DNA Descendants View for Marie Louise Lefebvre

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

Mitochondrial DNA

A mother passes her mitochondrial DNA to all her children. Her daughters can then pass it down to their children. Here are up to 10 generations of Marie Louise's mitochondrial DNA descendants.   more information Help

  1. Louis Pitre DNA ancestors descendants (1820s - 1890s)

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 Marie Louise's X chromosome.   more information Help

  1. Louis Pitre DNA ancestors descendants (1820s - 1890s)
    1. Susan Lashomb DNA ancestors (1830s - 1850s)
    2. Catherine (Lepitre) Lacombe DNA ancestors descendants (1830s - 1910s)
      1. William H. Lacomb DNA ancestors (1850s - 1900s)
      2. Peter Lacomb DNA ancestors (1870s - unknown)
      3. Joseph Lacomb Jr. DNA ancestors descendants (1870s - 1940s)
        1. Maryon Lacomb DNA ancestors (1900s - 1900s)
        2. Gladys Lacomb DNA ancestors (1900s - 1900s)
    3. Mary Ann (Lashomb) Prevost DNA ancestors (1840s - 1910s)
    4. Phebe (Legembre) Lacombe DNA ancestors descendants (1840s - 1910s)
      1. Joseph P. Lacombe DNA ancestors (1860s - unknown)
    5. Fanny Susan (Lajamb) McCullough DNA ancestors (1850s - 1910s)
    6. Margaret (Peets) Tebo DNA ancestors (1880s - 1970s)
    7. Louise (Peets) Tyo DNA ancestors (1880s - 1960s)

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