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HARRIS DNA—GROUP 20

Compiled by Glenn Gohr

*This is a partial summary. It may take several weeks for any updates to this page after the last update from the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page. This is a time-consuming project.

Last updated April 1, 2014.

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This is an ongoing project seeking to chart out lines of descent that have been DNA tested as shown on the Harris Y-DNA Results Page. Information is based on DNA results, lineage information supplied by kit submitters, Bible records, vital records, legal documents, census records, family histories, internet sources, etc. In some cases the paper trail and/or information found on the web or other sources may be in error. Please view this information as a tool and not as proven fact.

NOTICE: Information presented in these webpages is not to be construed as PROVABLE FACTS. It is up to the user to verify all information that he/she receives. Some information has been provided by kit submitters and their own research. Other information has been added from other sources. Additions and corrections are welcome.

Lineage information in brackets { } lists the Group Number and the DNA Kit Number as found on the Harris Y-DNA Results Page. If you are looking for a specific kit number, click CONTROL and F at the same time. Then do a key word search by kit number or name of earliest-known ancestor. Additional information will be included as more DNA markers are tested and as more participants match up with this grouping.

Three different lines have been submitted for Group 20. So far none of these have been connected.

This group belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. Here are lineage charts (supported by DNA) that fall into Group 20 of the Harris Y-DNA Results. All spouses are not shown—only the ones that are listed as the parent of the generation that follows. For questionable generations, the names are preceded by an asterisk *. This means the connection between the person with an asterisk and the previous generation are unproven.

The modal listing of Group 20 up to 67 markers is listed on the HARRIS Y-DNA RESULTS Page.

In order to better compare matches in Group 20, the modal listing has also been posted on Ysearch with a user ID of K4EGA. To view the modal listing go to the Ysearch user ID page for K4EGA

This modal listing has also been posted at Ancestry.com on its DNA site. For those in Group 20 who have tested (or posted their results for free) with Ancestry.com, you should find a match with Group20Modal and surname Harris.

For an exact match to this group, the submitter must be a male with the HARRIS surname, be from the same haplogroup, and the DNA markers from his kit number should match exactly with these results. In most cases there will be at least one variation in DNA marker values. If the two test kits are from close relatives, then the variation is due to normal mutations of DNA. DNA mutations usually occur every 3 or 4 generations. Some specific markers tested are known to mutate faster than others.

HARRIS DNA GROUP 20 LINEAGE CHARTS


Lineage #1.—DNA Kit #76098—ID #EBC4D. This is for the line of David Harris (ca. 1730-1787) of Shere, Surrey, England.

Also view “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection” for more information on this line.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is EBC4D. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for EBC4D

This family’s migration pattern is: Shere, Surrey, England > Cheam, Surrey, England > Middlesex, England > Isleworth, Middlesex, England.

This is a 37-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with one variant in marker 34. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/76098.html can be found here:

DAVID HARRIS DIED 30 NOV. 1787 SHERE SURREY --MILLER
THOMAS HARRIS BAP.5 SEP.1760 SHERE DIED 15 DEC.1844 SHERE --AGRICULTURAL LABOURER
DANIEL HARRIS BAP. 13 JAN.1799 ABINGER DIED 25 MAY 1872 SHERE--COACHMAN
RICHARD HARRIS BAP1832 SHERE DIED ? BROMBOROUGH CHESHIRE--ENGINE FITTER
JAMES MILLINGTON HARRIS B.31 OCT. 1864 BROMBOROUGH DIED 7 NOV. 1948 BROMBOROUGH--FOREMAN CANDLE PACKER
JAMES HARRIS B 28 JUNE 1890 BROMBOROUGH DIED 31 MAR.1964 EASTHAM CHESHIRE--CANDLE MAKER

