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Two Primary Y-DNA Genetic Families (so far)

Last Updated 19 May 2015 by Steve Fanning

There are two primary genetic families that our Y-DNA evidence (i.e. paternal line) has revealed so far. Based on genealogical records, these two genetic families come mainly from three common ancestors (i.e. DNA alone cannot yet group our results by specific common ancestors). These common ancestors helped shape early America. Genetic Family 01 has one main patriarch and this family came from Ireland and settled early Connecticut. Data from this project definitively proves that this genetic family is unrelated (within a genealogical time frame) to the other genetic family.

  1. Edmund Fanning (c1620 Ire - 1683 Stonington CT) is the patriarch of our Fanning Connecticut line.

Genetic Family 02 has two main patriarchs. Descendants of these men are closely related in genealogical terms (i.e. high probability of sharing a common ancestor within 24 generations), but the DNA evidence and paper trail show these two men were more likely cousins than siblings or father/son. Interestingly, their families lived very near each other in the Wythe/Carroll County area of Virginia in the late 1700s and early 1800s.

  1. Bryan Fannin (c1698 - 1765 Amelia Co. VA) is the patriarch of our Fannin Virginia line. Several of his descendants lived along Crooked Creek in present-day Wythe County, VA (due north of the area of Virginia where John Fanning and kin lived). His descendants, given the current data, are DYS464b = 15 and DYS557 = 16.
  2. John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA) is the patriarch of our Fanning Virginia line. He and his descendants lived along Chestnut Creek in present-day Carroll County, VA (due south of the area of Virginia where Bryan Fannin's line lived). His descendants, given the current data, are DYS464b = 16 and DYS557 = 14.

We also have many others that have tested and are from different genetic families. We are looking for more data to further understand the genealogy of these lines and better group them into genetic families.


Genetic Family Grouping Standard

Last Updated 19 May 2015 by Steve Fanning

Below is the criteria we use to determine genetic family grouping:

  1. Haplogroup & subclade (e.g. R-M269)
  2. Surname variant (e.g. Fanning, Fannin)
  3. 37+ marker test
  4. FTDNA Genetic Distance (GD) <= 2 for 37 markers and <= 5 for 67 markers (compared to group's modal haplotype)
  5. FTDNA TiP >= 80% at 24 generations (compared to group's modal haplotype)

The modal haplotype is the most common haplotype for that genetic family (listed in red text below). Ideally the haplotype used in the genetic distance and TiP comparisons is an exact match to the modal haplotype and has a solid paper trail.

Note that members that do not have a Fanning surname or variant are usually left ungrouped unless there is a solid 37+ marker DNA match with a Fanning member (including potentially SNP test confirmation). In this case, it would be probable that there was a non-paternity event (NPE) somewhere along the direct male line going back to 1300 (the approximate date when surnames began to be commonly used). It is also possible to be related via a common ancestor before the common usage of surnames. Otherwise, it is likely the proposed match is actually just a chance finding of convergence. One can read more about matching with dissimilar surnames at the ISOGG.


Member Paternal Pedigrees

For members who submitted them, our paternal pedigrees are listed below, grouped by Y-DNA genetic family and genealogical information. Note that the DNA evidence only proves the groupings by genetic family. Any patriarchal information below is based on genealogical information (i.e. paper trail). These pedigrees were voluntarily submitted by our members. You can use this information to more easily connect your family tree to a given DNA result (or help others correct their pedigree). The kit number corresponds to the number you will find in the results tables under the "DNA Results" link on the left. If you are a member and have not submitted your pedigree yet, please email the admin team as this information is very useful to others. If you are concerned about privacy, consider only submitting starting from your grandparents or even great-grandparents to as far back as you can confidently go.

* - Ancestor not proven.


E-L117 No Matches

Kit 159833 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - This member is from an Australian line of Fannings that we don't have much data on. FTDNA has no matches to any other Fannings in their database. The only matches are to a few Coles, but these are not strong matches. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers. We also encourage other Australian Fannings to test, as we need more data.

  1. John Fanning m Bridget Higgins abt 1820
  2. John Fanning m Catherine Delahuntey 1851
  3. Patrick Fanning m Mary Bourke 1893

GENETIC FAMILY 01 (I-M253): Edmund Fanning (c1620 Ire - 1683 Stonington CT)

