DNA

My mom, my son, and I , had our autosomal DNA done at "23andME", and my Dad has his Y and autosomal DNA done at Family Tree DNA. I also have mine uploaded to FTDNA. Coming soon: husband's Proctor/Fry  autosomal DNA results. This is what we have so far:

Haplogroups:
Davis Y DNA: R1b1a2 {Western European}
Long Y DNA: I1 {Northern European}
Powers Y DNA : R1b1a2
Wilcox Y DNA: R1b1
Reeves: R1b1b2
Haynes Y DNA:R1b1b2a
Proctor- R1b1b2a1a1
Mom’s mtDNA : U2e1a {European}- Rivers, Simms, Johnson, Huston
Cousin match to Polly Cornett, mtDNA: T1a1

Genetic cousins that Mom has verified DNA matches with
 Paternal:
Wilburn Long and Merttie Powers- 1st cousin
Wilburn D. Long and Martha Jane Haynes- 3rd cousin
Robert Haynes and Susan Phipps- Mom’s  2nd cousin 2 x removed
Robert Haynes and Susan Phipps- Mom’s 3rd cousin 1 x removed
Robert Haynes and Susan Phipps- Mom’s 3rd cousin 1x removed
Samuel Long and Polly Cornett- 4th c, 1 x r
Samuel Long and Polly Cornutt and Samuel Phipps and Betty Reeves- Mom’s 4th cousin 1 X removed
Samuel Long and Polly Cornett and Samuel Phipps and Betty Reeves- Mom’s 5th cousin 1 x removed
Samuel Long and Polly Cornett and Samuel Phipps and Betty Reeves – Mom’s 5th cousin 2 x removed
William Hill and Susannah Smithers- Mom’s 5th cousin 2 x removed
Joel Halbert and Elizabeth Jones- mom's 5th cousin 2 x removed
Reuben Day and Martha Prunty- 5th cousin
John Robert Frisby and Sally Day - 4th c 1x removed, 4th cousin
Robert E. Frisby and Elizabeth Grayson- 3rd cousin, 1 x removed, 3rd cousin, 3rd cousin
Jeremiah Powers and Leah McCarty- two 4th cousin and 3rd cousin, 1 x R
Jesse and Mary Jackson- 6th cousin, 1 X removed
Maternal:
Joseph Rivers and Etta Mae Simms- 1st cousin 1 r
Joseph Butler and Emily Sullivan Rivers-2nd cousin, 2xr
George W. Simms and Jane Johnson- 3rd cousin
John Freeman and Hannah Thornton {Quakers}- 6th c, 1 x removed
Cornelius Short and unk Echolas- 6th cousin, 2 x removed
James Campbell- 4th cousin
William Sullivan and Barbary Wooley- 4th cousin, 1 x removed, 4th cousin 1 x r
Francis and Elizabeth Settle- 9th cousin
Alexander and Mary Ann Johnson Huston- 5th c, 1 x r and 4th c, 3 x r

Genetic Cousins I have verified matches with:
Maternal:
1.all of Robert Haynes and Susan Phipps above- 3rd- 4th cousins 
2. Ruben Day and Martha Prunty- 6th cousin 
3. John Freeman and Hannah Thornton- Quakers- 7th cousin 
4.Robert E. Frisby and Elizabeth Grayson- 4th cousin, 3rd c, 1 x r
5. Jeremiah Powers and Leah McCarty- two sisters, 4th cousin, 1 x removed, and 3rd c, 2 x R
6. Jesse and Mary Jackson- 6th cousin, 2 x removed
7..William Sullivan and Barbary Wooley- 4th c, 2 x removed, 5th cousin
8. Francis and Elizabeth Settle- 9th cousin, 1 x r, 
9.John and Mary Strother Settle- 9th cousin
10. Samuel Long and Polly Cornett- 4th c, 2 x r
11. Joseph Butler and Emily Sullivan Rivers- 3rd cousin, 1 x r
12. Philemon Phillips and wife- 6th c, 1 xr
Paternal:
1.Abel Wilcockson and Martha Smith- 6th c,1 x r
2.Seneca Wilcox and Nancy Christison- 3rd c, 2 x r
3.John Christison and Margaret Hamilton- 6th c
4.John Owen Jr. and Abigail Cullom
5. Edward Chaney and Sarah Jackson- 4th c, 1 x r
6. Daniel Horney and Margaret Calloway- 4th c, 1 x r 
7.Jeffery Horney and Deborah Baynard- 6th c
8.Perez Chipman and Margaret Manlove- 6th cousin
9. John Beals and Mary Clayton- Quakers- 9th c
10.Edward Griswold and Margaret Hicks- 10th c, 2 x r
11. William and Bethia Kelsey-8th c, 7th c
12. John Kelsey and Hannah Disborough- 8th c
13. John Hull and Abigail Kelsey- 8th c