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 David <20-#55996-#75976-#76098} Harris b: ABT. 1730 d: NOV 1787
  + Ann __________ b: ABT. 1730 d: JAN 1800
    2 Thomas {20-#76098} Harris b: 1760 c: 5 SEP 1760 d: 15 DEC 1844
      + Elizabeth Butcher b: 1761 d: DEC 1850
        3 Daniel {20-#76098} Harris b: JAN 1799 c: 13 JAN 1799 d: 25 MAY 1872
          + Mary Ann Ansell b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
            4 Richard {20-#76098} Harris b: 1832 d: UNKNOWN
              +  ?
                5 James Millington {20-#76098} Harris b: 31 OCT 1864 d: 7 NOV 1948
                  +  ?
                    6 James {20-#76098} Harris b: 28 JUN 1890 d: 31 MAR 1964
                      +  ?

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/76098.html; “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection”: http://www.gomshallmill.co.uk; Harris History File: http://www.dwgharris.fsnet.co.uk/, accessed 11/4/2006.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #2.—DNA Kit #81389—Ysearch ID #QQYT5. This is for the line of John Harris (ca. 1690-ca. 1770) of London, England.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is QQYT5. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for QQYT5

This family’s migration pattern is: England > London, England.

This is a 37-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with one variant in marker 34. Only the first generation has been reported. The kit submitter has not supplied a lineage. A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 John {20-#81389> Harris b: ABT. 1690 d: ABT. 1770
  + ?
    2 David {20-#81389> Harris  b: ABT. 1727 d: UNKNOWN
      + ?

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/results.html; Ysearch ID: QQYT5; http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/a/r/Caroline-A-Harris/GENE1-0003.html.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #3.—DNA Kit #55996—Ysearch ID #GKR9B. This is for the line of David Harris (ca. 1730-1787) of Shere, Surrey, England.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is GKR9B. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for GKR9B

Also view “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection” for more information on this line.

This family’s migration pattern is: Shere, Surrey, England > Reigate, Surrey, England > Sutton, Surrey, England.

This is a 67-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group with variances in markers 34 and 53. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/55996.html can be found here:

David Harris Owner of Gomshall Watermill, Gomshall, Surrey, UK from 1752 until 1786. Bur. 1787 Shere, Surrey, UK
George Harris Bap. 13 May 1772, Shere, Surrey, UK Occupation: Tailor
David Harris Bap. 22 Jan 1797, Reigate, Surrey, UK
Benjamin Harris born. 23 Jan 1827 Sutton, Surrey, UK Occupation: Corn Dealer
Frederic Harris born. 26 May 1863, Sutton, Surrey, UK
Frederic John Harris born. 6 Jan 1907 , Sutton, Surrey, UK

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 David {20-#55996-#75976-#76098} Harris b: ABT. 1730 d: NOV 1787
  + Ann __________ b: ABT. 1730 d: JAN 1800
    2 George {20-#55996-#75976} Harris b: MAY 1772 d: MAR 1853
      + Mary Peryer b: 1767 d: 1862
        3 David {20-#55996} Harris b: JAN 1797 d: 18 JUL 1858
          + Jane Lisney b: 1806 d: 28 MAY 1882
            4 Benjamin {20-#55996} Harris b: 23 JAN 1827 d: UNKNOWN
              +  ?
                5 Frederic {20-#55996} Harris b: 26 MAY 1863 d: UNKNOWN
                  +  ?

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/55996.html; Ysearch ID GKR9B: http://www.ysearch.org/search_view.asp?uid=GKR9B&viewuid=GKR9B&p=1; “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection”: http://www.gomshallmill.co.uk; Harris History File: http://www.dwgharris.fsnet.co.uk/, accessed 11/4/2006.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #4.—DNA Kit #98986. This is for the line of William Harris (ca. 1782-1836) of Shere, Surrey, England.

Also view “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection” for more information on some of the Harrises from Shere, Surrey, England. No doubt there is a connection between Henry Harris and these other Harrises of Shere, Surrey, since the DNA matches.

