John Perkins Sr.

John Perkins Sr. (bef. 1583 - bef. 1654)

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Born before in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, Englandmap
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Died before in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
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Categories: Puritan Great Migration | Hillmorton, Warwickshire | Saint John The Baptist Church, Hillmorton, Warwickshire | Bristol | Lyon, sailed 1 Dec 1630 | Boston, Massachusetts | Ipswich, Massachusetts.

The Puritan Great Migration.
John Perkins Sr. migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).
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Contents

Biography

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John Perkins Sr. migrated from England to British America.
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Birth and Parents

John Perkins Sr., son of Henry Perkins and Elizabeth Sawbridge, was christened on December 23, 1583 at St. John the Baptist Church in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.[1][2][3]

Hillmorton, Warwickshire is a few miles from the parish of Cotesbach, Leicestershire, from where the two sons of the parson, Henry Dillingham, emigrated to New England. Hillmorton is also close to Claybrooke, where parson John Higginson preached before leaving England in 1629 to become Salem’s first minister. It is possible that John Perkins and his family may have come under the influence of one of these two nonconformist parsons and their Puritan views, leading to their emigration from England.[4]

Marriage and Children

John Perkins married Judith Gater on October [8 or] 9, 1608 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire,[1] at St. John the Baptist Church.[5] John and Judith had the following children:[1]

  • John, bpt. Hillmorton 14 Sept 1609,[6] m.Elizabeth ___;
  • Elizabeth, bpt. [25 or] 31 March 1611,[7] m.William Sargent;
  • Mary, bpt. Hillmorton 3 [Sep] Oct 1615,[8] m. Thomas Bradbury;
  • Ann, bpt. Hillmorton 5 Sept 1617;[9] no further record;
  • Thomas, bpt. Hillmorton 28 April 1622,[10] m. Phebe Gould;
  • Jacob, bpt. Hillmorton 12 Sept 1624,[11] m1. Elizabeth ____, m2. Damaris (---) Robinson;
  • Lydia, bap. at First Church, Boston MA on 3 day of 4th mo. 1631/32 (3 Jun 1632).[12]

Immigration and Residence

John Perkins of Hillmorton, Warwickshire is listed as a passenger of the "Lyon", along with: Mrs. Judith Perkins, John Perkins, Elizabeth Perkins, Mary Perkins, Thomas Perkins and Jacob Perkins. The Lyon, William Pierce, Master, departed from Bristol, England December 1, 1630 with 'about twenty passengers and two hundred tons of goods.' This was the same ship that brought the Rev. Roger and Mrs. Mary Williams to America, along with the John Throckmorton and Edmond Once families and William Parke.[13] The passage was stormy and lasted 67 days. They arrived at Nantasket on February 5, 1631 and on the 6th anchored in Boston.[14] Provisions were scarce in the Bay Colony that winter, and the arrival of the Lyon, with its store of provisions was met with great joy. A day of Thanksgiving was proclaimed for the 22nd.[15]

"John Perkins and Judith, his wife" were admitted to the Boston church in early 1631 as members #107 and #108. The Perkins family lived in Boston the first two years in America, and their daughter Lydia was baptized there on 3 Jun 1632. John Sr. was admitted freeman on May 18, 1631.[1] In 1633, the family removed to Ipswich, the colony newly founded by John Winthrop.[16] His house was located near the river, at the entrance to Jeffries Neck on what is now East Street, where he had considerable land granted him.[14]

Property

John Perkins had several grants of land at Ipswich, Massachusetts: "forty acres in 1634, three acres of upland, ten acres of meadow; an island at More's Point (about 30 acres); ten acres where "he hath built a house"; six acres of meadow; six acres of upland in 1635, and forty acres at Chebacco in 1636, and six acres of plowland in 1639."[1][14] The island he owned was then known as "Perkins Island".[17]

Offices and Occupation

John Perkins Sr. was a Deputy of the General Court for Ipswich in 1636[16] and was on the Essex Grand Jury in 1641, 1648 and 1652; he was also on the committee to set the bounds of Roxbury and Dorchester in 1632.[1]

John was excused from ordinary training at the 26 Mar 1650 court as he was “above 60 years of age”.[18]

