Connie (Daniels) Graves
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Connie (Daniels) Graves

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Connie A. Graves formerly Daniels
Born 1940s.
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Sister of [private sister (1940s - unknown)] [half], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] [half], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] [half] and [private brother (1960s - unknown)] [half]
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Biography

Connie (Daniels) Graves is participating with Super_Sweepers during the 2019 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 9 suggestions.
Connie (Daniels) Graves participated with Flying Dutchmen' during the 2018 Source-a-Thon, adding ' sources to profiles.
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Connie has written and improved 200 profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.
Connie (Daniels) Graves participated with Team 811 during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 33 suggestions.
Connie is a member of Portal World-the Netherlands

Update: June 2019: Using both Y and autosomal DNA matches has enabled me to track one of my Johnson family lines back to Ireland and thanks to one of the BEST researchers ever (Jim Bartholomew) there is tons of documentation to prove it. I am one happy camper.

Update: 9 December 2018. Zeroing in on the Y-DNA results it is rather amazing to report the Big-Y DNA results of my half-brother indicate the Daniels are part of the Irish clan O'Driscoll of County Cork.

Update: 8 January 2018--After a year spent studying how DNA works, pouring over and comparing my matches and then late night bleary eyed searches of the internet tracking numerous Daniels families at last (!!!) I have reached the conclusion the origin of my family brick wall ancestor William Daniels was Wake County, North Carolina. Beyond that I cannot say but this is a big (TA DA) moment for me. Sigh. Now what? Where to look? The quest continues.

BREAKING NEWS. 30 December 2016 Ringing in the New Year! 2017 My auDNA test came back with a BIG SURPRISE. Through the test I was able to connect with a close paternal relative who had done a YDNA test. The result for my paternal origins show the Daniels haplogroup on FTDNA is I2a (I-A11115) which apparently traces back to members of the Clan O'Driscoll of County, Cork Ireland. Absolutely, amazing!

Sources

Paternal relationship is confirmed by a 2040.1 cM match between Daniels-3035 GEDMatch T402351 and her half brother William Daniels GEDMatch T504123.

Paternal DNA confirmed by GEDmatch Genesis between second cousins NU7242283 [Daniels-3035]], T504123 Daniels-3574 and UF1636098 Robin Carpenter who share 141.5 cM. MRCA 3.3 = Henry Daniels and Emma Albright.

Paternal Autosomal DNA confirmed by Gedmatch between T883198 Longfellow-151, the fourth cousin of T402351 Daniels-3035 for 66.8 cM and T504123 Daniels-3574 for 65.9 cM. MRCA 4.1 gen. William Daniels and Martha Ward..

Paternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch for 4.3 gen match between M235988 Jimmy Cole and NU7242283 Daniels-3035 33.6 cM, T504123 Daniels-3574 for 36.1 cM. MRCA Harrison Daniels and Hester Johnson.

Paternal DNA confirmed on Gedmatch for 4.6 gen. match of M235988 Jimmy Cole with T883108 Longfellow-151 for 25.0 cM. MRCA William Daniels and Martha Ward..

Paternal DNA confirmed on Gedmatch with additional members of the Cole family as follows: A225590 S.J. Cole (Scott Cole on FTDNA) with Daniels-3035 for 19.3 cM and Longfellow-151 for 30.7. A861100 T.L. Cole (T. Cole on FTDNA) with Daniels-3035 for 19.2 cM and Longfellow-151 for 23.4. MRCA William Daniels and Martha Ward..

Paternal DNA confirmed on Family Tree DNA between Daniels-3035 and third cousin Winks-90. They share 19 segments for Total cM) 178.95313. Their most recent common ancestors are Henry Daniels and Emma Albright.

Paternal DNA confirmed by Family Tree DNA on Chr 10 Daniels-3035 and Daniels-3574 with their 3rd cousin Winks-90 32.49 cM and their 4th cousin Longfellow-151 39.72 cM . MRCA William Daniels and Martha Ward..

Paternal, Triangulated My Heritage DNA match on Chromosome 19 for 13.2 cm for fifth cousins Daniels-3035, Daniels-3574 and Pennington-4872. All share Charity Adkins and Randolph Adkins as their most recent common ancestor. Daniels-3035 and Pennington-4872 share 3 DNA segments
Paternal DNA confirmed by GEDmatch between Connie Daniels Graves and Thelma Johnson Milton T921030 for 29.1 cM Chr 22. Thelma and Connie are third cousins twice removed and both are descendants of William Johnson.
Paternal DNA confirmed by Family Tree DNA match for 75.9 cM between Daniels-3035 and her 2nd cousin once removed Tim Barber. They are descendants of George W. Barber and Sarah Ann Gilkey.

