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
I wish I could be of help. My Worthington line is only back to m great-grandfather, born 1853 (he was 55 years older than my great-grandmother, so the year is not a mistake). I don't know if he had siblings or…"
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I'm hoping to find information on the English family of my ancestor Mary Ann Shakespeare, this is what little I know about her.She was born in England in 1816, I don't know where.She married James William Ivens on March 13, 1843, at St Patrick's Church in the Parish of Edgbaston, Warwichshire. They both resided on Aston Road. I have a certified copy of an entry of marriage in the Registration District of Kings Norton. I does not list either of their parents.Her first child Mary Ann Ivens was …See More
I wish I could be of help. My Worthington line is only back to m great-grandfather, born 1853 (he was 55 years older than my great-grandmother, so the year is not a mistake). I don't know if he had siblings or not. I have parents' names for him, but I'm again not sure if this information is accurate. He does not show up on any census until 1880. I have never found a census for the presumed father. I am thinking that he was illegitimate and may not have used his father's name until he was older.