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Test Results

Participant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Group II III I IV V VI VII VIII IIa IX X
DYS19 (aka DYS394)1414141714131414141414
DYS385a1413131513161115131313
DYS385b1315141514181615141414
DYS3881414141314121214141414
DYS389i1212121412131312121212
DYS389ii2828283228302928282828
DYS3902322232323242423232323
DYS3911010101010101010101010
DYS3921111111211111311111111
DYS393 (aka DYS395)1413141514131313141414
DYS4261111111111111211111111
DYS439 (aka Y-GATA-A4)1011101211121211101111
DYS4371616161416141416161616
DYS4472322232623262523232323
DYS4482020202120201920202020
DYS4492926292729322929292929
DYS4541111111111111112111111
DYS45588811811118888
DYS4581615161516151715161616
DYS459a78787998777
DYS459b999109999999
DYS464a12G12121212141511121212
DYS464b14G1414141415.31514141414
DYS464c15G16151415161614151515
DYS464d16G16161616181816161616
DYS4381010101010101210101010
DYS442 1212121212101212121212
DYS4561415141614171614141414
DYS460101110111191110101010
DYS57018        1818
DYS57617        1717
DYS60714        1414
DYS724a (aka CDYa)33        3333
DYS724b (aka CDYb)33        3333
GATAH4.11110111111121211111010
YCAiia1919191919191919191919
YCAiib2121212121212321212121
DYS413a23         23
DYS413b25         25
DYS42512T         12
DYS43612         12
DYS444141314131413131314 13
DYS446131312121312131313 13
DYS4728         8
DYS49012         12
DYS5119         9
DYS53111         11
DYS53414         14
DYS53711         11
DYS4508         8
DYS48127         26
DYS48712         12
DYS49212         12
DYS52020         20
DYS55714         14
DYS56511         11
DYS56811         11
DYS57211         11
DYS5788         8
DYS5908         8
DYS59410         10
DYS61712         13
DYS64011         11
DYS64110         10
DYF395S1a15         15
DYF395S1b15         15
DYF406S19         9
DYS4349          
DYS43511          
DYS441171717151715141617  
DYS445111111101110121111  
DYS452313131323130303131  
DYS461121112121212121213  
DYS462121412121211111312  
DYS463212121-2118242121  
DYS48512          
DYS4949          
DYS49517          
DYS50511          
DYS53311          
DYS52210          
DYS54912          
DYS55612          
DYS57510          
DYS58913          
DYS635 (aka Y-GATA-C4)242124212322232125  
DYS63611          
DYS63812          
DYS71030.2          
DYS71424          
DYS71627          
DYS71719          
DYS72612          
GATAA10151515141515161515  
GGAAT1B071111111111111011   
DYF371Xa10C          
DYF371Xb12T          
DYF371Xc13C          
DYF371Xd14C          
DYF385a10          
DYF385b10          
DYF397a12          
DYF397b13          
DYF397c14          
DYF397d14          
DYF399Xa21T          
DYF399Xb23C          
DYF399Xc24C          
DYF401a17          
DYF401b18          
DYF408a188          
DYF408b188          
DYF408c9          
DYF408d13          
DYF411a13          
DYF411b13          
DYS725a30          
DYS725b32          
DYS725c32          
DYS725d32          
DXYS156-Y12          
 

Colour coding of markers

Markers with a  red background  are "multi-copy" markers, ie they occur at several points in the Y-Chromosome, and it is not possible to determine which is which (except for DYS385a and DVS385b, whose order may be determined with the Kittler Test). The counts are, therefore, given in size order, smallest first.

The  DYS389  markers are such that DYS389i is contained within DYS389ii. So a mutation of DYS389i must also be a mutation of DYS389ii, but not necessarily vice versa.

There is a 5-point difference in the way DNA Heritage (our previous DNA testing company) and Family Tree DNA (our current testing company) report  DYS442 . We have adopted FTDNA's reporting system for all participants, to simplify comparison of the results.