The match between Tim and Connie on Chr 2 matches two segments in common with Alkia Fraley on My Heritage.

Paternal DNA confirmed by My Heritage DNA as a triangulated match on three segments for Alkia Lee (Tackett) Fraley with first cousin twice removed Connie Daniels Graves (117.3 cM). They are descendants of George W. Barber and Sarah Ann Gilkey.
Paternal DNA confirmed by MY HERITAGE DNA match for 2nd cousins once removed Daniels-3035 and Barber-8455 sharing 7 segments with the largest 31.5‎ cM. Both are descendants of George Barber and Sarah Ann Gilkey. Contact Daniels-3035 for details.
Paternal DNA confirmed by 60 cM My Heritage DNA match between third cousins once removed Daniels-3035 and Crumbley-53. They are descendants of George W. Barber and Sarah Ann Gilkey.
Paternal DNA confirmed on Gedmatch on Chr 1 and 3 between YW7814505 McGraw-1305 and 3C1R NU7242283 Connie Graves for 69.2 cM and 3.8 gen. and T504123 Bill Daniels lll for 41.0 cM and 4.2 generations.Their MRCA are Richard Bare and Martha Pritchett.
Paternal DNA confirmed on Family Tree Y-DNA Bear-Barr Family Project: Lineage VI. Test for 111 markers shows matches for the following kits:
  • 80521, Haplogroup R-M269, paper trail earliest ancestor Peter Barr b 1775, Frederick Co VA, da 1825 Ohio
  • 893344, Haplogroup R-M269, paper trail earliest ancestor Adam Nelson Barr, b 1760 PA, d 1857 Union Star, KY
  • 65883, Haplogroup R-M269, paper trail earliest ancestor Ludwig Baer, b 1756 Somerset Co PA, died 1820 Somerset Co PA
  • Paternal DNA is shown on Gedmatch by a match between 4th cousins Connie Daniels Graves and T187430 Jack Richard Templeton whose MRCA is George Peter Bare. The match is on chromosome 1 for a total of 14.32 cM. There is also a match on Family Tree DNA with his son Jack Kenneth Templeton on chromosome 1 for a total of 7.87 cM making him a 5th to remote cousin of Connie (Daniels) Graves.
  • Paternal DNA is shown on Family Tree DNA between Connie Daniels Graves with Andrew S Horne on chromosome 1 for a total of 33.7 cM. He is son of Marilee Stephenson a third cousin of Connie Graves and matches on chromosome 1 for a total of 34.93 cM.
  • Paternal DNA is shown on Family Tree DNA by a 3rd cousin match between Connie Daniels Graves and Elaine Paullus Workman on chromosome 1 for a total of 33.7 cM. Elaine's earliest ancestor as shown on Wikitree is Linsy Baire.
Paternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch between 3rd cousins once removed T402351 Connie Graves and A501107 Frank Stephenson on Chromosome 8 for 10.8 cM. MRCA 5.2 generations are William Lee Evans Jr and Mary Ann Stewart.
Paternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch by a 44.1 cM, match on Chromosome X between third cousins once removed Frank Stephenson A501107 and Connie Daniels Graves T402351. Frank inherited his X chromosome from his mother Erma Spradling. Frank and Connie's MRCA's are William Lee Evans Jr and Mary Ann Stewart.
  • Paternal DNA triangulated match between 5C1R on Gedmatch. T402351 Connie Graves T504123 Bill Daniels lll and A454530 Delbert Allen who share 38.3 cM with the largest segment being 21.2 and 4.3 generations. Their MRCA are Richard Keesee and his wife Sallie.
  • Maternal DNA matches
Maternal DNA confirmed on MY Heritage between first cousins Wilson-53942 and Connie (Daniels) Graves who share 29 segments with the largest 63.1‎ cM and both descendants of John Wilson and Hazel Woodall.
Maternal DNA has been confirmed by My Heritage match between Cook-25097 and her 2nd cousin Connie Graves on 17 segments with 453cM shared. John Wilson and Hazel Woodall.
Maternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch and MY Heritage on Chromosome 5 between (T402351) Connie Graves and 1st cousin Wilson-53942 for 17.6 cM and their 2nd cousin (T354404)Wilson-41262 for 27.6 cM. Descendants of George Wilson and Debbie Wilson
Maternal DNA is confirmed on GEDmatch for 225.1 cM on 10 matching segments. Largest segment = 34.5 cM, Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 3.0 between Connie Daniels Graves and her second cousin Wilson-41262. They are descendants of George Wilson and Debbie Wilson who were their great-grandparents.
Maternal DNA is confirmed on GEDMatch on Chr 18 between first cousins Wilson-53942 (20.9 cM) and Connie (Daniels) Graves with their second cousin Wilson-41262 (91.0 cM) with their third cousin Wilson-42994. Their MRCA's are Wm H C Wilson and Susanna Cox
Maternal DNA confirmation for MRCA Uriah Wilson and Elizabeth House.
GEDmatch on Chromosome 13 between Connie Daniels Graves and her second cousin Wilson-41262 (62.1 cM at 3 locations), and their third cousin Cathy Wilson Leary (32.8 cM at 2 locations) who triangulate for 9.43 cM.
GEDmatch shows a match on Chromosome 4 between second cousins Connie Daniels Graves and Wilson-41262 (26.4 cM), and their 3rd cousin Cathy Wilson Leary (18.7683 cM) .
FTDNA Family Finder match between Connie Daniels Graves and Wilson-41262 on Chromosome 4 for a total of 24.15 cM and 3rd cousin Cathy Wilson Leary on Chromosome 4 for a total of 17.96 cM.
MY HERITAGE Triangulated match between Connie Graves, and her third cousins once removed Cathy Leary , and Lois Warren on Chromosome 4 at 5055774 – 15194513 for 22.3 cM.
GEDmatch between Wilson-41262 matches with 3rd cousins once removed MRCA Uriah Wilson and Elizabeth House
Lois Warren Cooke (14.9664 cM)
Elizabeth Warren Townley (14.8108 cM)
Cathy Wilson Leary (14.7835 cM)
Keith Wilson (14.9664 cM)
Maternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch between third cousins once removed T402351 Connie Graves and A684935 Norman Howard Walters for 5.0 CM on Chr 5. Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.7 Norman also matches his fourth cousin Cathy Leary on Chr 5 for 5.1 cM and estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.7. Norman has an additional match with his fourth cousin T071231 Elizabeth Townley Warren who match on Chr 6 for 7.4 cM, estimated MRCA 7.5 generations. All are descendants of Uriah Wilson and Elizabeth House.
Maternal DNA confirmation for MRCA Elias Newkirk DNA relationship is confirmed on GEDmatch between fourth and fifth cousins. For 27.617 cM between A439796 Kathy Presson who is a fifth cousin once removed of T402351 Connie (Daniels) Graves and T354404 Bonnie Wilson Preisler. Connie and Bonnie are 2nd cousins. In addition Kathie Presson is a fourth cousin once removed to T731795 Janet Weissenborn sharing 11.7 cM. Connie shares 24.6 cM with Janet. Bonnie shares 14.7 cM with Janet. They all descend from Elias Newkirk. Kathy and Janet from Elias' second wife and Connie and Bonnie from Elias' first wife.
Maternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch with a match between second cousins

