Peter Roberts
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Peter Roberts

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Peter J. Roberts
Born 1950s.
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Bahamas Project
Peter Roberts is part of a Bahamian family.
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DNA Painter 10/10/2017


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Peter J. Roberts is the son of Bert L. Roberts[1][2][3] and Nan Dekle.[4][5] He was born in 1959 at Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau, Bahamas. He was named Peter after his father's mentor Pieter Van Vlaanderen of Ridgewood, New Jersey who was a Winter resident in Nassau. He was given the middle name of James after his maternal grandmother's father Rev. James Miller Rustin of Meigs, Georgia. His godparents were Cambell F. and Helen Taylor of London, Ontario, Canada.

Peter J. Roberts is a retired associate professor and archivist from Georgia State University. He has a B.A. in art history from Emory University and an M.A.T. in museum education from The George Washington University. He has had an interest in genealogy since 1975 and has been exploring genetic genealogy since March 2003. He is the administrator for the Bahamas DNA Project YDNA mtDNA atDNA and three surname DNA projects, namely Roberts, Sasser, and Rustin. He is a past regional coordinator for the Atlanta area for the International Society of Genetic Genealogy. He is a life member of the Clan Donnachaidh Society. In WikiTree he is a leader of the Bahamas Project and very active in the DNA Project. His FamilySearch ID is LDR5-GFX. Fan chart at FamilySearch. Public profile at yourDNAprofile.

Peter is a genetic genealogy consultant and lecturer and does business as WikiHelix. He is also a co-founder and team member of (a non-profit Y-DNA and mtDNA database).

Peter J. Roberts

CC7=2,306 6/22/22, 2,310 6/29/22,


The Relationship Finder shows Charlemagne, Carolingian-77 is the 35th great grandfather of Peter J. Roberts-7085 -><-

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Peter J. Roberts' blogs (mostly about WikiTree and DNA)

Noteworthy G2G Postings

More than one kit in GEDmatch

When is DNA testing too much of a good thing?

What should you do with your full sequence mtDNA results?

Are you using auDNA segments which are less than 7 cM?


mitoYDNA - WikiTree Challenge, May 16, 2023

View Y-DNA and mtDNA via GEDmatch, WikiTree, & mitoYDNA, Sep 9, 2022

Using DNA and WikiTree to Find our Bahamian Ancestral Heritage, May 1st and 2nd, 2015

DNA and WikiTree: Where We are and Where We are Going RootsTech recording of Feb 10th, 2017

How to Make the Most of the DNA Features on WikiTree Recording of Feb 11th, 2017 WikiTree LiveCast

How 23andMe testees can share their ancestral tree in WikiTree 1 min 45 sec, Mar 25, 2020

How to Give Your FTDNA Admin Advanced Access 1 min 45 sec, May 15, 2020

How to view an atDNA Tester's X Chromosome matches in WikiTree 1 min 50 sec, May 15, 2020

Click on a GEDmatch ID in WikiTree and link to GEDmatch's One-to-many matches and then link back to a compact tree in WikiTree 1 min 45 sec, May 23, 2020

Compare the DNA of autosomal DNA Testers in GEDmatch via WikiTree 52 sec, May 23, 2020

Link WikiTree to public chromosome map in DNA Painter and link shared segments back to shared ancestry in WikiTree 1 min 39 sec, May 23, 2020

Click on a mitoYDNA ID in WikiTree and see a Y haplotype and then view that haplotype's associated direct paternal line in WikiTree 1 min 5 sec, May 24, 2020

Compare two or more Y haplotypes in WikiTree via mitoYDNA 50 sec, May 24, 2020

Which Surnames in WikiTree have been Y-DNA tested? 1 min 40 sec, May 24, 2020

Linking to mtDNA HVR differences from the rCRS 1 min 22 sec, May 24, 2020

Compare two or more mitotypes in WikiTree via mitoYDNA 1 min 17 sec, May 24, 2020

Display the ancestors who could have contributed to a testee's X-DNA 2 min 2 sec, May 24, 2020

Use WikiTree fan chart to compare X-DNA

Autosomal DNA Ethnic Admixture and Ancestry

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Major DNA Haplogroups in WikiTree

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Native American mtDNA in WikiTree

Native American mtDNA

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Guide to GEDmatch Ethnic Ancestry

GEDmatch Guide to Ethnic Ancestry



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[ Splitting GEDCOMs

Numbered List of Countries

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Numbered List of Languages

Different Languages used for Profiles

Map of My Known Ancestors within xy Generations


World map showing where my recent ancestors were born and died]

