Melissa Lee's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Melissa or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Melissa:
Hey Melissa! Hope you are well. Just wanted to let you know.. I posted an 1800 Census for Marlboro Co., SC, on
Matthew Driggers he was born 1765. I'm wondering if he was Mathew Thomas Driggers? Or Maybe I have an extra Matthew in my line, and this is my Mark? I have myself all twisted around now. Also, maybe it will help you... with the three of them living so close (not alphabetized census). Three men are on there- John, Thomas and Mark Driggers.
Thank You Melissa! You are an asset to the Family and Wikitree! You are appreciated GREATLY! I think that I was able to turn it into a Source page. ... I think.. I also added it and info to Emmanuel, Frances, Johnson and Thomas's profiles. Sorry to be any trouble.
I found a line of Driggers, that connect to the Col Henry Norwood of Jamestown Colony family line, but I can not find where Bennett Driggers fits.
- Drucilla B. 28 Oct 1820, SC
abt 1839 • Troy, Pike, Alabama
John Darling Carter
- Bennett R. Driggers born abt. 1797 in Pike Co., Al., Married Charity Philpot, born 15 Dec. 1796 in S.C. Had the following children, Drucilla Driggers, & Avis Driggers. Drucilla born 20 Oct., 1820, died 4 july 1899, buried Antioch Baptist church, Troy, Al.
And here is a bunch of Driggers & Native American info- Ancestry Board
Melissa. Apparently what I did with the info for "Oh Susannah", trying to preserve it as a source page, was wrong. I'd appreciate any help or advice. Debi said that she sent it to the Wayback machine. I'm clueless. TY.