Vere was born about 1615. He passed away about 1681.
Paternal relationship is confirmed through Y-chromosome DNA testing.
Lloyd (Hunt) de Vere Hunt, FTDNA kit #B231134 and his 6th cousin twice removed, Thomas Hunt, FTDNA kit #?????, match at a Genetic Distance of 3 of 37 markers thereby confirming their direct paternal lines back to their MRCA John of Glangoole Hunt. FTDNA indicates that the probability the two share a common ancestor within the last 6 generations is 53.98% and within the last 7 generations is 63.58%.
Lloyd (Hunt) de Vere Hunt, FTDNA kit #B231134 and his 8th cousin, Living Hunt, son of Vere John Urquhart Hunt FTDNA kit #?????, match at a Genetic Distance of 3 of 37 markers thereby confirming their direct paternal lines back to their MRCA Captain Vere Hunt. FTDNA indicates that the probability the two share a common ancestor within the last 8 generations is 57.04%
Y 37 Marker - J- M172 (predicted J-L70) match on file at FTDNA. Match may be viewed at the Hunt FTNA page under Group 69 and match tips probabilities exceed 50% at their generation level.
In terms of overall proof, documentary proof is solid showing full continuity of family and two have an autosomal match as well as other family autosomal matches which have only possible link with the male line of this family
Vere David Urquhart Hunt descendant of Henry "of Ligadoon"Hunt Lloyd de Vere Hunt descendant of John "of Glangoole" Hunt by Margaret Bowles Thomas Hunt descendant of John "of Glangoole" Hunt by Anne HicksHe was the first State Apothecary (1784) and Governor of Apothecaries Hall (1791)
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On 31 Aug 2018 at 01:21 GMT John Kingman wrote:
Before marking a parent as 'confirmed with DNA,' please ensure that the necessary DNA test matching information is included in the profile for at least two testers, including where the DNA tests were matched, the amount of shared DNA, and the estimated relationships. Also include the MRCA and how the testers relate to each other.
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John Kingman, a Coordinator with the DNA Project