, 02:42:47 PM 
Started by deatonadmin - Last post by James Phillips
Thomas Elijah Deaton (1679, England) & Mary Corington
William Deaton (1725, Virginia) & Sarah Jackson
Eldridge Deaton (1775, North Carolina) & Sophia Dobson
John G Deyton (1800, North Carolina) & Elizabeth
Levi L Deaton (1825, North Carolina) & Elizabeth "Betsy" Wilson
Baxter Curtis Deaton (1848, North Carolina) & Mary Polly Bailey
Minnie Deyton (1884, North Carolina)
Zora Deyton (1906, North Carolina)

Family Finder Kit B26763

 16 
 on: May 24, 2015, 06:52:40 PM 
Started by deatonadmin - Last post by alanepperson
Kit B32720 (autosomal, y-DNA67)

Thomas Elijah Deaton, Sr. (1679, England) & Mary Corington
Thomas Elijah Deaton, Jr. (1710, Virginia) & Mary Gibbs
Joseph Deaton, Sr. (1755, Virginia) & Catherine Jordan
John Deaton (1795, North Carolina) & Catherine Stewart
Thomas Deaton (1826, North Carolina) & Harriet Crawford
George Karnes Deaton (1855, Texas) & Elmina Harrison
James Oliver Deaton (1878, Texas) & Tulyar Earwood
Odra Deaton (1903, Texas) & Clare L. Epperson

 17 
 on: May 24, 2015, 06:47:02 PM 
Started by deatonadmin - Last post by James Phillips
Family Finder Kit 265366

Isabelle Deaton, b 1824, m Aaron Wright

 18 
 on: May 24, 2015, 04:34:16 PM 
Started by suzanne cook - Last post by martinj
Hi Suzanne,

Sorry for the delay in replying.

P312 is a very large group covering many European groups. FTDNA will assign such a group where there is insufficient detail in the results, such as where the test was only 37 markers and sometimes 67 markers. Have you compared the STR results with those shown on the Y-Results page of this website, to see which group your dad most closely resembles?

Best Wishes,

Martin

 19 
 on: May 24, 2015, 03:50:59 PM 
Started by dboyles - Last post by dboyles
402474
David A. Boyles (biological last name is Farrow)
David.Boyles@sdsmt.edu  or dvd_byls@yahoo.com
Earliest Ancestor: Gideon Farrow,  b. New Jersey or Pennsylvania about 1765 to 1780

1.     Gideon Farrow, Sr   (above)    X     Hope Lame
2.     Gideon Farrow, Jr.   b. Pemberton, Burlington, New Jersey, 1801-1874 X Mary Ann Croshaw;
3.     George W. Farrow,   b. Pemberton, Burlington, New Jersey, 1844-1891  X     Anna Cordelia Snively Vinnedge;

      Siblings of George W. Farrow:

      Martha Farrow, 1828 – 1913

      William B. Farrow, 1830 – 1867

      Edwin T. Farrow, 1833 – 1862

      James C. Farrow, 1835 – 1913

      John D. Farrow, 1838 – 1874

      Daniel Woolston Farrow, 1841 – 1927

      David M. Farrow, 1841 – dec.

      Leonidas H. Farrow, 1847 – 1892

4.    Harvey Mitchell Farrow  b. Navarro, TX, 1872-1941   X     Pearl Cheever;
5.    Harvey A. Boyles, b. Newkirk, OK, 1912-2001   X    Private

Looking forward to hearing from anyone.


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 on: May 24, 2015, 03:23:04 PM 
Started by Debra Dunbar Nowell - Last post by Debra Dunbar Nowell
Hi Carla,

It's nice to meet you!  Unfortunately, Trish passed away several years ago.  She had two descendants test but I'm not at liberty to reveal their names. 

There are two other people associated with this Dunbar family you could probably contact:
Donald Stanley Dunbar [dsdunbar AT me DOT com]
Debra Wawrzyniak [debbykayann AT att.net]

All the men in Lineage 1 are genetically related and are believed to descend from somewhere in the House of Dunbar Family Tree.  The test that's proving most effective in determining where in the tree is the 'Big Y' test which is very expensive.  The regular price is $575.00 and on sale is usually $475.00.  Maybe you and the other two people above could go in together and order that test for either person above. 

Family Tree DNA has great resources to help you learn about DNA testing.  https://www.familytreedna.com/learn/
They have great Webinars in the Community section you might want to check out. 

If you'd like to send a more complete tree of your direct line of descent from Elizabeth Perkins we can add it to our database.  Please send to: DunbarDNA AT gmail.com

Cheers, Debra


I am cousin to Trish Gray who is posted on the Patriarch site. I descend from:
    Samuel Dunbar, b. c1735 in Ireland?, m. Anne Moore, d. in Ireland?   Trish Gray [pgray223 AT excite.com
◾Alexander Dunbar, Sr., b. 13 Aug 1771, Wicklow, IRE, m. Elizabeth Dolmage, d. 5 Feb 1845, Rockwood, Ont. CAN
   Then their daughter Elizabeth Dunbar who married George Perkins.

I have been in contact with Trish, but have not been able to connect with her lately. I am trying to make sense on how we would go back to the top of the Patriarch page. Also I do not understand the Genetic testing. I know that Trish said another known family member completed the testing. However I can't remember who that might have been. I would appreciate any help on understanding this. Thank You.

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