Barron DNA Project

  • 253 members

About us

The following Clans (ten, at present) are comprised of contemporary Y-DNA participant/donors whose Y-DNA marker values results on the 37-, 67- or 111-marker tests match almost perfectly.  The closer the match of alleles values, the higher the probability of having a recent common ancestor. (Looking at it in another direction, there is virtually no possibility of any participant in one Clan being remotely related to a participant in another Clan, regardless of the duplication of the surname "Barron.") All the participants grouped in each of the ten Clans below share a common male Barron ancestor, perhaps as recently as a hundred years ago, or as far in the past as many centuries ago.


For a detailed chart presentation of all alleles values for all participants below, click here.  While the determination of the exact value of each alleles value (or marker) is an advanced science, the statistical interpretation of the results is not.  We encourage any reader to contact the Project Co-administrators for assistance in evaluating individual relationships.


What do these "Clans" mean?  Every individual in each Clan is, by definition, a cousin to every other individual in his Clan.  Perhaps the relationship is "fifth cousin, once removed," but each is a cousin to the others by virtue of having a "recent" common ancestor (say,  within the last 400 years or so).  Remember, in order for an individual to be assigned to any Clan, his 37-marker DNA test results should demonstrate at least a 75% probability of having a Common Ancestor within the past 16 generations with any other individual in a Clan.  For more information, click here.

  

CLAN 1 - 24 members
Haplogroup R-M269
Click here for a discussion of Y-DNA evidence as it relates to our conclusions for Clan 1 and a proposed Family Lineage Table

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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Donald Ray Barron - TX

Alexander Barron ca. 1800 > Charles Barron 1822 > Benjamin F. Barron 1856 > William Henry Barron 1885 > Everett J. Barron 1919 > Donald Ray Barron (participant)
Migration:  AL > LA > TX

2

Donald Ray Barron – MS

Samuel Barron > “William” Thomas Barron abt. 1782 > John Barron 1817 > William M., Sr. Barron 1847 > William M., Jr. Barron 1876 > Ernest E. Barron 1900 > Donald Ray Barron (participant)
Migration:  SC > Burke County, GA > MS

3


Arlin Dale Barron

John M. Barron bef. 1775 > Thomas Barron 1796 > Ronchalia C. Barron 1852 > Hamlet B. Barron 1879 > Arlin R. Barron 1917 > Arlin Dale Barron  (participant)
Migration:  MD? > VA > KY > TX > OK > CA

4


Davy Lee Barron

Charles Barron 1792 > John Barron 1834 > Byrd F. Barron 1872 > Archie Barron 1899 > Richard Barron 1945 > Davy Lee Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD > AL > TX

5


Bob Ashton Barron

Thomas Barron d. 1717 > Thomas Barron 1704 > John Barron c1723 > John Barron c1765 > Jesse Barron 1803 > Robert H. Barron 1832 > John T. Barron 1865 > Ashton K. Barron 1910 > Bob Ashton Barron (participant)
Migration:  England > Charles Co., MD > VA

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John Calvin Barron

Alexander Barron ca. 1800 > Charles Barron 1822 > John W. Barron 1850 > Ollie C. Barron 1879 > Calvin C. Barron 1910 > John Calvin Barron (participant)
 Migration:  AL > LA > TX

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Jimmie Edward Barnes

Thomas W. Barron b. ca. 1797 > Thomas Barron b. ca. 1820 > John T. Barnes (note spelling change) b. ca. 1851 > Okey James Barnes b. 1887 > Jimmie Edward Barnes (participant)
Migration:  VA > WV > FL

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Dennis Halm Barron

George Oliver Barron c1820 > James Henry Barron c1845 > James Henry (Harry) Barron 1870 > Eugene Leo Barron 1913 > Dennis Halm Barron (participant)
Migration: MD? > VA > MO > IL

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Walter Thomas Barron, Jr.

Thomas Barron, Sr. b. ca. 1700 > Samuel Cooksey Barron 1729 > Augustine ca. 1771 > Samuel 1820 > Francis Edward, Sr. 1848 > Thomas Herman 1883 > William Frank, Sr. 1910 > Walter Thomas Barron, Jr. (participant)
Migration: MD > KY 

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Robert Jonathan Barron

Jonathan Barron 1785 > Jasper Newton Barron 1826 > John Furches Barron 1871 > Robert Howard Barron 1910 > Robert Jonathan Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD > KY

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Michael Leroy Barron

Uriah Barron act. 1806 > William Fletcher Barron abt. 1845 > Donald Lewis Barron 1879 > Fletcher Leroy Barron 1905 > Michael Leroy Barron  (participant)
Migration:  MD > SC > MS > TX

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Kirk William Barron

John M. Barron bef. 1775 > John Barron 1800 > William Harrison Barron 1833 > William Harrison Barron 1861 > Samuel Mathew Barron 1905 > William Harrison Barron 1927 > Kirk William Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD? > VA > KY > IL > KS > OK > TX

