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 on: September 01, 2014, 02:00:33 PM 
Started by alfordadmin - Last post by Peggy McClinton
Ancestry Y DNA test This kit matched one Alford line as MRCA 1 on Ancestry and 1 MRCA 2.

I have done Autosomal on me and have my test uploaded to gedmatch.com and the cousin has one on there  M210849 and A646239 different tests I would like to find matches to the kits and the Alford lines, to try and get to the correct line for my great grandfather. I have one 3rd to distant cousin match that has a Alford female born 1844 in Arkansas but I can not get her paternal line, as I can not find a marriage record for her parents to see who her father was. Thanks for any help .

Josiah McClinton Born: 30 Dec 1865 in Sevier County, Arkansas     
Death 1 Jul 1912 in Division Hills County Ward, Ft. Worth, Tarrent County,Texas
Married; Theodora Weaver

2nd generation
John William McClinton  Birth 5 October 1890 in Rosebud, Falls County, Texas
Death 17 March 1941 in Oklahoma city, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
Married ; Arizona Augusta Maude Roberson

3rd generation DNA Testor
Born June 6, 1933

peggymcclinton@yahoo.com

 42 
 on: September 01, 2014, 12:12:33 PM 
Started by mcclurera - Last post by mcclurera
Hello,

My name is Robert McClure, M2 on the McClure Project.  I am looking for McClures with a GD of 10 to do deep clade testing.  FTDNA TiP calculates a GD 10 as a TMRCA of 24 generations at 96.37% reliability, being approximately 1300 A.D.

I have 16 testable new novel single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) most I believe a GD 10 would match, proving that MRCA and some he wouldn't showing where and when our families branched off.

I found Mr. Robert David McClure, Mr. William Horn McClure, Mr. Ira Richard McClure Sr. and (McClure Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland), none of whom I've been able to contact.

I'll pay for the test.

Please post or email.

Thanks,
Bob McClure
mcclurera@yahoo.com   

 43 
 on: September 01, 2014, 02:57:10 AM 
Started by Maliclavelli - Last post by malikakram
“While there have been no attested exemplars of E1*, its sub-clade, E1a (M33), is found most often in West Africa, and today it is especially common in the region of Mali. One study has found haplogroup E1a-M33 Y-chromosomes in as much as 34% (15/44) of a sample of Malian men. Haplogroup E1a also has been detected among samples obtained from Guinea-Bissau, Moroccan Berbers, Sahrawis, Burkina Faso, northern Cameroon, Senegal, Sudan, Egypt and Portugal (5/553 or approximately 0.9%).

 44 
 on: August 31, 2014, 06:00:33 PM 
Started by Elizina - Last post by djohnson1947
Prewett

I am looking for P.P. or P.R. Prewett that married Elizabeth Lee Bedegrew (mispelleded Bellgrew on license) on Jan. 5, 1876 in Vernon County, MO. I have no other info on P.P. or P. R. Prewett other than a census in 1880 says he was born in KY. On that same census Elizabeth (Lizzie) Prewett and her 2 year old daughter, Ada Prewett (my great grandmother) were living in Greenwood County, Kansas with her parents Jonathan A. and Sarah M, Hammond Bedegrew and siblings Cynthia and Ada. "Lizzie" and her family were living in Ft. Scott, Bourbon Co., Kansas at the time of her marriage to Prewett. Does anyone have any further information on P.P. or P.R. Prewett?

 45 
 on: August 30, 2014, 11:07:06 AM 
Started by WilkinsAdmin - Last post by JWilkins
Wilkins pedigree. Sample provided by my brother for Y-DNA. Kit 359828. Waiting for results.

