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 on: April 23, 2017, 07:52:42 AM 
Started by brothertonadmin - Last post by stephanielray1
Richard "The Elder" Harrison - The test kit is 136507.  This lineage has a match with another Brothers participant that is not in this project.   There is a 66/67 marker match between a member of this line.  It is not clear if there was an early adoption between these lines, but there is a 99.2% chance of a common male ancestor since the year 1700. Whether that common ancestor was a Brothers or a Harrison is as yet unknown.
This Harrison line is also a genetic distance of 1 on the 37 marker test with kit# 428903.

Interesting to note that this Harrison line does have 2 other Harrison matches that migrated from Ireland but no family connection has been made.  

This family is haplogroup R-M269

Richard "the Elder" Harrison b. abt 1745 prob. Virginia, d. abt 20 Feb 1816, Columbia Co., GA, m. Elizabeth "Betsy"-Stephanie Ray [Stephanie.ray90 AT yahoo.com]
      Berryman Shepherd Harrison b. 1770 Georgia, d. Mar 1830 Warren Co., GA

            Richard Franklin Harrison b. 1792 GA, 1816 GA

            Benoni Terrell Harrison b. 1801 Wilkes Co., GA, d. 12 Aug 1853 Cass Co., GA, m. Nancy    

      Clement King Harrison b. 1772 Columbia Co., GA, d. 31 Aug 1808 Richmond Co., GA, m. Elizabeth Williams

            Matthew Harrison (name changed to Matthew Jouett Williams) b. 1805 Elbert Co., GA, d. 23 Jul 1873 Marietta, Cobb Co., GA

      Gadwell Raines Harrison b. 1775 Columbia Co., GA, d. bef 18 Jul 1818 Columbia Co., GA

      Dunwoody Renn Harrison b. 1783 Columbia Co., GA, d. 1817 Warren Co., GA

      Terrill or Tyrel Cook Harrison b. abt 1784 Columbia Co., GA, d. Jan 1823 Columbia Co., GA, m. Martha

            Richard Russell Harrison b. bet abt 1814 Tennessee or Georgia, d. 25 Jun 1887 Crawford Co., GA, m. Harriett Mary Toole

                  Sullivan Richard Harrison b. 26 Sep 1841, Columbia Co., GA, d. 29 Sep 1903, Crawford Co., GA, m. Sarah Ann Frances Webb

                        Richard Benjamin Harrison b. 10 Aug 1867 Crawford Co., GA, d. 8 Jul 1913 GA, m. Lillian Clyde Allen

                        Reliance Harrison b. 1867 Crawford Co., GA

                        Charles Edward Harrison b. 1874 Crawford Co., GA, d. 25 Sep 1906 Crawford Co., GA, m. Rosa Lee Sharpe

                        Eldridge Sullivan Harrison, Sr. b. 19 Sep 1877, Crawford Co., GA, d. 28 Jan 1952, Crawford Co., GA, m. Frances Maude Stroud
                  Terrell Thomas Harrison b. 1844 Columbia Co., GA, d. 1880

                  William Cook Harrison b. 1846 Columbia Co., GA, d. 29 Aug 1887 Linden, LA, m. Georgia Webb

                  John Lampkin Harrison b. 2 Mar 1848 Crawford Co., GA, d. 4 Jun 1925 Musella, Crawford Co., GA, m. Elizabeth Camilla Dent

                        Sidney Dent Harrison b. 1882 Crawford Co., GA, d. 1960, m. Etta Sandefer

                        John Weathersbee Harrison b. 1884 Crawford Co., GA, d. 1966, m. Mary Castlen, Willa McNeill, Jewel Butler

                        William Terrell Hoy Harrison b. 1887 Crawford Co., GA, d. 1965, m. Susan Rollins

                        Albyn Lampkin Harrison b. 1896 Crawford Co., GA, d. 1968, m. Helen Brownson

                  George Edward Harrison b. 4 Oct 1854 Columbia Co., GA, d. 28 Sep 1929 Corinth, Haralson Co., GA, m. Lela Tessa Felker

                        Edward Lidell Harrison b. 23 Jul 1889 Cedartown, Polk Co., GA, d. 1 Dec 1961 Bremen, Haralson Co., GA, m. Alice Lee Head
                        Glenn Richard Harrison b. 1 Apr 1892 GA, d. 12 Apr 1956 Carroll Co., GA, m. Annie M Howard

                        George Franklin Harrison b. 13 Jun 1893 GA, d. 12 Sep 1956 Haralson Co., GA, m. Mammie

                        Swillie Everett Harrison b. 25 Feb 1898 GA, d. 1971 Carroll Co., GA, m. Clemmie S.

