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« on: October 06, 2006, 01:46:56 PM »

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    * C-9 John Carson, b c1747 Ireland, immigrated to SC 1767, d bef 1825 KY, m Elizabeth
          o James Carson, b 1784 SC
                + William P. Carson, b 1812 KY
                      # Richard H. Carson, b 1835
                      # William Henry Carson, b 1839
                      # James A. Carson, b 1846
                      # George Enoch Carson, b 1849
                            * Will Raynor Carson, 1876
                      # Elijah C. Carson, b 1853 MO
                            * John Quincy Carson, b 1876 MO
                            * Charles Hickman Carson, b 1881
                            * William Phillip Carson, b 1883
                      # Charles T. Carson, b 1855
                            * George Carson, b 1884
                      # John Sloan Carson, b 1859
                            * Edgar Evans Carson, b 1888
                + John B. Carson, b 1819
                      # James Fletcher Carson, b 1848
                            * John Franklin Carson, b 1870
                            * Charles ?Perry? Carson, b 1872
                            * Robert Lewis Carson, b 1891
                      # Albert Carson, b 1854
                            * William Carson
                            * Jerry Carson
                            * Charles Carson
                      # Jeremiah Moulton Carson, b 1856
                      # Charles Carson, b 1862
                + James A. Carson, b 1824
                      # William Carson, b c1846
                      # John F. Carson, b 1849
                + Thomas J. Carson, b 1824
                      # Charles C. Carson, b 1860
                      # O. N. Carson, b 1873
                + Charles W. Carson, b 1825
                + Samuel T. Carson, b 1833/34
          o John Carson Jr., b c1791
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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2006, 08:50:55 PM »

Presumably John would be in SC in 1790:

Abbeville, SC
Andw     235 00
Jno        215 00
Wm        302 01 [slave]
Camden, SC
Elis         111 00
Charleston, SC (St Johns)
William      100 021 [21 slaves, next to each other]
Estate Wm 200 0132 [132 slaves, whoa]
Charleston, SC (St Phillips and St Michaels)
Elizabeth 004 03 [slaves]
James     120 00
Edgefield, SC
James  ?
Thos    114 00 ?
William 352 01 [slave]
Georgetown, SC (Prince Georges)
John    112 00
Orangeburgh, SC
James   112 01 [slave]
York, SC
Saml     114 00
John     234 00
Saml     214 00
Thomas 108 00
Walter   113 10 [non white free person]
Wm       315 00
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« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2009, 01:59:25 PM »

This Carson line is I2b1, Nordic.  It does not connect with the R1b1 lines for many thousands of years back.

C-9, C-11, and C-12 are 37/37 matches and their common ancestor could be just a couple hundred years back, though the paper trail has not yet confirmed who it is.

C-3 and C-34 are 35/37 matches and C-35 is a 34/37 match so their common ancestor could be within a thousand years, but the paper trail has not yet confirmed who it is and likely never will.

It could be useful for 9, 11, and 12 to upgrade to 67 markers to see how close the match is.  Further speculation on Haplogroup I - Lineage I-A should go here:
http://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?topic=8398.0

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