Table of My Known Ancestors within Ten Generations

Known Ancestors within ten generations

Known Ancestors within 2,000 years with errors

Postage Stamps on Profiles

Postage Stamps on Profiles

My Gateway Ancestors to the Global Family Tree

Williams-17627 Ancestry Map -><-

Jones-18880 Ancestry Map -><-

Denmark-271 Ancestry Map -><-

Ancestral Homes

Homes of the ancestors of Peter J. Roberts

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Ancestral Portraits


Bryan Tuke (1490 - 1545) -><-

Interesting Ancestors

Atilla The Hun add

Sir Thomas,11th Earl of Warwick Died in the plague (1369 in Calais, France) -><-

Tailboys-41 Lunatic -><-

Frances - [Gingaskin / Accohannock] Native American [-><-]

Thomas Driggers - African-American slave [-><-]

Matthew Whitfield, Jr. Indentured Servant [-><-]

Henry Greene -><- and Dymoke-2 -><- Executed by beheading

William de Braose -><- Executed by hanging

John Drummond Quaker -><-

Bacon’s Rebellion rebels

Joseph Bridger Bacon’s Rebellion Loyalist -><-

William Wise American Revolution POW -><-

William Rustin War of 1812 veteran -><-

Benjamin W. Rustin American Civil War POW -><-

Magna Carta surety barons

Jamestowne Society Qualifying Ancestors

Edmund Scarborough (1584 - 1635) Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge -><-

Nathaniel Wheatley (1549 - ) Magdalen College, University of Oxford -><-

John Kingsmill (abt 1458 - 1509) New College, University of Oxford -><-

Pict-1 Pictish ancestry

Dunkeld-77 Scottish gateway anscestor

Wessex-28 Saxon gateway ancestor

Maximus-1 Western Roman ancestor -><-

Edward III (1312 - 1377) King of England -><-

Henry III (1207 - 1272) King of England -><-

Royal Mistresses

Sir Richard Venables, Captured at the Battle of Shrewsbury (1403) and was hung, drawn, and quartered -><-

John Harley Knighted at the Battle of Tewkesbury -><-

William, 1st Baron Bonville Yorkist, Executed by beheading following his defeat at the 2nd battle of St. Albans -><-

Lionel, 6th Baron Welles (abt. 1406 - 1461) Lancastrian, Died in the Battle of Towton -><-

Raoul de Beaugency -><- and Aubrey de Vere -><- Fought in First Crusade

Hugues de Vermandois 1057-1102 Died in First Crusade -><-

Alsace-5 -><- and Mowbray-192 -><- Fought in Second Crusade

Raul de Coucy 1134-1191 Died in the Third Crusade -><-

Henri de Brabant 1165-1235 Captured during the Crusade of 1197 -><-

Gerard de Furnival 1175-1218 -><- and Saher de Quincy abt 1165-1219 -><- Died in the Fifth Crusade

Robert d'Artois 1216 - 1250 Died in the Seventh Crusade -><-

Louis IX 1214 - 1270 Led the Seventh and Eighth Crusades -><-

Knights Templar

Saint Louis -><- and Saint Ferdinand -><- Saints

Chaworth fought in Battle of Agincourt -><-

Thomas de Camoys Battle of Agincourt organizer -><-

Battle of Agincourt Wikipedia

Battle of Hastings

William Denmark Fathered children with two sisters at the same time (I descend from both sisters) -><-

Recorded in Domesday Book

Nancy Roundtree North Carolina Tar Heel -><-

Some of My Most Distant Ancestral Lines

65th great-grandfather Vologases I of Parthia born about 25 A.D., whose B.C. ancestry is found in Wikipedia.

57?th great-grandfather Eudos ap Euddolen born about 5 A.D.

56th great-grandfather Feradach Finnfechtnach Fearadhach born about 7 A.D.

Boudica Iceni

My Most Distant Cousins via Relationship Finder

Magnusson-175 31st cousin twice? removed

Pieterse-13 30th cousin, once removed

Beaumont-82 28th cousin once removed

Kotzé-1903 26 cousin twice removed

Østenstad-1 26th cousin twice removed

Palme-11 26th cousin once removed

Pellissier-9 26th cousin once removed

Cuvellier-16 25th cousin

Clarke-11007 25th cousin twice removed

Orozco-108 24th cousin

Kóczy-1 24th cousin once removed

Dominguez-117 24th cousin twice removed \ Coetzee-48 24th cousin

Bourque-573 22nd cousin four times removed

Muñoza-792 21st cousin three times removed

De_Melo_Banha-1 20th cousin five times removed

Canine Genetics

DNA testing of my potcake dog from Nassau, Bahamas

Advance Directive

e.g. Digital Afterlife

In the event of my death I would like all of my private profiles to be managed by a WikiTree member at the discretion of the WikiTree leadership. Help:Advance_Directive

Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 7.8 cM X chromosome match between Jean-Pierre Côté and his 4th cousin twice removed Jocelyn Larouche on GEDmatch. Their most-recent X chromosome common ancestors are Charles Turgeon and Pasquière Lefebvre.