                        Chester Horace Harrison b. 10 Jul 1899, d. 28 Feb 1970 Haralson Co., GA, m. Monica Malecki

            Thomas Harrison b. abt 1815 Columbia Co., GA

                  Richard B. Harrison b. abt 1784 Columbia Co., GA, d. bef 4 Nov 1822 Columbia Co., GA

      James Harrison b. abt 1789 Columbia Co., GA, d. bef May 1821 Columbia Co., GA

 72 
 on: April 22, 2017, 03:42:59 PM 
Started by Ron Prewitt - Last post by tbou
I'm interested in sharing DNA results with one of the male descendants of Robert Prewitt and Martha Chandler. Their descendants have created a facebook page called Prewitts of Central Kentucky. My requests on their page have gone unnoticed. If anyone here can broker this request I would be grateful.

I believe a DNA match between myself and a descendant of Robert will help connect Andrew and Richard, sons of Henry (1658).

My 5th great grandfather, Elijah Prewitt, was born about the same time as Robert and his brother Joshua. Both Robert and Joshua moved to Fayette Co., Kentucky about the same time Elijah moved to Madison, Co. Kentucky. These are adjoining counties.

Robert's line back to Henry is thought to be Michael, then Andrew. Elijah's line back to Henry is thought to be David, then Richard.

I have not made connection with the Robert Prewitt line but the family of Martha Chandler along with the Cobb family remained in proximity to my Mitchell-Prewitt line settling in Scott/Owen/Henry/Trimble Counties.  They had a son, Vaul Allen Prewitt and we have a namesake uncle, Vaul Allen Mitchell who served in the Civil War.  Ironically, my dad's younger brother looks exactly like Vaul Allen Prewitt of 1824!  This leads me to believe that Judith looked a great deal like Vaul Allen, son of Robert Prewitt and Martha Chandler.  Or, that these looks were consistent across the family. 

The Chandlers appear on the census with my Mitchells in Trimble County, KY (we are from Judith Prewitt, daughter of Michael Sr) well into the 1920 Census.  One of my great grandfather's dearest childhood friends was Cordelia "Cordie" Chandler.  Joshua Prewitt died in Trimble County also, will proved.  My 4th great grandfather witnessed Joshua's last will and testament in Trimble.

I did connect in 2015 with a Daughter of the Revolution who is descended from Byrd Prewitt, son of Michael.  She confirmed that it was Byrd's house in Nicholasville where Michael Prewitt died in 1798.  Her name is Cindie Prewitt Vaughan and she lives in Texas. 

She is also a member of the Mayflower Society and may be of some assistance to you in your research.  If you like, I can put you in touch with her.  Most of Trimble and Henry County records are not online and they directly impact the records found in Shelby County, KY and beyond.  If any of this rings a bell, I will be happy to do a few lookups for you to help with Elijah Prewitt. 

 73 
 on: April 21, 2017, 10:40:22 PM 
Started by grovesAdmin - Last post by Tracy_Grove
I have not yet decided which DNA test to take but here is my pedigree listed below:

1685-1759 Martin Groff               Germany
1740-1808 Marcus Groff/Grove    VA
1769-1826 John Grove                VA
1810-1890 George Grove             OH
1840-1886 David Grove               OH
1878-1954 Elmer Grove Sr          OH

I can be contacted at Tentag1A@AOL.com

 74 
 on: April 20, 2017, 10:44:34 PM 
Started by judyh329 - Last post by judyh329
My line is John Buck Tatum, William Riley Tatum, Nathaniel Tatum. Does anyone know of any family reunions coming up in 2017?

 75 
 on: April 20, 2017, 12:28:47 PM 
Started by Scott Yancey - Last post by Mike Yancey
Howdy - just joined. Hope I get this near correct...

Pedigree of Michael D. Yancey mikeyancey@gmail.com FTDNA Kit #: 604008 (yeah, I'll get around to the Y-DNA one soon, I hope)