Dad's matches at FTDNA:
Paternal:
1. Unknown Davis- ancestor is Phanuel Davis and dad's is Nathaniel Davis.
2. Nathaniel and Margaret Murley Davis- 4th cousin
3. Charles and Sally Davis- 3rd cousin, 1 x r
4. Ebenezer Wilcox and Thankful Stevens- 4th cousin
5.Joseph Wilcox and Hannah Kelsey- 6th cousin, 1 x r
6. John Owen and Abigail Cullom- 4th and 5th cousin
7.John Owen Sr. and Elizabeth Wynn- 6th c, 1 x r
8. Robert Owen and Mary Haddock- 6th c, 2 x r
9. Francis Cullom and Susannah Northcraft- 5th cousin
10. Edward Northcraft and Elizabeth Fryer- 6th c
11. Richard Hubbell and Elizabeth Gaylord-7th cousin
12. Thomas Cruttenden and Abigail Hull- 6th c 1 x r
13. William and Bethia Kelsey- 8th c, 2x r, 7th c
14. John Kelsey and Hannah Disborough-7th c
15.John Hull and Abigail Kelsey- 7th c
16. Abraham and Barbara Estes- 7th c
Maternal:
1. Alexander Underwood and Jane Harris- Quakers- two 7th c, 1 x r
2.Daniel Horney and Margaret Calloway- 4th c, 1x r
3. William Horney and Hannah Chipman- two 5th cousins
4.John Bowater- Quaker- 9th cousin





Genetic Cousins of Michael:
Maternal:
1.Jeremiah Powers and Leah McCarty- 4th c, 2 x R
2.Robert Frisby and Elizabeth Grayson- 4th c, 1 x R
3.John Christison and Margaret Hamilton- 6th c, 1x R
4.Reuben Day and Martha Prunty-6th c, 1 x R
5.William Sullivan and Barbary Wooley- 4th c, 3x R
6.Robert Haynes and Susan Phipps- two 3rd c, 2 x R and  3rd c, 3 x R
7. Seneca Wilcox and Nancy Christison- 4th c, 1 x r
8. John Owen and Abigail Cullom- 5th c, 2 x r
9. Edward Chaney and Sarah Jackson- 4th c, 2 x r
10. Daniel Horney and Margaret Calloway- 4th c, 2 x r
11. Samuel Long and Polly Cornett- 4th c, 3 x r
12. Joseph Butler and Emily Sullivan Rivers- 3rd cousin
Paternal:
1. James Cook and Milla Reynolds Proctor- 3rd c, 2 x r
2. James Proctor and Mary Brenneman- 5th c, 1 x r
3. Joseph Carson and Mary Evans- 4th c, 1 x r
4. William Lawrence and Sarah- 4th c, 1 x r
5.Tartulas Lawrence and Ruthy Carson- 5th c, 1 x r
6. Samuel VanHook- 5th c, 1 x r
7. Samuel Fry and Anna Christina Rank- 
8. John Michael Rank and Christina Heger- 5th c, 1 x r
9. Henry Skiles and Catherine-7th c, 3 x r
10. Oliver Rolland Fry and Pearl Chadwick- 2nd c, 1 x r
11. Daniel and Pheby Rider Eggers- 4th c, 3x r
12. Joseph Morphew and Betty Chadwick- 4th c, 3 x r
13. Vincent and Anna Barbara Kiesel Stauffer- 6th c, 2 x r


