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Dwain Lawhon wrote:
> I need to get the word out that I have delivered Linda's research
> materials plus CD's containing software files to The Tennessee State
> Archives in Nashville. The research represent 30-yrs of effort on her
> part. It was her last wish that the research be made available to the
> public by placing it in the Archives to be microfilmed. Those
> arrangements were made just prior to her death in 2003.
> The documents and hardcopy materials were organized by two local
> genealogists and are stored in 18 bank-boxes. A software index by
> surname and by box number is on the CD.
> The software files are indexed by surnames that Linda had entered
> into her TMG program. Individual surname records from TMG were
> then stored in folders on the CD which correspond with the box number
> containing that material. For ease of reading, surname files are
> stored in both MSWord, and Adobe .pdf format as well as being in a
> TMG sqz file which can be imported into TMG for additional work.
> Records and documents, beyond the above, are contained in the boxes
> and those will be microfilmed along with the TMG stuff materials. I
> guess everyone will have to wait until later this year to find out
> whether the extra "stuff" is of interest. The Director of Archival
> Technical Services, Cathi Carmack, said they would probably start
> filming in late June or July. She feels the whole task will easily be
> completed before year-end 2009.
> For those people who want to contact her, they can do so at the
> following address, etc.
> Cathi Carmack, Dirirector. Archival Technical Services
> Tennessee State Library and Archives
> 403 7th Avenue North
> Nashville, TN 37243-0312
> Phone: 615-253-3468
> email: cathi.carmack(a)state.tn.us
> Rich, I would appreciate it if you could post this information to your
> Boyd web site for any and all parties to read. This action on your
> part would be most helpful.. In particular, I would like to get the
> information to the Boyds and related lines.
> Many Thanks,
> Dwain Lawhon (husband)
> 1515 Meadow View Dr.
> Richardson, TX 75080
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Several people have asked about SNPs and haplogroups. What follows is what I hope to be a simple explanation of what they are and what they mean to genealogical researchers.
Think of haplogroups on a type of phylogenetic tree. The oldest haplogroup, from which we all evolved, is haplogroup A. It is currently most common in East Africa. It is rare among Europeans and rare among African Americans, whose origins are mostly in West Africa. Haplogroup A, being so rare among Europeans, makes it very easy for DNA to determine possible relationship.
Haplogroups are determined by SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) which are rare mutations. When the mutations are successful and proliferate, we say a new haplogroup has developed. Very often those mutations are successful because they answer some environmental challenge.
The most common haplogroup in Western Europe is haplogroup R1b. R1b is a branch of haplogroup R. Sub-clades are a further branching from the main group. My own haplogroup is R1b1b2a1a1, several steps of differentiation from the main branch, R. You might think of the sub-clades as twigs on the main branch. Another name for my sub-clade is U198+ which means that I am positive for the SNP named U198.
What makes this so useful among the Boyds is that it is a relatively rare sub-clade of the common sub-clade R1b, but VERY prolific among Boyds. So you can begin to see the usefulness of Deep-Clade testing?
It's very important to keep in mind that a person of haplogroup A CANNOT be related to a person of haplogroup R within tens of thousands of years, no matter WHAT the values of the other STR markers are. An analogy goes something like this:
Haplogroup A is "cat" and haplogroup R is "dog." They are not related within tens of thousands of years even if both have STR markers for brown fur, four legs, and a tail.
This is FTDNA's haplogroup tree. I hope the link works here. If not, go to FTDNA's site, click on "SNPs are us" on the right of the page, then on "Download a detailed copy of the Y-DNA haplogroup tree" located about a third of the way down and in the center of that page.
I hope this has been a useful explanation of a complex subject. Please feel free to write me with any further questions, either here or off-list.
Jeri Ann Boydhttp://www.familytreedna.com/public/boyddnanet/default.aspx?section=y...
This is my BOYD family
Descendants of Ebenezer BOYD
Generation No. 1
1. Ebenezer3 BOYD (Robert2, Robert1) was born 18 Dec 1797 in N.C., and died Apr 1874 in Trigg Co, Ky.. He married Mary " Polly" SPARKMAN 04 Oct 1819 in Christian Co, Ky., daughter of William SPARKMAN and Pheaby WARD. She was born 1800 in N.C., and died 04 Jul 1846 in Trigg Co, Ky..
Children of Ebenezer BOYD and Mary SPARKMAN are:
+ 2 i. Martha4 BOYD, born 1822 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died Aft. 1880 in Trigg Co, Ky..
+ 3 ii. Margaret BOYD, born 1824 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 1852 in Trigg Co, Ky..
4 iii. Elizabeth J. BOYD, born 1825 in Trigg Co, Ky.. She married Martin CAMPBELL Aft. 1850 in Trigg Co, Ky..
5 iv. Matthew H. BOYD, born 1826 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died Aft. 1850 in Trigg Co, Ky..
+ 6 v. Joseph BOYD, Sr., born 02 Aug 1829 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died Aft. 1880 in Trigg Co, Ky..
7 vi. Andrew J. BOYD, born 1833 in Trigg Co, Ky..
Generation No. 2
2. Martha4 BOYD (Ebenezer3, Robert2, Robert1) was born 1822 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died Aft. 1880 in Trigg Co, Ky.. She married Jesse STAMPER 1837 in Trigg Co, Ky., son of Robert STAMPER and Keziah BAGWELL. He was born 1811 in N.C., and died Aft. 1870 in Trigg Co, Ky..
Children of Martha BOYD and Jesse STAMPER are:
8 i. Robert5 STAMPER, born 1838 in Stewart Co, Tn..
9 ii. David STAMPER, born 1840 in Stewart Co, Tn..
10 iii. James STAMPER, born 1842 in Stewart Co, Tn..
