Other than Sharon herself, is anyone less than 17 degrees from her?

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I am 17 degrees from her through my Patton and Sizemore marriage connections.

We are also 11th cousins, once removed.  Common ancestor:
Temperance Cocke.
WikiTree profile: Sharon Hinshaw-Payne
in The Tree House by David Hughey G2G6 Pilot (993k points)
No; however, we are 18 degrees and 17th cousins 2x removed through Thomas Green. Hello cousin!
Hi Carol!  Nice to meet you cousin!
No, 21 degrees, 16th cousins four times removed
Hi Cousin Sharon!

Right back atcha! Nice to meet you! Very nice profile!
Thanks!  Not as extensive as yours though, you give me something to aspire to!
I am 15 degrees from her. 10th cousins 3 times removed. Cecily Farrar is our common ancestor. Her 12 great grandmother. My 9th great grandmother.
Hello Sandra.  Nice to meet another cousin!

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She is my 6th cousin via William Marshall.
by T Stanton G2G6 Pilot (141k points)
selected by Sharon Hinshaw-Payne
Thanks for the star, cousin. Someday we'll solve the Ireland riddles.
I hope so.  Maybe a trip to Ireland is in order?
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It looks like she and I are "19th cousins twice removed".

LOL! :-)

~Brian Kerr
by Brian Kerr G2G6 Pilot (122k points)
Hi Brian!  Who is our connection 19 times 2 ago?

Ahhh, the 10th Earl of Warwick, royal blood we are.

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18 degrees.

However, we are half-8th cousins once removed.
by Eric Weddington G2G6 Pilot (206k points)
Hi Cousin!  Who are we half connected through?
Aye the MacGregors "Children of the Mist".
Sorry, I don't understand the reference.

Ann Gregg was of Scottish origin, specifically the Clan MacGregor. The name of this clan was banned in the early 1600s after its members killed more than 140 rival clansmen at Glen Fruin near Loch Lomond.  Following the bloodshed, James VI, in a bid to dismantle the clan, forced MacGregors - and Gregors - to drop their name or risk punishment by death. Aliases, including Gregg, Grant, Stewart and Ramsay were used. Famous outlaw Rob Roy McGregor, born 1671, took his mother’s maiden name Campbell.  Bloodhounds were allegedly sent to track down the clans people, who became known as “Children of the Mist” as they retreated to the remotest spots.  The ban was in place for two periods, between 1603 and 1661 and 1693 and 1784.

Thanks for the background! In reviewing this line, it is really uncertain if there is a connection. Currently there are two daughters of Ann (Gregg) Houghton named Mary, one of which is unsourced (my line). I'm not even sure yet if they should be merged, or if one of the profiles just has the wrong parentage.
I'll check that out and post what I find.
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15th cousin once removed to Sharon via Walter Blount, as well as cousins to Brian Kerr, Eric Weddington and T. Stanton.......Hi cousins........       Jack
by John Thompson G2G6 Mach 2 (28.9k points)
edited by John Thompson
Hi John!  Glad to meet you cousin!
Thanks Sharon.

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