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Bland of Northern Neck Va.
Nicholas of Roundway
Hester of Fleming Co Ky
Author's DNA match comparisons
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Dig up those old bones and get them dancing!

Change the two party system
so people against something like abortion
but for something like environmental protection never again get bigger and badder storms
and two bankrupting wars instead.

Make the Electoral College a permanent government body with seat distribution proportional to the party tally in each state and give it the right to approve cabinet members and under secretaries instead of the US Senate!

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The author's DNA kit at gedmatch is FE12086.

DNA comparison of Matches shared by Barbara Briggs Bruegel

39.5 cM of DNA and 57 matches shared by Barbara Biggs Bruegel, who shows Mitchell.
However, at the top of the match list is McGee, who shares the author's Jamison ancestry
Bruegel shares nearly 39.5 cM of DNA and 57 matches with the author.

To the left, Harris and Childress are in known collateral Mitchell lines, while Childress has confirmed that she has a double Mitchell descent, so it is reasonably certain that Bruegel must be on a collateral line there too.
The match on chr 12 with Bruegel is in a range that is either Hester DNA on the author's paternal side or Taylor DNA on his mother's side.
The characteristic match for forming this group is the longer segment on the left of chr 5 which seems to be Mitchell DNA in part prior to G10. The matching segments on chr 19 indicate that the author's paternal DNA on chr 19 must be Mitchell DNA over almost its entire length except perhaps both ends..

In figure 4 we see Inman has the full Jamison/Huss matching segment with Jamison = Clan Gunn DNA (North Atlantic) at both ends and Huss DNA (Eastern Europe or East Med) in the middle. However, it would not be surprizing if there were early intermariages between Mitchell and Clan Gunn and other clans as well.

There are many matches who do not seem to share the Mitchell ancestry and may even share entirely different ancestors with Bruegel than with the author, except Schmidt, who does match on two segments on chr 7 and 15 in the same range as Childress, while the segment on chr 2 is just adjacent to Childress's, which looks like "spoused off" DNA.

The discussion and analysis here is to be continued

the Borads have Tucker and Mitchell ancestry
Walp has Tucker ancestry
Winterhalter has Tucker and Boone ancestry
Cole ancestry. Mastin also shows Mitchell ancestry but no pedigree.

Dickinson shows Duncan. Franklin, Taylor, Warner, Withers, Woodson and Strange ancestry, while Lewis shows Lovelace and Shirley ancestry.
Bader probably shares different ancestors with Brugel than with the author, as no matching segments seem to overlap with Brugel's.

Barker shows Halstead ancestry without descent details, while the author has two Willoughby/Halstead lines besides the Mitchell/Halstead line of this group. Swearingen is a collateral line in the author's double Calvert ancestry but details of his descent are missing. The Dutch origin of his name makes the match on chr 12 possibly the same as the author's paternal Hester DNA but also possibly his maternal Taylor DNA. McNeal shows Brooks as a maternal line, which may be a variant of Brooke, while McNeal may be a variant of Neale, both of which names occur as collateral lines in said Calvert tree.

Dubose shows remote Mitchell ancestry that predates 1720