As third great grandson of Charles and Maria, his parents are noted are noted as Charles, who married a daughter of Baron Pfeilitzer - who following the tree is the son of James, son of Henry, son of John "of Glangoole", the son of Captain Vere, the son of Henry and daughter of Lady Jane de Vere in Burke's landed genetry on the Hunts of Cummer More.
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 Hicks
In autosomal matches, Lloyd has proven an overwhelming continuity of segments (96% retain the full segment or drop by less than ten percent and their sizes with his father and almost always exceeds the predicted relationship.
The Y paternal relationship and its recentness is also confirmed by a MyHeritage test match between Mary Ann Deariso and Lloyd de Vere Hunt and his father Gerald Aubrey Hunt. Mary Ann connects with the Hunt line at Margaret Ingram Hunt and is 6th cousin twice removed to Gerald and 7th cousin once removed to Lloyd
Give full knowledge of Lloyd's paternal family line, he can attest to no other connection with Georgia and the Hunt-Georgia connection is both well documented with Irish and USA sources
Predicted relationship from MyHeritage: 3rd cousin to distant cousin based on sharing 30.8 cm across 2 segments and 23.7 across 1 The triangulation between Lloyd, Gerald and Mary Ann is chromosome 1 118794218 160265515 rs12126598 rs3789042 23.6 7296.
This is a unique match and therefore avoids the possibility that it could be from a number of other lines and is precluded from the mother's contribution as the upper linkage is with two different mothers, so it comes from John Hunt for sure.
See additional DNA proof up this line at Dr. Bayly Rogers
Chromosome 3 - M323683 1 devere15dad (H656644) 160717070 - 184142647 (22.039 cM) 2 devere15 (H793478) 160667263 - 183953780 (21.659 cM)
some native to Prince George County later mistranscribed as Manduit.
Originally a French expletive Maudit - likely imposed as a result of their religious choices
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I was just looking at the lineage of Duke of Lorraine, Stanislas Leczinski and noticed that you added several of his ancestors with Last Name at Birth "v Dönhoff" or others. Thank you for adding to this important historical person's family! Could you please take a moment to check the Name Fields Spelling Conventions and Name Fields for European Aristocrats to verify that the last names at birth are entered correctly, and please fix them if appropriate. The Aristos guidelines seems to recommend not including the article, and the general spelling conventions state that "At no time should these prefixes be (...) abbreviated." Please feel free to contact me or the European Aristocrats project if you have questions.
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On 9 Jun 2013 at 21:51 GMT Lloyd (Hunt) de Vere Hunt wrote:
Among the families that I am interested in is the de Vere Hunts, the Pfeilitzer v. Francks, the Mauduit-Garveys, the Hawleys and the Newcombes