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 81 
 on: September 30, 2016, 07:03:46 PM 
Started by Vee - Last post by Vee
It appears someone was trying to access my account today.  I received four emails in a row about 4 o'clock this afternoon regarding password change.
Anyone else having this?

 82 
 on: September 30, 2016, 11:18:29 AM 
Started by rms2 - Last post by Maliclavelli
Help!?
Where can I get help on knowing what to do next? I am estimated R-M269/R1b1a2.
I did the y-37, should i also consider doing the y-67 or 111.
Family Tree DNA is also recommending I do the SNPs package to refine my results.
I have no idea what I am trying to refine to.
I had one Y Match that was one step and same haplogroup and surname, but she dead ends
at an ancestor that I have never heard of.
Can anyone here help, or direct me to a resource?
Many thanks,
Kelley
R1b1a2
R-M269

Hi Kelley, first of all you may post your Y37 results, and after I could give you some suggestions about what to do. A close match at Y37 may also mean anything.

Welcome!

This forum is a place to discuss R1b and all its subclades. Please feel free to post here.

Thanks!


 83 
 on: September 30, 2016, 11:00:41 AM 
Started by rms2 - Last post by KelleyL
Help!?
Where can I get help on knowing what to do next? I am estimated R-M269/R1b1a2.
I did the y-37, should i also consider doing the y-67 or 111.
Family Tree DNA is also recommending I do the SNPs package to refine my results.
I have no idea what I am trying to refine to.
I had one Y Match that was one step and same haplogroup and surname, but she dead ends
at an ancestor that I have never heard of.
Can anyone here help, or direct me to a resource?
Many thanks,
Kelley
R1b1a2
R-M269

Welcome!

This forum is a place to discuss R1b and all its subclades. Please feel free to post here.

Thanks!


 84 
 on: September 30, 2016, 10:52:14 AM 
Started by Seán MacGorman Powell - Last post by KelleyL
Hi There,
I am new to R1b...I do not find anywhere on the Family Tree DNA order page a place to order X-STR testing. I have X-DNA markers on my matches from my Autosomal testing, but don't see where to get this specific testing. Can you direct me?
Kelley
R1b1a2

I've created a spreadsheet for which people can submit their X-STR test results (the type of results that you get if you've ordered X DNA tests from FTDNA):

http://www.worldfamilies.net/geo/xdna/pats?raw=1

It's actually the page labeled "Patriarchs" on the X-chromosome Project's navigation bar, as the template is being borrow from the surname projects' template, but you can obviously ignore the "Patriarchs" label.

Unfortunately I cannot automatically access people's results the way can be done with Y-DNA projects, so I will have to rely on people's manual submissions of data to me.

The easiest way to submit the data to me, with the least possibility for errors, is to send me a PM providing me with your e-mail address, and I will send you a spreadsheet on which you can fill in your data and return it to me.  This is my preferred method for getting your data from you.

If you do not have the capability to use an Excel spreadsheet, you can send me your data in a PM, clearly showing each of your marker values and the accompanying marker names, and I will add it to the spreadsheet.  I will list your results anonymously using an ID number, which I will send to you.  If you discover that you match somebody, you can send me a PM and I will contact the person on your behalf to ask if they wish to get in touch with you.  It would be helpful (but not necessary) if you could provide me with your e-mail address when you submit your data, so that I can add you to my private database and have another means of contacting you if such a situation arises.  Otherwise I can just contact you via PM through this forum.

Please visit the below websites to figure out the percentage contributions of your ancestors for your X-chromosome only.  Be sure to use the correct diagram for yourself depending on your gender, filling in male ancestors in the blue boxes, and females in the pink boxes, starting with yourself in the center circle.  Fill in the diagram as completely as you can, and then use the outermost ring that you are able to complete to estimate the percentages of your various ethnicities, as report them as, for example, "82% French/12% Swedish/6% Irish."  If you don't know your X-chromosome ancestry, that's fine, you can either say something like "50% Scottish/50% unknown," or else leave it blank.  Note that you can click on the fan chart diagrams to enlarge them:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hulseberg/DNA/xinheritance.html

http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com/2008/12/21/unlocking-the-genealogical-secrets-of-the-x-chromosome/

http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com/2009/01/12/more-x-chromosome-charts/

Please keep in mind when viewing the results chart that it is not the same as viewing Y-DNA results from a surname project.  Due to recombination on the X-chromosome, you will almost certainly not match up with any other people across the entire set of markers, even if you are a very close relative, and what you are really looking for is sets of matches for markers that are close together on the chromosome (see the position numbers at the top of the results chart).  Such markers are more likely to be "linked" and passed down as a set.

 85 
 on: September 29, 2016, 11:25:32 PM 
Started by KelleyL - Last post by KelleyL
I thought the Y-DNA testing might help uncover where and who my Conners are, but it's just added to the confusion :) What I do know: we are Halpogroup R-M269 or R1b1a2, which I am told are the same, one a shorthand, the other the hierarchical enumeration.

I only did the Y-37 and now it's telling me to get more information, I need to do Y-67 so I can explore more info on the SNPs. I know what these are, but don't really understand what they will help me uncover.

My last known Conner ancestor is William Conner, born either in Virginia or North Carolina in or around 1768 (different birthplaces were given on two diff censuses). He married Susannah Kendall in Patrick County, VA which would seem to support VA as BP, but Patrick County is right on the border of NC, so no such luck.

His first three children were born in VA (according to their Census and death records). He then appears to have moved to Clarke County, KY where his next two children were born. He was there for an approximate ten year window, from 1809 to 1819 when he moves his family to Cabell County, VA (now West Virginia).

