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Fortest and Tree

 

Wise is the person who sees the forest
From its grandeur inspiration glean.
Wiser still the person who sees the tree;
When the tree is what needs seen.

May we then in living life
Be it pleasure, pain, or strife
Steadily that wisdom learn
Their differentially discern.

 

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Group I1 Water Oak

 

 

 

 

Haplogroup Definition

 

The I and I1 lineages are nearly completely restricted to northwestern Europe. These would most likely have been common within Viking populations. One lineage of this group extends down into central Europe. Haplogroup I dates to 23,000 years ago or longer. Lineages not in branches I1a, I1b or I1c are found distributed at low frequency throughout Europe. 

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Group Leader: George L. Johnson

 

Group Members

Kit Numbers

N58410

George L. Johnson

14467

Duane Beverly Johnson

46424

James Lamar Johnson

N15769

Joseph Roy Johnson

N11744

James Thomas Johnson

152289

Cyril C. Johnson

155219

Wiliam Leigh Johnson

156230

William Everett Johnson

158687

James Louie Johnson

45613

Mr. Hill

239106

John Riley Johnson

253294

 

 

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Water Oak Newsletter

 

Volume 2, Winter 2010

 

Greetings All!

 

It’s been a while since the last newsletter.  It was my hope to do this more often but things just didn’t work out that way!

 

Hope this finds all of our Water Oak Group members healthy and happy and enjoying the start to 2010.

 

Sincerely,

George L Johnson

Water Oak Family Group Lead

 

New Interested Parties or Researchers

 

There have been no new additions to the Water Oak Family group since our last newsletter.

 

I frequently check the J/J/J website for additions and have been in touch with Lee and Sherrie for any news or insights.

 

What’s been happening?

 

Hopefully everyone has been fortunate in their individual research and continue to build upon their family lineages and contacts.

 

Due to work and family, I had to put my research on hold for a while but I’m back into it for the new year.

 

I have hired a researcher in South Carolina to help assist me in finding out more about where my current paper trail leads in hopes to finding that illusive link to those I match closely to (66/67) in the Water Oak group.

 

If you have had any success stories that you’d like to share with the entire group, please forward to me and I will have them posted to our family page.

 

There is nothing like hearing of others successes to keep us on track when we’re running into roadblocks and dead ends.

 

 

 

More news and reminders!

 

Be sure to update your lineage on the J/J/J website so other interested individuals can find you.

 

FAMILY FINDER   …..   (from FTDNA)

 

This is the most exciting genetic genealogy breakthrough since the company launched its Y-DNA test, which uncovers relatives in the direct paternal line,” says Bennett Greenspan, founder and President of Family Tree DNA.

 

While the Y-DNA matches men with a specific paternal line, and the mtDNA finds potential relatives only along the maternal line, Family Finder can look for close relationships along all ancestral lines.

 

You may now match to male and female cousins from any of your family lines within about five generations. The science uses linked blocks of DNA across the 22 autosomal chromosomes and matches them between two people. Linked blocks are determined by comparison of well over 500,000 HapMap SNPs. Based on this concept, our bioinformatics team has worked extensively to develop the calculations that tell you the closeness of the relationship.

 

Check /www.familytreedna.com/ for more information.

 

 

 

Archived Newsletters

 

2010 Winter Newsletter

June 19, 2009

 

 

Information

 

 

 

Percentage of Likeliness of Generations Till

Most Recent Common Ancestor

 Name

%12gen37

%12gen67

Joseph Roy Johnson Sr.                                  

99.55

99.89

Duane Johnson     Beverly J. Chisolm

99.55

99.89

Cyril Johnson                   

99.55

99.89

George L. Johnson            

97.38

99.28

James Lamar Johnson     

99.55

 na

James Thomas Johnson

97.4

91.79

William Leigh Johnson

94.15

na

William Everett Johnson 

87.35

na

 

 

Group Water Oak Results

 

“Always remember, without documentation Genealogy is Mythology”

 

 

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In the UK

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UK Clan Johnstone

DNA

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 Rex Johnson

 

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Colonial Virginia Connections

Website of Linda Sparks Starr

 

 

 

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Lee Johnson  Administrator | Sherrie Boone  Co-Administrator |
Barbara Hockman Pedigree Coordinator | Tony Johnson Librarian US |
Don Johnston Librarian NZ & Australia | Cathy Cadd Librarian Canada
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