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 71 
 on: November 25, 2014, 11:43:35 PM 
Started by Fields - Last post by Fields
Hi, I sent a request to join the Byrne, Burns group from the FTDNA site but all I get is an error message.

Anyway, MDA is William Field b1698, lived Adams Co, PA, first showed up as a freeman on the Chester Co, PA tax roll in 1719, no known connection out of US.  I'm 435-12, ccgg, and L159.2. I have 10 Byrne matches at the 37 level and no Beattie matches.

Kim A Fields

 72 
 on: November 25, 2014, 10:07:27 PM 
Started by newellAdmin - Last post by Lee.Newell
Abraham b 1581 Suffolk, England m Francis Foote
Isaac Sr b 1632 Ipswich Suffolk, England m Elizabeth Curtis
Isaac LT b 11 Dec 1660 Roxbury, Suffolk, MA m Sarah ???
Isaac III b 01 Feb 1688 Roxbury, Suffolk, MA m Abigail Griggs
John Newell Sr b 22 Mar 1721 Roxbury, Suffolk, MA m Sarah Seaver
John Newell Jr b 12 Jul 1744 Brookline, Norfolk, MA m Elizabeth (Betty) Davis
John Newell III b 26 Oct 1785 Colrain, Hampshire, MA m Mary Walker
Lee Volney Newell b 1833 Saratoga Co, NY m Mariette Cole
Homer A Newell b 26 Jun 1859 Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, NY m Mary A (Mattie) Thayer
Bower Earl Newell b 19 Mar 1895 Seneca Falls, Fayette Twp, Seneca, NY m Ellen A Christiansen
Lee Arthur Newell b 10 Nov 1916 Seneca Falls, Fayette Twp, Seneca, NY d 29 Nov 2014 m Marian A Dickow kit # 367263
            Lee Arthur Newell II:  me -- lee at LAN2 dot net

 73 
 on: November 25, 2014, 08:39:48 PM 
Started by Dennis Waters - Last post by Dennis Waters
The results tab has been updated with Y-DNA111 results for recent Lineage 1 participant B12105.  His perfect Y-DNA37 match with participants 143655 and 204635, reported previously, is now a perfect Y-DNA67 match.

 74 
 on: November 25, 2014, 01:40:34 PM 
Started by Trish13 - Last post by Trish13
Hi :)

I have arranged various DNA tests for my family members and have been confused by one result.

Re autosomal DNA - FT DNA's Family Finder - we have received a match for my mother, which does not seem to be shared by my brother, who has also had the autosomal test done with FT DNA.

FT DNA correctly recognised the relationship between Mum and my brother as mother & son, so if there is a similarity with my mother's DNA then I would expect a similarity with my brother's.

In fact it gives no other shared matches with this person amongst my mother's other matches. I find this most confusing.

Is there a logical explanation for this, please?

Thank you :)

 75 
 on: November 25, 2014, 01:08:34 PM 
Started by kfstewart103 - Last post by kfstewart103
I am looking for information on my ancestor Elizabeth A.R. Findley who was born in Georgia (don't know which county) in 1824, married Andrew Jackson Eason in Fayette County Georgia in 1839, moved to Randolph, Chambers and Lee County Alabama before moving to Texas. She states on the 1900 Census that both of her parents were born in Georgia. I have no leads as to her parents or siblings.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

 76 
 on: November 23, 2014, 10:31:33 PM 
Started by Trish13 - Last post by Trish13
After my brother's Geno 2 test and autosomal testing we have now refined the mitochondrial result for my mother's line: H27c (as Maliclavelli predicted) :)

 77 
 on: November 23, 2014, 10:25:08 PM 
Started by Trish13 - Last post by Trish13
H seferhabahir :)

Testing more people / Doing more tests is a very good idea, but this research is proving costly enough already :(    
:)  :)

 78 
 on: November 23, 2014, 04:46:18 PM 
Started by Ron Prewitt - Last post by Ron Prewitt
John, you are correct ... their page has a new format and many of the past posts from visitors are no longer there. I have posted several times in the past without any response, so I'm a bit hesitant to continue posting considering I am talking about sharing DNA (lol).

In posting my request here, I am hoping one of our members might personally know someone from that line and would perhaps broker a conversation.

I'm encouraged that my thoughts on a DNA match from Robert's line would support my link to Henry. I did not consider a connection with William Pruett. I will explore that path as well.


 79 
 on: November 22, 2014, 11:33:02 PM 
Started by Joe L. Fields - Last post by Leslie Payne
My Kit number is 56254 (I-P37) and although my surname is Payne, my GM was Josie Fields and her parents were John Lee & Lucinda Fields. John was born in Illinois (1862) and his parents were William & Malinda Field (both born Ky) according to 1880 Boone County Ark Census. William was born in 1830 (Ky) and Malinda born 1835 (Ky) I have completed the Y25 test results and waiting on the Y37 results and also mtDNA. John & Lucinda Fields children were

Josie Fields Payne (My GM) 1886-1928 Born Ark
Tom Frank Fields 1893-1965 Born Ark
Henry Fields 1900 Born Ark
Emma May Fields Cluster 1900 Born Ark

They all show up on the 1900 census of Marion County Arkansas, and Lucinda shows up as Sarah L Fields

On the 1910 census of Sequoyah County Oklahoma, Marble City all are there except my GM Josie who married Jones Walter Payne my GF.

1920 Emma May Fields Cluster is living in Okmulgee County, married to an Ernest Cluster.

1930 Tom Fields is living in Choctaw County, Boswell Ok and married Lela Spradley
Ernest Cluster is in the next household with Emma Fields Cluster and Henry is living as a boarder with them.

1940 They all show up in Oakes Township, Choctaw County and Henry married a Clare Wolbert.

John Lee Fields passed away in Lincoln County Okla. in 1926
Josie Fields Payne passed away in 1928 in Lincoln County Okla. in 1928
Lucinda reportedly passed away in Choctaw County and was buried south of Boswell, Okla.

Some oof Tom Fields descendants moved to Paris Tx and Boham Tx.

Question is, do I need to order another test to for the Fields line?

 80 
 on: November 22, 2014, 03:41:59 AM 
Started by Ron Prewitt - Last post by John W. Pruett
Ron,  it appears your theory about Robert being a descendant of Henry's line(1654) might be a good possibility.  A DNA test from any male of Robert's line would certainly confirm it.  Many of the Prewitts,etc left VA for the free land in KY and the majority are probability from Henry's line, but there are also a few Pruetts from William Pruett of Caroline County and other Pruitt lines who moved there, too.

I went to the facebook page you mentioned and it appears the person running it wants to remain anonymous and uses only the profile picture for all of their posts.  This person seems to be knowledgeable of this Prewitt line and would probably be the one who would know and could get in touch with the male Prewitt descendants of Robert.

I couldn't find any way to contact this person and maybe you need to post another message.  I don't know my way around facebook, but I couldn't find your original message and wonder if it was deleted.   

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