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 51 
 on: March 27, 2014, 02:35:29 PM 
Started by Steven Perkins - Last post by Linda Potter Reynolds
Y-DNA pending

Alan Cotton - b 1290 Shropshire, m Margaret De Acton, d 1320 England
Hugh Cotton - b 1310  Cheshire, m Isabel DeHeyton 1334, d 1360 Cheshire
Richard deCotton - b 1336 Coton, England, d 1431 Colon, England
Roger De Cotton - b 1368 Coton, England, m Ellen Grymelond 1394, d 1464 Shropshire
Wm De Cotton - b 1409 Shrops, Englabnd, m Unkf Hukes 1432, d 1491 Shropshire, Eng
Wm De Cotton - b 1432 Shropshire, Eng, m Agnes Young 1460, d 1470
Sir John Cotton - b 1465 Shropshire, m Cicely Mainwaring, d 1558 Shropshire
Richard Cotton - b 1478 Straffordshire, m Johanna St John, d 1534 Straffordshire
John Cotton - b1530 London, m Pery Cheyne, d 1589 London
Wm Cotton, Bishop of Exeter Cotton - b 1560 Exeter, Devon, m Mary Hulme, d 8/26/1621 Devon, Eng
Rev Edward Archdeacon Tothes Cotton-b 1586 Devon, Eng, m Margaret Bruton,
Rev John Cotton-b 5/4/1615, m Ann White 1626 Topsham, Devon, Eng, d 7/14/1679
Wm White Cotton-b 1630 VA, US, m Grace Isham 1650, d 1655 Virginia, US
Isham White Cotton-b 1656 British Colonial America, m Ann Axton 1679, d 3/23/1743 VA, US
Mealy Whitecotton, Sr-b 1681 VA, m Sarah Ann Foote 6/27/1676, d 6/3/1733 VA
George Whitecotton Sr-b 1707 VA, m Bridget 1726, d 3/23/1744
George Whitecotton Jr-b 1729 VA, m 1749 Mary Harris, d 1756 VA
James Whitecotton-b 3/14/1750, m Ruth Newton 1770 VA, d 1/7/1849 Kentucky
Aaron Whitecotton-b 5/10/1778 British Colonial US, m Nancy Ann Hatfield, d 7/9/1870 Reynolds County, MO
Smith W. Cotton-b 3/12/1830 Tennessee, m Martha Barnes 1851, d 3/12/1830 Reynolds County, MO
*Morgan W. Sanders Potter-b 1867 Reynolds County, MO, m Mary Gossett 6/19/1892, d 9/18/1953 buried Reynolds County, MO
Brittain Zelotus Potter-b 11/12/1898 Reynolds County, MO, m Jewel Rodgers, d June 1984 Ellsinore, MO



*Morgan Potter was adopted by John & Betty Potter.  Betty's mother was Keziah Whitecotton-sister to Smith Whitecotton.  Morgan was believed to be an out of wedlock son of one of the Whitecotton boys and a young Sanders girl that worked as a domestic in their home.  


lndareynolds@gmail.com

 52 
 on: March 27, 2014, 12:31:39 PM 
Started by Terry Barton - Last post by Stephen Parrish
Hello my name is Frank,
I am new to this forum and brand new to DNA testing, reading and interpreting results. I just got my Geno 2.0 results back and my Parental Line is R-Z199, Maternal line J1B3A. I transfered it over to FTDNA and got Parental line R-SRY2627, Maternal line the same. So my question is GENO 2.0 has one an FTDN has an other, is there two different R groups or are they both the same??? Thanks

Frank -

Z199+ and SRY2627+ are distinct SNPs that are apparently phylogenetically equivalent according to one haplotree that I consulted.

Please consider joining two Y-SNP haplogroup projects hosted by Family Tree DNA: SRY2627+/L176.2+/Z198+ DNA Project and DF27+ and Subclades DNA Project.