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Neil Barrow

Thomas Barrow 1754 > Christopher Barrow 1789 > John Barrow 1820 > Thomas Barrow 1842 > Christopher Barrow 1870 > Thomas Conrad Barrow 1892 > Thomas Barrow 1916 > Neil Barrow (participant)

Durham, England > Northumberland, England > Cheshire, England

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Bruce Barron

Jonathan Barron (Barnes) 1785 > George Washington Barron (Barnes) 1818 > William Naman Barron 1847 > Tweed Barron 1883 > Milford Barron 1913 > Bruce Barron (participant)

Migration: MD > NC > IN

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Jon Andersen

Barron > Freddy Longstaff 1876 > John Stanley Longstaff 1912 > John Longstaff 1939 > Jon Andersen (participant)

Migration: Cumberland, England > Durham, England

(Note: Freddy Longstaff was illegitimate and his father was not known.  Longstaff was his mother’s maiden name. Y-DNA results showed that the ancestral line is Barron.)

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Adrian Richard Barron

John Barron 1705 > John Barron 1734 > George Barron 1775 > John Barron 1806 > Richard Barron 1834 > John G Barron 1868 > Robert Barron 1895 > Richard Barron 1921 > Adrian Richard Barron (participant)

Migration: Cumberland, England > Durham, England

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Ronald Figlar-Barnes

Thomas Barron 1700 > Justinian Jesse Barron 1741 > Thomas Barron (Barnes) 1797 > Thomas W. Barnes 1823 > Jonathan T Barnes 1852 > James Lewis Barnes 1881 > Jennings Brian Barnes 1905 > Ronald Figlar-Barnes (participant)             

Migration: MD > VA > WV > WA

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Patrick Barron

Thomas Barron 1702 > Samuel Cooksey Barron 1730 > Augustin Barron 1771 > Samuel Barron 1820 > Francis Edward Barron 1848 > Henry Butler Barron 1882 > Joseph Michael Barron Sr. 1914 > Patrick Barron (participant)

Migration: Charles Co., MD > KY (Union, Henderson)

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William G. Barron

Samuel Barron > “William” Thomas Barron abt. 1782 > William Thomas Barron abt. 1820 > William Henry Barron 1850 > Robert Curtis Barron 1885 > William Edwin Barron 1927 > William G. Barron (participant)

Migration: SC > Burke County, GA > Wilkinson, Pike, Amite Counties, MS

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Craig Anthony Barron

John Barron abt. 1710 > John Barron 1734/35 > Cowper Barron 1771 > Robert Barron 1802 > Cowper Barron 1847 > Robert Cowper Barron 1890 > William Barron 1925 > Craig Anthony Barron (participant)

Migration: Cumberland, England > Durham, England > Tyne and Wear, England

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Troy Barron

Charles H. Barron abt. 1811 > Zachariah Taylor Barron 1848 > Charles Barron 1902 > Charles Ernest Barron 1924 > Robert Barron 1948 > Troy Barron (participant)

Migration: VA > MO

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Marson Wayne Sykes

John Barnes (Barron) d. 1823 > William Richard Sykes 1818 >  several generations > Marson Wayne Sykes (participant)

Migration: NC

(Note:  Nancy Sykes of Northampton Co NC had William Richard Sykes in 1818. She had a bastard bond issued to John Barnes of Halifax Co NC in 1818. He agreed to pay for the child. He died in 1823. His will lists his Mother as Mary Keyes.)

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Lee John Barren

George Barron > John Barron 1835 > David Innes Barren 1864 > John George 1888 > John George 1931 > John I. 1959 > Lee John Barren (participant)

Migration: Northumberland, England

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Kenneth Barron

John Barron 1814 > John Edward Barron 1867 > William Birtley Barron 1880 > William Birtley Barron 1922 > Kenneth Barron (participant) 

Migration: Durham / Northumberland.

CLAN 2 - 31 members
Haplogroup R-M269
Four participants in this Clan matched on 67 markers.  Oran Barron of the line of William Barron of Georgia; Keith Barron descends from Archibald Barron of York County, SC; Michael David Barron, a descendant of William Barron of South Carolina and Tennessee, likely the line of Alexander Barron of York County, SC; and Daniel Barnes, whose earliest known ancestor, James Barnes, immigrated from Ireland in the 1880s.  Other participants differed from this baseline by only one to three markers, indicating a very tight relationship in this Clan. 
 (See Vicki Barron Kruschwitz’s website by 
clicking here.)
Click here for a discussion of Y-DNA evidence as it relates to our conclusions for Clan 2.

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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Bill W. Barron

William Barron, Sr. 1740 > Samuel 1767 > Agesilaus 1801 > Preston Averice 1827 > Henry N.  1872 > Arlin L.  1910 > Bill W. Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > MS > LA > TX

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Oran M. Barron, Jr.