11 iv. Richard STAMPER, born 1844 in Stewart Co, Tn..
12 v. Thomas STAMPER, born 1846 in Stewart Co, Tn..
13 vi. Nancy STAMPER, born 1847 in Stewart Co, Tn..
14 vii. Edmond STAMPER, born 1848 in Stewart Co, Tn..
15 viii. Bruce Westley STAMPER, born Mar 1850 in Stewart Co, Tn..
16 ix. Marcus STAMPER, born 1851 in Stewart Co, Tn..
17 x. Brutus STAMPER, born 1856 in Stewart Co, Tn..
3. Margaret4 BOYD (Ebenezer3, Robert2, Robert1) was born 1824 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died 1852 in Trigg Co, Ky.. She married William Johnson Walker 30 Dec 1846 in Trigg Co, Ky.. He was born 1825 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died Aft. 1880 in Stewart Co, Tn..
Child of Margaret BOYD and William Walker is:
+ 18 i. Mary5 WALKER, born 1848 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died Bef. 1888 in Stewart Co, Tn..
6. Joseph4 BOYD, Sr. (Ebenezer3, Robert2, Robert1) was born 02 Aug 1829 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died Aft. 1880 in Trigg Co, Ky.. He married Mary Francis PRATT 14 Aug 1851 in Christian Co, Ky.. She was born 1830 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died Aft. 1880 in Trigg Co, Ky..
Children of Joseph BOYD and Mary PRATT are:
19 i. Charles H.5 BOYD, born 1855.
20 ii. Joseph BOYD, Jr., born 1858.
21 iii. Willie BOYD, born Aft. 1860.
22 iv. Frank C. BOYD, born 1873.
Generation No. 3
18. Mary5 WALKER (Margaret4 BOYD, Ebenezer3, Robert2, Robert1) was born 1848 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died Bef. 1888 in Stewart Co, Tn.. She married Pickney Alexander CASTILE 15 Nov 1868 in Trigg Co, Ky., son of Eli Castile and Mary George. He was born 12 Dec 1845 in Trigg Co, Ky., and died 01 Nov 1921 in Indian Mound, Stewart Co, Tn..
Children of Mary WALKER and Pickney CASTILE are:
23 i. Lynn Boyd6 CASTILE, born 1870 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 30 Dec 1938 in Jefferson Co, Ky..
24 ii. Mary Henry CASTILE, born 02 Nov 1872 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 06 Dec 1924 in Calloway Co, Ky.. She married Louis MATHIS 25 Oct 1888 in Calloway Co, Ky.; born 04 Apr 1859 in Calloway Co, Ky.; died 02 Feb 1933 in Calloway Co, Ky..
25 iii. William CASTILE, born 12 Sep 1875 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 29 Sep 1960 in Trigg Co, Ky.. He married Ada Carolyn WALLACE 1893; born 1874 in Stewart Co, Tn.; died 1912 in Ky..
26 iv. Alexander CASTILE, born 11 Apr 1878 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 25 Jan 1950 in Indian Mound, Stewart Co, Tn.. He married Bessie LANDS 12 Oct 1903 in Stewart Co, Tn.; born 02 Mar 1888 in Indian Mound, Stewart Co, Tn.; died 12 Nov 1972 in Indian Mound, Stewart Co, Tn..
27 v. Joseph CASTILE, born 18 Aug 1880 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 02 Jun 1942 in Lousiville, Jefferson Co, Ky.. He married Anna KIMBELL.
28 vi. Charlie Boyd CASTILE, born 01 Jul 1883 in Trigg Co, Ky.; died 11 Aug 1926 in Bumpus Mills, Stewart Co, Tn.. He married Edna Bell REYNOLDS 1903 in Stewart Co, Tn.; born 04 Sep 1884 in Stewart Co, Tn.; died 16 Aug 1962 in Stewart Co, Tn..
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Greetings, I have read the book Operation Broken Reed by Lt. Col
Boyd. Three things promoted my interest: my grandmother was Malinda
Catherine Boyd; I am a veteran of the Korean War; and I served many
years in the intelligence service. Secret operations such as are
reported in this book always capture my attention. I wrote a book
review for publication in The Graybeards, the official journal of The
Korean War Veterans Association, Inc. The review will appear in a
future issue of that publication. I find it rather remarkable the
number of persons who served in the Armed Force and then entered the
ministry as did Lt Col Boyd and myself. Blessings, Jim Allen.
At 11:35 AM 10/19/2008, you wrote:
>Since you have mentioned the Book "Operation Broken Reed," by LTCOL Arthur
>Boyd, in June, I ordered it and am presently reading it. I am about 2/3rds
>through the text and enjoying it very much. Your msg piqued my interest on
>two accounts: one , of course, the name BOYD (my Great-grandmother was Mary
>BOYD, b Oct 1850, Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland.) D/O: John BOYD, & Mary
>GUTHRIE.) Mary BOYD, M: Alexander CLARK, bc: 1844 of Scottish parentage.
>The Second point of interest in your msg is the Title and summary... as I am
>a retired military officer and familiar with COL BOYD's task.
>By the way cousins, my above email will change as of tomorrow. As of 1 Nov,
>please note new one: bobbiclark(a)embarquemail.com
>Heading South for the Winter Season.
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2008 5:24 PM
>Subject: [BOYD] Author. Lt.Col. Authur Boyd
> > Dear clan all, I have just finished reading a gripping book by Lt.Col.
> > Boyd, released in 2007, about a secret spy mission during the Korean
> > confilict. The Title is, Operation Brooken Reed. I am trying to contact
> > the author since our clan doesn't get too much recognition of this sort.
> > Do Any of you know the book?
> > Blessings, Bob Boyd
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