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Jones Name Study

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This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about the surname Jones and its variants. The hope is that researchers (like you!) will join our study to help make it a more valuable reference point for people studying their Jones pedigrees. This study is in conjunction with our Jones Y-DNA project, our Jones atDNA (autosomal) project, and our legacy one name (Jones) study website.

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My husband Dustin Jones and I would like to be part of your study
posted by Niki Jones
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Stephen (Steve) Jones. Born and brought up in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. My paternal ancestors have travelled no more than 30 miles in the last 250 years or so living in Overton, Flintshire in Wales and Ellesmere and Shrewsbury in Shropshire. Typical rural folk but working as Painters, Plasterers, Slaters and Tilers on the Jones side of the family with marriages bringing in Welsh genes from Denbighshire too. All reasonably normal but my Y-DNA is J-L26, not very common amongst Joneses or in the UK, so either... a non-parental-event and I'm not really a Jones or my DNA has links much further back to earlier occupiers of the Welsh borders - I'd really like to know either way.

posted by Steve Jones
I'd like to join the Jones project to find connections in Australia
posted by Alison (Jones) Haynes
Looking for James w jones born in Tennessee or Missouri between 1812-1816 married Elizabeth L Meadors in Arkansas about 1840
posted by Pam Jones
Looking for Jones with connections to Hope, Flintshire Wales or Holywell, Flintshire Wales. My mysterious grandmother was Mary Cecily Jones, b. Oct. 13 @1894. She said she was born in Wales, around Mold or Aberveganny or maybe even in Worchestershire, England. She had a brother Joseph David Jones, born Apr 24, 1886 in Holywell, Flintshire, Wales. She emigrated to USA in 1911. On her marrige application in USA she said her father was John Jones and Mother Hannah Cross. Her son, my dad, used to say she used to shave years off her age, had a half sister Beatrice, and that John was a sexton or vicar and was her stepfather. His last name was either Jones or Thompson and she used both last names in her life. There is a John C. Jones in her daily devotional, born Jan. 15 (no year).
posted by KM Bunnell
I would like to join the Jones Project. Obviously my name is Jones and I've traced my line back to the late 1600's in Ayrshire Scotland.
posted by Alan Jones
Id like to join the jones project
posted by Mary Warner
I want to join the Jones research. PVT John Jones was my husband's 6th great grandfather. We're trying to confirm who his father really was. Please help!!!!
posted by Jane Brittain
Hey Amber - if you want to connect with Jones researchers on your question, then my advice is to join the Jones Facebook group and make a post on Hazel Lorene Jones there. There are several active Jones genealogy researchers in the group. Also - provide as much information as you have on her parents and any other Jones relatives, as Jones from Texas and Nebraska is a huge set of possibilities.
posted by Ray Jones
Hazel Lorene jones is my maternal grandmother I’ve never met. Born July 1, 1939. She married a William vandecar in Texas. Her parents from Texas. Last known Nebraska. Help?
I would like to be included in the Jones study, I have been researching them since the 70's. Betty Jones Mattingly. Jones-16427
I would like to be a member of the Jones Study and lean and be able to share what information I have. I have JONES on both my mother and dad's side of the family. Thank you Linda Barnett , Barnett-3517, [email address removed]
posted by [Living Barnett]