William Barron, Sr. 1740? > John 1763 > Milton Decatur 1818 > Morgan 1863 > Oran M., Sr. 1896 > Oran M. Barron, Jr. (participant)
Migration:  GA > AL

3

Michael David Barron

William Barron ca. 1776 > John, 1805 > William A. 1836 > Porter Fasque 1863 > Wake Lewis 1904 > Richard D. 1937 > Michael David Barron (participant)
Note: Investigation of available documentation and DNA results gives rise to our conclusion that John Barron (b. 1805) likely is a son of William Barron (b. ca. 1776) and grandson of Alexander Barron, both of whom hailed from York County, SC.
Migration: SC > TN > AR > MO

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Brent Cody Barron

John Wilson Barron 1824  > James Wiley 1845 > Henry Grady 1887 > Jessie Fletcher 1917 > Brent Cody Barron (participant)
Note:  There is strong circumstantial evidence that John Wilson (b. 1824) is the son of James Alexander Barron, son of James Barron of York County, SC.
Migration:  AL > AR > TX

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Joseph Russell Barron

William Barron, Sr. 1740  > Wm., Jr. 1769 > Smith 1805 > John Wood 1832 > Joseph F.  1860 > Coke F.  1897 > Joseph A. 1928 > Joseph Russell Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > AL > TX

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Thomas W. "Chip" Barron

William, Sr. 1740 > Wm, Jr. 1769 > James S. 1791 > Thomas Daniel 1843 > Zeddie Pleasant, Sr.  1883 > Lindsey Hand 1923 > Thomas W. "Chip" Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA

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Kenneth Derald Barron

William Barron ca. 1790 > Benjamin F. ca. 1824 > Benjamin F. ca. 1854 > Luther Atlee ca. 1884 > Herbert Clay 1915 > Kenneth Albert 1938 > Kenneth Derald Barron (participant)

Note: Investigation of available documentation and DNA results gives rise to our conclusion that William Barron (b. ca. 1790) is a son of Abraham Barron from York County, SC.

Migration:  SC > GA > TX

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Joe Lynn Barron

William Barron, Sr. 1740  > Wm., Jr. 1769 > James 1791 > James Turman 1845 > Joseph Lee 1883 > Joe Walton 1907 > Joe Lynn Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > TX

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Jerry Wayne Barron

Thomas Barron ca. 1733 > Robert ca. 1778 > Nathan 1807 > Robert Josephus, Sr. ca. 1836 > Robert Josephus, Jr. 1856 > George Oscar ca. 1885 > George Andrew 1926 > Jerry Wayne Barron  (participant)
Migration:  SC > GA > AL > TX

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Richard Larry Barron

Thomas ca. 1733 > Thomas ca. 1780 > Robert ca. 1810 > William Michael 1852 > Robert Lee 1878 > James Ralph 1905 > Robert Dwain 1925 > Richard Larry Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > AL

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Justin Smith Barron

William Barron, Sr. 1740 > William, Jr. 1769 > Smith 1805 > Joseph Smith 1838 > William Smith 1866 > Billie Ferrell 1917 > Richard Smith 1946 > Justin Smith Barron  (participant)
Migration: GA > AL > TX

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Michael James Barron

John Barron ca. 1712 > Alexander, Sr. ca. 1753 > Alexander, Jr. 1779 > Alexander Franklin  1813 > Homer Hezekiah 1864 > Homer Hezekiah 1893 > Art 1937 > Michael James Barron (participant)
Migration: MD > SC > TN > TX > UT

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Dr. Keith Reeves Barron

Archibald Barron 1734 > William 1772 > Dr. Archibald Ingram 1807 > Benjamin Chaplin Pressley 1840 > Frank Eugene, Sr. 1879 > Frank Eugene, Jr. 1913 > Keith Reeves Barron (participant)
Migration: PA > SC

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Harold Brooks Barron

William Barron, Sr. ca. 1740 > John 1763 > William ca. 1787 > Augustus Clayton 1833 > Henry Brooks 1861 > Harvey Brooks 1910 > Harold Brooks Barron (participant)
Migration: GA

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John Lee Barron

Thomas Barron d. 1780 > Thomas ca. 1780 > Robert ca. 1813 > Robert 1844 > Robert Lee 1877 > Paul 1903 > Darrell 1922 > John Lee Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > AL > TX > AR

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Daniel Raymond Barnes, Jr.

James Barnes 1853 > James Lawrence Barnes 1883 > Daniel Raymond Barnes 1914 > Daniel Raymond Barnes, Jr. (participant)
Migration:  Ireland > IL

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Jesse Denis Barron

William Barron, Sr. abt 1740 > William, Jr. 1769 > James 1791 > John White 1821 > John Daniel 1849 > John, Sr. 1893 > John, Jr. 1927 > Jesse Denis Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > AL > FL > SC

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Fred J. Barron

John Barron, Sr. ca. 1740 > John, Jr. ca. 1770 > David ca. 1810 > Robert 1832 (immigrated from Ireland)> Joseph 1853 > Waldo Saffer 1895 > Fred J. Barron (participant)
Migration:  County Down, Ireland > PA

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Robert Charlton Barron

Archibald Barron d. 1739 > several generations not yet confirmed > Joseph > William John abt. 1829 > William D.  1858 > John Howard 1899 > Robert Charlton Barron (participant)
Migration:  County Down, Ireland > NY > IA > MN

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William Franklin Barron, Jr.