This family’s migration pattern is: Shere, Surrey, England > Albury, Surrey, England > Pauatahanui, Wellington, New Zealand > Levin, New Zealand.

This is a 37-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with one variance in marker 33. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/98986.html can be found here:

William Harris Bur 3 Aug 1836 Albury, Surrey, UK. 
    +Sarah Longhurst m. 23 Oct 1808

David Harris bap 8 Oct 1815, Albury, Surrey, UK. Died 26 Aug 1891, Pauatahanui, Wellington, New Zealand. 
    +Caroline Cox m. 18 Sep 1838 Shere, Surrey, UK.

William Harris bap 17 Nov 1839, Shere, Surrey, UK. Died 22 Jun 1928, Pauatahanui, New Zealand. 
    +Jessie Clark m. 17 Jan 1861, Porirua, New Zealand

George Harris born 1862, Pauatahanui, New Zealand. 
    +Sarah Thompson m. 25 Mar 1885, Wellington, New Zealand

George David Saunders Harris born 1 May 1887, Pauatahanui, New Zealand. 
    +Ivy Martin Galloway m. 2 Oct 1910, Wellington, New Zealand

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 William {20-#98986} Harris b: ABT. 1782 d: AUG 1836
  + Sarah Longhurst b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
    2 David {20-#98986} Harris b: OCT 1815 d: 26 AUG 1891
      + Caroline Cox b: ABT. 1820 d: UNKNOWN
        3 William {20-#98986} Harris b: NOV 1839 d: 22 JUN 1928
          + Jessie Clark b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
            4 George {20-#98986} Harris b: 1862 d: UNKNOWN
              + Sarah Thompson b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
                5 George David Saunders {20-#98986} Harris b: 1 MAY 1887 d: 28 MAY 1972
                  + Ivy Martin Galloway b: 1891 d: 20 JAN 1983

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/98986.html; Harris History File: http://www.dwgharris.fsnet.co.uk/, accessed 11/4/2006; Horowhenua District Council Cemetery records: http://www.horowhenua.govt.nz/Online-Services/Cemetery-Search/, accessed 7/16/2010; see also “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection”: http://www.gomshallmill.co.uk.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #5.—DNA Kit #9999—Ysearch ID #2C7MB. This is for the line of Webber Harris (1779-1865) of Virginia and Estill County, Kentucky (Generation #4), a great-grandson of John Harris who married Mary Stanley.

Some have tried to place John Harris who married Mary Stanley as a son of the Robert Harris (ca. 1635-1701) of the Forks who reportedly married Mary Claiborne Rice. Possibly John is the son of another Robert Harris, but probably not Robert Harris of the Forks. More research needs to be done since Robert Harris (ca. 1635-1701) is listed as an ancestor in Group 6.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 2C7MB. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 2C7MB

This family’s migration pattern is: Henrico Co., VA > Hanover Co., VA > Louisa Co., VA > Clermont Co., OH > Estill Co., KY > Isleworth, Middlesex, England.

This kit is a 67-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with variances in markers 30, 32, and 49. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/9999.html can be found here:

William Harris d. 1798 Prince Edward Co., VA
. + Unknown
.... George Harris b. ca 1755
.... Ralph Harris b. ca 1764 d. 1815 Morgan Co., GA
...... + Agness Baldwin
.....Graves Harris b. ca 1760 d. 1826 Morgan Co., GA
...... + Elizabeth Baldwin
......... Samuel F. Harris b. 1805 d. 1867 Columbia Co., AR
........... + Grace Elizabeth Butler
.............. William Thomas Harris b. 1831 Morgan Co., GA d. 1900 Union Co., AR
................ + Mary F. Weathers