Stephen

 53 
 on: March 27, 2014, 09:56:02 AM 
Started by Shirley Branch Fleming - Last post by Nathalie Branch Bernard
Descendants of :

William Branch b. about 1807 d. 1869
m. 21 DEC 1836 in Miramichi NB CANADA
Mary Catherine Sinclair b. about 1819 daug. of Angus Sinclair and Mary Sara McLean

Richard Branch b. 10 JAN 1841 in Bathurst NB CANADA d. 19 FEB 1912
m. abt 1862
Isabella Black b. about 1843 d. 1898 daug. of Hugh Black and Jane Glendenning

John Angus S. Branch b. 28 may 1874 Burnsville NB CANADA d. 7 NOV 1939
m. 16 JUL 1895
Marie Victoire Cormier b. 28 AUG 1874 in Caraquette NB CANADA d. 07 MAR 1953 in Burnsville NB  CANADA daug. of Augustin Cormier and Christine Legere

Richard Augustin Branch b. 24 NOV 1900 Burnsville NB d. 03 May 1970
- m. #1 25 APR 1922
Adeline Godin b. 09 FEB 1898 d. 25 FEB 1944
daug. of Cesaire Godin and Marie Adeline Pinet
- m. #2 17 JUN 1944
Genevieve Yvonne Theriault b. 02 JAN 1915 in Bertrand d. 10 mar 1981 daug. of Gelas Theriault and Marianne Theriault

Joseph Pierre Yvon Branch  (son from m. #2) (It's my Dad)

Nathalie Branch Bernard

 54 
 on: March 26, 2014, 02:36:05 PM 
Started by northAdmin - Last post by stonehog
Anthony North b.1626 Va. d.1700 Va. m. Joane Rackley b. 1628 Va. d.1684 Va
William North b. 1652 Va. d.1706 Va. m. Mary Callaway b. 1655 Va. d.1711 Va
William North b. 1700 Va. d. 1748 Va. m Susannah Cottrell b.1710 Va. d.1747 Va
Thomas North b. 1742 Va. d. 1793 Va. m. Sarah W. McCarty b.1740 Conn. d.1772 Va
Thomas North b. 1760 Va. d.1837 Va. m. Mildred Clayton b. 1750 Va. D. 1784 Va.
Thomas Francis North b. 1784 Va. d.aft 1852 Mo. m. Elizabeth Branch b.1785 Va d1860 Mo.
James Richard North b.1825 Ken. d,1888 Mo. m Emiline Allison b. 1827 Tenn d.aft 1888 Mo.
Willis Franklin North b. 1870 Mo. d. 1916 Mo. m. Lavada Frances Capps b. 1877 mo d.1904

 55 
 on: March 26, 2014, 11:39:25 AM 
Started by Linda Potter Reynolds - Last post by Linda Potter Reynolds
I am looking for a way to trace my father's heritage.  His grandfather was adopted, but family told history places him as a Whitecotton (Smith or his cousin Morgan).  Hoping the Y-DNA test can provide some answers.  I have the lineage traced to 1400 AD thru Ancestry.com ~~ but would like to know for sure that this is correct.  I have not ordered test yet--any advise on which test--or if this will work??

Here is last 9 generations:
Isham Whitecotton  1656-1743
Mealy Whitecotton  1681-1733
George Whitecotton  1707-1744
George Whitecotton   1729-1756
James Whitecotton  1750-1849
Aaron Whitecotton  1778-1870
Smith Whitecotton  1830-1892
Morgan POTTER  1867-1953  (biological son of Smith??)
Britton Z Potter  1898-1984

 56 
 on: March 26, 2014, 09:51:43 AM 
Started by Leonie Meaux - Last post by Leonie Meaux
Gerald
Mitch Faulk said that you may be able to answer my question.  I am a descendent of both George Faulk who married Adelaide Hargrave, and Joseph Faulk who married Felicite Aucoin.  I'd like to know if DNA proved that they were half brothers:

George Faulk (1762-1850) married Adelaide Hargrave, son of Luke Faulk and Sarah Nancy Ripley

Joseph Faulk (1756 - 1792) married Felicite Aucoin, son of Luke Faulk and Marie LIsiline

Has anyone provided pedigrees with matching DNA that proves they are half brothers?

Leonie Meaux

 57 
 on: March 25, 2014, 09:39:42 PM 
Started by Terry Barton - Last post by fcs39532
Hello my name is Frank,
I am new to this forum and brand new to DNA testing, reading and interpreting results. I just got my Geno 2.0 results back and my Parental Line is R-Z199, Maternal line J1B3A. I transfered it over to FTDNA and got Parental line R-SRY2627, Maternal line the same. So my question is GENO 2.0 has one an FTDN has an other, is there two different R groups or are they both the same??? Thanks

 58 
 on: March 25, 2014, 09:06:58 PM 
Started by fountainAdmin - Last post by fcs39532
Frank Schneider