  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a GEDmatch comparison between Peter Roberts and John Rustin, his 1st cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are James Rustin and Tallulah Sasser, the great grandparents of Peter Roberts and grandparents of John Rustin. Predicted relationship from GEDmatch: Est. 2.5 gen. to MRCA, based on sharing 449.9 cM (6.031%) across 24 segments.


  1. Paternal relationship is confirmed by a 37 out of 37 Y-DNA marker match between this Family Tree DNA yDNA test for Peter Roberts and this Family Tree DNA yDNA test of his paternal line cousin Roberts-7266.
  2. Paternal relationship is also confirmed by a 1828.2 cM Family Finder match between Peter Roberts GEDmatch RN449431C1 and his paternal aunt Betty Maxwell GEDmatch T527089.
  3. Paternal relationship is also confirmed by a triangulated group consisting of Peter Roberts GEDmatch RN449431C1, Kris Sjostrom GEDmatch A936004 and Elizabeth Collins GEDmatch T688604 sharing a 10.8 cM segment on chromosome 1 from 163621974 to 173712569.
  4. Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 1417.42 cM Family Finder match between Peter Roberts GEDmatch RN449431C1 and his maternal uncle Dekle-6 GEDmatch T559569.
  5. Maternal relationship is also confirmed by a 49 cM X chromosome match from 2,904,827 to 32,262,167 between Peter Roberts GEDmatch RN449431C1 and his male fifth cousin twice removed Anonymous Turner GEDmatch T685002.

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It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Peter or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Peter Roberts: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup I3c, FTDNA kit #8867, MitoYDNA ID T10542 [compare]
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Hello ,my mother maiden name is Roberts,,I worked on her line ,I'm stuck at Reynold, Randal or Reginald Roberts 1628/ 1676 any help appreciated, love this site btw
posted by Lance Osbourn
Hi Peter! Hope you are doing well!

It's time for our annual Scotland Project check-in!

This year we are hoping to learn what our membership would like to accomplish over the next 12 months. In case you aren't aware, this year is WikiTree's ""Year of Connections"" and the Project's leadership would like to contribute to this in as many ways as possible.

We would appreciate it if you would share your thoughts and ideas with us on how we can accomplish this goal. We would also appreciate it if you would provide some feedback on our existing goals, including:

  • If you have not yet signed up to help on one of the project's teams, which team(s) would you be interested in joining?
  • How often should we provide a Project Newsletter?
  • Have you participated in the Tartan Trail? If not, is this something you'd be interested in doing?
  • Do you have a question(s) that we could add to a Frequently Asked Questions page?
  • Any suggestions or ideas you have on ways to improve the Scotland Project in general

We continue to communicate with our Project members via Google Group (official) and Discord (unofficial), as well as G2G. You may also reach out to any of the Project leaders via WikiTree's internal messaging system at any time.

Thank you for all you do to help the Scotland Project become a knowledge hub for Scottish genealogical research! We wish you all the best in 2022!

Sincerely, Amy Gilpin on behalf of the Scotland Project Leaders

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
Hey Peter! I posted a comment directly on the page for Nicholas Bowles. I thought I'd repost here because it seems you have more activity. I am a descendent of Nicholas Bowles. I was able to find a connection to him from the website It states that Nicholas Bowles Also had a child by his slave Sarah. The baby's name was George and he is my 3rd great grandfather, making Nicholas my 4th Great Grandfather. I would love to contribute as much knowledge as I can about this branch of the family, hope to hear from you soon!
posted by Tatianna Newman
Just as an update, I was able to confirm my DNA with a Scharlene Pekeski on Ancestry. Here and I are 6th cousins Her 4th Great Grandfather Thomas was brother to my 4th great-grandfather, Nicholas. Eager for your reply!
posted by Tatianna Newman
Curious how a living person can be having a DNA connection with
posted by Beryl Meehan
Hello Beryl,

The Y chromosome testee belongs to the same direct paternal line. If the genealogy is accurate then every male on that line will have a similar Y-STR haplotype.

posted by Peter Roberts
Asked the profile mgrs. Since they have no knowledge of his haplogroup, Darlene tells me she has made a change to the error in Matthew's lineage - I assume the link will disappear in a few hours or a day or two...

posted by Beryl Meehan
Hi Peter,

Thank you for your message. That GEDmatch number is indeed wrong - I will correct it now.


posted by Jayne Clifford

It’s time for a Project check-in!

