Project Members Barnett 9-15 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 9-Haplogroup: I2b1


Members of this group are:


(Kit 47990) Information Pending                                                                                                                       Contact: barrjjb@peoplepc.com

 

(Kit N60345) Information Pending

Contact:


Barnett 10 Y               Haplogroup: R1a1a


Members of this group are:

(Kit 61585) This participant’s earliest ancestor, Richard Barnett, was born in Birmingham England in 1750. A grandson, David, and his brother, Alfred, immigrated to the United States in 1848. David settled initially in Wisconsin and later in Towanda Kansas. Alfred, the brother settled in Darby, Connecticut where he worked as a wire puller.

Contact: 4dbarnett@comcast.net

 

(Kit 83178) John Barnett was born 1780 and his son, Jeremiah Barnett, was born in December 1809 in County Cork, Ireland and died 1904 in Potsdam, New York.         Contact: mail@tedbarnett.com

 

(Kit N 26559) John Barnett was born 1780 and his son, Jeremiah Barnett, was born in December 1809 in County Cork, Ireland and died 1904 in Potsdam, New York.

Contact: cabarnett@pobox.com

 

Barnett 11 Y                 Haplogroup: R1a1a


Members of this group are:


(Kit 704025) A great grandson of Leyzor Bandrymer, Yitzcak Bandrymer (1864-1950) brought his family to America from Poland sometime previous to 1920. The surname was changed in America to Barnett

Contact: jeffreyjbarnett@aol.com


kit 137752 Information Pending

Contact:


(Kit 146723) Moshe Bandrymer survived the Holocaust by moving to Russia from Poland. The family now lives in Isreal.

Contact:  J Barnett jeffreyjbarnett@aol.com

 

Barnett 12 Y          Haplogroup I1


Members of this group are:

 

(Kit N58406)   No information available

Contact D W Barnett        barnettdts@gmail.com

 

(Kit 25669) Benjamin Barnett was born in Maryland in 1801. The family believes they connect to Andrew Barnett who was born in 1720 in Baltimore, MD and died in 1812. Family can prove back to Benjamin Barnett who was born 1801 Maryland and died between 1895 and 1899 in Van Buren County, Iowa.

Contact: J Barnett  johnbar8@hotmail.com


Barnett 13 Y        Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1b4


Members of this group are:


(Kit 84284) Information Pending

Contact: bbarnett@dc.rr.com

 

Barnett 14 Y        Haplogroup: R1b1a2


Members of this group are:


Kit 82149 Information Pending

Contact:


Barnett 15 Y     Haplogroup: R1b1a2


Members of this group are:


(Kit 101518) Information pending

Contact: jacombamoon@aol.com

 


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