"I have done my mtDNA...and I am the T2 haptogroup. Elizabeth Richards (abt 1803-abt 1870) was my 2nd great grandmother. She was born in Kentucky (probably Adair county) and Hickory county, Missouri. Her husband was Green Luttrell. Her parents…"
This gentleman is my ggg-grandfather. He was born about 1783 in Kentucky and was married to Nancy Syms Northcott. His daughter Elizabeth (b abt 1803 Kentucky and died abt 1870 probably in Missouri) is my ancestor. My mtDNA puts me in Haplogroup T2 which is reasonably uncommon. Not all males are tested for mtDNA but if you are male and were and are a T2...sure would like to chat.
A group for those researching the Richards surname.The founder of this group manages the Richards DNA Surname Project at Family Tree DNA. While Y-DNA testing is recommended, it is not a requirement to join this group.
"Well folks I have the very common name of Johnson. John Johnson born 1808 in Wrawby, s/o Luke Johnson and Mary Quickfall married Anne Holdsworth b 1816 in Broughton by Brigg. d/o William Holdsworth and Anne Bratton. The Holdsworth side goes back to…"