Project Members Barnett 1 Y

 

Analysis of DYS Results

 


You might wish to visit our project “public” site on the FTDNA website at

http://www.familytreedna.com/public/barnett/default.aspx

On that site there is a link to FTDNA’s Frequently Asked Questions. Also, on that site there are two choices to view the Y-DNA Results Charts:

1) Classic Chart

2) Colorized Chart-This chart offers some analysis the first does not. For each Group it gives a DYS Results Minimum, Maximum and Modal Value.

Both charts offer a drop down box to view results for 12, 25, 37, 67 and the new 111 marker tests. Everyone in our project has taken the 12 marker test, so everyone is included in that chart analysis. If a project member has not taken an advanced upgraded test they will not be represented in the more advanced 25, 37, 67, 111 test analysis charts.

Individual participants may view the TIP (Time Predictor Tool) on their personal page. They public does not have access to this tool.

Below there is a summary of each participant’s ancestral lineage. To view a more complete lineage:

1) Use the search box on left side of this page: search for names, kit numbers, etc,  OR:

2) Click in Category box on left of this page and look for his Kit Number

Barnett 1-Haplogroup: R1b1a2

Members of this group are:

(Kit 9386) John Barnett (1689-1756 Goochland,VA) (Wife Katherine Farrar). After John Barnett died in 1756 his children moved to different areas such as Granville County, NC and other places. The ancestor of this participant went to Surry then Rutherford counties in NC, then, to Spartanburg Co, SC where he served in the Spartanburg Militia during the American Revolution.

Contact: Mic Barnette mic@micbarnette.com

(Kit 10391) John Barnett (Born 01/02/1792-Died 01-13-1861) Lived Greenville County, SC. His children and possibly he lived in Madison County, NC. His wife was Nancy.

Contact: Jack Barnett jackrbarnett@charter.net

(Kit 10518) Nathan Barnett Sr (Born New Kent Co, Va 1729- died Greene County, GA 1804) He was a Revolutionary War Soldier in Georgia.Note: This is President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s Barnett ancestor

Contact: Keith Barnett KDBarnett@aol.com

(Kit 15986) David Barnett of Person County, NC and Greenville Co, SC

Contact: Diane surtees@localline.com

(Kit 16597) John Barnett born 1792 and died 1861, married Nancy born 1794. Their son, William was born 1813 Greenville County, SC and died 1866 Madison County, NC.

Contact G Barnett gsbpt@comcast.net

(Kit 16642) John Barnett born 1848 Greenville, South Carolina. Lived Benton Co, AR and Talequah, Oklahoma

Contact: ME Barnett joymar2@comcast.net

(Kit 25045) John Barnett (1689-1756 Goochland,VA) (Wife Katherine Farrar). After John Barnett died in 1756 his children moved different areas such as Granville County, NC and the ancestor of Participant 0001 going to Surry then Rutherford counties in NC then to Spartanburg Co, SC by the time of the Revolution.                                                                                                                                                              Contact: L Barnett leon106@cox.net

(Kit 28268) John Barnett (1689-1756 of Goochland,VA) (Wife Katherine Farrar). After John Barnett died in 1756 the ancestor of this participant moved to Surry, then Rutherford county in North Carolina and finally to Spartanburg District, South Carolina by the time of the Revolution.                                                                                                                       Contact:  J Craft tombstone07@suddenlink.net

(Kit 38284) John Barnett 1689-1756. John Barnett (1689-1756 Goochland,VA) (Wife Katherine Farrar). After John Barnett died in 1756 the next ancestral generation of this participant moved to Surry, then Rutherford County in North Carolina and finally to Spartanburg, South Carolina ni time to participate in the Revolutionary War.

Contact:  C Barnett clyde@aeneas.net

(Kit 84059) David Barnett was born in Kentucky in 1804. In 1830 he married Nancy Catherine Conner in Howard County, Missouri. He died in Johnson County Missouri in 1877.

Contact:D Barnett dave2nancy@comcast.net

(Kit 89098) Epaphroditis (Epp) Barnett was born in South Carolina in 1826 and died in 1896 in Walton County, Georgia. Members of this family moved to Texas and other states.

Contact: jaxtin@aol.com

(Kit 89188) This participant is descended from John Barnett 1689-1756 and wife Katherine Farrar through their son, William Barnett 1730-1805 who married Hannah Fenton.

Contact: G. Barnett glbcaddy@sbcglobal.net

 

(Kit 104767) The earliest ancestor of this participant was John Barnett and wife Katherine Farrar. From Spartanburg, South Carolina younger generations moved to Coosa County, Alabama.

Contact: G Dillard gdill916@aol.com

 

(Kit 157005) This participant is the brother of Kit 9386. They descend from John Barnett born 1689 Virginia and died 1756 Goochland County, Virginia and wife Katherine Farrar.

Contact: Mic Barnette mic@micbarnette.com

(Kit 172073) Ancestral Information not available.

Contact: R Barnett  renekbarnett@gmail.com

(Kit 192112) This Barnard family descends from Samuel Barnard who was born in Have in Antigua and died after 1838. He was manager of Green Castle Estate

Contact: M Barnard martin.barnard@svgair.com

(Kit 195509) Descends from John Barnett and Katherine Farrar

Contact: J Barnett joebarnett@windstream.net

(Kit 203245) This participant is descended from Valda V. Barnett who was born in SC 1822 and died in the Civil War in 1862. It is thought he is a son of Jeremiah Barnett who was a son of Jo Royal  and Agnes Glenn of Spartanburg, SC and ultimately from John Barnett and Katherine Farrar of Goochland County, VA


Contact: M Barnett       melbar@stanford.edu

(Kit N28872) No Ancestral information Available

Contact: R Barnard   rbarnard@verizon.net

 

(Kit N3242) James Pinckney Barnett was likely born in Georgia but may have been born in South Carolina in 1844. He died in Forsyth County, Georgia in 1917 where he lived most of his life. His parents were likely both born in South Carolina. He served in the Civil War from Georgia in the Confederacy and was a POW at the Union Prison at Elmira, New York

Contact: barnrob@gmail.com

(Kit N6071) William Barnett of Albemarle and Amherst Counties Virginia, then to Richmond and Columbia counties in Georgia

Contact:C F Barnett cfbarne@comcast.net

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