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 81 
 on: November 01, 2016, 12:27:30 PM 
Started by SweeneyAdmin - Last post by LKBrown
No kit number yet but in preparation for having my Uncle's tested I'm submitting my Swinney line.

Martin N Swinney b.1796 Virginia d.1872 West Virginia
James T Swinney b.1832 Virginia d.1910 Kansas
Martin C Swinney b.1858 Virginia d.1944 Florida
Paul M Swinney b.1895 Kansas d.1973 Idaho

Thanks,
~Lisa

 82 
 on: November 01, 2016, 11:18:19 AM 
Started by Ric - Last post by Ric
My name's Richard Guillaume. I 'm French from North East France and Lorraine.
An autosomal match at FTDNA gave me a match with a Swedish man, Mr. Bengt Eklund.
It turns out that one of Mr. Eklund's ancestor was Mr. Tossaint Guillaume, born near Liege in Today's Belgium around 1586.
I have no paper record of Mr. Tossaint Guillaume because my paper trail stops in a small church in Lorraine circa 1736.
However my paternal family lore claims that our paternal ancestor came from the Netherlands and the south part of the Netherlands near Liege became part of Belgium in the 1600s. It is therefore very possible that Tossaint Guillaume was a relative of my paternal ancestor, perhaps even my own Paternal ancestor.
Anyways, the story continues like this. Mr Tossaint Guillaume moved to Sweden around 1620, with his wife and several of his children. He is recorded in Uppsala in Sweden in 1623 as a metal worker as many other 'Brabanters', even if Tossaint Guillaume was recorded as a Walloon.  Once in Sweden, Tossaint changed his name to Gilljam.
It is therefore likely that any man whose ancestry goes back to the Gilljams of Sweden circa 1620 goes further back in time to Guillaume (or equivalent like Gilhelm/Wilhelm ) in Belgium and Netherlands prior to 1600.
In addition, assuming that Tossaint Guillaume/Gilljam is paternally related to me, then he must be of the same Y Haplogroup as mine : R1b-M269-DF27-CTS4065-BY12176.

I encourage the R-M269 men from this name-group who think that their ancestry are the Netherlands or Sweden post-1620,  to get a SNP pack test. The R-M343 pack at FTDNA seems safe to do as it is not very deep. If you have good reason to think that we are related (for example our respective STR patterns match) then you can try the Z209 pack which includes the CTS4065 SNP and perhaps soon the BY12176 SNP.
Thanks,
Richard

 83 
 on: October 31, 2016, 01:26:07 AM 
Started by AaronPatrick - Last post by Dennis Patrick
Hi Aaron welcome to the group, have you done the DNA test yet? I tested at Family Tree DNA my most dissents Patrick ancestor John Patric born 1429 in Scotland. My first ancestor to come the America is Robert Patrick born in 1705 he came to America in 1725 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.
   
My Family Tree DNA kit 465047 check it out on the Patrick DNA project page.

Dennis Patrick

 84 
 on: October 30, 2016, 11:56:53 PM 
Started by Jeff Harp - Last post by V Thompson
Thanks Jeff,  I joined the U106 project.  I appreciate your fast response and help on Harps and Thompson.

  I've been trying to get an email to Donald Uhl,  the admin for the Uhl surname project, and I keep getting errors back.  I was trying to get suggestions on joining our German Sufficool kits to the -Uhl project.   Appreciate thoughts on that.

Val Thompson     

 85 
 on: October 30, 2016, 11:14:08 PM 
Started by William Thomas Farrar, III - Last post by William Thomas Farrar, III
Kit 212883 Deceased

William Farrar/Cecily
  William Farrar II/Mary Baugh
    William Farrar III/Priscilla Baugh
     Thomas Farrar/Katherine Perrin
       John Farrar/ Sarah Farmer
         Joseph Farrar/Frances (Fannie) Brown
           Clement Farrar/Louisa Iola Brown
             Joseph P Farrar/Mary Kinworthy
               Joshua Kinworthy Farrar/Louisa Elizabeth Duncan
                 Walter Parker Farrar/Lula Mae Plympton
                   Earl Leroy Farrar/Velma Frost
                     Larry Joe Farrar 1944-2012 R.I.P.