MICHAEL D. YANCEY (me, myself) b: 19 May 1957, Dallas, Texas, USA
HASSIE D. YANCEY (he was born: Samuel Yancey, Jr) b: 16 Jun 1929 - 25 Jul 2004 Corsicana, Navarro, Texas, USA
SAMUEL HASSIE YANCEY b: 26 Feb 1900 Emory, Rains, Texas, USA - 01 Sep 1930, Corsicana, Navarro, Texas, USA
DAVID KING YANCEY, b: 21 Jun 1867 Mount Pleasant, Titus, Texas, USA - 06 Aug 1943, Greenwood, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA
THOMAS HINES YANCEY b: 02 Apr 1818 Winterville, Georgia - Mar 1881, Texas, USA
THOMAS YANCEY, b: 15 Dec 1769 Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Virginia - d: 14 Apr 1847 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, USA
WILLIAM  YANCEY, b: 10 Apr 1740 Petersburg City, Virginia - d: 20 Feb 1803 Granville Co., North Carolina, USA
RICHARD YANCEY, b: 24 Aug 1708 Mecklenburg, Virginia - d: 1780 Mecklenburg, Virginia, USA
CHARLES YANCEY, b: 1678, Hanover, New Kent, Virginia - d: Died 1735 in Hanover, New Kent, Virginia
CHARLES YANCEY I, b: before 1642, Cymru, Wales - d: about 1690, Hanover, New Kent, Virginia


 76 
 on: April 20, 2017, 11:01:20 AM 
Started by mcclurera - Last post by mcclurera
Walter Meredith 
Big Y anyone?

Beginning April 20th, our National DNA Day sale begins!
The promotion ends at 11:59 pm Central Time on Thursday, April 27

Retail   Sale   Product
79   59   Family Finder
199   149   mtFull Seq
169   129   Y37
268   209   Y67
359   289   Y111
575   425   BigY
99   79   SNP Backbone
119   89   SNP Packs

Meredith, Walter. "Big Y Anyone?" Family Tree DNA - R Z253 - Activity Feed | Family Tree DNA. Gene by Gene, Ltd., 19 Apr. 2017. Web. 20 Apr. 2017. <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/r-z253/activity-feed>.

 77 
 on: April 20, 2017, 10:38:25 AM 
Started by Robert Kelly Dazet - Last post by Robert Kelly Dazet
Well, since no one every replies to any of my posts, Bill Dietrich and I will just have to talk among ourselves!  He he, ho ho, ha ha! 

I have the impression there is no interest in this project! A project with no participation is not of much use! What a shame! 

Even the project admin seems to be absent!

Btw, this will be the first reply to any post for quite a long time.


 78 
 on: April 20, 2017, 09:30:22 AM 
Started by coulterAdmin - Last post by Elaine Anderson
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
laineymac@centurylink.net

 79 
 on: April 20, 2017, 01:26:52 AM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
The DNA Day Sale is supposed to begin today, although it is not yet reflected on our Order page.  If you do decide to order one or more tests, be sure you receive the Sales price before completing your order.

The Sale runs from sometime on Thursday, 20 April until one minute until Midnight on Thursday, 27 April.

Here are the tests that are on Sale and their prices during this period:

    Family Finder          $59.00
    mtFull Sequence    $149.00
    Y-DNA37               $129.00
    Y-DNA67               $209.00
    Y-DNA111             $289.00
    Big Y                     $425.00
    SNP Backbone         $79.00
    SNP Packs               $89.00

Please note that these sales are for new tests only, not STR upgrades.  The Backbone price includes not only the R1b Backbone, but also the de facto Backbone, the I1-M253 SNP Pack.  These are good prices for the Backbones and really excellent prices for the other 89.  Not even when they were introduced were they this low, $30.00 less than regular prices for most of the regular SNP Packs and much more than that for a special one.

 80 
 on: April 19, 2017, 05:26:16 PM 
Started by Robert Kelly Dazet - Last post by Robert Kelly Dazet
Are there any Dietrich Project members that have taken a DNA test, Y-DNA, mtDNA or atDNA here at FTDNA or Ancestry DNA, from Hirschfeld, Hunsrück, Rhineland Palatinate?  If so, what is your Haplogroup?  Our Dietrich haplogroup is E-M35 (Bill Dietrich).

Our Dietrich family according to church death records for Jakob Dietrich, lived in Kischker Hungary.

According to emigration and registration in Vienna, there were three families that were sent to Kischker:

Johann Nicolaus Dietrich and family from Hirschfeld, Pfalz

Johann Michael Dietrich and family cousin of Nicolaus, also from the Hirschfeld area.

Johann Valentine Dietrich and family from Mariental, Pfalz

Are your Dietrich Ancestors from from somewhere else in the Pfalz?

Now our closest DNA matches here at FTDNA are from Dresden, no where near the Pfalz.

I'm puzzled by that because I haven't heard of  German colonists in Hungary coming from Saxony.  I do know that some settled apparently in Siebenburgen/Transylvania.

I'm very surprised that this surname project doesn't have more discussion either in general about the surname Dietrich, or about DNA Haplogroups.

Regards,

Kelly

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