My Maternal matches to another Country:

1.  A man born in Canada with Scottish/English ancestry, share this with our Powers cousin, so it is Powers/McCarty ancestry. English ancestors were from Lancashire, England, and Scottish ancestors from Isle of  Lewis, Scotland.
2. A 93 year old man and his daughter. The man born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, but lives Canada, all his ancestors from Aberdeenshire, could be Johnston or Forbes.
3. A woman born in Denmark, 5th-D cousin

 My Paternal genetic matches to another Country:


  1. two sisters and their 91 year old Aunt, born Germany, live in Germany- their German ancestry is Germany/ Denmark border region and Northern East Prussia, bordering Lithuania {became Russia in 1945}
  2. A woman,  her daughter, and her grandson, the woman born in Ireland. Her ancestry is Northern Ireland, Antrim and Londonderry.
  3. An Irish woman- lives Ireland- ancestors from Ballymoney, Antrim, Ireland.
  4. A man born in Norway, lives Norway, has Danish, Finnish, Swedish, German, Netherlands and Norway ancestors.
  5. A Danish woman born and lives in Denmark, may has some German ancestry.
  6. A Danish Man born and lives Denmark, ancestry Denmark.
  7. A Russian Man with 100% Russian ancestry for hundreds of years he says
  8. A 98 year old Russian woman
  9. A Russian woman
  10. A Spanish man- has 11 generations in Spain, no idea how he's related.
Michael's matches to another country:
1.  A man born in Canada with Scottish/English ancestry, share this with our Powers cousin, so it is Powers/McCarty ancestry. English ancestors were from Lancashire, England, and Scottish ancestors from Isle of  Lewis, Scotland.
2. A man born in the Netherlands, matches on Michael's paternal side, and matches in same area with another man that Michael shares Samuel VanHook as an ancestor, so VanHook or his Netherland ancestors.

Mom’s results from Mr. McDonald analyzing her raw DNA:
Results from Mr. McDonald: 
Most likely fit is 94.0% (+- 7.3%)
Europe (all Western Europe) 
and 6.0% (+- 7.3%)
Europe (various subcontinents) 
which is 100% total
Europe. 
Each line above is a pair that possibly matches you. All are averaging out, 
which is what counts,
England, with a somewhat southeast bias (i.e. 
some input from points south and/or east on the Continent. {my words: most likely fit:
France, Netherlands and Germany} 

The following are possible population sets and their fractions, 
most likely at the top 
Spain= 0.198 English= 0.802 
Spain= 0.391 Irish= 0.609 
English= 0.918 Sardinia= 0.082 
Irish= 0.814 Sardinia= 0.186 
Basque= 0.108 English= 0.892 
French= 0.429 English= 0.571 
English= 0.840 Italian= 0.160 
French= 0.698 Irish= 0.302 
English= 0.885 Tuscan= 0.115

From Dodecad Oracle: 
DodecadOracle(c(10.3,53,25.3,0­­.4,6.7,0.6,0.3,0.0,0.3,2.0,0.­7­,0.2)) 
[1,] "CEU" "2.0199" {Irish/British,some German and Scandinavian} 
[2,] "N._European" "3.043" 
[3,] "Orcadian" "3.8301" 
[4,] "Orkney_1KG" "4.0534" 
[5,] "Argyll_1KG" "4.1146" 
[6,] "German_D" "7.4223" 
[7,] "Mixed_Germanic_D" "9.6125" 
[8,] "Dutch_D" "10.4957" 
[9,] "French" "10.7893" 
[10,] "French_D" "10.9804"




My results from McDonald:




Most likely fit is 88.3% (+-  9.9%) Europe (all Western Europe)
and 11.7% (+-  9.9%) Europe (various subcontinents)
which is 100% total Europe

The following are possible population sets and their fractions,
most likely at the top
English= 0.885 Lithuani= 0.115 or
English= 0.839  Belorus= 0.161 or
English= 0.921  Russian= 0.079 or
English= 0.919  Finland= 0.081 or
 French= 0.673 Lithuani= 0.327 or
 Irish= 0.254  English= 0.746 or
English= 0.773  Hungary= 0.227 or
English= 0.974  Chuvash= 0.026 or
 French= 0.337    Irish= 0.663 or
 Irish= 0.843   Tuscan= 0.157

which is saying it is mostly British, but with quite a bit of something
from the Continent ... but it can’t tell exactly what.