Kit 190881 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Edmund Fanning based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Edmund Fanning b. 1620 d. 1683 m. Ellen emigrated USA 1653
  2. Edmund Fanning b. 1651 Tipperary Ireland d. 1768 m. Margaret Mary Billings b. 1659 d. 1715
  3. Edmund Fanning b. 1682 d. 1768 m. Hannah Parke b. 1685 d. 1734
  4. William Fanning b. 1715 d. 1758 m. Anna Miner b. 1718 d. 1752
  5. William Fanning b. 1741 d. 1799 m. Zerviah Stanton b. 1742 d. 1816
  6. Edmund Fanning b. 1762 d. 1835 m. Mercy Corp b. 1760 d. 1830
  7. James Fanning b. 1799 d. unknown m. Eunice Turner b. 1794 d. 1870
  8. Edmund Seymour b. 1832 d. 1888 m. Hannah Fanning (cousin) b. 1830 d. 1909
  9. Edmond Seymour b. 1868 d. 1948 m. Sarah Olive Josephine Wilson b. 1869 d. 1928
  10. Leo Edmond Fanning b. 1904 d. 1992 m. Gladys Irene Roberts b. 1904 d. 1990
  11. Kit donor m. Barbara Houghtaling b. 1942 d. 1998

Kit 95926 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 96%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and an 96% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Edmund Fanning based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Edmund Fanning born abt 1620 Ireland died 19 Aug 1683 Stonington CT m Ellen
  2. Edmund Fanning born abt 1651 Ireland died abt 1715 m Margaret BILLINGS
  3. Edmund Fanning born abt 1682 New London CT died 1768 m Hannah PARKE
  4. William Fanning born 23 Dec 1715 Groton CT died bet 1758-1762 m Ann MINOR
  5. William Fanning born abt 1741 prob nearGroton CT m unknown
  6. Edmund Fanning born abt 1764 New London Co. CT died Sep 1835 Boonville, Oneida Co. NY m Mercy CORPS
  7. Samuel Fanning born 28 May 1786 prob Rennselaer Co. NY died 21 Jul 1863 prob Philadelphia, NY m Lucy TURNER
  8. Charles Duane Fanning born 28 Aug 1824 Trenton, Oneida Co., NY died 18 Dec 1908 Champion NY m Melissa Ann SNOW
  9. Clarence Eugene Fanning born 28 Jul 1864 Champion, Jefferson Co., NY died 10 Feb 1942 m Anna Louise WISNER
  10. Clarence Roscoe Fanning born 12 Feb 1903 Denmark, Lewis Co., NY died 7 Nov 1987 near Copenhagen, NY m Faye Theodora HAYS
  11. Kit donor m Mary Christine BALLUFF

Kit 115838 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 79%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 79% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Edmund Fanning based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Edmund Fanning born abt 1620 Ireland m Ellen died 19 Aug 1683 Stonington CT
  2. Thomas Fanning born 1655 m Frances ELLIS died 27 Apr 1704 Stonington,CT
  3. James Fanning born 30 Apr 1695/ bap 12 Aug 1694 Stonington, CT m (1) Hannah SMITH (2) Thankful Hinckley CHESEBROUGH died 15 Apr 1779
  4. James Fanning born 22 Mar 1719 Smithtown, Suffolk Co., NY m (1) Deborah WARNER (2) Pernal MOORE (3)?? Hildreth died 16 Sep 1805, Flanders LI, NY
  5. James Fanning born 1 Dec 1742 Southold, LI, NY m Mary REEVE died bef 10 May 1809
  6. Nathaniel Fanning born 15 Aug 1777 Aquebogue, LI, NY m Abigail TERRY died 3 Mar 1866 Flanders, LI, NY
  7. Harvey Lester Fanning born 13 Jun 1822 Flanders, LI, NY m Mary Anne TUTHILL died 1 Dec 1889 Flanders, LI, NY
  8. Harvey Pierson Fanning b 25 Apr 1852 m Zola May GOODALE died 1924 Riverhead, NY
  9. Oscar Ford Fanning born Flanders, LI, NY 18 May 1880 m Clara Brost died Jan 1974
  10. Lester Albert Fanning born 21 Oct 1906 m Ruth HAESSIG died 29 Jan 1991
  11. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 01 (I-M253): Common Ancestor Unknown

Kit 120450 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 96%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 96% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Edward Fanning married to Johanna DARMODY Tipperary, Ireland
  2. William Patrick Fanning born Thurles Co Tipperary 1811 m Catherine HAYES in Cork Ireland in 1841 died Bulla, Victoria, Australia 1876. Emigrated to Port Philip, Victoria, Australia, on the Enmore 1841
  3. Edward Francis Fanning born 1850 Bulla, Victoria, Australia died Melbourne Australia 1927
  4. William Patrick Fanning born Victoria, Aust.1885 died 1935
  5. Francis Collins Fanning born Victoria, Aust.1892 died 1932
  6. Kit donor

Kit 104984 Fannin []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 87%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and an 87% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Matthew Fannin born 1808 Ireland m Sarah died 8 Apr 1872
  2. John Fannin born 1841 Liverpool, Merseyside, England m Hannah BARNARD 21 Oct 1860 died 6 Aug 1888Bermondsey, Southwark, England
  3. Samuel Fannin born 1874 Bermondsey, Southwark, England,m Ada Emily WICKES 1905 St. Olave, Southwark, England died 1960
  4. Ernest Fannin born 11 Jul 1913 Bermondsey, Southwark, England m Ellen May WILLATT 5 Mar 1938 died 20 Dec 1985
  5. James David Fannin born 25 Sep 1940 Bury, St. Edmunds, England m Sylvia June BATTAMS25 Sep 1961 London, England died 6 Aug 1989 Winston Hills, Australia
  6. Kit donor

Kit 345169 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - This member is the modal haplotype and is the point of comparison for all members of this genetic family.

