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Sue (Howard) Ison

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Sue Ison formerly Howard
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NOTE: My name is Carolynn Sue Howard Ison. My 23andMe DNA is under Carolynn Ison.

I am a watercolor artist living in Tennessee overlooking the TN river.


  • First-hand information. Entered by Sue Howard at registration.
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 23andMe test match between Sue Howard-6191 and her 1st cousin Scott Cole. Their MRCA is their grandmother, Salyer-151 Nan Salyer. Predicted relationship from Gedcom A760445 and M344233: 1st Cousins, based on sharing 780.2 cM with largest segment of 53.8. Confidence: Extremely High.
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by a 23andMe test match between Sue Howard-6191 and Bill Barnes. Their MRCA is Lewis Howard-6304, great-grandfather. Predicted relationship from Gedcom A054168 and M344233: Cousins.

NOTE: If you want me to look up any information in the following books, I will be happy to help you: "The Salyer Family" by Elizabeth Salyer "The Howards of Eastern KY" by the Magoffin County Historical Society "Minix Memories" by the Magoffin County Historical Society "Samuel Salyer, the Legislator" by Magoffin County Historical Society

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posted by Bill Vincent Ph.D.
edited by Bill Vincent Ph.D.
deleted by Sue (Howard) Ison
Sue, please keep the word, "County" in these Kentucky locations. It's important. Thanks for your help.
posted by Bill Vincent Ph.D.
Hi Sue, thanks for working on Stevens-13105. However, a few notes on the complications of Belgian genealogy :)

1. Flemish women have never traditionally taken on the surnames of their husbands. Complication: in French records, or when families moved to other countries, then they are sometimes recorded with their husband's surnames. 2. Belgium did not exist until 1830. Before that Rillaar was for some decades part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and before that it was part of the French Empire, and before that it was part of the Austrian Netherlands.

posted by Andrew Lancaster
Comparing Kit LR9050871 (Debra J. Reynolds Knight) [Ancestry] and Kit M344233 (Carolynn Ison) [Migration - V4 - M] You are the one that, so far, I match with the most.

Largest segment = 21.1 cM Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 99.7cM (2.779 Pct) 14 shared segments found for this comparison. 290105 SNPs used for this comparison. 52.565 Pct SNPs are full identical

Thanks Sue. If you want to read the best and most comprehensive info on the Allens, the ALLEN PATRILINEAGE PROJECT is a wonderful site. Apparently old Richard Allen had a LEGION of sons, grandsons, and great-grandsons who all used the same names. John Robb, the webmaster, and a large group of researchers have posted all kinds of records there and backed up their genealogies with DNA. Unfortunately for me, Drury Allen 2582 has not been placed yet and I haven't located a male descendant to test. Still looking though.

Happy Hunting! :) Carol White

posted by Carol White

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