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Turner DNA Salmon Group

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Results of the Turner DNA study place this group into "Group 1- Salmon Group" of the study. This group supposedly and possibly originates from a William Turner that came from the American Colonies to escape religious persecution. Branches settled in Eastern Shore & Somerset Maryland. It is possible/suggested this group moved from Maryland and Pennsylvania to Onslow, North Carolina. Branches have been traced settling in Hancock, Georgia ca 1790, what was first known as the Spartanburg, South Carolina area, and Anson, Tryon, and Mecklenburg, North Carolina. - Summary taken from the Turner DNA study [1]


  1. https://www.familytreedna.com/public/turnerdnaproject/default.aspx?section=results

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