 Janeen's  DodecadOracle(c(11.5, 53.8, 22.7, 0, 8.2, 0.7, 0.3, 0.2, 0, 2, 0.7, 0),k=30)

[1,] "N._European" "1.0817" 
[2,] "Argyll_1KG" "2.7423" 
[3,] "CEU" "3.4249" 
[4,] "Orcadian" "3.891" 
[5,] "German_D" "5.8822" 
[6,] "Dutch_D" "9.5263" 
[7,] "Danish  "13.8253"
[8,] "French_D" "14.1124"
[9,] "British_D" "14.7221"
[10,] "Swedish_D" "14.8057"
[11,] "Irish_D" "16.9272"
[12,] "Norwegian_D" "17.1207"
[13,] "Slovenian" "17.771" 
[14,] "Hungarians" "22.644" 
[15,] "Ukranians_Y" "25.5658"
[16,] "French_Basque" "26.476" 
[17,] "Portuguese_D" "27.4337"
[18,] "Mordovians_Y" "28.7301"
[19,] "N_Italian_D" "30.8739"
[20,] "Spanish_D" "31.0266"
[21,] "Balkans_D" "32.3037"
[22,] "Finnish_D" "34.208" 
[23,] "North_Italian" "35.1712"
[24,] "Bulgarian_D" "35.8661"
[25,] "Romanians_14" "36.122" 
[26,] "Polish_D" "38.8433"
[27,] "Tuscan" "39.5373"
[28,] "Ashkenazi_D" "42.3674"
[29,] "Sardinian" "42.4066"
[30,] "C_Italian_D" "43.126"  


Janeen's "23 and me" New Ancestry Composition in Speculative mode:

 European
North:
57.8% British/Irish
15.1 % French/German
2.9% Scandinavian
21.8 % Broadly Northern European
Eastern:
0.4% Eastern
0.1% Ashkenazi
1.9 %  Broadly Europe
0.1% West Africa

Mom's "23 and me" New Ancestry Composition in Speculative mode:

99.8% European
North:
62.5% British/Irish
5.2% Scandinavian
1.5% French/German
27.2% Broadly Northern European
Southern:
0.3% Italian
1.8% Broardly Southern Europe
0.1% Ashkenazi
1.3% Broadly Europe
East Asian and Native American:
0.2% East Asia/NA
0.1% Native American
<0.1% unassigned

Michael's "23andme" Ancestry Composition in Speculative mode:
99.5% European
0.5% East Asian/NA
North:
48.2% British/Irish
18.6% French/German
6.6 % Scandinavian
23.8% Broadly Northern European
Southern:
0.2% Sardinian
0.2% Italian
0.1% Iberian {Spain/Portugal}
0.4 % Broadly Southern Europe
0.2% Ashkenazi
1.1% Broadly Europe



Janeen's EUtest Oracle-x Population Fitting @ GEDMATCH.com

Best Population Fit {PCT. option 1}
1. Scottish 77.16%
2. English 13.03%
3. Denmark 4.02%
4. Georgia 2.98%
5. Lezgin 2.76%
6. Ireland 0.03%
7. Norway 0.01%
8. West and Central German-0.1%

Dad's MYORGINS at FTDNA:
51% British Isles
25% Eastern Europe
14% West and Central Europe
7% South Europe
4% Finland and North Siberia

Janeen's MYORGINS at FTDNA:
39% British Isles
28%  Scandinavian
20% West and Central Europe
9% South Europe
4% East Europe