DNA Descendants View for John Sherwood Herring

Here are the inheritors of John Sherwood Herring's Y chromosome and X chromosome DNA. (For autosomal DNA, see John Sherwood's full descendants list.) Living descendants could be tested to scientifically confirm family relationships back to John Sherwood. Descendants who have already taken the necessary DNA test are highlighted.   more information Help

Y Chromosome

A father passes his Y chromosome to his sons. Here are up to 10 generations of John Sherwood's direct-line male descendants.   more information Help

  1. Charles Abraham Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1850s - 1900s) DNA confirmed
    1. Charles Wilson Herring DNA ancestors (1870s - 1870s)
    2. Washington Dennis Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1880s - 1920s) DNA confirmed
      1. Charles Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1910s - 1980s) DNA confirmed
        1. Glen Herring DNA ancestors (1930s - 2010s)
        2. Robert Herring DNA ancestors (1940s - 2010s)
        3. [private second great grandson (1940s - 2010s)]
      2. [private great grandson (1910s - 1980s)]
        1. Living: [private second great grandson (1930s - unknown)]
        2. Living: [private second great grandson (1940s - unknown)]
        3. Living: [private second great grandson (1940s - unknown)]
    3. Marcus Eugene Herring DNA ancestors (1880s - 1930s)
    4. Merrill Garrett Herring DNA ancestors (1880s - 1920s)
  2. William E. Herring DNA ancestors (1850s - 1880s)
  3. Daniel Christopher Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1860s - 1950s) DNA confirmed
    1. Clyde Sherwood Horn Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1880s - 1970s)
      1. Ollie Lee Herring DNA ancestors (1910s - 1970s)
    2. Eddie Herring DNA ancestors (1890s - 1890s)
    3. Wille Homer Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1890s - 1970s) DNA confirmed
      1. Euell Odel Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1910s - 2010s) [confident]
        1. Living: [private second great grandson (1950s - unknown)]
      2. Jessie Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1920s - 2010s)
        1. Living: [private second great grandson (1950s - unknown)]
      3. James Wendell Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1920s - 2000s) [confident]
        1. Living: Juan Gonzales DNA ancestors descendants (1940s - unknown) DNA confirmed
        2. Living: [private second great grandson (1950s - unknown)] [confident]
    4. Odell H. Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1900s - 1960s)
      1. D.c. Herring DNA ancestors (1920s - 2010s)
    5. Eugene Willis Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1900s - 1970s)
      1. Eugene Willis Herring Jr. DNA ancestors (1920s - 1950s)
    6. Merrell Russell Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1900s - 1940s)
    7. Louie H. Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1910s - 2000s)
      1. Louie Dugger Herring DNA ancestors (1940s - 1990s)
  4. Henry Allen Herring DNA ancestors (1860s - 1930s)
  5. Monroe Mack Herring DNA ancestors descendants (1870s - 1920s)
    1. Willie Herring DNA ancestors (1890s - unknown)
    2. Omer B. Herring DNA ancestors (1890s - 1910s)

X Chromosome

Sons get their single X chromosome from their mother. Daughters get an X from each parent. Here are up to seven generations of possible carriers of portions of John Sherwood's X chromosome.   more information Help

  1. [John Sherwood's son Charles did not inherit John Sherwood's X chromosome.]
  2. Sarah Ann Herring DNA ancestors (1850s - 1910s)
  3. [John Sherwood's son William E. did not inherit John Sherwood's X chromosome.]
  4. [John Sherwood's son Daniel did not inherit John Sherwood's X chromosome.]
  5. [John Sherwood's son Henry Allen did not inherit John Sherwood's X chromosome.]
  6. Mary Jane Herring DNA ancestors (1860s - 1940s)
  7. [John Sherwood's son Monroe Mack did not inherit John Sherwood's X chromosome.]
  8. Rosa Francis Herring DNA ancestors (1870s - 1950s)

Note that this display is privacy-controlled. John Sherwood Herring's profile is Public. What you see about each listed descendant depends on their individual Privacy Level and whether you are on their Trusted List.

WikiTree is actively developing features for facilitating genetic genealogy. If this interests you please join our conversations on G2G.