So far two in our Group x of the Anderson / Andersen Project have done FTDNA Y DNA Test 111 and also tested positive for the Scottish 'Picts' SNP marker S695.
Our Groups furthest Ancestors to date are:
For three members of our Group X their furthest known ancestor is the Rev. Nathan Anderson of Hanover and Louisa Counties of Virgina 1740 - 1800+.
For two of our Group X members our furthest known ancestor is David Anderson who
died in Louisa County near Gum Springs area in 1781. David married Judith Anderson whom died in 1816.
Generational Difference between Rev. Nathan Anderson and David Anderson.
A 3 Generational difference according to FTDNA Y DNA 111 test between FTDNA Kit# 86095 and Kit # 308026.
While both Kit#s 86095 and 308026 have both tested Positive for SNP S695
I (86095) has also done the Big Y Test of which I have 6 new SNPs which can be
seen on Alex Williamson's Big Tree located on webpage by searching for "Anderson 86095":http://ytree.net/DisplayTree.php?blockID=9
Scottish SNP marker S695 is before the use of Surnames or Clan names so several Surnames are descendants of S695. The six new SNPs I have on the webpage above are
getting us much closer to when Surnames were first used in Scotland.
Interested any hearing from those who test positive for SNP S695 or are related to Scottish Anderson's in Louisa or Hanover Counties of Virginia.
our Scottish ancestors in Virgina from Scotland to be Robert and Charles Anderson located on Stone Horse Creek in Hanover County Virginia. Robert also patented land just above Gum Springs, Louisa County, Va left of Owens Creek. There are two Licking Hole Creeks in Louisa County Va. Robert patented his land on
a creek marked on a Confederate Civil War map as "Lickn Hoe Branch" left of Owens Creek. When you follow this branch down into Goochland County Va you see the legal name for this branch is Licking Hole Creek. This area in Louisa County Va and the Stone Horse Creek area in Hanover were clearly Scots and Presbyterians.