DNA Descendants View for Benjamin Baden Throop

Here are the inheritors of Benjamin Baden Throop's Y chromosome and X chromosome DNA. (For autosomal DNA, see Benjamin's full descendants list.) Living descendants could be tested to scientifically confirm family relationships back to Benjamin. 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 Benjamin's direct-line male descendants.   more information Help

  1. Phares Orimer Throop DNA ancestors (1830s - 1840s)
  2. Thomas R. Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1840s - unknown)
    1. Benjamin Ballard Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1860s - unknown)
      1. Harvey A. Throop DNA ancestors (1890s - unknown)
      2. Living: [private great grandson (1910s - unknown)]
      3. Living: [private great grandson (1910s - unknown)]
    2. Thomas R. Throop DNA ancestors (1870s - unknown)
  3. Benjamin Baden Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1850s - 1920s)
    1. William Neblett Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1880s - 1970s)
      1. Jack Neblett Throop DNA ancestors (1900s - 1980s)
      2. Living: [private great grandson (1920s - unknown)]
      3. Living: [private great grandson (1920s - unknown)]
    2. Benjamin Baden Throop DNA ancestors (1880s - 1900s)
    3. Palmer Allan Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1900s - 1980s)
  4. David P. Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1850s - 1920s)
    1. E. G. Throop DNA ancestors (1900s - 1900s)
  5. Adrian G. Throop DNA ancestors descendants (1860s - 1930s)
    1. Jonas Johnston Throop DNA ancestors (1890s - 1940s)

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 Benjamin's X chromosome.   more information Help

  1. [Benjamin's son Phares did not inherit Benjamin's X chromosome.]
  2. Mary V. Throop DNA ancestors (1840s - unknown)
  3. Elizabeth Arsenath (Throop) Price DNA ancestors descendants (1840s - 1920s)
    1. Richard Edwin Price DNA ancestors descendants (1850s - 1930s)
      1. Verna Dell (Price) Collard DNA ancestors descendants (1890s - 1930s)
        1. Richard Thad Collard DNA ancestors (1920s - 2000s)
        2. Betty (Collard) Turnage DNA ancestors (1930s - 2000s)
        3. Paul Wray Collard DNA ancestors (1930s - 1980s)
    2. Annie V. Price DNA ancestors (1870s - 1910s)
    3. Belle Josephine (Price) Woods DNA ancestors descendants (1870s - 1960s)
      1. Bessie Belle Woods DNA ancestors (1890s - 1940s)
      2. John P. Woods DNA ancestors descendants (1900s - 2000s)
        1. [private second great granddaughter (unknown - unknown)]
        2. [private second great granddaughter (unknown - unknown)]
        3. [private second great granddaughter (unknown - unknown)]
        4. [private second great granddaughter (unknown - unknown)]
        5. Living: [private second great granddaughter (1920s - unknown)]
      3. Washington Lee Woods DNA ancestors descendants (1900s - 1930s)
      4. Marjorie Gordon Woods DNA ancestors (1910s - 1950s)
    4. James Alvin Price DNA ancestors (1870s - unknown)
    5. Bessie Throop Price DNA ancestors (1880s - 1880s)
  4. [Benjamin's son Thomas did not inherit Benjamin's X chromosome.]
  5. Hannah Throop DNA ancestors (1840s - 1860s)
  6. Arabella Throop DNA ancestors (1850s - unknown)
  7. Belle Throop DNA ancestors (1850s - unknown)
  8. Jenny Throop DNA ancestors (1850s - unknown)
  9. Josephine Throop DNA ancestors (1850s - unknown)
  10. [Benjamin's son Benjamin did not inherit Benjamin's X chromosome.]
  11. [Benjamin's son David did not inherit Benjamin's X chromosome.]
  12. [Benjamin's son Adrian did not inherit Benjamin's X chromosome.]

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