So that is all I have, and no idea what to do with it.

If anyone has any advice, I will gladly take it!

Thank you!

 86 
 on: September 29, 2016, 11:17:20 AM 
Started by CMFitz - Last post by CMFitz
Hello Yates People.  I am a descendant of the Yates.  But, mine must have been the red-headed ogre headed line because I can find next to NOTHING on mine.

Working most recent backward.

My maternal 2nd great grandmother Elizabeth A Yates born July 1852 Milwaukee, Wisconsin daughter of Jacob Yates b. 1815ish and Sarah Jane Horner.

Jacob. Ugh.  Well, he can have a year of birth anywhere between 1815 - 1819.  Supposedly immigrated to the US in 1842.  Possible parents Benjamin Yates and Betty Ramsdale.  Literally, nothing I locate for him can be convincingly proven.

Further on Jacob. Bit of a cradle too it seems. His wife Sarah Jane Horner was born 1835 and they had a load of kids.  But with Jacob not coming to the US until he was in his late 20s can't help but think he may have had a wife a children he may have left behind in England, or maybe lost them?

Point being all the research I do on Yates (also search Yeats, Yeates and Gates) there is NO Jacob.  If anyone who sees this has 1 or knows of a line with 1 please contact me here or my regular email cmm18717 AT Yahoo dot com.


 87 
 on: September 25, 2016, 03:41:10 PM 
Started by GunnAdmin - Last post by L inda Rebane
I want to edit and add information to the previously submitted pedigree for YDNA kit 45712 (G-12):
1. John Gunn b 1760 Lancaster, PA d 1840 TN m Thirza Sims NC
2. Thomas Lacy Gunn b 1810 NC d 1887 Coffee, TN m Sarah Reynolds
3. John Hamilton Gunn b 1843 TN d 1917 TN m (1) Salina Patton (2) Cora Etta Carroll
4. James Hamilton Gunn b 1899 TN d 1932 MN m Genevieve Gibson
5. James Hamilton Gunn b 1926 MN d 2008 CA

 88 
 on: September 24, 2016, 06:47:54 AM 
Started by ForsythAdmin - Last post by Kerryn Forsyth
James Forsyth b ca 1750, Scotland m Elizabeth Watson
Alex Forsyth b ca 1787, Ellon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland m Jean/Jane Thomson
Robert Forsyth b ca 1825 Ellon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland m Helen Thomson
Robert Forsyth b 21 April 1852, Aberdour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland m Jannet/Jessie Farquhar
Margaret Ann Hay Forsyth b 10 April 1877 Kaiapoi, New Zealand m James C Musson

further information at http://forsythfamilyinaberdeenshire.weebly.com/

 89 
 on: September 22, 2016, 05:19:29 PM 
Started by Chris Nance - Last post by Kajun
-Billy Darrell Nance, I - m:Robin (Kajun) Blanchard
Norman John Nance (1929-1989) m: Mary Lucille Maxwell
Odie Oliver Nance(1904-1971) m: Nellie Grace Maddux(1904-1995)
Thomas Clayton Nance(1861-1938) m: Rhoda Katie Freeman (1881-1911)
James Marshall Nance (1832-1880) m: Mary Ann Epps (1833-1900)
Marshall Nance(1771-1859) m: Elizabeth Kinchen Ivey(1787-1865)
Thomas Vaughn Nance(1740-1811) m: Elizabeth Ann Hudson(1744-1808)
Daniel Nance (1707-1784) m: Mary
Daniel Nance(1690-abt.1760) m: Elizabeth
William Nance(1648-1692) m: Margaret E Tinsley(1672-1691)
Richard Nance(1610-1665) m: Alice
John Harry Nance(1580-1629) m: Jane (Johan, French for Jeanne, English for Jane)
Richard Nance of Trewynnard(1558-abt.1600)m: Alice Harry(abt 1560- )
Esquire, John Nance of Trewynnard(1521-1607) m: Margery Arundel(abt.1525-  )
Henry Trengove Nance of Trewynnard(1490-1561) m: Chesten Nanspyan(1493-1578)
Alexandre Trengove of Nans(1455-1506) m: Constans Geylett(1465-  )
Lawrence Trengove of Nans(1420-1503) m: Agnes Trudell (1435-  )
Robert Trengove of Nans(1385-1462) m:
John Nans of Mannecan (1340-aft. 1385) m:
Robert Nans of Mannecan (1305-aft. 1340)

 90 
 on: September 22, 2016, 02:50:26 PM 
Started by atwoodAdmin - Last post by Jonathan Frank Wood
Pedigree for Jonathan (Jeff) Wood

Henry Wood  b1620 England m Abigail Jenney
Samuel Wood b        Middleboro,MA m Rebecca Morton
Samuel Wood b        Middleboro, MA m Elizabeth Smith
Icabod Wood b1719 Middleboro, MA m Thankful Cobb
Joshua Wood b         Middleboro or S,Woodstock, VT m Molly Cushman
Cushman Wood b1797 S.Woodstock, VT m Abigail Raymond
Osman Wood b1823 Taftsville, VT m Anne Blessington
Frank R Wood b1866 Taftsville,VT?  m Minnie Jones
Oscar F Wood b 1893 Worcester, MA m Bertha Hoisington
Warren W Wood b1929 Randoph, VT m Natalie Shurtleff
Jonathan F Wood b1961 Hanover, NH

This is taken from my father's research of the early 1970's


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