Katherine Patterson's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Katherine or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Katherine:
Katherine (Alvis) Patterson:
Family Tree DNA Family Finder, GEDmatch T478507, FTDNA kit #681337 +
23andMe, GEDmatch T478507
Hi. Can you have a look at John Wallis please? Appears to represent the famous mathematician. If so there is a lot of conflict with ODNB, if not then he has the wrong parents and wife. Wikipedia is good, too. Looks like a bad merge to me. C
Hi, Kathy. Could you have a look at John Wallis please. I want to create John Wallis mathematician see Wikipedia but Wallis-76 is very similar. Both from Ashford, dates close, wife's name similar. I'd value your opinion.
Hi Kathy. Please could you award me the EuroAristo badge. I am pre-1700 and pre-1500 certified. I am interested particularly in medieval English, Norman and French aristocrats. I plan to do some work on the de Preaux family who have links with the Bourbons; several of the medieval Cayley ancestors (most frequent surname spelling Cailly) had marriage links with families like the de Veres. Thanks for your help.
Thank you for the Ayers/Richardson merge. Samuel is my 5xs Great Grandfather and there is so much information messed up. You and I are 7th Cousins though James Ayers I believe. =) I see you also have other names in other parts of your tree that I am related to. Pedigo is way back, but one of your Pedigo's is my Best Friends Family member too. I found out my Best friend is also a cousin. No wonder she always felt like family to me. HA!
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