William Barron, Sr. 1740 > William, Jr. 1769 > Smith 1805 > James F. 1826 > Franklin Smith 1866 > William Franklin 1898 > William Franklin Barron, Jr. (participant)
Migration: GA

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Sidney Alfred Boudreaux

William Barron, Sr. 1740  > Wm., Jr. 1769 > James 1791 > James Turman 1845 > Joseph Lee 1883 > Joe Walton Barron 1907 > Sidney Alfred Boudreaux (participant)
Migration:  GA > TX > MO

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Bobby Curtis Barron

William Barron ca. 1790 > Benjamin F. Barron ca. 1824 > Benjamin F. ca. 1854 > Luther Atlee ca. 1884 > Thomas Terry 1905 > Bobby Curtis Barron (participant)
Migration: GA
Note: Investigation of available documentation and DNA results gives rise to our conclusion that William Barron (b. ca. 1790) is a son of Abraham Barron from York County, SC. 

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Raynor Horton

Believed to be: Archibald Barron 1791 > James Barron (later Burns) 1819 > Adam Burns 1851 > Wilburn Pearl 1882 > additional generation > Raynor Horton (Burns) (participant)

Migration: Ireland > Scotland > Ontario, Canada > OR

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Kevin R. Barron

William Barron, Sr. abt 1740 > William, Jr. 1769 > James 1791 > John White 1821 > Lewis Judson ca. 1867 > Sherman Alma 1890 > Dorman Lewis 1921 > Herbert 1956 > Kevin R. Barron (participant)
Migration:  GA > AL > FL > SC

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Michael Roy Barron

William Barron, Sr. abt. 1740 > John 1763 > Henry 1803 > Hyram 1830 > Milton Cross 1861 > Roy Roley 1897 > Roy Roley, Jr. 1925 > Michael Roy Barron (participant)

Migration: GA > LA > TX > AK

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Edwin Gene Barron

John M. Barron abt. 1800 > Francis Marion 1839 > Edgar 1877 > F. M. 1910 > Edwin Gene Barron (participant)

Migration: SC > TN

Note: John M. Barron was likely related to the York County, SC, Barron family.  It is possible that John M. might have been a son of Abraham or a grandson of Alexander.  And John M. Barron named a son Archibald, so perhaps there was a connection there.

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Cousin Barron

William Barron, Sr. abt 1740 > Samuel Barron 1767 >  Edmond Barron 1799 > Ajesilus Barron 1848 > Charles Oscar Barron 1877 > Father of Cousin Barron > Cousin Barron (participant)

Migration: GA > MS

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John Gough

John M. Barron abt. 1800 > William J. 1836 > James Newton Barron 1875 > generation Barron > generation Barron > John Gough (participant)

Migration: SC > TN

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Jarmey Fowler

John Fowler 1808 > Edward Bolton Fowler 1869 > Stanley James Fowler  1908 > Willis Randolph Fowler 1951 > Jarmey Fowler (participant)

Ireland > AR > OK > TX

Note: Jarmey Fowler shows only one mutation from the Barron Clan 2 baseline at 67 markers.

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Kevyn Barron

Lee William Barron abt 1883 > Anderson Barron 1905 > Arthur Lee Barron 1931 > Kevyn Barron (participant)

Migration: TN > GA > FL > PA

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Robert Huston Watson

John Watson 1700 > John Abishua Watson > Levi Watson 1772 > Edward H. Watson > John Henry Watson 1825 > George Washington Watson 1863 > Robert Huston Watson 1891 > Robert Huston Watson (participant)

Migration: VA > KY > OH

Note: Robert Watson matches the Barron Clan 2 baseline on 105 of 111 Y-DNA markers.

CLAN 3 - 12 members
Haplogroup R-M269
Participant William Paul Barron, Jr. has the longest proven Barron lineage of any of the following participants.  One of the objectives of this DNA project was to prove the connection between William Paul Barron's ancestral line and those of the other participants, in order to validate the proposed relationship between an early American Barron, James Barron (b. 1752) and his "lost" son, Caleb Barron (b. 1797).
Click here for a discussion of Y-DNA evidence as it relates to our conclusions for Clan 3

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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Charles Chester Barron

John 1701 > Joseph E. 1723 > James 1752 > Caleb 1797 > Almon 1832 > Adolphus 1862 > Edward H. 1887 > Charles Chester Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD > SC > AL > MS > CO  (viewers of this line should review 
these ancestral photos)

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William Paul Barron, Jr.