FB4076958 Margaret (Woodall) Tylutki and T402351 Connie (Daniels) Graves for 351 cM on 14 shared segments who both match their second cousin twice removed A841827 Isaacs-1015. FB4076958 Margaret (Woodall) Tylutki for 41.5 cM and T402351 Connie (Daniels) Graves for 56.1 cM. MRCA James Woodall and Emma Anderson.

Maternal DNA confirmed by My Heritage, DNA triangulation on Chr 6 at location 100540696 to 109228739; rs2207619 rs9374055 for 10.1 cM; 4224 SNPs between Connie Graves, and second cousin once removed Everett Woodall (MRCA's Daniel Jefferson Woodall and Louvena Davis ), and her fourth cousin, James K. Jeffrey (MRCA's Daniel Hankins Woodall and Sally Woodall ) .
Maternal DNA confirmed by Gedmatch for Daniels-3035 with 5th cousins A071004 and A858237 on Chromosome 4 at 112 M - 127M for 10.9 cM. Also a Gedmatch with 5th to 6th cousin A208367 for 9.5 cM on Chromosome 4 at 163M - 171M. E-mail from Kerri Kaczynski received 18 May 2019. I compared your kit on GEDmatch, which did not match to me, but did match my aunt (A071004), uncle (A858237) and second cousin. Also, my second cousin (A208367) has done the y-DNA test at FtDNA, haplogroup R-M269.
Maternal DNA confirmed with the Welty family by Gedmatch comparison T402351 (Connie Graves) and T948143 (Patricia C Mason), 39.4 cM ,largest segment = 4.1 cM; as well as for her three sibs and first cousin, T048732 (Michael John Mason) 20.9 cM, 5.5 cM; T528966 (David G. Mason) 30.4 cM , Largest segment = 3.7 cM; T070541 (*K. Mason) 40.4 cM, largest segment 5.2 cM; T465622 (*R. Mason) 21.5 cM, largest segment = 4.2 cM. Patricia wrote in an e-mail Nov 23, 2019 "We do share chromosomes, probably from the earlier Welty connections coming from Peter Welty and his sons."


