"Betty thanks for sharing your markers here. It looks as though we are close in so many of them, but, definitely way to many differences for us to be in the same Paternal Family. But, there could still be a connection with the families…"
"Betty, I will send an invite to you to see my Ancestry Tree. I will need an e-mail address to send it to you. You can send it private to my messages if you want to.
Something else interesting is that my great grandfather's name is…"
"Hi Betty, since my Grandfather George John William Dunlap was born in Hopkins Co., Ky and there were Dunlaps in both Hopkins Co., and Christian Co., whose genealogy line goes back to Lancaster County SC. I've been researching this…"
"I believe that my paternal line is from Scotland. We did the Y-DNA 67 test confirmed haplogroup J2a4b, shorthand is J-M67. Since the J2 group is from the Fertile Crescent in the Middle East I am doubtful there are many J2a4b's in…"
An American ethic group of those who think their ancestors were Scottish Protestants living in Ulster. Our challenges: researching in colonial times, crossing the Pond, researching in Ireland. You can do this, but need to learn how. It is not easy.See More
For all those who are members of, or interested in researching this Y-chromosome haplogroup, made up of all paternal-line descendants who share the mutations 12f2.1, M304, P209, etc. Originally from the Middle East. Major branches are J1 and J2.See More
"My brother did the Y-DNA 67 test for our Dunlap surname. The deep clade test results came back J2a4b, M67+, L27+, L26+ and shorthand for J-M67.
My Dunlap's were from Scotland and I am beginning to think that there were not many J2's…"
For all who are members of, or interested in Y-DNA haplogroup J2, made up of paternal-line descendants who share the M172 mutation. J2 is commonly found among peoples of the Mediterranean and northern Middle East. Major branches are J2a and J2b.See More
"Hi Carolyn, thank you for your note about the DeSoto connection; you are w-a-a-y too young to know anything about my grandfather (he lived there in the 1890s), but it is good to hear from the town where my mother was born."
Hi Carolyn, thank you for your note about the DeSoto connection; you are w-a-a-y too young to know anything about my grandfather (he lived there in the 1890s), but it is good to hear from the town where my mother was born.
I saw your post in the Germany group. I also have some Wagners from Baden/Bavaria and some Schneiders from France, both ending up in the midwest (Iowa and South Dakota). Let me know if any of this sounds like we may have something in common.
I noticed you are a member of the Tennessee group also. I'm in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and will be happy to do some lookups for you at the local library or the courthouse if you need any.
I have ROWLAND's into Oklahoma before, during and following the land rush. They were from Tennessee and Missouri, throuh Arkansas.