Kit number B7077

Pierre Menard dit LaFontaine (1549-1599) France married Catherine Forest.
Jean Menard dit LaFontaine (1600-1707) France married Anne Savinelle
Jacques Menard dit LaFontaine (1628-1707) France married Catherine Forestier
Jean Menard LaFontaine (1666-1702) Quebec, Canada married Elizabeth Valiquet
Francois Fontaine (1798-1885) Quebec, Canada married Julienne Ladner
Louis Fountain (1838-1905) Biloxi, Mississippi married Madeleine Canet
Bertrond Fountain (1880-1912) Biloxi, Mississippi married Laura Seymour
Tesola Fountain (Maternal grandmother) (1903-1999) Ocean Springs, Mississippi married Freddie Davis

 59 
 on: March 25, 2014, 01:38:17 PM 
Started by OConnor - Last post by OConnor
I would be interested in seeing some other people's BigY results.

These are my Novel Variant results. I'm wondering if others have different values than mine? I'm curious how unique these results are to me ??

My Novel Variants

Possition...........Reference.........Genotype.......Confidence
 7321330................. A................... C................. High
 8728810................. A................... G................. High
 9227801................. A................... T................. High
 24447989............... A................... C.................. High
 23813856............... A....................G.................. High
 22318641............... A................... C ..................High
 22319362............... A................... T.................. High
 13665956............... A................... G.................. High
 19093503............... A................... T.................. High
 22262889............... A ...................T.................. High
 22346168............... A................... T.................. High
 9859463................. A.................. G.................. High
 8805525................. A.................. G.................. High
 9316833................. A.................. G.................. High
 14399074............... A................... G.................. High
 22436300............... A................... C.................. High
 22444659............... A................... T.................. High
 23652500............... A................... C.................. High

 60 
 on: March 25, 2014, 09:40:00 AM 
Started by geneholbert - Last post by geneholbert
Our collective Holbert patriarchs were siblings, all children of Lourana Jane Holbert 1830-abt 1882 Jefferson County, Tennessee.  We are trying to get a dna sample from each of the four sons by way of their descendants to prove or disprove that they had a common father, and that father was or was not a HOLBERT surname (as is indicated in Margaret Holbert Stinnett's death record.  She was the only child of Lourana Jane Holbert to die with named parents on her death certificate, and she or at least her husband (John Stinnett) claimed that her parents were Eli Holbert & Betsy Hill.   An interesting note to this is that there WAS an Eli Holbert married to Betsy Hill, son of Stephen Holbert, of age to be the father of Margaret Holbert who married John Stinnett in Dandridge, TN.  The family of his father, Stephen Holbert did live around Knoxville, and probably had dealings with early Dandridge, Jefferson co., TN.  In fact, before our Lucinda Holbert, Sarah Holbert, Irving D. Holbert, and Jane Holbert were recorded in Jefferson County, TN there was a Jane Holbert who bought land there in 1835, and a Lucinda Holbert who married in 1837 there to William Webb.
So we have to wonder, is it possible that the Margaret Holbert or others listed in the census' of Jane Holbert at Jefferson County, TN were not children of Jane, but that she was keeping?  Why is Margaret Holbert listed in the 1860 census with Jane at Jefferson county, TN but not in 1870 census, only to marry later there to John Stinnett?
 
When we test Thomas Randall "Randy" Holbert of Knoxville we will have more answers to these questions.  Randy Holbert is a proven descendant of Lucinda Holbert and husband of Jefferson county, TN thru her son, Irvin D. Holbert born 1824 who married in 1839 to Rachel Reneau there.  If Randy's dna matches the dna of Vernon Holbert, kit #171210, who descends from Rutherford NC  John Holbert/Sarah Steel, then we'll know that our Lucinda truly is the Joseph Holbert/Lucinda Ellison line that married in 1812 .... but if he doesn't match, we'll know that our Lucinda Holbert must have been married to another Holbert and from a different direction we'll be led.
 
 
 
 
kit number 339301  Charles Joe Holbert will represent line of Christopher Columbus Holbert
kit number 337678  Gene Douglas Holbert will represent line of Shade H. Holbert
kit number             Tommy Holbert will represent line of James Marion Holbert  (pending order )
kit number             Descendant yet to be found to represent George Holbert
kit number             Thomas Randall "Randy" Holbert of Knoxville, TN to test after April 15 representing Irvin Dale Holbert born 1824/Rachel Reneau line of Jefferson Co., TN
 

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