Comparison of participants

Format is number of differences/number of markers in common.
The MRCA may be estimated with any suitable calculator.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
 1 15/341/3437/342/3446/3442/3411/340/342/375/67
 215/34 16/3434/3413/3445/3441/3414/3415/3412/3212/34
 31/3416/34 36/343/3445/3443/3412/341/342/324/34
 437/3434/3436/34 35/3437/3441/3432/3437/3435/3236/34
 52/3413/343/3435/34 46/3440/3411/342/342/323/34
 646/3445/3445/3437/3446/34 30/3441/3446/3444/3245/34
 742/3441/3443/3441/3440/3430/34 43/3442/3441/3241/34
 811/3414/3412/3432/3411/3441/3443/34 11/3410/3210/34
 90/3415/341/3437/342/3446/3442/3411/34 2/323/34
 102/3712/322/3235/322/3244/3241/3210/322/32 0/37
 115/6712/344/3436/343/3445/3441/3410/343/340/37 

Haplogroups

The Haplogroup predictions for each participant are those given by Whit Athey's Haplogroup Predictor, using the nomenclature adopted by the International Society of Genetic Genealogy.

ParticipantHaplogroup
and subclade
Ysearch
1I1:M253-T2YATCD
2I1:M253-AS8CZ8QF
3I1:M253-T2W77X9
4I2b1:M253-Cont1MF8JF
5I1:M253-T2AVNCR
6E1b1b2F6V8
7R1b3VHZ9
8I1:L22-uN2WZDP3
9I1:M253-T2S4VHZ
10I1:M253-T2 
11I1:M253-T2 

Groups

Group I Stonhewers of Biddulph STS
Group II Staniers of Birmingham
Group III Stonehewers of Gawsworth CHS
Group V Stonehewers of Leek STS
Group IV Stoniers of Kingstone STS
Group VI Staniers of Fulford STS
Group VII Stoniers of Horton STS
Group VIII Stanways of Biddulph STS
Group IX Stoniers of Odd Rode
Group X Crosslands of Yorkshire

The DNA test results show groups I, II, V and IX to be related, and groups IX and X closely related.