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 John <20-#9999-#59896> Harris b: BET. 1662 - 1671 d: ABT. 1745
  + Mary Stanley b: ABT. 1671 d: UNKNOWN
    2 Daniel <20-#9999-#59896> Harris b: ABT. 1705 d: UNKNOWN
      + Mary Hutchins\Hutchings b: ABT. 1710 d: UNKNOWN
        3 Cornelius <20-#9999-#59896> Harris b: 11 NOV 1735 d: 1807
          + Keturah Webber b: ABT. 1740 d: UNKNOWN
            4 Webber <20-#9999> Harris b: 25 MAR 1779 d: 7 MAR 1865
              + Nancy Panley b: ABT. 1780 d: UNKNOWN
                5 Bowles <20-#9999> Harris b: 1 JAN 1808 d: 12 JUN 1890
                  + Harriet J. __________ b: 1818 d: UNKNOWN
                    6 Thomas Jefferson <20-#9999> Harris b: FEB 1838 d: 18 JAN 1887
                      + Lydia A. Warren b: 1845 d: UNKNOWN
                        7 William Bell <20-#9999> Harris b: 9 JAN 1880 d: 23 JUN 1947
                          +  ?

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/9999.html; F. Edward Wright: Quaker Records of Henrico Monthly Meeting and Other Church Records of Henrico, New Kent and Charles City Counties, Virginia (Lewis, DE: Colonial Roots, 2002), p. 16; Mary Marshall Brewer. Quaker Records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Virginia, 1739-1793 (Lewis, DE: Colonial Roots, 2002), p. 3; Pam Stone message on Harris-ColonialVA list, Jan. 8, 2006; Four generations of the family of Strangeman Hutchins and his wife, Elizabeth Cox, as known January 10, 1935 : an old Virginia family along the James River, by marriage joined to other immigrant families of the colony, 1935, p. 3.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #6.—DNA Kit #122420—Ysearch ID #6WCWR. This is for the line of Thomas Harris (1790/1791-18???) of Carmarthenshire, Abergwili, Wales.

The lineage continues through his son, William T. Harris (ca. 1834-1905) who immigrated to Ohio, U.S.A.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 6WCWR. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 6WCWR

The country of origin listed is Wales. This family’s migration pattern is: Carmarthenshire, Abergwili, Wales > Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH > Akron, Summit Co., OH > Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH > San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA.

This is a 67-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with variances in markers 30 and 32. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/122420.html can be found here:

Thomas Harris b. 1790/1791 Carmarthenshire, Abergwili, Wales
William T. Harris b. abt. 1834 Carmarthenshire, Abergwili, Wales d. Jan 1, 1905 Akron, Summit, OH
    +Sarah Ann Jones b. abt. 1835 Glamorgan, Merthyr, Wales d. 1899 Akron, Summit, OH
Daniel Charles Harris b. May 24, 1864 Tallmadge, Summit, OH d. Mar 31, 1924, Euclid, Cuyahoga, OH
    +Anna Elizabeth Henderson b. Oct 24, 1866, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH d. May 2, 1942 Euclid, Cuyahoga, OH
Edwin Charles Harris b. Jul 16, 1896 Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH d. Jun 17, 1951 San Francisco, CA
    +Nellie Anna Cooksley b. Apr 2, 1897 Sacramento, CA d. Aug 23, 1967 Sacramento, CA

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 Thomas {20-#122420} Harris b: BET. 1790 - 1791 d: UNKNOWN
  + ?
    2 William T. {20-#122420} Harris b: ABT. 1834 d: 1 JAN 1905
      + Sarah Ann Jones b: ABT. 1835 d: 1899
        3 Daniel Charles {20-#122420} Harris b: 24 MAY 1864 d: 31 MAR 1924
          + Anna Elizabeth Henderson b: 24 OCT 1866 d: 2 MAY 1942
            4 Edwin Charles {20-#122420} Harris b: 16 JUL 1896 d: 17 JUN 1951
              + Nellie Anna Cooksley b: 2 APR 1897 d: 23 AUG 1967

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/122420.html; Carnie on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=muruk_carnie, accessed 7/26/2010.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #7.—DNA Kit #59896.