Signed Petition

John Perkins Sr., along with more than fifty other Ipswich citizens, signed a petition of remonstrance against the departure of John Winthrop Jr. from Ipswich on 21 June 1637 (page 2 of petition):[19]

Petition of the Inhabitants of Ipswich

To our much honored Govr & Counsellors att Boston, these. Our humble duties and respects premised: understanding there is an Intention to call Mr. Winthrop Jun from us & to remitt the Custody of the Castle to him, we could not, out of the entire affection we beare to him & his welfare, but become earnest petitioners to your worships that you would not deprive our Church & Towne of one whose presence is so gratefull & usefull to us. It was for his sake that many of us came to this place & without him we should not have come. His abode with us hath made our abode here much more comfortable then otherwise it would have bene. Mr. Dudley's leaving us hath made us much more desolate & weake than we were, & if we should lose another magistrate it would be too great a grief to us & breach upon us, & not a magistrate only but our Lieutenant Colonell so beloved of our Soldiours & military men that this remote Corner would be left destitute & desolate.…Thus hoping you will please to consider & tender our condition… June 21, 1637… John Perkins…"

Death, Will and Probate

John Perkins died between 28 Mar 1654 (date of will) and 26 Sep 1654 (probate of will).[1] Ipswich vital records has his death as: "Perkins, John, _____, 1654, a. 64 y. P. R. 8."[20][21]

Transcribed will copied from "John Perkins of Ipswich" by G.A. Perkins (original at Essex County MA Probate File #21337:[14][22]

28th of ye first mo called March, 1654. I John Perkins the elder of Ipswich being at this tyme sick and weake in body yet through the mercy and goodness of the Lord retaining my understanding and memory: doe thus dispose of and bequeath my temporall estate as Followeth.

First. I do give and bequeath unto my eldest sonn John Perkins a foale of my young mare being new with foale if it please the Lord she foale it well also I give and bequeath to my sonn John's two sonnes John and Abraham to each of them one of my yearling heyfers:

also I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Perkins one cow and one heyfer also I give & bequeath to his sonn John Perkins one ewe & to be delivered for his use at the next shearing time

also I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Sargent one cow and an heyfer to be to her and her children after her decease as it may please ye Lord they may increase the proffits or increase to be equally devided amongst the sayde children:

also I do give to my daughter Mary Bradbury one cow and one heyfer or a young steere to remain to her and to her children in theyr increase or proffits as it shall please the Lord to bless them and to be equaly devided to ye children:

also I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Lidia Bennitt one cow and one heyfer or steere to be equaly devided to her children in theyr increase or proffits after her decease;

I doe also give unto my grandchilde Thomas Bradbury one ewe to be sett apart for his use at ye next shearing tyme:

also I doe give and bequeath unto my sonn Jacob Perkins my dwelling house together with all the outhowseing and all my landes of one kinde and other together with all improvements thereupon to be his in full possession according to a former covenant after the decease of my wyfe and nott before and so to remaine to him and to his heires forever;

all the rest of my estate of one kinde and other I do wholy leave my deare wife Judith Perkins apointing and ordaining my sade wyfe the sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament Desireing my sayde wife to dispose of the cattell above mentioned according to her discresion as they shall prove steeres or heyfers, also to dispose of some of the increase of the sheep to ye children of my sonn Thomas and of my three daughters at the Discresion of my sayde wife and this I doe ordaine as my Last will and Testament subscribed with my own hand this twenty eight day of ye first month 1654.
John Perkines
Signed in presence of
William Barthlolmew
Thomas Harris
Proved in court held at Ipswich 27 (7) 1654 by the oath of William Bartholomew and Thomas Harris per me Robert Lord, cleric.