Bray Wilkins b 1610 (Wales?), Hannah
Thomas Wilkins b 1647 Salem, MA, Hannah
Joseph Wilkins b 1680 Salem, MA, Margaret
Archelaus Wilkins 1 b 1721 Middleton, MA, Rachel
Archelaus Wilkins 2 b 1756 Wilton, NH, Sarah
Aaron Wilkins b 1781 Wilton, NH, Mary Polly
Joel Wilkins b 1824  Wilton, NH, Lucinda
George R. Wilkins b 1849 ME, Harriet
Linwood L. Wilkins b 1878 Oxford, ME, Bertha
Robert N. Wilkins b 1905 Beverly, MA, Doris

Jackie Wilkins - JaclynnBurke@gmail.com
Thank you!

 46 
 on: August 30, 2014, 06:23:40 AM 
Started by Maliclavelli - Last post by Maliclavelli
Hi. Have you any news of this family? Is it linked to you?

George Phillip BEACHAM             
b. 15 Jun 1894 St. George, Washington, Utah, USA
m. 4 Apr 1918 Parowan, Iron, Utah, USA
d. 12 Oct 1951 Cedar City, Iron, Utah, USA

George William BEACHAM   
b. 3 Nov 1872 St. George, Washington, Utah, USA
m. 20 Sep 1893 St. George, Washington, Utah, USA
d. 17 Jun 1947 St. George, Washington, Utah, USA

Jacob BEACHAM          
b. 20 Aug 1831 Midsomer-Norton, Somerset, England
d. 22 Dec 1893 St. George, Washington, Utah, USA

Philip BEACHAM       
b. ABT 1805 <Midsomer-Norton, Somerset, England>


 47 
 on: August 30, 2014, 06:07:22 AM 
Started by Maliclavelli - Last post by Maliclavelli

EK3WY Risso Pra, Genova, Italy
14 23 14 11 11 11 12 13 13 13 13 29 16 9 9 11 11 26 15 19 30 15 16 16 17 11 11 19 23 15 12 12 10 11 12 23 10 13 12 12 13 30 24
TN2ZH Beacham England
14 23 14 11 11 11 12 14 12 14 13 30 17 9 9 11 11 25 15 19 30 15 16 16 17 11 11 19 23 15 13 12 12 11 12 23 10 13 12 12 12 30 24

These two haplotypes are surely linked and Beacham sheds some doubt on the DYS461=10 of Risso, which couldn't be from 11 but a multistep mutation from 12. Then the idea I had of Risso as an L23 ancestor of the "Balkan cluster" doesn't fit anymore, also for DYS441=13 and not 14 and DYS446=13 in Risso and even 12 in Beacham. It would be interesting a SNP test. We shouldn't exclude, seen that Risso is a Ligurian, some form of U152.

 48 
 on: August 30, 2014, 06:01:49 AM 
Started by Maliclavelli - Last post by Maliclavelli

EK3WY Risso Pra, Genova, Italy
14 23 14 11 11 11 12 13 13 13 13 29 16 9 9 11 11 26 15 19 30 15 16 16 17 11 11 19 23 15 12 12 10 11 12 23 10 13 12 12 13 30 24
TN2ZH Beacham England
14 23 14 11 11 11 12 14 12 14 13 30 17 9 9 11 11 25 15 19 30 15 16 16 17 11 11 19 23 15 13 12 12 11 12 23 10 13 12 12 12 30 24

These two haplotypes are surely linked and Beacham sheds some doubt on the DYS461=10 of Risso, which couldn't be from 11 but a multistep mutation from 12. Then the idea I had of Risso as an L23 ancestor of the "Balkan cluster" doesn't fit anymore, also for DYS441=13 and not 14 and DYS446=13 in Risso and even 12 in Beacham. It would be interesting a SNP test. We shouldn't exclude, seen that Risso is a Ligurian, some form of U152.