William 1600? > William d. 1680 > Joseph Barrand 1650? > John 1701 > Joseph 1723 > John 1749 > James 1791 > Mathias J.  1834 > Andrew J. 1856 > William M. 1889 > William P.  1923 > William Paul Barron, Jr. (participant)
Migration:  England > Barbados > MD > TN > KY > OH

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John S. Barron

John 1701 > Joseph E. 1723 > James 1752 > Caleb 1797 > Caleb 1848 > Leroy 1877 > Earl 1906 > John S. Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD > SC > AL > MS > TX  (viewers of this line should review 
these ancestral photos)

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Bobby Dean Barron

John 1701 > Joseph E. 1723 > James 1752 > Elijah James 1799 > Jasper Newton 1826 > James Columbus abt. 1860 > Noel Thomas abt. 1900 > Roger Carroll 1942 > Bobby Dean (participant)
Migration:  MD > SC > GA > TX  (viewers of this line should review 
these ancestral photos)

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Daniel Lee Barron

John 1701 > Joseph E. 1723 > James 1752 > Gabriel 1800 > Rev. John Clayton 1823 > Reese Owen 1865 > Darrell Holman 1910 > Daniel Lee Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD > SC > GA > MS > LA > TX > OH
(viewers of this line should review 
these ancestral photos)

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Robert Michael Barron

William 1640 > Joseph 1655 > John 1701 > Joseph E. 1723 > John 1749 > Mathias M. 1796 > Robert Sloan 1829 > Robert Marvin 1878 > Robert Marvin 1925 > Robert Michael Barron (participant)
Migration:  England > MD > TN > KY > MS > MO > KY > MS > TX > MN

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Jack Leslie Barron

Joseph Barrand abt. 1650 > John Barron 1701 > Joseph 1723 > Joseph, Jr. 1752 > Joseph L. 1800 > William Marion 1842 > Walter Grey 1873 > Hollis Roscoe 1904 > Jack Leslie Barron (participant)
Migration: MD > TN > AR

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Charles Henson Barron

Samuel 1785 > Isaac Titsworth 1810 > Stephen Powell 1843 > John McKinney 1869 > Charles Henson Barron, Sr. 1902 > Charles Henson Barron (participant)
Migration: NC > SC

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Randall Barron

John 1701 > Joseph E. 1723 > James 1752 > Caleb Barron 1797 > Ezekiel 1838 > Solomon 1861 > William Oscar 1888 > William Clayton 1923 > Randall Barron (participant)

Migration:  MD > SC > AL > MS > TX  

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John E. Barron III

William Barron abt 1628 >

Migration:  England > Barbados > MD > TN >

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Brent Jamison Barron

James Barron 1752 > Ezekiel 1795 > Almond 1820s > Ezekiel 1845 > James Noah 1888 > Buddy 1920 > Brent Barron (participant)

Migration: SC > AL > MS > OK > TX

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Ted David Barron

William Barron abt 1628 > Joseph Barrand abt 1655 > John Barron 1701 > Joseph Barron 1723 > John Barron 1749 > William Barron 1787 > Perry Walker Barron 1816 > Silas Henry Barron 1871 > William Ted Barron 1904 > Ted David Barron (participant)

Migration: Cambridgeshire, England > Barbados > MD > TN > KY > OK

CLAN 4 - 13 members 
Haplogroup R-M269

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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Terry Samuel Barron

Thomas Barron b. 1757 > Barnabas Barron b. 1793 > Calvin Hamilton b. 1824 > Rufus Barnabas b. 1851 > Luther Barto b. 1872 > Julius Terry b. 1898 > Terry Samuel Barron (participant)
Migration: NC > GA > AL

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Mike Stone

Joseph Mitchell Barron b. ca. 1823 > John W. b. ca. 1845 > Randolph b. 1874 > Ralph David b. ca. 1912 > Mike Stone (birth name: Ralph Everett Barron) (participant)
Migration: GA > AL

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Robert Lee Barron

John Henry Barron b. 1872 > William Turner b. 1904 > Robert Lee Barron (participant)
Migration:  MS > TX > MI

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John Rochelle Barran

Silas Barron b. ca. 1775 > Elias W. Barron b. 1835 > John Silas Barran b. 1871 > Albert Marion Barran b. 1894 > Emmette L. Barran b. 1916 > John Barran (participant)

Migration: NC > GA > AL

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Earlye Barron

William Barron b. 1820 > Hiram David Barron b. 1857 > Early Dolphus b. 1889 > Earlye Barron (participant)

Migration: GA

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George Thomas Barron

Thomas Barron b. 1757 > Barnabas Barron b. 1793 > James Alford Barron b. 1845 > George Daniel Barron b. 1896 > George Thomas Barron (participant)

Migration: NC > GA > AL

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Clarence Moran Barron Jr.

Robert W. Barron b. 1819 > William J. b. 1854 > Robert Jackson b. 1896 > Clarence Moran Sr. b. 1931 > Clarence Moran Jr. (participant)

Migration: GA > AR > TX

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Michael Edward Barron Sr.