An Inventory of the Estate of John Perkins Senior deceased

It. the Dwelling house and barn with
outhousing..........................................................40-00-00
It. Land about the House about eight acres...12-00-00
It. More land unbroake up about fourteen
acres....................................................................21-00-00
It. a parcel of Marsh about six at 40s. per
acre......................................................................12-00-00
It. a parcel of upland and Marsh being much broken
about 20 acres at 20s. p acre............................20-00-00
It. 12 acres of improved land at 50 per acre...24-00-00
It. one mare with a mare foal at.......................25-00-00
It. six milch cowes at..........................................30-00-00
It. four yearling Heyfers & a Steere at.............11-10-00
Item six ewes at 35s..........................................10-10-00
It. 5 ewe lambs at...............................................05-00-00
It. one yearling weather and two weather
lambs...................................................................02-00-00
It. one young Calf...............................................00-15-00
It. one cow at the pasture a sow & 3 piggs,
all..........................................................................08-00-00
It. one feather bed with bed & furniture.........04-00-00
It. Coverlid with other small thinges linen
most.....................................................................02-10-00
It. left in mony at his decease...........................10-00-00
It. a Cart, plows, a harrow with several goods of
lumber as casks tubbs cheares axes hoes
etc. valuable........................................................05-00-00
It. Severall ketles pottes & Dishes in the
Kitchin..................................................................02-00-00
It. his wearing aparell.........................................05-00-00
............................................................................250-05-00

Witnesses & Appraisers
William Bartholomew
John Anable
rcd in the Court held at Ipswich the 26 of the (7) 1054 [1654]. Robert Lord cleric.

Miscellaneous

There is a collection of the Perkins family wills that were registered in England. This has an appendix with pedigrees, including that of the parentage of John's father, Henry Perkins.

The Perkins homestead on 75 Arbor St. in Wenham was sold by the Perkins family to a developer and was unfortunately demolished in May 2011. It was one of the first homes in the town having been originally built in the 17th century and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. To see this sad event go to YouTube.

A beautifully designed Blog has been done about John on Miner Descent which includes his family crest, his signature, images from some of the books that are listed in some of the sources below, and stories about the lives of his children.

For YDNA Haplogroup and related info see Perkins DNA Project Haplogroup 2.

Research Notes

Disputed Children

Two additional children are not shown in the Hillmorton Parish baptismal records or the burial records, and are not shown as children of John and Judith by Robert Charles Anderson in The Great Migration Begins, page 1432, so they have been detached as children of John Perkins and Judith Gater. Please DO NOT reconnect them:

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Anderson, Robert Charles, ‘’The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633. Boston: NEHGS, 1996-2011. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010). Pages 1431-1433.
  2. Hillmorton, Warwickshire Parish Register. Warwickshire County Record Office; Warwick, England; Warwickshire Anglican Registers; Roll: Engl/2/1143; Document Reference: DR 256. Ancestry.com database online: "Warwickshire, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1535-1812." Provo, UT, USA. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
  3. "England, Warwickshire, Parish Registers, 1535-1963," database with images, FamilySearch: 8 Dec 2017, John Perkyns, 23 Dec 1583; from parish registers of the Church of England, database and images, citing Christening, Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England, Warwick County Record Office, England.
  4. Davis, Walter Goodwin, ‘’The Ancestry of Dudley Wildes, 1759-1820, of Topsfield, Massachusetts’’. Accessed online at Hathitrust. Pages 79-90.
  5. Hillmorton Parish Register - Weddings, 1596-1617.
  6. Hillmorton Parish Register - Baptisms, 1608-1611, 15th line, 1609.
  7. Hillmorton Parish Register - Baptisms, 1608-1611, 1st entry, 1611.
  8. Hillmorton Parish Register - Baptisms, 1611-1616, 15th line, 1615.
  9. Hillmorton Parish Register - Baptisms, 1616-1624, 14th line, 1617.
  10. Hillmorton Parish Register - Baptisms, 1616-1624, 4th line, 1622.
  11. Hillmorton Parish Register - Baptisms, 1616-1624, 3rd line, 1624.
  12. "Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988." Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011, Provo, UT, USA. Boston VR transcripts.
  13. Banks, Charles Edward, "The Planters of the Commonwealth: A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times, 1620-1640." Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., Copyright 1930, 2006. Page 92-93: Passengers on the Lyon.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 Perkins, George Augustus, ‘’The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts’’. (Salem, MA: G.A. Perkins, 1889), accessed at Archive.org. Pages 1-7.
  15. "Prince's Annals of New England." Vol. 1, page 341.
  16. 16.0 16.1 Savage, James. ‘’A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those who Came before May, 1962, on the Basis of Farmer's Register’’. Boston MA: Little Brown & Co., 1860. Accessed at Archive.org. Vol.3 p.396.
  17. NEHGR, "Some Notices of the Family Perkins in America." The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1847-. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, NEHGS, 2001-2018). Vol. 10 (Jul 1856) p.213.
  18. Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts. Salem, MA, 1911. Vol. I, p. 187.
  19. Waters, Thomas Franklin, Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Ipswich MA: Ipswich Historical Society, 1905. Accessed online at Archive.org. Vol. I, p. 50; also see The Winthrop Papers: Vol. III, pp. 432-3.
  20. Early Vital Records of Ipswich, Massachusetts, from 1600 to 1850. Online database of MA Vital Records Project. Deaths p.645.
  21. "Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1626-2001," database with images, FamilySearch: 6 Nov 2017, John Perkins, 1654; citing Death, Ipswich, Essex, MA, U.S., town clerk offices, MA; FHL microfilm 777,636.
  22. "Essex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1638-1881." New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014. (From records supplied by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives.) Online access at AmericanAncestrors.org. Original will & inventory, 4 pages. File #21337.