DNA--Trying to connect Hendricks and Welty cousins the following matches were derived using GEDmatch One-to-one Comparison. Segment threshold size will be adjusted dynamically between 200 and 400 SNPs. Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 3.0 cM. Mismatch-bunching Limit will be adjusted dynamically to 60 percent of the segment threshold size for any given segment. Here are the results:

Maternal DNA confirmed with Welty family by Gedmatch comparison T402351 (Connie Graves) and T948143 (Patricia C Mason), 39.4 cM ,largest segment = 4.1 cM; as well as for her three sibs and first cousin, T048732 (Michael John Mason) 20.9 cM, 5.5 cM; T528966 (David G. Mason) 30.4 cM , Largest segment = 3.7 cM; T070541 (*K. Mason) 40.4 cM, largest segment 5.2 cM; T465622 (*R. Mason) 21.5 cM, largest segment = 4.2 cM. Patricia wrote in an e-mail Nov 23, 2019 "We do share chromosomes, probably from the earlier Welty connections coming from Peter Welty and his sons."
Maternal DNA confirmed on GEDmatch with the Hendricks family by matches between 6th and 7th cousins. The first is a match of 6 shared segments total = 22.8 cM, largest segment 5.3 cM between Connie Graves and her 6th cousin once removed A045117 Sharon Franklin Hutchinson. Connie Graves has a match with her 7th cousin T805532 Tina Belvin Derring of 6 shared segments = 21.8 cM, largest segment 5.1 cM. T402351 Connie Graves and T940087 Morton Lee Franklin are 6th cousins once removed and sharing 6 segments for a total 21.8 cM (largest segment 5.9 cM). Additional matches are shown for second cousins twice removed Connie Graves and A841827 Isaacs-1015 with the Hendricks family. A841827 Isaacs-1015 is a 7th cousin twice removed to A045117 Sharon Hutchison sharing 5 segments with total 17.2 cM (largest segment = 3.7 cM) and Isaacs-1015A841827 and T805532 Tina Belvin Derring are 7th cousins twice removed and have 9 shared segments total = 30.7 cM, largest segment 4.5 cM. A841827 Isaacs-1015 and T940087 Morton Lee Franklin are 7th cousins twice removed and have 6 shared segments for 21.7 cM (largest segment 8.1 cM). Finally, 6th cousins T805532 Tina Belvin Derring and A045117 Sharon Franklin Hutchinson are sharing 6 segments = 20.7 cM (largest segment 4.2 cM). MRCA James Hendricks and Christina Roland.

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Hi Connie,

After a great Liberation day challenge, the Connect-a-Thon is coming up, it will take place from Friday 17 July 2020-Monday 20 July 2020) so everyone is invited to join the Flying Dutchmen Team - Vliegende Hollanders..so let's all hop on the boat (teampage) ;) again and have some fun together. Don't forget to first register here (you can register until wednesday 15 july) and let them know you're going to rock the Flying Dutchmen (women) - Vliegende Hollanders boat ..and here's our connect-a-thon chat.

Hope to see you soon,

Bea and Astrid x

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
I know......... first the Cl-a-Th now a DRP challenge. But it is our 5th Liberation Day challenge. Just to celebrate freedom and remember those that made us to live in FREEDOM! Join us please!
The fourth Spring Clean-a-Thon is coming! The cleaning will start on Friday, April 24, at 8 AM (EDT) and run until Monday, April 27, at 8 AM (EDT).

Please join us at Team Flying Dutchmen after registering HERE.

And please feel welcome to join us in the mean time at cleaning up a Dutch Roots Gedcom we work on together for the next weeks.

Hope to see you soon!

Margreet, Bea and Astrid

Hi Connie!

