Latest News About Chromosome Mapping

2016

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Martin Rules the World
Chromosome # 13
End Location # 94833884

People don't talk about the Martin's that much, but if they ever looked for a Martin while Chromosome Mapping, they would find that Martin's rule the World. Not rule, rule silly. I mean you can find Martins' in many countries, adopting versions of their name to fit the location. The Martins know how to travel and this great gene seems to be a solid baby maker with few mutations. Some famous Martins include Edward Martin, of Exeter, Richard Martin, of Exeter, Nicholas Martin, MP, of Exeter, Baron Nicholas Martin and many more. Do you have a Martin in your tree?

2016

The Famous Neville line found with Chromosome Mapping!
Chromosome # 12
End Location # 21368250

The Neville family (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Neville) 
or House of Neville is well known and closely associated with the Percy's of Northumberland. Some of the Nevilles found in family trees were found through chromosome mapping and include John Neville 3rd Baron de Neville Raby, Ralph Neville 1st Earl of Westmoreland and Eleanor Neville de Percy Countess of Northumberland. A lot of people have Neville's in their tree and don't even know it. The easy fast way to find out if you have this famous ancestor in your DNA is to search for Neville on FamilyTreeDNA.com and view the chromosome browser for the exact same end location numbers shown above, (They must match precisely), then check out your matches tree to see if they have a Neville.  If you do; congratulations, this is a fine and noble blood to have. Stand tall.

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Chromosome Mapping found these famous people by end location numbers. Do you have any of these people in your tree? We would love to have you join us if you do.

Here is a list of surnames found with a pattern of end location numbers found on specific chromosomes. Check out the database to see if you share one of these bloodlines. Below is a partial list of surnames we have mapped out. To see the complete list, go to "Surname-List" in the menu above.

Acton
Andersen
Aston
Belgrave
Berryman
Blount
Bohun (de Bohun)
Boone
Boucher
Bourchier
Boylan
Bradford
Bruce
Butler
Bryan 
Calvert (Lord Baltimore Barony)
Campbell 
Carey
Caudill, Caudle, Caldwell, Cawdor (Sharing same end location number as Day/King David of Scotland)
Cheney (sharing same end location number as Lee)
Clifford
Conyers (Sharing same end location # as Gresham)
Corbett ( Sharing same end location # as Norton Conyers)
Darcy
Day
Dixon
Douglas
Ellis
Everette (aka Everard, Everhard, Eberhard, etc. )
Dutton
Erskine (PLACE HOLDER)
Fitzgerald
Foster
Gage
Gardner
Grant
Gray, search for Gray which includes Grey, the older surname version.
Harding
Herbert
Hicks
Hobart
Holland
Holloway
Hudson
Kennedy
Kennedy:  Earls of Cassilis of Fergus Galloway
Kennedy: Earls of Carrick of Fergus Galloway
Kennedy: Descendant of Fergus Galloway
Kingsbury (Bracebridge, Godiva)
Lee
Lyle (Lyle, Porter  and St. John were found to have the same end location number and originate from the same line.)
Lincoln
Martin
Mason
Massey
May
McDaniel, McDanielle
Monroe
Moon (Moone, Mohun, de Mohun)
Montgomery
Munro
Munday
Myers
Neville
Norton-Conyers
O'Neil, King Niall of the Nine Hostages
Parr
Parsons
Patrick, Fitzpatrick, Kirkpatrick, Kilpatrick
Pearce
Peirce
Pers
Person
Persson
Pierce
Pierson
Plantagenet (Warren, Warenne, Cornwall)
Port, de Port, la Port, Porthaun, Porter (Lyle, Porter and St. John were found to have the same end location number and originate from the same line.)
Pugh (Some Pughs are Tudor descendants)
Rausch (aka Rauscher, Prauscher, Roush)
Salisbury
Shumate
Snow
Spencer
Stafford
St. John (Lyle, Porter and St. John were found to have the same end location number and originate from the same line.)
Stewart
Stuart
Taft
Taylor
Thayer
Tudor (Sharing the same end location number as some Pugh and de Welles)
Van Hooser
Venne / Voyne / Vien
Wallace
Warren, Warenne (Plantagenet)
Welles, aka Wells
West (de la Warre)
West ( Matthew West of Lynn and Newport)
Willoughby
Wingfield (see PLACE HOLDER)
and more coming soon!




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Whose surname would you like to see posted here next?

Chromosome Mapping of Ancient Bloodlines is so new that only a handful of people know how to do it. However they are getting really good at it and we are finding exciting and thrilling information about these ancient bloodlines every day. We would love to have you join us on this journey and be a part of  exciting research into ancient bloodlines of the past. We all carry them and they weave an intricate story of numbers in our dna that we can trace as far as it allows us.

Chromosome Mapping of Ancient Bloodlines (c) 2016 Wanda M Pierce

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