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« on: January 03, 2005, 09:32:02 PM »

We invite you to submit your "Pedigree" for this Surname.   Our Surname Project is primarily interested in your Paternal line, as surnames are passed down from father to son, just as the yDNA is passed down. 

If you ARE A MEMBER of this Surname Project at Family Tree DNA, send your pedigree by email to WorldFamilies.net at mari@worldfamilies.net.  The pedigree will then be posted on the Surname Project's Patriarchs Page by Worldfamilies.net or sent to the Project’s Administrator.

Please include the following:
•       Name of project
•       Kit Number
•       Name of person posting pedigree
•       Email address to be posted with pedigree
•       Name, birthdate, birthplace, spouse of Earliest Known Ancestor
•       List each succeeding generation, using only those four items of information (or substitute another item of information if missing an item)

 (If you have more information you would like to share, you may also post a more extended version of your family pedigree on the project website’s Pedigree Forum below)

If you are NOT A MEMBER of this Surname Project at Family Tree DNA, you are welcome to post your pedigree on the Pedigree Forum below.  We hope an interested researcher will see it and contact you to share information.

To post on this Pedigree Forum:
1.  Register and log in at www.worldfamilies.net.
(How do I register to post a pedigree? Click here http://www.worldfamilies.net/register)
(I've already registered. How do I log in? Click here http://www.worldfamilies.net/alreadyregistered)
2.  When you have logged in, scroll to the last posting on this forum, click "reply" and post your pedigree.
a.  Please do not include names for anyone born after 1910, to protect privacy.
b.  If you have questions or are unable to post your pedigree on this forum, please contact mari@worldfamilies.net

For a step-by-step guide to using DNA for genealogy, please read DNA the Smart Way www.worldfamilies.net/smart
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Jose Iribarren
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« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2006, 03:00:04 PM »

Rebecca Coulter is my great great great grandmother. She married John Blackaller born 1799 in Devon, England. They had a son, George Blackaller born 1826 in Devon. In 1828 Rebecca and John moved to Monclova, Mexico where they became a very prominent family. He helped establish the York Rite Blue Lodge in Monclova, owned several mills and helped negotiate the 15 million dollar reparations after the Mexican-American War of 1846-48 with his fellow American Masons. Rebecca was killed around 1838 by Comanches while she was travelling to a neighboring town. Today there are hundreds of her descendants still in the Nuevo Leon & Coahuila provinces of Mexico.
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« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2009, 11:46:26 AM »

Not sure what you want here. I am registered with the FTDNA project kit#N76639

I have a line as follows from the oldest

Rodger Coulter   born Scotland around 1725
Walter b.   Clabby County Fermanagh Ireland
Henry b.1769-1845  born ireland died Wexford PA
Carson b.1807-d 1886 born Ireland died Wold Creek Twnship PA
John Alexander b1854 d1921 Near Grove City PA
Joseph R Coulter b1893 d 1988 Grove City PA
Joseph R Coulter b. 1924 d.2002
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« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2009, 08:57:10 AM »

a little more information

Rodger Coulter   born Scotland around 1725
Walter b.   Clabby County Fermanagh Ireland Married ____ McKinney
Henry b.1769-1845  born ireland died Wexford PA married Sarah Carson
Carson b.1807-d 1886 born Ireland died Wold Creek Twnship PA Married Fannie Hunter
John Alexander b1854 d1921 Near Grove City PA Married Ellen Miller
Joseph R Coulter b1893 d 1988 Grove City PA married Viola Emery
Joseph R Coulter b. 1924 d.2002  married Martha Moyar
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« Reply #4 on: August 05, 2009, 01:02:23 PM »

Hi, jcoulter.

Your pedigree has been posted:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/coulter/pats

Carrie
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« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2017, 03:39:28 PM »

Apologies for the slightly off-topic post, but I'm just looking for some help? To try and confirm my mothers paternal line (Noble) we tested a male cousin of mine, who should have given us a way of tracing back through a dubious parentage event three generations ago. Interestingly, my cousin (kit 571313 at FTDNA) has nine Y-DNA matches at 37 markers, and although none are family name Noble, five are Coulters (and my cousin is clearly I-M223).
The most obvious place that this kink in the paternal line may have taken place would be three plus generations ago in Cumberland, England - so I wondered if anyone on here had any knowledge of Coulters being in that area in the 1800s to early 1900s?

Thanks in advance,
Cheers,
Bill
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« Reply #6 on: April 20, 2017, 09:30:22 AM »

Hi Bill!

Welcome to the group! 

There are quite a few Coulter families in Northern England as well as southwestern Scotland and Glasgow.  I think I may be related to one of them.  The first name "Ralph" is in my Coulter family.  One of the families of Northern England uses it repeated as well.  I don't have any direct correlation yet, but I'm hoping with further testing and research, I might learn more. 

Many of the Coulters were sea faring folks.  They piloted their ships to Virginia and back selling goods that were hard to find in the colonies returning with cotton and tobacco to sell in the British Isles.  A preponderance of Coulters were farmers.  Generally they were Presbyterians.  Many moved to Ireland during the Jacobite Rebellion.  In my Coulter family, my ancestors were gentlemen farmers with some being merchants and few went into medicine and law.  Since many were lowlanders, I would imagine that some were border reavers.

My great-grandfather, John Charles Coulter, immigrated to the U.S. in 1870.  He was the youngest son with three older brothers. With no hope of inheriting land, he had become a school master.  He married his wife, Margaret Gordon, of Islandmagee, in County Antrim.  They immediately immigrated to the U.S.

Please feel free to contact me as I believe we may be related -- most likely distantly related.

Cheers!
Lainey Anderson
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« Reply #7 on: April 24, 2017, 06:31:52 PM »

Lainey - many thanks, I've emailed you directly.

I notice that the admin has now grouped my kit into "lineage I" - does anyone know any more about that?

Cheers,
Bill
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