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 on: July 03, 2016, 08:52:01 AM 
Started by Maliclavelli - Last post by Maliclavelli
As a result of examining me showed Haplogroup - R0a2c mtdna the mother's side and I want to see my mother and relatives Please Help

If you post your data here or send them to me (gioiellotgnn06@gmail.com) we can see whom you are closer to, but very likely to the Arabian cluster seen your origin.

 42 
 on: June 30, 2016, 08:37:01 PM 
Started by Maliclavelli - Last post by fahad0130
As a result of examining me showed Haplogroup - R0a2c mtdna the mother's side and I want to see my mother and relatives Please Help

 43 
 on: June 29, 2016, 04:43:25 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by Tom Caulley
•       Kit Number – 518748
•       Name of person posting pedigree – Christopher Colley
•       Email address to be posted with pedigree – chrisdcolley@yahoo.com
 
Andrew Colley, unk.   D1801 - Christian Co. KY, m. Susannah (unknown)
   William Colley, July 13, 1781 Chesterfield SC, D Aug 13, 1858 – Christian Co, KY, m. Sarah Killebrew
        Andrew Thompson Colley 1812 Christian Co KY D Nov 6 1902 Calloway Co KY m Martha Ann Barton
          Joseph Calvin Colley, Oct 31, 1848  Weakley, TN, D Oct 21, 1909  Cove, AR, m. Barbara Lavanda Cheek
              Coda C. Colley, March 8, 1893 – Hatfield, AR, D Sept 15, 1971 Hatfield, AR, m. Ola Mae Loyd

 44 
 on: June 29, 2016, 09:19:56 AM 
Started by Bill Sweeney - Last post by Bill Sweeney
It is said in local history that a group of people came down from Donegal to Leitrim around 1795.  They came to a mountain outside Ballinamore.  There is a monument to the Ultachs on the mountain.  There were Sweeneys in the group, but I'm not sure if my Sweeneys were among them.  My family lived in a townland, Gubnaveagh, on the mountain until around 1963.  My furthest documented ancestor is John Sweeney, perhaps born around 1810.  I have an 111 marker Y-DNA test, an autosomal test, and the Big-Y.  Any hints as to how I can spot Sweeneys in Donegal that share my DNA?  Most of my Y-DNA matches are from further back in Scotland. Thanks.

 45 
 on: June 27, 2016, 06:06:15 AM 
Started by amberbaltic - Last post by amberbaltic
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 46 
 on: June 26, 2016, 08:38:54 PM 
Started by Dennis Patrick - Last post by Dennis Patrick
Does anybody have an actual source for Robert Patrick B. 1705 in Edinburgh, Scotland, D. 1758 Frederick County Province Maryland? This is what I found on the internet.

I found a source for a birth for Robert Patrick June 22, 1705 Sibsey, Lincoln, England. His Father, John Patrick, I don't know if this is the same person.

Robert Patrick came to Philadelphia PA on Aug. 25, 1725 at the age of 21. He came as a bound servant on the ship Amity from the Bideford, England. He was Indentured Servant to James Gerard. He owned property in 1741 in Salisbury Township, Lancaster County PA. and Yellow Britches Creek, PA. Between 1754-1758 he was Constable of Sugar Loaf Hundred. His son James was one of the Colonel Washington's soldiers at Braddock's Defeat defeat. Most of Robert Patrick's children served with Washington in the Revolutionary War.

The family of Robert Patrick b. 1705 is believed to have lived near George Washington and are believed to have been well aquainted with the Washington family. I read one account somewhere that said they were childhood friends. James stated in his Pension Affidavit that he knew George Washington long before the Revolutionary War.

 47 
 on: June 24, 2016, 12:28:28 AM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
As of 23 June 2016, the Balance in the Project's General Fund was:

$390.00

Thank you for your generous contributions to the Fund in order to help us extend our genetic knowledge of the various Barker lineages.

The Project currently has 134 Members.

If you would like to contribute to the Fund, please visit the following web page:

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

Thank you.

 48 
 on: June 23, 2016, 08:29:56 AM 
Started by wing_genealogist - Last post by layers
I have traced my father, Pitt Edward Ayers back to Moses Ayres in colonial america & on to John LeEyre in England. He is deceased now so I can't test his DNA. Is the halogroup listed for that group of Ayres? Thank you, Linda 

 49 
 on: June 23, 2016, 04:45:02 AM 
Started by Staistips - Last post by Staistips
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 50 
 on: June 23, 2016, 01:03:45 AM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
Family Tree DNA has just released five new SNP Packs, bringing the total to 55 now.  All five are being offered at the usual introductory price of $99.00.  They are:

J1-S12192 & BY67
R1b-U152
R1b-Z367
R1b-Z43
R1b-Z49

I also like the fact that they relabeled some of the previous yDNA Haplogroup J SNP Packs so that you can easily tell if they pertain to the J1 or the J2 branches.  We currently do not have any Kits in the Project in J1, so none of these J1 SNP Packs are useful to any of our Members at present.  However, the older J2-M172 SNP Pack would seem to be a good fit for three of our Members who show that ending SNP for now.

We have one Member who has tested to R-U152 and the new R1b-U152 SNP Pack looks like it might be useful unless a decision to take Big Y at some point in the future has been made.  From their currently estimated or tested SNP positions, I do not see any of our other Members being able to utilize the other three new SNP Packs at this time.

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