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|Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 12:31 pm Post subject: New ULSTER HERITAGE DNA chart
|See the new webpages for ULSTER DNA chart:
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"Ulster Heritage DNA" and subhead: DNA TEST RESULTS
5 PAXTANG ELDER "I"=Isles (titled: "ANTRIM ELDER"
(added #75444-Inch Island)
2nd ELDER section titled ELDER CLAN - R1b
10 kits = "R1b" Franklin Co PA
#78241, 12898 , 10277, 10261, 29820, 18545, 10042
3rd ELDER family: MAINE ELDER 3 kits (Ardmore,CoAntrim/Tyne/KY)
1 NIALL "R1b1c7: #12969
1 L'Derry/Glasgow #76740, 37194 (Joseph b1749VA)
RE: Research for STEWART (now at bottom of page)
matching ELDER #50076 (PAXTANG).
The James Stewart Family of the Cowpasture River Valley of Virginia
Jacob L. Stewart, Sr.
According to tradition, James Stewart (Stuart) was born in Ulster, Ireland, about 1719.
He married Mary Ann Lafferty, sister of Ralph Lafferty, in Ireland, probably about 1738....
In 1850 --farm on Stuart's Run of the Cowpasture River in Augusta County (Bath Co VA) near Millboro, Virginia.
John b. ca. 1748.
On March 12, 1770, John Stewart made a bond to marry Margaret Potts
with Moses Potts signing with him.
John STEWART - died in Iredell County, NC after 1732.
Search: STEWART in Ancestry.com
1870 Alexander Co NC
David W Stewart Millers, Alexander, NC abt 1846 North Carolina
David C D Stewart Taylorsville, Alexander, NC abt 1850 North Carolina
William C Stewart Taylorsville, Alexander, NC abt 1861 North Carolina
The following are excerpts from
MY STEWART AND OTHER KIN OF IREDELL COUNTY, N. C.
by Jeanette H. Kelly.
"In Iredell County, North Carolina, there is a high flat ridge
betweenFourth Creek and Morrison Creek just north of Statesville,
William Sharpe's Map of the Old Fourth Creek
Congregation,drawn in 1773, shows several families whose homes were
located on the two creeks along the trail leading from William
Morrison's Mill onThird Creek to Fort Dobbs.
Among these Scotch-Irish Presbyterian families lived John
Stewart, usually identified as John Stewart of Fourth Creek.
S. W. Stevenson included ...story in the History
of Concord Church written around the turn of the century...."
BALLYMONEY, Co ANTRIM - 109 ELDER entries:
+ STEWART (624 entries) - STUART (184 entries)
STEWART in DONEGAL
Nancy Elder Petersen
Vancouver, WA USA
Host, ELDER DNA project
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