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 81 
 on: October 17, 2014, 05:49:05 PM 
Started by Adrian Ballard - Last post by Adrian Ballard
We currently have over 60 Samples in our Private Genetic Genealogy Project and are all ways looking for more to take our work forward in firming up the origins and ethnicity of this Sub Clade.

Please Join our group if you are interested in Family History or Genetic Ethnicity of your Y type.

It is also important you join and make contact with the HT35 project at FTDNA and consider sending BIG Y .BAM files in for analysis these are also needed for the P311 y type, Our father clade.

Best Wishes

Adrian Ballard - fellow CTS4528/DF100

Private Genetic Genealogy Project Manager
https://www.facebook.com/groups/r1b1a1a1a1c/
https://sites.google.com/site/cts4528/

 82 
 on: October 17, 2014, 03:27:35 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by Teri Hiatt
Original Immigrant                                                   Teri Hiatt      highmont AT q.com
  John Hiett (1674-1726) b.Somerset, England  m. Mary Smith
    John Hiatt  (1696-1764) b. PA m. Rachel Wilson
      William Hiatt  (1735-1834) b. NC m. Susanna Hodgson
        John Hiatt  (1756-1830)  b. NC m. Mary Burcham
          Reuben Hiatt (1796-1850)  b. VA  m. Mary Stout
            Samuel M. Hiatt (1833-1908)  b. IN  m. Mary E. Taylor
              Samuel R. Hiatt (1860-1927)  b. UT  m. Elizabeth Danberg
                David L. Hiatt  (1883-1942)  b. UT  m. Mary E. Rasmussen

 83 
 on: October 17, 2014, 02:39:30 PM 
Started by Adrian Ballard - Last post by Adrian Ballard
We currently have over 60 Samples in our Private Genetic Genealogy Project and are all ways looking for more to take our work forward in firming up the origins and ethnicity of this Sub Clade.

Please Join our group if you are interested in Family History or Genetic Ethnicity of your Y type.

It is also important you join and make contact with the HT35 project at FTDNA and consider sending BIG Y .BAM files in for analysis these are also needed for the P311 y type, Our father clade.

Best Wishes

Adrian Ballard - fellow CTS4528/DF100

Private Genetic Genealogy Project Manager
https://www.facebook.com/groups/r1b1a1a1a1c/
https://sites.google.com/site/cts4528/


 84 
 on: October 16, 2014, 09:45:00 AM 
Started by David Grant - Last post by RGRC
Hi Ernest

What documentation have you found to show "Old" Edward's father/birth? I've seen some conjecture but no documentation and was curious.

Thanks
Robin

 85 
 on: October 15, 2014, 11:05:45 AM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by donecolley2
Pedigree for member donecolley2:
Joseph Colley b. 1832 Virginia; m. Margaret E. Keating b. Scotland 1841
William Allen Colley Sr. b 1867 Forest, Hardin, Ohio; m. Laura M. Conard (name change from Conner during family split).
William Allen Colley Jr. b. 1899 Springfield, Clark, Ohio; m. Esta M. Cline
Donald E. Colley Sr. b. 1927 London, Madison, Ohio; m. Phyllis Joan Thompson 1947
Donald E. Colley Jr. b 1948 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; m. Pamela K. Gibson 1967-80 m. Melanie Ann Entler 1981.

On the census Joseph indicates his father was born in Virginia.

 86 
 on: October 15, 2014, 03:45:39 AM 
Started by palamede - Last post by jony33
This river (there is a town of same name on the river) is this on the map which flows southwards to Aral river, but doesn't succeed to reach thru the desertic steppes, this  in the western part of the Argyn territory  severed from their biggest territory by a Naiman territory.

 87 
 on: October 12, 2014, 10:44:50 AM 
Started by GoldenHind - Last post by gigrant74
A578 is found only in the descendants of John Grant, 1st of Corriemony, making it approx 500 years old.  It is testable via YSEQ.

Geoff Grant

 88 
 on: October 11, 2014, 05:11:58 AM 
Started by GoldenHind - Last post by verelst
yseq has A578 listed as R1bia2a1a2e1 which is also the notation for DF88. Are they equivalent?

Hi Bjorn,

A578 is below DF88, and indeed at position 21,364,239. A578 is a mutation that is specifically found in (and that defines) one of the branches of the Grant family from Scotland. If I'm not mistaken your sample tested negative for it in Big-Y, but Geoff Grant can probably give you more information about this.

 89 
 on: October 11, 2014, 03:42:55 AM 
Started by Terry Barton - Last post by jugno123
There are a few holdouts for that old theory still out there. I don't agree with it, but I am glad whoever it was voted.

 90 
 on: October 11, 2014, 12:24:53 AM 
Started by Ron Prewitt - Last post by Ron Prewitt
Elijah is my 5th great grandfather. I am trying to determine if he served in the Revolutionary War. He would have been age 18 in 1776. There is documentation of service for many of his cousins, but not him. It is challenging to believe that he would not have served. I welcome any information. Thanks.

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