 49 
 on: August 28, 2014, 07:05:07 PM 
Started by NancyHickman - Last post by Nancy Hickman
Has been posted to Patriarch Page:

William Gibson, Sr. b ca 1722 MD; d. 1767 Maryland                      [amhosage AT comcast.net]
John Gibson b 1758 Frederick Co MD; d 1846 Wilson Co TN m Ruth
Jeremiah Gibson b 1787 Rowan/Iredell Co NC; d bef 1846 Davidson Co TN
Newsome Gibson, Sr. b 1817 TN; d 1875 TN
Newsome Gibson, Jr.  b 1847 TN; d 1915 TN
Hickman Joyce Gibson, Sr. b 1881 TN; d 1940 TN                            Kit # 351453
Rebecca b. 1789; d. 1865 m Middleton Belt, m Wm C Baskins
Elizabeth b. 1793; d. bef 1865 m Wm C Jennings
Cintha b.1797; aft 1880 m Joel Jennings
Aaron b. 1800; d. 1866 m Eliz Patterson
Temperance b. 1805; d. 1881 m James Buckner
William Gibson, Jr. b 20 Mar 1761 Frederick Co MD; d aft 1812
James Gibson b 13 Jul 1764 Frederick MD; d 1830 Morgan Co IL, m Rebecca Robinson
John  b 1789 Iredell Co NC
James  b 2 Jun 1791 Iredell Co NC
Martha  b 17 Jan 1793 Iredell Co NC
Jacob  b 1797 prob Knox CoTN
Isham  b 15 Jun 1803 Wilson Co TN
Sally  b 28 Nov 1804 Wilson Co TN

 50 
 on: August 26, 2014, 04:24:20 PM 
Started by cacitoo - Last post by cacitoo
Is it feasible to begin a study using our DNA results - to connect the three of us to a 1688 possible ancestor?  If so, what is the most important task to begin on?  Read on, please...!

We would love to clear up a several years' brick wall for Henry McINTIRE of New England.  Recently we received Family Finder results for the 3 of us distant cousins.  We have discovered a connection via that DNA.   I would love to have some pointers as to how we should proceed to legitimatize this as much as can be.

**  First, paper trail info on Henry.  The earliest we have found him is 1740 in Falmouth, Cumberland Co, Maine.  His first marriage was 1744. He d. before 2 Oct 1787 in Falmouth.   We suspect he would have been born 1720 or even earlier.

** The ancestor's surname that 'spoke' to me was KNEELAND.  The Match person's surname is Kneeland as well.  It jogged my brain to thinking that Kneeland was a female's surname attached to an early Massachusetts McINTIRE  - who did not connect to our McIntire line.

** (There are 2 more women's surnames besides KNEELAND that come out of the prowling around: FOWLER and GRAVES.)

** I googled and was excited to find that a Jonathan McINTIRE m. a Martha KNEELAND in 1705 Massachusetts.
** I then found two surnames connected to Martha K.  Her mother was a FOWLER.  From a prior marriage Martha K.  had a daughter Martha GRAVES.
** In 1712 M. Graves married her stepfather's (Jonathan's) brother David McINTIRE.  David and Martha had 7 children born between 1708 and 1728.  This is the period we feel our Henry McINTIRE would have been born.  Is it possible that Henry Mc. is a son to David McIntire and Martha Graves?  Martha's grandmother was a FOWLER, her mother was a KNEELAND and Martha was a GRAVES.

** In my DNA results I found KNEELAND 3 times as an ancestor's surname in Family Finder.  Between we three distant cousins FOWLER was found 21 times.  GRAVES was found 27 times.

** Expanding these finds further up David McINTIRE's line, David is a son to Philip McIntire who was b. 1630 in Glencoe, Argyle, Scotland.  Philip m. Mary NICHOLS in 1666 in MA.  The allied line of NICHOLS was found by the 3 of us for 34 times.

** One more important piece.  In the  yDNA McIntyre project under FTDNA, my brother's (a McIntire) DNA is posted in a group of 2 other men.  One man has apparently done a paper trail as he indicates that Philip McIntire, b. 1630 Argylshire, Scotland is his furthest known ancestor.

Thanks very much for your time.  Would anyone here be able to help me?   Is there an expert whom I should contact?

Cindy





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