Timeline of believed Y-chromosome descents

decade Individuals are placed in their (perhaps estimated) decade of birth decade
  Participant 3                                          
 1500s  William Stonhewer
[fl 1560] Biddulph
1500s 
 1510s   1510s 
 1520s 1520s 
 1530s  Richard Stonhewer
[died 1597]
1530s 
 1540s   1540s 
 1550s 1550s 
 1560s 1560s 
 1570s  Thomas Stonyer
[1570-1647]
1570s 
 1580s   1580s 
 1590s 1590s 
 1600s 1600s 
 1610s  Thomas Stonyer
[born 1611]
1610s 
 1620s   Participant 8 1620s 
 1630s  Thomas Stonyer
[born 1638]
 William Stanway
[born 1639 Biddulph STS]
1630s 
 1640s     1640s 
 1650s 1650s 
 1660s  Francis Stonyer
[1667-1721] Dilborne
 William Stanway
[born 1639 Biddulph STS]
1660s 
 1670s     1670s 
 1680s 1680s 
 1690s  William Stanway
[born 1694 Biddulph STS]
1690s 
 1700s  Thomas Stonyer
[1703-1745]
  1700s 
 1710s   Participant 10   Participant 11 1710s 
 1720s  William Stanway
[1726-1800]
 Thomas Stanier
[fl 1728]
1720s 
 1730s  Francis Stonyer
[1737 Wolstanton-1805]
  Participant 9   Participant 1  John Stanier
[born 1734]
1730s 
 1740s    William Stanier [<1742->1792]   1740s 
 1750s {by his first wife,
Ann}
    Participant 2 1750s 
 1760s  Thomas Stanier
[1769-1856] Norton
 Joseph Stanway
[1761-1829] Biddulph
 William Stanier
[born 1761 Wolverhampton]
 William Stonehewer
[marr 1785, died 1803 Gawsworth]
 Joseph 'Jos' Stanier
[1764 - 1848]
1760s 
 1770s       {by his second wife,
Margaret Hughes}
  Participant 5 Participant 7   1770s 
 1780s  William Stanier
[1788-1848] Birmingham
 William Stonehewer
 [born 1784 Leek]
 John Stonier
 [born 1786 STS]
1780s 
 1790s  Thomas Stanier
[born 1794 Birmingham]
   George Stonehewer
[born 1791 Gawsworth]
    Participant 4 Participant 6 1790s 
 1800s  Francis Stanier
[1808-1856]
 Noah Stanway
[1808 Biddulph-1846]
     Richard Stonier
[~1806-1885] Kingstone
 Thomas Stanier
[<1800 Fulford-1866 Whitlow Brook]
 James Stonier
[born 1805 Odd Rode]
   Joseph Stonier
[born 1802 Odd Rode]
1800s 
 1810s      Thomas Stanier
[1817 Birmingham-1861 W'ton]
 Moses Stonehewer
 [born 1818 Leek]
        1810s 
 1820s    John Stanier
[born 1822 Birmingham]
   James Stonier
[~1824 Horton-1904]
1820s 
 1830s  Francis Stanier
[1838 Biddulph-1900 Peplow]
 John Stanway
[1837 Biddulph-1894]
   William Stonehewer
[born 1838 Leek]
   Elijah Stanier
[1838 Fulford-1899 Manchester]
 Martin Stanier
[born 1838]
1830s 
 1840s      William Henry Stanier
[1849-1924 Calne WIL]
 William Stanier
[1847-1905] Birmingham
 Samuel Stonehewer
[born 1841 Capesthorne]
   William Stonier
[1846 Horton-1917]
 Thomas Stonier
[born 1842 Kingstone]
    1840s 
 1850s            Peter Stonier
[1853 Congleton-1926]
1850s 
 1860s  Beville Stanier
[1867-1921]
 Matthew Henry Stonehewer
[1867 Macclesfield-1940 Crumsall]
 Edwin Stonier
[1863 Kingstone-~1890]
   Jonas Stanier Crossland 
[1864 Barnsley - 1933 PA]
1860s 
 1870s    John Sias Stanway
[1872 Manchester-1941 Edinburgh]
 Charles Edward Stanier
[1879 Highworth-1932]
 William John Stanier
[1871-1939] Birmingham
   Joshua Stonehewer
[born 1870 Leek]
   Charles Stanier
[1873 Milwich STS-1914 Salford]
  1870s 
 1880s          Alfred Stonier
[born 1887 Lask Edge STS]
 John William Stonier
[1888 Willington DBY-1952 LND]
   Joel Stonier
[1884 Leek STS-1926]
1880s 
 1890s  Alexander Beville G Stanier
[1899 Hodnet-1995 Oxford]
 William Edwin Stanier
[1894-1967] Birmingham
 William Stonehewer
[born 1897 Leek]
      1890s 
 1900s    William Stanway
[1909 Perth SCT-2004 South Africa]
 Robert Spenser Stanier
[1907 Wednesbury-1980 Oxford]
   Ellis George Stonehewer
[1901 Salford-1977 Blackpool]
   Alfred Stanier
[1906 Mancester-1928 Winnipeg]
 Joseph Stonier
[1908 Stockport-1970 Stockport]
 John Mitchell Crossland
[1902 Coal PA - 1951 Harrisburg PA]
1900s 
 1910s        John William Stonier
[1913 Aldershot-2003 Ontario]
      1910s 
 1920s  Roger William Stanier
[1924-2016]
 Kenneth Stonehewer
[1922-2005] Leek
   George Stanier  John James Crossland 1920s 
 1930s  Beville Stanier      John Victor Stonier    Joel Thomas Stonier
[1932-2010] Stockport
  1930s 
 1940s    Robert Allen Stanway  Tom Burnett Stanier    Michael Stonehewer     1940s 
 1950s      Alan Michael Stanier    Robert Allan Stonehewer  Michael John Stonier  Graham Stonier  Randy Joe Crossland 1950s 
 1960s           1960s 
 1970s  John William Stonier 1970s 
 1980s   1980s 
 1990s 1990s 

Other Member's DNA Results

Not all members of the Stonehewer to Stanier Society have a Stanier Y-chromosome. But if they have had a DNA test, we are happy to display the results, for the benefit of fellow researchers.