Principally a European haplogroup, haplogroup I is detected at very low frequency across west Eurasia with slightly greater representation in northern and western Europe. Given its wide, but sparse, distribution, it is likely…"
For all those who are members of, or interested in mitochondrial haplogroup I, which is passed down in the maternal line. Our haplogroup is widespread in Europe and Western Eurasia, but is nowhere common, rarely reaching 5% of any population.
Don, I really appreciate your response to my inquiry about Isaac and Mary Cox, several years ago, that refers to a Cox-Haines connections. However, although I do have a Haines line in my ancestry, it is connected to my Bowie lineage which is a different branch altogether than my Cox lineage.
I am back to doing genealogy research after having to take a break of several years because I just didn't have time to spend on it. I'm starting with my Cox line and have come upon an interesting book online called The Cox Family in America that gives a lot of history on the several Coxes that came to America from England, Sweden, Holland, Scotland to name some. And even includes early genealogies for many of them. From what I understand Coxes from these different lines spread far and wide across America. Since certain names were so common in different lines (like Isaac, Thomas, Wm), I still haven't connected my Isaac to which one he may have descended from. What I do know is that his folks migrated from Greene Co, PA over to the area of Tyler Co., WV by 1850 when he shows up on the census there. From what I have gathered he was born about 1795 in PA and married Mary Wise, probably also from PA and probably married they were married in PA but I haven't found a marriage certificate.
Thank you for sharing what Cox info you have. I don't think this is my Isaac, but will keep the info in mind just in case it might be a link. I think mine was born 1795-1799 in Pennsylvania. Thanks again.
Don, I am helping a colleague with his tree. He has a Susan Jiney Rose born Mar 1850 in Tennessee who married a Franklin Waldron. Do you have any connections. He believes the Rose's may have a connection to Ohio.
I don't have Alex and Mary MacMillan in my tree. The Campbells I am most closely connected to had a farm just inside Stormont County from Glengarry. I am sure that I have other Campbells [collateral lines] that were from Glengarry County.