Scotland Project Leaders check in with you at least once a year to see how you are doing. With the changes happening around the world, we understand that life is hectic right now.

What are you planning to work on for the Scotland Project this year? Are you happy with the team(s) you part of, or would you like to make some changes?

This time round, we’re also looking for feedback on the use of Google Group and Discord. Do you use one or both of these? If you don’t use either of them, what is the best way to ensure you receive Project communications? If you would like to join us on Google Group or Discord, let us know in your response.

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
Peter - I noticed your post about a map of ancestors of a gateway ancestors. Just wanted to know if you tried the mapping feature in Ancestor Explorer (formerly known as Ancestor Listmaker). To generate a map of ancestors of a gateway ancestor in Ancestor Explorer, enter the WikiTree ID of the gateway ancestor (eg Keene-9) as the Descendant, click Generate List to generate a list of his ancestors for the desired number of generations, and after the list is generated, click Map List. I don't think there is currently a way to create a link to the map, however.
posted by Chase Ashley
edited by Chase Ashley

As a member of the Scotland Project, we'd love to have you join the Twisted Thistles in the upcoming Connect-a-thon the weekend of July 17 - July 20. If you'd like to join us and help to develop our ever-expanding Scottish tree, please register on the G2G post here and be sure to mention you'd like to be on the Twisted Thistles team for Scotland.

We also have our team Chat page posted here.

Hope to see you there!
Bobbie & Sarah
Twisted Thistles Co-captains
posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
Peter and Nancy are 15th cousins twice removed

Peter Roberts and Nancy (Pumroy) Jackson are both descendants of Robert Warde.

We have 278 common ancestors.

posted by Nancy (Pumroy) Jackson
Hi Peter,

I was listening to your podcast when you said you were investigating Rustons. I adopted the tree of Lott Russon only to find his siblings had been baptised as Ruston and Russon. Most of them are in the Dudley area which is just south of Cheshire. This would be in the 1840's. It seems that Ruston and Russon were interchangeable.

Hello Elizabeth, Thank you for your message. Please let me know if you have a male relative with the Russon surname who would be willing to take a Y-DNA test? That is a simple and relatively inexpensive way to determine if your Russon line and my Rustin line share a Russon/Rustin direct paternal line ancestor.
posted by Peter Roberts
Hi Peter

Yes, I tested with Ancestry, and their is no one named George in my family. I used George as a pseudonym name. You might be interested to know I used George after George III and Henry after Henry VIII. :-)

Why do you ask?

Bettye Holland-3338

posted by Bettye (Holland) Carroll
edited by Bettye (Holland) Carroll
Peter, here's a new member who mentioned the Polhemus name in Nassau:
posted by Karen Lowe
edited by Karen Lowe
There you go again, being a #1 Wikitree Volunteer, Peter. Thank you so much for all your generosity!


posted by [Living Breece]
Hi Peter, My apologies for going directly to you, numerous answers often get me more confused.

Can you interpret this statement for me in terms of Time before Present?

Matches at the SNP I-Y4739 level which is one level higher than I-Y49500

From my perspective, lower is the TAPROOT of a tree, the oldest. Higher is closer to the present time - younger. Thank you for your help, you are so helpful to so many! Barbara

posted by [Living Breece]
Hello Ron,

Thank you for your message. I believe Clan Robertson is also known as Clan Donnachaidh because Donnachaidh is the official name. I have done very little with the Clan Donnachaid page. Over the years I've been in contact (and have had meetings with Tim Duncan) the leader of the Clan Donnachaidh DNA Project. However I've not yet been able to convince him of WikiTree's merits.

One project should be to make sure the Chief's line is in WikiTree along with a succession box on each chief's profile. It would also be informative to know which clan project in WikiTree is the most active and do some of those activities. If there was a Clan Robertson page then I believe it should redirect to Clan Donnachaidh.

Thanks sincerely, Peter

posted by Peter Roberts
Hi Peter

Could you please send me a private message.

Kind Regards

Ron H

posted by Ron Haggart
Hi Peter

I have volunteered to help with the Clans and with a Robertson Grandparent, it is of interest to me and I have been added to the Clan page list which does not show on the Robertson Clan page.