See Also:

  • Crapo, Henry Howland, "Certain Comeoverers." New Bedford, MA: E. Anthony & Sons, 1912. Accessed online at Ancestry.com. Page 543-546. Bio of John Perkins Sr. (unsourced).
  • Davis, Walter Goodwin, Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1996.
  • Ferris, Mary Walton, ‘’Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines: A Memorial Volume Containing the American Ancestry of Rufus R. Dawes’’. Accessed online at HathiTrust. Vol. 1, pp.484-486.
  • 'Find A Grave', database and images: accessed 12 Aug 2018, John Perkins (21 Dec 1583–Mar 1654), Memorial #115817316, citing Old Burying Ground, Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; Maintained by BluMoKitty (contributor 46830270). Unsourced.
  • Hart, Craig, "A Genealogy of the Wives of the American Presidents and Their First Two Generations of Descent." McFarland, Oct 29, 2004. Page 71: John Perkins to Grace Coolidge.
  • Kirk, Marshall K. "A Probable Royal Descent for Thomas Bradbury of Salisbury, Massachusetts." The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 27 (Jan 2007) p.36.
  • Little, George Thomas, "Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine." New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1909.
  • Perkins, Thomas Allen, comp. "Jacob Perkins of Wells, Maine and His Descendants 1583-1936." Haverhill, MA: Record Publishing Company, 1947.
  • Pope, Charles Henry, "The Pioneers of Massachusetts: A Descriptive List Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns, and Churches and Other Contemporaneous Documents." Originally published 1900. Westminster, MD. Reprint by Heritage Books, 2007.
  • Savage, James. ‘’A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those who Came before May, 1962, on the Basis of Farmer's Register’’. Boston MA: Little Brown & Co., 1860. Accessed at Archive.org. Vol.3 p.396.


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    On 7 Nov 2017 at 21:34 GMT Bill Grunwald Sr wrote:

    Perkins-8726 and Perkins-122 appear to represent the same person because: I think these two are dups because the death dates match and I have found birth dates for John that are also abt. 1590 on Ancestry.com.

    On 26 Feb 2017 at 23:56 GMT Peter Roberts wrote:

    Hello Al,

    F316287 is not a valid GEDmatch ID.

    Using autosomal DNA to confirm an ancestral line back to someone born in the late 1500's is an extraordinary claim. Beyond third cousins you must rely on triangulated groups. Otherwise, How do you know for sure that the shared ancestor is not some unknown more recent ancestor ?

    Thank you and sincerely, Peter

    On 26 Feb 2017 at 22:10 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    My DNA Matches Ruddick-29 follow his tree back through Elizabeth Marshall to Doan back to John Doan and Ann Unknown Doane the saame Ann in Question Below

    Comparing Kit T183640 (*Al) and F316287 (Drenda N. Ruddick)

    Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 500 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 250 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 1.0 cM


    Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 1 101,095,454 104,185,498 2.6 597 2 51,660,300 53,522,637 1.4 615 2 105,481,987 107,973,826 2.7 641 2 134,926,605 137,617,489 1.8 583 3 109,215,667 111,986,739 1.5 532 3 118,639,594 121,311,202 1.7 688 3 140,862,630 142,829,743 2.1 528 5 40,704,484 44,482,850 1.5 594 5 97,428,723 103,265,644 3.6 962 6 53,767,071 56,263,017 2.2 576 6 56,739,935 65,832,479 1.7 623 6 144,360,691 147,089,034 1.4 511 6 160,545,968 161,769,779 1.4 517 7 97,471,108 100,642,597 2.3 736 7 135,453,094 137,636,341 3.4 518 8 143,856,183 146,255,887 2.3 509 9 9,094,869 10,332,841 2.7 511 10 3,168,881 6,836,749 11.9 1,533 10 73,208,144 78,595,725 4.3 1,060 11 21,458,642 23,496,228 3.4 547 11 67,166,650 69,393,021 2.4 544 12 17,247,154 19,669,784 2.2 574 12 33,680,102 40,094,126 1.5 796 16 64,695,902 67,634,122 1.2 581 Largest segment = 11.9 cM Total of segments > 1 cM = 63.3 cM 24 matching segments

    667284 SNPs used for this comparison.

    On 26 Feb 2017 at 21:12 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    I also understand that when you match someone

    by DNA it could also be through more than one Common ancestor i am just trying to point out the Obvious that Ann Doane's Father was John Perkins and also the Ann Perkins above may be some ones Grand Child rather than John's Daughter who Married John Doan then John Bryant due to the Birth Date Difference

    On 26 Feb 2017 at 21:02 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    Kay if you go to Perkins Profile Perkins-2041

    there are Gedmatch ID's There also Stuart Haden Gedmatch ID T443415 with default left at seven i match him Comparing Kit T183640 (*Al) and T443415 (*2SonHaden)

    Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 500 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 250 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 7.0 cM


    Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 20 7,612,282 10,257,836 7.2 924 Largest segment = 7.2 cM Total of segments > 7 cM = 7.2 cM 1 matching segments Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.5

    671541 SNPs used for this comparison.

    Comparison took 0.03864 seconds. Ver: Dec 18 2016 12:04:03

    Most Recent Common Ancestor estimated 7.5 Generations

    the Others i Match with default 7 CM lowered 3 or 1

    On 26 Feb 2017 at 20:29 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    Kay i Understand what you are saying about Autosomal DNA Segments Below but that is not always the case one can refer to a CM Chart for Reference if SNP'S are over 700 on any Markers also if you look at the Ann Doan image 1 i have put there on Unknown-213276 that is one of my Perkins Matches from Family Tree DNA Longest Block is 8 for a Tottle of 35 matching segments, FTDNA uses more Quallity Control and id like to Add that Ann Doan later married John Bryant and my Gr Gr Grandmother was Sarah Ann Bryant who married My Gr Gr Grand Father John Kirkland Scott.

    and i just posted another screen shot from a Doan Family Website at MyHerritage.com with a Link. This Site owner is a 23andMe Tester who i Have Contacted to see if they are on Gedmatch

    On 23 Feb 2017 at 06:20 GMT Kay (Johnson) Wilson wrote:

    Please see the discussion on the profile of Ann Unknown-213276 explaining why she is not the daughter of this John Perkins-122. auDNA segments smaller than 7 cM are much more likely to be IBS (identical by state) than IBD (identical by descent) and cannot be used to prove relationships this far back.

    On 22 Feb 2017 at 01:06 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    Comparing Kit T183640 (*Al) and T915878 (Lorraine Osborne)

    Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 500 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 250 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 1.0 cM


    Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 1 67,015,159 68,812,629 2.4 523 1 117,877,170 120,074,249 1.5 518 2 88,890,862 100,683,863 2.3 867 2 134,919,620 137,617,489 1.8 593 2 165,449,640 168,306,797 1.5 606 2 180,063,553 183,398,877 2.1 762 3 120,578,502 123,487,325 1.3 657 5 54,286,926 56,360,131 2.0 509 5 112,011,079 114,307,813 1.6 549 6 34,226,564 36,415,148 2.0 521 7 50,903,678 52,917,966 2.0 538 7 116,099,336 121,004,709 2.2 650 7 135,491,001 137,671,538 3.5 513 8 49,708,138 53,466,438 2.8 614 8 90,951,107 94,744,788 2.5 631 10 19,590,162 21,476,228 1.4 682 10 22,324,884 24,645,009 2.2 515 10 116,094,505 118,534,630 3.2 617 11 66,250,401 69,311,550 2.6 692 12 39,806,225 42,254,764 1.7 629 13 46,690,382 49,154,441 1.3 575 16 64,439,028 66,570,350 1.2 528 Largest segment = 3.5 cM Total of segments > 1 cM = 45.1 cM 22 matching segments