This is the line of John Harris (Bet. 1662-1671-ca. 1745) of Henrico Co., Virginia. Some have tried to place this John Harris who married Mary Stanley as a son of the Robert Harris (ca. 1635-1701) of the Forks who reportedly married Mary Claiborne Rice. More research needs to be done since that Robert Harris (ca. 1635-1701) is listed as an ancestor in Group 6. Possibly John is the son of a different Robert Harris, but probably not Robert Harris of the Forks.

This family’s migration pattern is: Henrico Co., VA > Hanover Co., VA > Louisa Co., VA > Madison Co., KY > Estill Co., KY > Richardson Co., NE > Lincoln Co., OK > Payne Co., OK.

This is a 67-marker test that matches the 67-marker modal for Group except for variances in markers 30, 32, 35, and 60. This kit belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/59896.html can be found here:

William Harris d. 1798 Prince Edward Co., VA
. + Unknown
.... George Harris b. ca 1755
.... Ralph Harris b. ca 1764 d. 1815 Morgan Co., GA
...... + Agness Baldwin
.....Graves Harris b. ca 1760 d. 1826 Morgan Co., GA
...... + Elizabeth Baldwin
......... Samuel F. Harris b. 1805 d. 1867 Columbia Co., AR
........... + Grace Elizabeth Butler
.............. William Thomas Harris b. 1831 Morgan Co., GA d. 1900 Union Co., AR
................ + Mary F. Weathers

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 John <20-#9999-#59896> Harris b: BET. 1662 - 1671 d: ABT. 1745
  + Mary Stanley b: ABT. 1671 d: UNKNOWN
    2 Daniel <20-#9999-#59896> Harris b: ABT. 1705 d: UNKNOWN
      + Mary Hutchins\Hutchings b: ABT. 1710 d: UNKNOWN
        3 Cornelius <20-#9999-#59896> Harris b: 11 NOV 1735 d: 1807
          + Keturah Webber b: ABT. 1740 d: UNKNOWN
            4 James Daniel <20-#59896> Harris b: ABT. 1770 d: 1838
              + Jane Vivion b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
                5 Josiah Milton <20-#59896> Harris b: 29 JAN 1818 d: 20 AUG 1883
                  + Sarah J. Tipton b: 17 OCT 1811 d: 30 AUG 1886
                    6 John H. <20-#59896> Harris b: 15 AUG 1836 d: 1 JUN 1916
                      + Margaret Elizabeth Stansberry b: 1 OCT 1841 d: 7 APR 1915
                        7 James Luther <20-#59896> Harris b: ABT. 1874 d: 8 JAN 1908
                          + Sarah __________ ? 

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/59896.html; History of Louisa County, Virginia by Malcolm H. Harris, M.D. (Dietz Press, 1936); F. Edward Wright: Quaker Records of Henrico Monthly Meeting and Other Church Records of Henrico, New Kent and Charles City Counties, Virginia (Lewis, DE: Colonial Roots, 2002), p. 16; Mary Marshall Brewer. Quaker Records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Virginia, 1739-1793 (Lewis, DE: Colonial Roots, 2002), p. 3; The Douglas Register, Being a Detailed Register of Births, Marriages and Deaths...as Kept by the Rev. William Douglas, from 1750 to 1797, edited by William MacFarlane Jones; Four generations of the family of Strangeman Hutchins and his wife, Elizabeth Cox, as known January 10, 1935 : an old Virginia family along the James River, by marriage joined to other immigrant families of the colony, 1935, p. 3; Henrico Co., Virginia marriage records; Estill Co., Kentucky marriage records; Appanoose Co., Iowa marriage records; Records of Clyde Rowland on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2148518, accessed 8/8/2006; Records of Michael D. Brasfield on Rootsweb's WorldConnect site: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brasfield, accessed 8/8/2006.)