Without a Robertson Clan leader could you please advise how we sort what to do and coordinate etc.

posted by Ron Haggart
Nice to meet you, 2nd great-nephew of wife of husband of 1st cousin 1x removed of husband of 4th cousin 3x removed.

Of course, we're more closely related than that, as we share many common ancestors as detailed on each of our profiles. The connection tool gives the first blood break at a Pratt, and I have many Pratts on my tree, but there is no father given for Pratt-7242. One of my 2nd great-grandmothers was a Roberts (Roberts-20804), but that's such a common name that there may be no connection that way. Greta Moody (below) is also my tenth cousin, but I don't appear to be descended from Gilbert Elam, Jr. My common ancestor with her is John Brown, Jr.

I also wonder if you might be related to Tennessee Senator James Sasser, infamous for pronouncing "deficit" like "daffy."

posted by Scott Hutchins
edited by Scott Hutchins
Hi cousin Peter!

Peter and Greta are 10th cousins. Peter Roberts and Greta Moody are both descendants of Gilbert Elam Sr.

I LOVE your profile! It has a lot of details and information.

posted by Greta Moody
With 5.1cM being the Biggest (Lots of 3.+ CMs and a 4)..GEDCOM has us at 7.7 Generations back. Wiki has us Further.. interesting.
posted by Merriam Langdon

My name is Amy and I am a co-Leader of the Scotland Project. As you may have heard, we have merged the Scottish Clans project into the Scotland Project. I am contacting you today to find out if you are interested in continuing with us under this new format. If you would like to go forward on the Scottish Clans Team, please reply and let me know which clans you have been working on or would like to work on. I look forward to hearing from you.


Amy Gilpin, Scotland Project Co-Leader

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
I'm interested in continuing and going forward with the Scottish Clans Team. I'm interested in working on Clan Donnachaidh (along with anyone else). However I've not been active for quite some time. Thank you.
posted by Peter Roberts
Hi Peter,

Thanks for the DNA confirmation on the profile of I don't understand this part of the DNA statement "change EKA to spouse Ann Bethel." Did something get left in there during the copy paste?


posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
WikiTree’s Relationship Finder defaults to the male. In this situation, the DNA actually is inherited from Ann Bethel (not her husband).
posted by Peter Roberts
You were right my 23andme autosomal test was not fully posted. I also posted my FTDNA Y-DNA test that has changed from R-M269 to R-Z36.
posted by Anonymous Whiting
Thanks Peter. I had already registered on and posted my 23andme results. I have also Y-DNA tests on FTDNA waiting for another German Royal descendant to match against. I know other unrecognised candidates but no one will take a test.
posted by Anonymous Whiting
Dear Peter,

Alexander Du Bois' death record, 1887 MA, indicates he was born in the Bahamas. I put a note to that effect in his biography. Du_Bois-391

Hi Peter,

On behalf of the Connectors Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you are currently contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Michelle ~ Volunteer Coordinator

[[Space:MtDNA_instructions_for_mitoYDNA|mtDNA intructions for mitoYDNA and WikiTree.
posted by Mags Gaulden
Thanks for your comment on Munro-2477. The wrinkle I'm trying to fathom is that multiple sources say the ancestor migrated from Scotland to Troy NY, probably in the 1840's. If she has Amerindian mtDNA she brought it from Scotland. How did it get there?
posted by David Brodeur

You have posted: It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Peter: How do I make this happen on my profile? Where is the edit to such?

posted by John McAnally
Thanks Peter for your interest in John A McAnally. He is my second great grandfather. His mother Nancy Poe, gave birth to him evidently as a single mother in 1819. She subsequently married a Wm McAnally in 1823, the said Wm McAnally took John to raise. My Y-DNA test in 2004 matched only Jacksons of the I haplogroup, and subsequent male descendants of the Wm and Nancy Poe McAnally have proven to be of the R haplogroup.
posted by John McAnally
Thanks for the kind remarks, Peter, regarding the Meet Our Members blog. And a big thank you for all you do too, especially with our Bahamian ancestors and DNA.
Peter, you are correct to point out a problem with Scarpino-5. Most likely, rather than 2 wives of the same Antonio, there is more than one Antonio. I think FS can give me some sources to clarify it. Remembered verbal comments from the family are insufficient to clear it up; 3 of them with whom I was acquainted have passed away.
posted by Tim Prince
Peter there were 2 Francina Thompsons of 2 generations. The older one was Aunt b 1876 of the younger Francina b ~1902 m Charles Underwood of Spanish Wells.


posted by Joy (Lowe) Jossi