Amy (F) W

Amy (F) W

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Amy W formerly F aka Sells
Born 1960s.
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On 11 Dec 2018 at 20:50 GMT Paula J wrote:

Hi Amy,

Thanks for offering to contribute information re: the Bennettsville Historic District. I suggest that you make a separate space page and then link it where Mary suggested (below). That way you have room for photos and as much information as you like.

That’s how we have been doing the towns of counties and counties of states so far. Thanks again!

On 11 Dec 2018 at 16:26 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

Hi Amy,

Thanksk for the question. I added a topic for you right above the =Government Header

It is blue labeled Bennettville Historical District..

If you feel that is the wrong place, when in edit, just copy, to more the category and title up to where you need it.?

Thanks for adding something to Bennettville and Marlboro County.

By the Way I added your name right below mine, feel free to add your last name.


On 30 Sep 2018 at 03:59 GMT Paula J wrote:

Welcome to the United States History Project and the South Carolina Subproject!

On 25 May 2018 at 02:30 GMT Ken Wise wrote:

Ok... Wow.. So, I'm related to you AND your husband?!! LOL Go figure. I think we, from NE SC & SE NC, are all related 7 ways to Sunday! LOL Mary Polly Wise Weatherford is a Sister of my James Christopher Wise. So, your husband and I are 4th Cousins once removed.

On 10 Feb 2018 at 19:55 GMT Phillip Rich wrote:

OK, That Is odd... There is absolutely no match between our fathers... So there is apparently no connection to Sarah Frazier. But that leaves a WTF on you and your Mom... I guess it just has to be an odd phase shift. Maybe it's an thing? I don't think I have ever seen that on a 23andMe or FTDNA test.

On 10 Feb 2018 at 01:37 GMT Phillip Rich wrote:

The Frazier's and the Rich's were both Quaker Families in Cecil County, Maryland in the 1700's. You may get some benefit from looking through the Hinshaw Quaker Encyclopedias also take a look at Eri's Family History:;view=1up;seq=59;skin=mobile

On 10 Feb 2018 at 01:14 GMT Phillip Rich wrote:

I think I just found the answer to my own question...

My 4G Grandfather John Rich Snr. married Sarah Frazier. So the DNA my Dad received from my 3G Grandfather is actually a combination of Rich and Frazier into one segment. This could complicate the estimate of generations of separation, but also makes it almost CERTAIN that our matching DNA is through mutual Rich ancestor's that were also part Frazier. How excitingly frustrating! :-)

On 10 Feb 2018 at 01:02 GMT Phillip Rich wrote:

OK, now I'm a little confused. Is it possible your Dad is also descendant from the same ancestor? Your Mom also matches on Chromosome 9 & 16, but your matching segments appear to extend beyond the segments you would have gotten from your Mom...? I guess it could just be an odd phase shift that I don't completely understand, but it just looks odd!
  • Chr 9 Start Location 10,545,358 End Location 15,337,022 Centimorgans (cM) 8.6 SNPs 781
  • Chr 9 Start Location 18,744,211 End Location 33,450,846 Centimorgans (cM) 18.5 SNPs 1,813
  • Chr 16 Start Location 59,253,628 End Location 86,235,645 Centimorgans (cM) 48.8 SNPs 4,002

See how her "End Location" on Ch9 is at 33, and yours extends to 35, and on Ch16 your "Start Location" is 57, and hers isn't until 59,???

On 8 Feb 2018 at 18:38 GMT Phillip Rich wrote:

I have been rather impressed with this tutorial:


On 8 Feb 2018 at 18:31 GMT Phillip Rich wrote:

If you could find a direct male descendant of one of Martha's Brothers, a Y-DNA test could go a long ways in nailing down the last name of Martha's John's father. I suspect an NPE (Non-Paternal Event) since it appears his Mother was a Rich from birth. That could be the key to your puzzle on the origins of John.

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