 86 
 on: October 27, 2016, 05:50:50 PM 
Started by Sean Gilson - Last post by Cynthia McDaniel
1 Joseph Carey Sr. b: Bet. 1771–1777 in Pennsylvania, USA, d: Abt. Dec 1830 in Washington County, Tennessee, USA

+ Nancy b: Abt. 1778 in VA, m: Abt. 1794 in VA, d: Bef. 1822

...2 Joseph Carey Jr. b: 31 Mar 1799 in Pennsylvania, USA, d: 10 Mar 1888 in Limestone, Washington County, Tennessee, USA; Age: 88

+   Catherine Bacon b: 18 Apr 1802 in Tennessee, USA, m: Abt. 1829 in Limestone, Washington, Tennessee, USA, d: 26 Mar 1884 in Washington County, Tennessee, USA; Age at Death: 81

......3 Benjamin L. Carey Jr. b: 14 Sep 1836 in Washington County, Tennessee, USA, d: 11 Sep 1918 in Jonesborough, Washington County, Tennessee, USA; Age: 81

+   Sarah Catherine Douglass b: 23 Jul 1839 in Douglass Shed, Washington Co., TN, m: 09 Aug 1857 in Washington County, Tennessee, USA, d: 22 Feb 1921 in Telford, Washington, Tennessee, United States

.........4 Albert Thomas Carey b: 13 Oct 1874 in Jonesborough, Washington County, Tennessee, USA, d: 19 Mar 1948 in Jonesborough, Washington County, Tennessee, USA; Age: 73

+   Lucy Jane Morris b: 09 Feb 1896 in Butler, Johnson Co., TN, m: 04 Jul 1922 in Butler, Johnson Co., TN, d: 27 Jul 1993 in North Side Hospital, Johnson City, Washington Co., TN

............5 William David Carey b: 16 Feb 1928 in Jonesborough, Washington County, Tennessee, USA,

d:   08 Nov 2004 in INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA


 87 
 on: October 27, 2016, 05:02:48 PM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
Family Tree DNA has released three more SNP Packs and updated a fourth one.  This brings the total number of SNP Packs now available to 74 and the new ones are currently priced at the introductory rate of $99.00 for now.  The new ones are:

R1b-S1051
R1b-S3058
R1b-S5488

The updated one is now called:  R1b-L21v2

The first one of the new SNP Packs, is for one of the sub-branches (or sub-sub-branches in some Haplotrees) of R-DF13, which has an incredible number of sub-branches.  I do not know of anyone in our Project who could use this, but there might well be someone.  The other two new ones are extensions of the recently released R1b-DF21 SNP Pack.  Again, as far as I know, no one in the Project could use the first of those, R1b-S3058.  The other one, R1b-S5488, is my own Lineage's parental branch for our Z16294.  We cannot use it, but there may be other Kits in our Project who could belong to sister sub-branches to our Z16294.  It is highly unlikely, other than the Cousins in my own Lineage IV, that any of you belong to Z16294 because we have a Signature Marker that must be one of the best in the world with an allele value of 11 for DYS492.  The late Leo William Little discovered that this value is shared by only about 1% of all R1b men.

 88 
 on: October 27, 2016, 01:28:13 PM 
Started by Tim McClure - Last post by Tim McClure
Does anyone happen to know if FamilyTreeDNA typically runs sales for Black Friday/Christmas, or other holidays?  I've been wanting to get the Y-111, but it would be nice to save a few dollars.

Tim McClure

 89 
 on: October 27, 2016, 11:53:54 AM 
Started by AaronPatrick - Last post by AaronPatrick
Aaron William Patrick, son of William Frederick Patrick, grandson of James Patrick.

 90 
 on: October 26, 2016, 09:53:18 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by Snead
i am related to the Butlers of Scotland, Richmond, or Anson Counties, N.C. I would love to hear from anyone who thinks they are related to the Butlers here. Thank you. My email is Butlerfrw@msn.com.

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