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DNA comparison of Matches shared by Randall Hendricks


Hendricks shares 86 cM of DNA, 47 matches and Griffith, Willoughby, Owens, Kenton and Miller ancestry with the author.

So common ancestry can be suspected here at G6 to G19.
While the Jamison branch of the author's ancestry has several collateral Johnson lines, none seem to fit Johnson's ancestry.

The only line in Hendricks ancestry that has actually connected with the author's is his Robinette line with an early maternal Taylor branch that get onto the author's quadruple Taylor line at G14, which is more likely to bring a myriad of shorter matching segments than the long one on chr 5. So, although the match on chr 22 as Swinderby DNA confirms Hendricks's descent from the marriage of Thomas Taylor b 1572 in Hadleigh Suffolk and Margaret Swinderby b 1578 in Copenhagen, a less remote source of common ancestry for the match on chr 5 may yet show up. But human notions of probability have little to do with the forces behind the realignment and inheritance of DNA. Among the author's Berryman collaterals there is also the marriage Nancy S. Berryman b 28 July 1818, d 7 May 1896, m William P. HENDRIX. This would be 4 generations closer, but a connection has not been found yet, except that Nancy's mother was Nancy Moore Settle BRAGG, indicating her mat. grandmother may have been a Settle.

Third to the right, Hahn shares double Prather ancestry with the author, while the match on chr 11 (Andrews DNA) extended more than usual to the right where Biltz also matches raises the question of some closer relationship along the author's registered Nicholas/Carter/Ludlow/Windsor/Andrews pdigree is involved or whether we have to do with DNA on the author's paternal side instead. Wither Chencellor matching exactly on the typical Andrews segments, it seems less likely that the "in common with" tool would group paternal and maternal matches together along the same segments. For the author, there are indications that the segment to the right of the Andrews segments came from his maternal grandfather and could be either Bland, Harris, Jamison or Frye DNA
The 5 segments on chr 5 matching Coalson have been identified as Jamison/Huss DNA.

Fifth to the right, Settles shows Smiley ancestry but he also shows a Mary Strothre of Nominy in WEstmoreland Co Va Co which is more likely Strother. The Settles came from West Riding Yorks, from whence many of the author's ancestors came, while the Strothers were from nearby Northumberland England. But Settles also has an Emma Smiley b 1865 in Brckenridge Ky while the author has a Janette Smiley b c 1740 in MD or Ireland.

Third to the right Reed shows the pattern of matching segments on chr 1 that have been identified in the row above as Jamison or Huss DNA.

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as seen from the author's CB with the author's ethnic distribution shown for a few of the chromosome.
For the long match on chr 5 Henricks' ethnic distribution is also shown, but there seems be compatibility on the right half of the match, where both have North Sea DNA; on the left half the author has Baltic and Hendricks either NS or Eastern Europe. Hendricks shares a longer match on chr 5 than might be expected for the common Taylor ancestry shared at G14.
The row above shows the establishment of some of the ancestry for some of these 18 matches shared by Hendricks, for whom there may a Prather descent has been guesstimated" over his Thompson descent, although he may share ancestors with his as yet short Wyatt line, but more remotely. Hendricks has more recently evidenced Warburton ancestry in his tree, which the author's Prather/Sprigg/Hyde/Davenport/Warburton However, the author's direct male line seems to have originated in the Mennonite community of Norden in East Frisia, and the name Hendrix does occur in the nearby Mennonite community. With Defreese matching here, it is clear that his direct male line comes from either East or West Frisia.
Johnson shows Dameron Ellis, Moore, Thompson and Christian ancestry and also appears in a match group with a cousin in the author´s paternal grandmother´s maternal Workman sector.
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as seen from Hendricks' CB
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as seen from the author's CB
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as seen from the author's CB, over the former's Prather/Sprigg/Hyde/Davenport/Warburton
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as seen from the author's CB
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As seen from Hendricks' CB: the overlapping of the longer segments on chr 5 indicates a combination of whatever DNA Hendricks shares with the - presumably Taylor/Swinderby - with DNA tha come after his branch off the Taylor line - presumably either Wood, Finsham, Robinette etc DNA.
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as seen from Hendricks' CB
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