First of all we all are wishing you a very happy and healthy 2020! And for a great start of this new year we will have a Scan-a-Thon again. The fun starts this weekend, from Friday 10 January (8 AM (ET) until Monday 13 January (8 AM (ET) and the registration cut-off is Wednesday, January 8th, at 11:59 pm, ET, so if you want to participate make sure to register for this event (hurry ;) ) (and respond with an ANSWER not a comment or reply) and of course also mention in the answer you are joining the Flying Dutchmen- Vliegende Hollanders team !

Hope to see you soon,

Bea & Astrid :)

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
Dear Connie"Thanks a lot for bringing the Discrepancy in the Death Date of my paternal 4XGreat-Grandmother,Sophia Eliisabeth Mayer to m y attention.Guess that I was in a hurry when I was adding her Profile to WikiTree,and just accidentally put the year 1760,instead of 1860 for the correct Year of her Death,my dear,Once again,thanks,I really,really pareicat it a lot,my dear.Kudos,and God bless you.
posted by Derlin Clair
Hi you. We need you! :)

Wanna have some fun ? It's almost time for the Source-a-Thon 2019 (Friday 4 October-Monday 7 October) and we would love to see you ! Make sure to first register (with an answer!), and let them know you join the Flying Dutchmen - Vliegende Hollanders and of course feel free to add your name to the team here (click link) (don't forget to remember and add your number (for the prizedrawings) there as well). ;)

Hope to see you soon and have a great day,

Bea + Astrid :)

Hi,

Wanna have some fun ? It's almost time for the Source-a-Thon 2019 (Friday 4 October-Monday 7 October) and we would love to see you ! make sure to first register (with an answer!), and let them know you join the Flying Dutchmen - Vliegende Hollanders and of course feel free to add your name to the team here (click link) (don't forget to remember and add your number (for the prizedrawings) there as well). ;)

Hope to see you and have a great day,

Bea + Astrid :)

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma
Hi Connie. I'm sorry I didn't explain myself very well.

Its Woodall-406 and Woodall-408 on the profile of John Woodall Jr Woodall-167. Would you please check to make sure I am still on the right branch, it was somewhat hard to break through.

Hi ,

On behalf of the Connectors Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you are currently contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Michelle ~ Volunteer Coordinator

Connie, below is a link to the map. There are 4 views of the same map. BUT, it was drawn in 1976--not 1776 (which it is supposed to depict). I had a vague memory that it is not an authentic map but a replica. Nevertheless, it does mark locations for gun-makers/sellers, forges, waterways, and churches. At the very least, it stimulated my thinking.

[Link to Berks Co Roots site]

What I'd really like to see is Lancaster County--that part that was Heidelberg-town (Myerstown today) and later partitioned into Lebanon and Marion counties. That's where the militarily-inclined Copenhavers and gun-hawking Schells would have interacted to produce and deploy some of the finest long-rifles of that era.

posted by Michael Schell
Hi Connie,

I agree it would be interesting to connect the sharp-shooting riflemen in the Revolution (Koppenhaver and his fellow soldiers)—with the craftsmen gun-makers and the locations of forges. I reckon that to have the best shooters you need 3 things: a forge, guys who know how to craft the finest rifles, and guys who can shoot. Have you ever seen the “map” of Tulpehocken region from 1776? It shows militarily-relevant things such as forges on the map. Somebody has written “guns” right on the map. I don’t know the original source for this map.

posted by Michael Schell
Hello, Connie,

Thank you so much for responding to our check-in for the Miltary and War Project.

We are sorry to hear that you are not currently active, but we understand that life happens and interests shift as we grow our shared tree and that some members may have moved on to projects more pertinent to the branches they are currently building. Please know that you will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you so much for your participation; we genuinely appreciate it.

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Hello, Connie,

On behalf of the Military and War Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members.

First, we want to thank you for your past participation in the project. We appreciate your desire to honor your ancestors for their service to their countries, or even for your service, wherever in the world. We hope that your membership has enhanced your WikiTree experience.

Please let me know, by commenting on my profile or sending a private message, if you are still active in the project, and if so, in a general sense how you may have contributed to the main project or any sub-projects within the last couple months.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Hi !

The registration for the brand new Connect-a-Thon is open now, so if you would like to join us, make sure you first add an answer at this Connect-a-Thon 2019 registration G2G saying you would like to participate and join the Flying Dutchmen - Vliegende Hollanders team and just add your WT ID to the team Flying Dutchmen - Vliegende Hollanders, at our Connect-a-Thon team page where you also can see how everything works. And here's our team chat .

Many thanks and hope to see you (again) !

The Flying Dutchmen - Vliegende Hollanders Team :D

posted by Bea (Timmerman) Wijma

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