"I recently joined FTDNA and am upgrading to Y-700 (Big Y). I've had some luck in the past year or so in chasing down my Noble line back in Enniskillen.
Andrew and Ann Isabella (Baillie) Noble had children: Annabella (1845-1875) m John Wilson, d…"
"From Big Y-700 we have a new subclade R-Y140232, for John Storey and Donald Kennedy Noble, (kit IN46681) , with 7 un-named variants. We also have a match at 12 markers with Eamonn John Mitchinson. Making good progress!"
Hi John, I knew who you were, and have not forgotten you from the past. At this time all my DNA matches are Johnson and there are none from the Noble Surname. I have recently joined Ancestry and will be with them for about a month, plus I plan on adding my data to the Noble surname in the hope that someone will eventually turn up with the same DNA figures. I shall keep you in mind and perhaps will re-appear after my research with Ancestry has expired.
Thanks for the invitation, I will be back after Christmas.
Have you read the Book >Bridge Across My Sorrows ,By Christina Noble, her grandfather surname on mothers side was Michael Gross ,from Carrick on Shannon. Christina was born in Dublin .I just thought I'd mention it .Good Luck in your search.
Hi John, I noticed a new Noble member on FTDNA, fit # 182670. It is between us on the table of results. Unfortunately there is very little information about this family. Do you happen to know anything more about this person? Thx.
I recently got my test results from ancestry.com and have opted to get further testing done by FTDNA. Can't recall exactly how I got in to your group but there must have been some DNA connection. Almost all the Nobles in my family tree are from Westfield MA in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. What do I do next?
Hi John, just curious if you signed up with FTDNA to test for L176.2? This is not a true SNP but is a pentanucleotide insertion (AAAAC) within the micro-satellite region of the Y chromosome which is repeated from 4 to 7 times. This appears to be downstream of P312 but before the other downstream true SNPs like M65, M153, SRY2627, U152 and L21. I believe is costs $29 plus a $9 fee. I tested postive for L176.2 with 7 repeats.
William Armstrong b. 1821 Montreal Quebec first wife her name was Joanna they live in 1851 and 1861 census thurlow Hastings Ontario but latter they split he shows up in 1861 marred to margaret jane perry knapp they lived in vespra township simcoe co. ontario canada those to lived and died there could this family be related to you