James Barron > Barnabas B. b. 1810 > Jesse H. b. 1838> Grover C. b. 1883 > Edgar b. 1915 > Michael Edward Barron Sr. (participant)

Migration: GA > AL

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Nathan Mitchell Barron

Joseph Mitchell Barron 1900 > Harold Royce > Nathan Mitchell Barron (participant)

Migration: MS > TX

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Arthur Patrick

___ & Frances Patrick (who later married James Hogan) > Wright Patrick 1789 > John Patrick b. 1810-13 > John Nelson Patrick 1840 …

Migration: Camden and Wayne counties, GA, and Orange and Alachua counties, FL

NOTE: Arthur Patrick shows no mutations from the Barron Clan 4 baseline at 67 markers.

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Dan Patrick

___ & Frances Patrick (who later married James Hogan) > Wright Patrick 1789 > John Patrick b. 1810-13 > James Jasper Patrick  1837 …

Migration: Camden and Wayne counties, GA, and Orange and Alachua counties, FL

NOTE: Dan Patrick shows only one mutation from the Barron Clan 4 baseline at 67 markers.

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Christopher Robert Barron

Joseph Barron 1822 > John Barron 1852 > Norman Barron 1898 > Christopher Barron 1926 > Christopher Barron (participant)

Migration: Yorkshire, England > Durham, England

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Ronnie Lewis Barron

Thomas Barron b. 1757 > Barnabas Barron b. 1792 > Sanford C. Barron b. 1833 > Alfred Floyd Barron b. 1857 > Clarence Dewitt Barron b. 1904 > Ronnie Lewis Barron (participant)  

Migration: North Carolina > Georgia  

CLAN 5 - 4 members 
Haplogroup R-M269

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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Samuel Earl Barron

Samuel c. 1780 > Ridley 1821 > Edward Preston "Press" 1856 > LeRoy 1895 > Lafayette Bud "LB" 1920 > Samuel E. Barron (participant)
Migration:  MD > GA > AL > AR > TX

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James William Barron

Samuel c. 1780 > Ridley b. 1821 > John W. 1847 > William Warren 1884 > Chester James 1911 > James William Barron (participant)

Migration: MD > GA > AL > TX > LA

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Norman Reese ‘Sonny’ Barron

Samuel Barron c. 1780 > Benjamin Abner Barron 1820 > Leonidas Ward Barron 1848 > Benjamin Norman Barron 1875 > Benjamin Arthur Barron 1908 > Norman Reese Barron (participant)

Migration: MD > GA > AL > TX > OK

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Robert Louis Parker

James Parker?? > Woodson Daniel Parker 1796 > Henry Emanuel Parker 1817 > Woodson Daniel Parker 1841 > Lewis Sebring Parker 1871 > Clarence Monroe Parker 1904> Robert Louis Parker (participant)

Migration: NC ? > TN > MO > IN > AR > OK

NOTE: Robert Louis Parker shows only one mutation from Norman Barron on 67 markers.

CLAN 6 - 4 members 
Haplogroup R-M269

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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William Nathaniel Gale Barron

Joseph ca. 1758 > William Nathaniel Gale 1801 > William Nathaniel Gale, Jr. 1840 > Robert Patton 1868 > William Nathaniel Gale 1901 > William Nathaniel Gale, Jr. 1929 > William Nathaniel Gale Barron III (participant)
Migration:  Ireland > VA > TN > WI

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William Harry Barron, III

John 1755 > John, Jr. 1799 > William Huston 1833 > William Harry > 1879 > William Harry, Jr. 1907 > William Harry Barron III (participant)
Migration:  County Antrim, N. Ireland > PA > IA > MO > TX > FL

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Joseph Bruce Barron

Robert Barron abt. 1770 > James 1806 > Robert abt. 1827 > Thomas Hugh Algie 1863 > Robert Joseph 1890 > Thomas Hugh ? > Joseph Bruce Barron (participant)

Migration: County Antrim, N. Ireland > New Zealand     

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Samuel Barron

Robert Barron b. abt. 1759 > James Barron b. abt. 1782 > James Gibson Barron b. abt. 1813 > Samuel Barron b. abt. 1850 > Andrew McIlroy Barron b. 1903 > Samuel Barron (participant)

Migration: County Antrim, N. Ireland

CLAN 7 - 5 members 
Haplogroup R-M269

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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John Leonard Barron

Earliest known ancestor, Laurence Barron, immigrated to Newfoundland about 1798.   Grandfather John A. Barron, d. Newfoundland abt 1958.
Migration:  Ireland > Newfoundland, Canada > Ontario, Canada

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John Lowell Barron

John Walter Barron abt 1785 > Michael Roach 1810 > Walter 1840 > Raymond Boone 1889 > James L. 1920 > John Lowell Barron (participant)

Migration: County Kilkenny, Ireland > MO

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Matthew John Barron

Peter Barron 1835 > James 1868 > Peter Joseph 1901 > … Matthew John Barron (participant)

Migration: Ireland > Newfoundland, Canada

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Mark Vincent Barron

William Barron 1828 > Michael 1849 > William 1882 > Joseph 1928 > Mark Vincent Barron (participant)
Migration:  Ireland > Newfoundland, Canada > Boston, MA

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Jim Pembroke

Michael Pembroke  1806 > Joseph Pembroke 1857 > Martin Pembroke 1885 > Patrick Joseph Pembroke 1920 > Jim Pembroke (participant)

Migration: Wexford, Ireland > U.S.

