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I've found your results at ysearch.org
; it's great you submitted your results
there and it's an exciting match! Yes, of the markers tested in common by AncestryDNA
and FamilyTreeDNA you are a 33/33 match. The Daniel DNA Project results at
have not been updated in quite a while, but you can see all the
Middlesex Daniel results that you match at:
May I include your line and results on the page? The where and the wording for how George
B. fits in would be up to you and the other descendants and researchers of James Key
Daniel (I think it should be much like the Josiah b. 1805, i.e. "probable son").
My research had led me to the idea and I'm much persuaded by their further info that
George B. is one of the other sons of James Key Daniel. I even think it's worth an
article on the site laying out the evidence if somebody would write it up: Jim's
original post here and Rosalyn's Nov 2008 reply are already a great foundation.
Jim mentioned that George B. and John lived relatively close in Jackson. One of George B.
Daniel's 1838 patents (entered in 1836) in Jackson is precisely surrounded North,
South and West by 3 of John's patents (entered 1835), all these were issued on the
same day (7 Sep 1838), these are the ones in Section 25 of Range 30W Twp 47N. So Jim's
point that George B. might have tagged along with John is a very good one. George could
enter the land underage, but it couldn't be issued until he was 21, also helping to
explain the 2 year lag in his entry-patent. An aside is that George B.'s other 1838
patent in Section 34 is bounded by James Savage patents.
Anyway, Rosalyn and Jim and Georgia may have had other breakthroughs off-board, I hope
we'll hear more!
Pam in CA
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