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Lineage #8.—DNA Kit #75976—Ysearch ID #97U83. This is for the line of David Harris (ca. 1730-1787) of Shere, Surrey, England.

Also view “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection” for more information on this line.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 97U83. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 97U83

This family’s migration pattern is: Shere, Surrey, England > Cheam, Surrey, England > Middlesex, England > Isleworth, Middlesex, England.

This is a 37-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with variances in markers 23 and 35. The lineage supplied by the DNA Kit submitter at http://www.harrisdna.org/info/75976.html can be found here:

William Harris d. 1798 Prince Edward Co., VA
. + Unknown
.... George Harris b. ca 1755
.... Ralph Harris b. ca 1764 d. 1815 Morgan Co., GA
...... + Agness Baldwin
.....Graves Harris b. ca 1760 d. 1826 Morgan Co., GA
...... + Elizabeth Baldwin
......... Samuel F. Harris b. 1805 d. 1867 Columbia Co., AR
........... + Grace Elizabeth Butler
.............. William Thomas Harris b. 1831 Morgan Co., GA d. 1900 Union Co., AR
................ + Mary F. Weathers

A few more details from other sources are added below:
1 David {20-#55996-#75976-#76098} Harris b: ABT. 1730 d: NOV 1787
  + Ann __________ b: ABT. 1730 d: JAN 1800
    2 George {20-#55996-#75976} Harris b: MAY 1772 d: MAR 1853
      + Mary Peryer b: 1767 d: 1862
        3 Henry {20-#75976} Harris b: 1793 d: 1872
          + Ann Thorns b: 1796 d: 1867
            4 David {20-#75976} Harris b: 1829 d: 3 MAY 1904
              + Sarah Plastine b: 1831 d: 5 APR 1908
                5 Henry {20-#75976} Harris b: 14 SEP 1857 d: 27 MAR 1934
                  + Elizabeth Wiggins b: 1856 d: 9 JUN 1929
                    6 Alfred Edward {20-#75976} Harris b: 26 OCT 1878 d: 2 SEP 1931
                      + Louisa Jane Beauchamp b: 1 JAN 1879 d: 19 JAN 1948
                        7 Walter Edward {20-#75976} Harris b: 11 APR 1906 d: 8 JAN 1987
                          + Constance Nellie Manning b: 21 FEB 1908 d: 17 MAR 1995

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/info/75976.html; “Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection”: http://www.gomshallmill.co.uk; Harris History File: http://www.dwgharris.fsnet.co.uk/, accessed 11/4/2006.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


Lineage #9.—DNA Kit #95563—Ysearch ID #8N8UV. This is for the line of Mangum Jones (ca. 1781-ca. 1860).

The lineage has not been provided.

This Kit’s Ysearch user ID is 8N8UV. Additional information on the paternal line can be found on the Ysearch user ID page for 8N8UV

The country of origin listed is Wales. This family’s migration pattern is: North Carolina > Gilmer Co., Georgia.

This is a 67-marker test that belongs to the R1b1a2 haplogroup. It matches the 67-marker modal for Group 20 with variances in markers 21, 30, 32, 35, 40, 58, and 60. Since the family name is not Harris and there are so many variants, if there is a connection to others in Group 20, it cannot be very recent in time. The kit submitter has not supplied a lineage. A few more details from other sources are added below:

1 Mangum {20-#95563} Jones b: ABT. 1781 d: ABT. 1860
  + Jane “Jinney” __________ b: ABT. 1784 d: AFT> 1860

(Source: http://www.harrisdna.org/results; Mangum Jones family on 1850 Census, Gilmer Co., GA, sheet 395A; Mangum Jones family on 1860 Census, Gilmer Co., GA, p. 591.)

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For information on additional family members in this line, go to SOME EARLY HARRISES AND POSSIBLE DNA CONNECTIONS


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