    672970 SNPs used for this comparison.

    Comparison took 0.12654 seconds. Ver: Dec 18 2016 12:04:03

    On 22 Feb 2017 at 01:02 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    Comparing Kit T183640 (*Al) and A124004 (*Gogranniego)

    Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 500 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 250 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 1.0 cM


    Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 1 169,182,825 173,629,359 3.0 1,049 2 129,030,699 132,554,586 4.6 567 2 134,926,605 137,617,489 1.8 575 3 82,648,702 87,674,320 1.4 680 4 66,505,324 73,859,635 5.4 1,292 5 97,457,937 101,578,098 2.3 610 7 83,639,588 87,432,124 1.8 798 8 17,315,507 18,504,346 2.5 670 8 48,484,555 53,822,707 3.7 765 8 116,350,705 118,899,217 2.1 501 9 30,084,419 33,398,019 2.7 703 9 104,991,801 107,247,018 2.0 655 10 26,087,669 28,646,908 2.8 637 12 46,477,252 48,797,044 1.5 529 13 69,888,462 72,494,618 4.2 692 13 94,371,726 96,362,209 2.1 822 14 35,323,827 37,904,258 2.9 574 16 64,695,902 68,079,689 1.4 634 17 58,247,217 61,105,175 2.4 526 20 21,800,049 24,313,714 2.3 682 22 28,594,274 31,188,484 2.4 589 Largest segment = 5.4 cM Total of segments > 1 cM = 55.2 cM 21 matching segments

    653303 SNPs used for this comparison.

    Comparison took 0.02875 seconds. Ver: Dec 18 2016 12:04:03

    On 22 Feb 2017 at 01:01 GMT Al Scott wrote:

    Is Birth date above Baptism date he appears to be the same John Perkins located at this link

    https://www.geni.com/people/John-Perkins-I/6000000001030650678?through=6000000003255996150 i also believe his daughter Ann Perkins connected above is the Wrong Ann Perkins i Feel it should be Ann Doanne Profile Unknown-213276 this Ann Doane is one of my ancestors and i not only have a Perkins Family Finder Match at Family Tree DNA but My Gedmatch ID also matches DNA Testers on Perkins-5664 Further supporting these Relationships and connections between these Profiles see below Comparing Kit T183640 (*Al) and M201420 (Janet Foster)

    Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 500 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 250 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 1.0 cM


    Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 1 185,680,258 188,603,821 2.1 509 2 117,021,371 119,599,801 1.5 558 2 188,200,108 191,663,097 1.9 603 3 87,873,423 99,266,865 1.6 875 4 40,122,767 42,421,470 4.3 548 4 70,553,301 73,123,953 2.1 544 6 25,695,815 29,941,012 1.1 2,352 6 109,617,665 112,712,816 2.8 655 7 96,879,266 99,365,913 2.5 528 8 8,730,796 10,327,724 1.7 599 9 31,861,335 34,557,200 2.4 594 11 56,758,687 59,602,405 1.0 592 12 20,686,459 21,625,519 1.6 576 12 98,507,003 101,812,664 3.5 834 13 50,995,960 56,483,557 1.4 1,011 14 35,519,175 38,446,110 2.9 638 14 70,820,873 73,236,854 2.9 621 15 55,558,679 57,294,971 4.4 646 16 64,965,532 67,899,282 1.1 525 17 59,031,585 61,970,369 2.8 608 17 64,413,125 66,605,087 3.7 563 19 40,739,214 43,818,574 1.9 600 20 46,346,142 48,423,018 2.6 602 22 28,151,479 30,884,860 2.2 566 Largest segment = 4.4 cM Total of segments > 1 cM = 56.0 cM 24 matching segments

    659818 SNPs used for this comparison.

    Comparison took 0.05473 seconds. Ver: Dec 18 2016 12:04:03

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