Note: Jim Pembroke shows Y-DNA and autosomal DNA matches to members of Barron Clan 7.  Clan 7 is loosely connected, and Jim’s matches are as close to the Barrons as they are to each other.  More persons from this Barron Clan are needed to DNA test to determine whether Jim’s matches are real or perhaps coincidence.

CLAN 8 - 3 members 
Haplogroup R-M269

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

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Michael Patrick Barron-Wike

John 1792 > James 1821 > John James 1858 > James Stanislaus 1887 > Hubert James 1917 > Michael Patrick Barron-Wike (participant)
Migration:  Cappoquin, County Waterford, Ireland > Wales > England > Canada and California (many family members remain in County Waterford, Ireland)

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Declan Barron

Edmund (Edward) 1798 > Thady (Timothy) ca. 1847 > James 1893 > Earnan (Ernest) 1923 > Declan (participant)

Migration: County Clare, Ireland

3

Michael Edward Barron

James C. abt. 1832 > Sterling Price 1865 > Osmond Martin Sr. 1893 > Osmond Martin Jr. 1926 > Michael Edward (participant)

Migration: County Wexford or Waterford, Ireland > St. Louis, MO

CLAN 9 – 4 members

Haplogroup I-M223

This is a closely-related group of individuals, whose documented ancestry shows Caleb Barron b. 1797 > Ezekiel b. 1838 > Solomon b. 1861 > Chester b. 1890 > William Chester Barron b. 1926.  This line should be a branch of Clan 3, but does not match on Y-DNA.

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

1

James Brad Barron

James Chester > James Brad Barron (participant)

2

Clifford Barron

William Clifford Barron (participant)

3

Mike Barron

William Clifford > Mike Barron (participant)

4

Monte Barron

William Clifford > Monte Barron (participant)

CLAN 10 – 2 members

Haplogroup R-M269

These are two brothers, whose documented ancestry shows that their line should be a branch of Clan 3, but it does not match on Y-DNA.

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

1

Michael S. Banks

Caleb Barron b. 1797 > Ezekiel b. 1838 > Caleb Ezekiel b. 1858 > Pem Solomon b. 1892 > Alton “Dub” Barron b. 1926 > Michael S. Banks (participant)

2

Matthew Banks

Caleb Barron b. 1797 > Ezekiel b. 1838 > Caleb Ezekiel b. 1858 > Pem Solomon b. 1892 > Alton “Dub” Barron b. 1926 > Matthew Banks (participant)

UNASSIGNED - 26 individuals
The Haplogroup for each of the following individuals is shown below their respective names.  Any individual who wishes more information on his haplogroup history and geography may
click here.  It is noteworthy that a majority of the entire Barron Y-DNA participant list descends from the Celtic group of R-M269 found in the UK and Ireland.  Thus far, nine of ten unique clans (1 through 8, and 10, above) have designated the R-M269 haplogroup.

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Participant

Ancestral Lineage

1

Peter Robert Thomas Barron
Haplogroup I-M253

Lineage not available
Canada

2

Ricky Alan Barron
Haplogroup I-P37

Lineage not available
Missouri

3

James Ben Barron
Haplogroup G-M201

William abt. 1787 > James M. 1810 > Sidney K.  1850 > James Ben, Sr. 1884 > James Ben, Jr. 1911 > James Ben Barron III (participant)
Migration:  GA

4

Joseph B. Barron
 Haplogroup Q-M242

Miguel Barron b. bef. 1770; d. bef. 1809 > Jose Trinidad Barron 1792 > Jose Francisco de los Barron 1822 > Bonifacio Barron  1847 > Joseph "Pepe" Angelo Barron 1898 > Joseph Boniface Barron (participant)
Migration:  Mexico > TX > NM > CO

5

David Charles N. Barron
Haplogroup I-M253

William Fitzother mentioned Doomsday Book 1086 > (eighteen generations pass) > Captain James Barron (land petition, 1661) > Pierce m. 1697 > John b. 1718 > William b. abt. 1760 > John Netterville b. 1804 > Albert Henry b. 1843 > Arthur Frederick Netterville b. 1882 > Gerald Russell Lovett b. 1921 > David Charles Netterville Barron (participant)
Migration:  County Waterford, Ireland > England

6

Robert Brian Barron

Haplogroup R1b

Alexander b. 1750 > John 1789 > Joseph 1836 > Alexander Walker 1873 > George Brian Tore 1914 > Robert Brian Barron (participant)
Migration:  Banff, Scotland > Canada (abt. 1922)

(Note: Since Robert Brian Barron's test was undertaken through the Sorenson Foundation, not all markers match the FTDNA basis, so our comparison is limited to comparing 24 of the first 37 markers which leads us to the conclusion that since there is a minimum of a four step mutation difference, his ancestry will represent a new Barron line, should a closer match occur in the future.  Robert's Y-DNA results confirm that his Haplogroup is R1b, as expected for most individuals who have a Scotland lineage.)

