DNA Ancestor Confirmation Aid for Earl Virgil Davis

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This Ancestor Confirmation Aid (ACA) does something that's only possible on WikiTree:
reveals other descendants of your ancestors whose DNA tests could be used to scientifically confirm relationships in your family tree.
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1. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 2 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 3.
Earl Virgil Davis (Davis-53832)
Born Albia, Monroe, Iowa, United States 01 Dec 1903. Died Albia, Monroe, Iowa, United States 17 Aug 1929.
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Applicable Y-chromosome test(s):

Another man in Earl's direct paternal line needs to take a Y-chromosome test. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Earl's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on choosing a test-taker. The Davis DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Earl's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

Parents of Earl Davis

2. Goals: Use yDNA to confirm he is the son of 4 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 5.
William Henderson Davis (Davis-10774)
Born Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United States 11 May 1866. Died West Plains, Howell, Missouri, United States 04 Oct 1943.
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Applicable Y-chromosome test(s):

Another man in William's direct paternal line needs to take a Y-chromosome test. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on William's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on choosing a test-taker. The Davis DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on William's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

3. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 6 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 7.
Amie Estella Hatch (Hatch-3616)
Born Albia, Monroe, Iowa, United States 19 Feb 1878. Died Albia, Monroe, Iowa, United States 23 Jan 1929.
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Two descendants who carry Amie's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.


Grandparents of Earl Davis

4. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 8 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 9.
John Davis (Davis-10767)
Born Wayne, Kentucky, United States 28 Jan 1830. Died Putnam, Missouri, United States 02 Apr 1908.
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Applicable Y-chromosome test(s):

Another man in John's direct paternal line needs to take a Y-chromosome test. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on John's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on choosing a test-taker. The Davis DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on John's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

5. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 10 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 11.
Martha Jones (Jones-11705)
Born Clinton, Kentucky, United States abt 05 Nov 1829. Died Putnam, Missouri, United States 22 Dec 1891.
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Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Patsy's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

6. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 12 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 13.
Unknown Maternal Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

7. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 14 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 15.
Unknown Maternal Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.


Great-Grandparents of Earl Davis

8. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 16 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 17.
James Davis (Davis-10739)
Born Wayne, Kentucky, United States 12 Dec 1802. Died Putnam, Missouri, United States 16 Aug 1886.
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Applicable Y-chromosome test(s):

Another man in James's direct paternal line needs to take a Y-chromosome test. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on James's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on choosing a test-taker. The Davis DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on James's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

9. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 18 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 19.
Jane Hopkins (Hopkins-2169)
Born Clarke County, Georgia 05 Mar 1806. Died Putnam, Missouri abt Dec 1833.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Jane's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

10. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 20 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 21.
George Jones (Jones-64692)
Born Tennessee, Kentucky, or South Carolina, United States 23 Jan 1808. Died Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United States 19 Feb 1880.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on George's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Jones DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on George's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

11. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 22 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 23.
Gracie Ann Citty (Citty-30)
Born Wayne, Kentucky, United States 1812. Died 1842.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Gracie's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

12. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 24 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 25.
Unknown Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

13. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 26 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 27.
Unknown Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

14. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 28 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 29.
Unknown Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

15. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 30 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 31.
Unknown Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.


Second Great-Grandparents of Earl Davis

16. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 32 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 33.
John Davis (Davis-592)
Born Augusta, Virginia 12 Dec 1758. Died Clinton, Kentucky, United States 30 Sep 1841.
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Applicable Y-chromosome test(s):

Another man in John's direct paternal line needs to take a Y-chromosome test. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on John's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on choosing a test-taker. The Davis DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on John's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

17. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 34 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 35.
Mourning Guffey (Guffey-40)
Born Amherst, Virginia abt 1768. Died Kentucky, United States 1805.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Mourning's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

18. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 36 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 37.
Dennis Hopkins (Hopkins-3366)
Born Orange, North Carolina 13 Jul 1760. Died Clinton, Kentucky, USA 26 Jun 1850.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Dennis's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Hopkins DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Dennis's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

19. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 38 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 39.
Martha Cox (Cox-19228)
Born Randolph County, North Carolina 20 Dec 1766. Died Clinton County, Kentucky 26 Jun 1850.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Martha's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

20. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 40 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 41.
George Jones (Jones-94987)
Born Virginia, United States 1780.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry George's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Jones DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry George's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

21. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 42 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 43.
Sarah Robinson (Robinson-40359)
Born New River, Pulaski, Virginia, United States abt 1783. Died Clinton, Kentucky, United States 09 May 1856.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Sarah's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

22. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 44 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 45.
Jacob Citty (Citty-5)
Born Bedford Co., VA 17 Mar 1792. Died Wayne Co., KY 09 Aug 1864.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Jacob's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Citty DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Jacob's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

23. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 46 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 47.
Parkey Dearren (Dearren-1)
Born Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States abt 1791. Died Wayne Co., KY 21 Nov 1842.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Parkey's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

24. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 48 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 49.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

25. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 50 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 51.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

26. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 52 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 53.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

27. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 54 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 55.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

28. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 56 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 57.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

29. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 58 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 59.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

30. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 60 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 61.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

31. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 62 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 63.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.


Third Great-Grandparents of Earl Davis

32. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
John Davis (Davis-27879)
Born Goochland County, Colony of Virginia abt 1725. Died Pittsylvania, Virginia aft 1770.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Applicable Y-chromosome test(s):

Another of the descendants who carry John's Y-chromosome needs to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on choosing a test-taker. The Davis DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry John's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

33. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Jemima Jefferson (Jefferson-717)
Born Shadwell, Goochland Co. (Albemarle Co.), Colony of Virginia abt 1730. Died Pittsylvania, Virginia aft 1770.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Jemima's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

34. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Ephraim Guffey Jr. (Guffey-3)
Born Pittsylvania County, Virginia 1740. Died Jackson County, Alabama, United States 1805.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Ephraim's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Guffey DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Ephraim's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

35. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Nancy UNKNOWN (UNKNOWN-4030)
Born abt 1740. Died Clinton County, Kentucky, USA abt 1810.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Nancy's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

36. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Dennis Hopkins (Hopkins-3356)
Born Saint Peters Parish, Talbot, Maryland 14 Sep 1728. Died Randolph County, North Carolina, United States abt 1795.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Dennis's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Hopkins DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Dennis's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

37. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Bathsheba Allred (Allred-1727)
Born Orange County, North Carolina abt 1738. Died Clinton County, Kentucky, United States 1805.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Bathsheba's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

38. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Thomas Cox (Cox-4458)
Born London Grove, Chester, Pennsylvania abt 1733. Died Holly Spring, Guilford, North Carolina abt 1771.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Thomas's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Cox DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Thomas's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

39. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Martha Jenkins (Jenkins-2827)
Born Orange, North Carolina 1735. Died Guilford, North Carolina 1771.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Martha's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

40. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

41. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

42. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

43. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

44. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Jacob Zetty (Zetty-12)
Born Donegal Twp, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 28 Jun 1760. Died Bedford, Virginia, United States 06 May 1836.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Jacob's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Zetty DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Jacob's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

45. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Elizabeth Runyon (Runyon-595)
Born Brocks Gap, Rockingham Co., VA abt 1761. Died Bedford, Virginia, United States 31 Dec 1844.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Elizabeth's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

46. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

47. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

48. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

49. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

50. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

51. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

52. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

53. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

54. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

55. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

56. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

57. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

58. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

59. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

60. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

61. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

62. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

63. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

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