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 on: March 10, 2017, 06:11:45 PM 
Started by hairyboy - Last post by hairyboy
Kit 172552  I do not see my kit number listed with the dna results yet.  I thought when I submitted my pedigree, my dna test results would be added ?  HWP

 on: March 09, 2017, 02:02:52 PM 
Started by Nikki559 - Last post by Nikki559
Hi my name is Nicole my Dads biological last name was Paggett he passed away over a year ago but he did a dna test a few years back. Im trying to figure out how the groups work, Ive joined the Padgett group with his account and im trying to figure out if his dna will automatically be transferd to the project or do I need to do something else. His kit number is B121930

 on: March 08, 2017, 11:55:34 PM 
Started by Jim Paul - Last post by Budbiker
I am a paul descended from the family that is from morayshire/nairnshire scotland. I have done an autosomal dna test and using a few raw dna processing sites have managed to best guestimate that my y haplogroup is r1b m222, which makes sense as that haplogroup is common in Morayshire Scotland. I am very determined to find the origin of my paul name in scotland and to know where that name originated. So far i have my lineage back to about 1590/1600's. Anyone who might know more about the pauls origin in morayshire scotland i would love to hear from:).

 on: March 08, 2017, 04:36:57 PM 
Started by guyAdmin - Last post by Ruth Egan 4
So interesting! The "traveling group of families from Ulster /Northern Ireland for Was -sons seems to be blessed with many of French origin...which leans the way of Hugenots/Protestant....who were Calvinists. The Scottish National Church (Presbyterian) was rather sympatico.because they were Calvinists as well. Among these families are Purviances/de Purvaiance and Flemings from Flanders, the Wassons held lands in France, having immigrated was a northern colder climate as Was/the sharp....then son of Was/Wasson...and Guyette. They got along well with Scots, who needed to move on due to policy in London. Some went to Canada,and what became The USA, and some just went to The northern border counties of England or became "planters" in Ulster by invitation of the crown to utilize this space that had been cleared of the majority of its inhabitants.There is evidence that some Hugenots lived in Wales and had secret chapels A meeting room within a seemingly normal home that had no windows. The American colonies welcomed them and were offered rewards (tax breaks etc.) to settle in a certain colony. They absorbed quickly and most names sequewayed to more English sounding spellings. There is an historical Hugenot  Church in Atlanta( or is it Savannah?) , Georgia. They were so welcome because they were part of the emerging middle class..with skills and literacy.Also, they were not criminals..but were honest, hardworking, an reliable folk. I have minor (concentration in my masters) in Sociology and Social Psychology so I   love this kind of thing. I am enjoying this website. Ruth Wasson Egan

 on: March 07, 2017, 07:27:39 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by Sue born Mitchell
I.  unknown immigrant Mitchell b btw ~1800 - ~1820 Scotland or England (records vary, more likely Scotland based on son's census) to PA d ?
    II. Thomas A. Mitchell b 18 Apr 1840 PA d 27 Feb 1885 Montague Co. TX;  resided Knox Co MO before 1860 through 1870, m Rebecca Serilda Noblitt (1844-1885), b Edgar IL d Montague Co, TX, dau of Francis W Noblitt - Lucinda Bledsoe
           III James F Mitchell b 1866 Knox Co MO d ?
           III William Andrew Mitchell b 13 Jan 1868, Knox Co MO d 18 Nov 1947 • St Jo, Montague, Texas, USA, m 1895 Martha Luella Dyer (1879 - 1965) Montague Co Texas Dau of Caleb Williams Dyer- Mary Ann Samantha Riely aka Raby
                 IV   Madge L Mitchell b Mar 1898 d ?
                 IV   Rossie Mae Mitchell b 25 Feb 1900 TX d 1981 m Ryle
                 IV   Douglass Caleb Mitchell b 23 Jan 1903 Montague Co TX d 1969 Webb City, MO  (my grandfather)
                 IV   Hettie Inez Mitchell b 6 Mar 1905 Montague Co TX d 2000
                 IV   Weldon Andrew Mitchell b 23 Feb 1910 St. Jo, Montague Co TX d 13 Dec 2007, Houma LA m Lucy Jane Buckner
                 IV   M A Mitchell b 1911 TX
                 IV   Thomas Dyer Mitchell Sr b 29 Jan 1911 TX d 7 Feb 1960 Houston, Harris Co TX m Gayo Perkins
                 IV   Eileen Mitchell b 12 Nov 1917 Bokchito, Bryan Co. OK d 1997 m Barrett
          III   Lillie May Mitchell b 28 May, 1871, TX d 20 Aug 1883
          III   Charles E. Mitchell b 1879 d 1880 TX
          III   Quinton O. Mitchell Sr. b 30 Oct 1881 Montague Co. TX d 1940
 See Mitchell-Scott Family Tree on Ancestry or search for individuals on GENI world tree.
My Gedmatch kit is #M010052. I have confirmed autosomal matches with 2nd cousins,  descendants of Thomas Dyer Mitchell, and more distant cousins in the Noblitt, Bledsoe and the Dyer lines.

 on: March 06, 2017, 08:02:37 PM 
Started by Amy (Butler) Doll - Last post by Larry Joe Butler
I am also I-M253. Looking for parents of Robert W. Butler born 1799 in Maryland.
Butler Robert W. 2 Jun 1799 24 Apr 1864 63y 10m 22d Married Elizabeth Briggs.

 on: March 06, 2017, 01:25:09 PM 
Started by doranAdmin - Last post by Matt Miller
Only one male line Doran ancestor for me but no one available for yDNA test since this line daughtered out.

Thomas Doran, b 1803, birthplace likely in Co. Donegal, Ireland. m Catherine "Kitty" O'Hara, d 1877 in Carthage, Hancock County, Illinois, parents of:

daughter Nancy Doran, b 1822, birthplace likely in Co. Donegal, Ireland. single mother (unknown father) of:

Thomas Doran, b 1853-1857, birthplace likely in Brooklyn, NY. m Mary Anne Kelly, d 1936 in Fort Madison, Lee County, Iowa, father of:

daughter Julia Doran, b 1891 in New Boston, Lee County, Iowa. m Leo Miller, d 1968 in Fort Madison, Lee County, Iowa

FTDNA Kit 329052 - Matthew Miller
FTNDA Kit 448046 - Gail Baldwin - Managed by Matthew Miller

 on: March 05, 2017, 05:35:29 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by Snead
looking for Butlers from Anson and/or Scotland Counties, NC around 1800 and died there.Thanks. roberta Walker Butler  contact me at

 on: March 05, 2017, 12:51:59 AM 
Started by snowAdmin - Last post by druff43
I am David Ruff.  My Mother was born Gene Snow.  She was adopted and went through life with another name.  I found the name, Gene Snow, on the Oregon Adoption Name Change record.  She was born in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon 21 Sep 1916 and lived in that city for the next 41 years.  She died Dec 2000.  My Email is  Kit # 581324

 on: March 04, 2017, 04:56:50 PM 
Started by LaurieD - Last post by Damian_73
Hi everyone just found this site while searching as I have just got my results back from 23&me and found out this is my maternal line. I'm from the uk and was trying to find out more about this haplogroup as it seems to be a bit rarer in the uk. I was always curious of my mothers roots as she has darker skin. what you expect isn't always obvious as my father was very fair skinned and burnt as soon as he looked at the sun. The biggest shock is that his  haplogroup is North African/Balkan based and that his relatives most probably came the uk as a Roman legionnaire. Totally fascinating so I'd like to find out how my mums side came to the uk.

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