7

James Alden Barron
Haplogroup
R-M269

John abt.1847 > James Alden 1881 > Richard Gafford 1912 > James Alden Barron (participant)
Migration:  MA > MI

8

Alan Barclay Barron
Haplogroup R-M269

His Barron lineage can be traced to Nairn in North East Scotland near Inverness as early as 1650.

9

David Allan Barron
Haplogroup R-M512

Thomas (or "Tomasz") b. 1876 > Edward J. 1912 > David Allan Barron (participant)
Migration:  Poland/Austria > PA

10

Bobby Steve Barron
Haplogroup R-M512

Stephen Adolphus b. 1911 > Bobby Steve Barron (participant)
Migration:  Likely Eastern Europe > IL

11

John Charles Barron
Haplogroup R-M512

John Siefus 1837 > John Franklin 1872 > Steward William 1904 > John Edwin 1942 > John Charles Barron (participant)
Migration:  England > Canada East/New York > Illinois > Wisconsin > descendents in Illinois

12

Peter Alexander Barron
Haplogroup R-M269

Lineage not available
Southland, New Zealand

13

Joseph Timothy Barron
Haplogroup R-M269

Charles 1851 > Amable C. 1882 > John Amable 1914 > Harold Lawrence abt. 1940 > Joseph Timothy Barron (participant)
Migration:  Quebec, Canada > Manitoba, Canada > ND > MI/OH

14

Brian Barron
Haplogroup
R-M269

Charles Barron abt. 1820 > Frederick 1841 > Alfred W. 1878 > Leonard abt. 1912 > Brian Barron (participant)
Migration:  Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England > London, England

15

John Barron
Haplogroup R-M269

Samuel Barron abt. 1803 > Samuel abt. 1847 > Samuel abt. 1897 > William Robert > John Barron (participant)  

This line is identified as being descended from Niall of the Nine Hostages.
Migration:  County Antrim, Ireland

16

Lawrence Jasper Haplogroup I-M253

Believed to be a descendent of Commodore James Barron 1768 through a possible son John W. Jasper 1832 (by Catherine Jasper 1812)

17

Michael Alan Barron    Haplogroup R-M269

James A. Barron 1818 > James Asbury 1849 > William Lewis 1876 > James Leigh 1905 > Allen Lee 1960 > Michael Alan Barron (participant)

Migration: MD > GA > VA > WV > KY

18

Duane LaVann Woody

Haplogroup R-Z49

Cleofus Barron > Juan Morales 1896 > Juan LaVann 1931 > Duane La Vann Woody (Barron) (participant)

Migration: Mexico > CA > MA

19

Max Mawby

Haplogroup R-M269

Joseph Barron 1821 > Thomas 1849 > Herbert Lawrence 1892 > Walter James 1925 > Terrence Walter 1952 > Max Barron (Mawby) (participant)

Migration: Lancashire, England > New South Wales, Australia

20

Malcolm George Barron

Haplogroup R-M269

William Barron 1753 of Gorthlik, Dores, Scotland > Robert 1789 > William 1816 > John 1849 > William Esq. 1878 > James Alexander 1905 > Malcolm George Barron (participant)

Migration: Scotland > South Africa

21

Edward Byrnes

Haplogroup R-M269

Bernard “Bryan” Barron 1800 > Peter John Barron 1861 > Robert Francis Byrnes b. 1895 > Robert Francis Joseph Byrnes b. 1923 > Edward Byrnes (participant)

Migration: Galway, Ireland > Pennsylvania, USA

22

L. Barron

Haplogroup R-M269

Hugh Barron 1828 > Patrick William b. 1865 > Arthur William b. 1900 > Lawrence Joseph b. 1926 > L. Barron (participant)

Migration: Ireland > Illinois, USA

23

William Barron

Haplogroup I-P37

Israel Barron 1850 > Morris M. 1874 > Isadore “Irving” “Doc” Jay 1907 > William Barron (participant)

Migration: Russia > Belarus > New York > Ohio

24

Michael James Barron

Haplogroup R-M269

Michael 1842 > Michael 1863 > James Patrick  1904 > Michael James Barron (participant)

Migration: Ireland > England > South Africa

25

Bill Barnes

Haplogroup R-BY33483

William Barnes > Thomas Barnes 1844 > William Barnes (Barron) 1872 > William Barnes 1899 > Bill Barnes (participant)

Migration: Ireland > Lancashire, England

26

Devyn Barron

Haplogroup R-M269

Ellis Barron 1605 > Moses Barron 1643 > Samuel Barron 1679 > Moses Barron 1709 > Moses Barron 1738 > Abel Barron 1769 > Dewitt Clinton Barron 1814 > Henry Clinton Barron, Sr.1855 > Henry Clinton Barron, Jr. 1901 > Richard Clinton Barron Sr, 1925 > generation > Devyn Barron (participant)

Migration: Ireland > MA > NH > VT > WI > CA