  1. Nicholas Fanning, b 1843 Ireland, d 1896 Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, married Mary Jane Donahue, b 1843, Ireland, d 1906, Kenosha, Kenosha, WI. Nicholas is first seen in US in 1860 Federal Census working on William Lynch farm in Paris, WI.
  2. Edward W Fanning, b 4 Jan 1876 Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, d 1 Jan 1946 in Kenosha Kenosha, WI, married Jeanette Irving, b 18 Oct 1876 in Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, d 19 Dec 1957 in Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha, WI.
  3. Robert J Fanning, b 24 Dec 1909, in Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, d 7 Jul 1995 in Tucson, Pima, AZ, married Lucille M Hartl, b 26 Mar 1913 in Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, d 30 Sep 2000 in Tucson, Pima, AZ
  4. Kit donor

Kit 480305 Fanning []

06 May 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Nicholas Fanning, b 1843 Ireland, d 1896 Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, married Mary Jane Donahue, b 1843, Ireland, d 1906, Kenosha, Kenosha, WI. Nicholas is first seen in US in 1860 Federal Census working on William Lynch farm in Paris, WI.
  2. Edward W Fanning, b 4 Jan 1876 Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, d 1 Jan 1946 in Kenosha Kenosha, WI, married Jeanette Irving, b 18 Oct 1876 in Kenosha, Kenosha, WI, d 19 Dec 1957 in Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha, WI.
  3. Father
  4. Kit donor

Kit 424243 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 76%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 76% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. John Fanning b. 1810 Ireland
  2. John J Fanning b. 1842 Ireland d. 1909 IL
  3. James P Fanning b. 1870 IL d. 1910 IL
  4. James P Fanning b. 1908 IL d. 1993 IL
  5. Kit donor

Kit 106683 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 79%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 79% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Martin Fanning born abt 1857 Ireland died unk m Mary A.
  2. John Martin Fanning born abt 1892 Chicago, IL died unk m Margaret MCCONVILLE
  3. John Martin Fanning born 1918 Chicago, IL died 2000 Palos Hills IL m Mildred CHESTER
  4. Kit donor

Kit 444119 Fannin []

02 Dec 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 77%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 77% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. James H. Fannin, b1739 d1803 Greene county, Georgia
  2. William Y. Fannin, b Oct 20 1773 South Carolina. d 1849 Randolph County, Alabama
  3. Joseph P. Fannin, b 1820 Georgia. d 1849
  4. William A Fannin, b Dec 21 1845 Chambers county, Alabama. d April 2 1902 Upshur county, Texas
  5. Walter Clifford Fannin, b Jan 21 1887 Bettie, Texas. d March 18, 1930 Harrison county, Texas
  6. Charles Hendrix Fannin, b Oct 3 1924 Baldwin, Harrison county, Texas. d Nov 6 1991 Hampton, Virginia
  7. Living
  8. Kit donor

Kit B131335 Warminsky []

12 Nov 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this non-Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 6, a TiP12 score of 78%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 78% chance within the last 12 generations). Even without a Fanning variant surname, the Y-DNA evidence shows a solid match (all 67-marker matches are Fannings) and suggests a non-paternity event.

  1. John Huckaby Fannin b. Georgia-1818 d. Alabama-1901
  2. John Franklin Fannin b. Alabama-1860 d. Alabama-1930
  3. Nolan Luther Fannin Sr. b. Alabama-1901 d. Texas-1984
  4. Clarence Cannon “Tex” Fannin b. Alabama-1936 d. Arkansas-2001
  5. Kit donor

Kit B164884 Fanning []

10 Feb 2018 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 5, a TiP12 score of 90%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 90% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Michael Fanning b. 1820 Dundalk
  2. Peter Fanning b. 18 Jul 1847 Dundalk
  3. Peter Fanning b. 01 Jun 1881 Dublin
  4. Thomas Joseph Fanning b. 22 May 1904 Dublin
  5. Kit donor

Kit IN33989 Fenning []

09 Sep 2018 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. William Fenning b. 1843 Scotland
  2. Not provided
  3. Not provided
  4. Not provided
  5. Kit donor

J-M172 No Matches

Kit 91640 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. The FTDNA 67+ marker matches suggest this person is more likely from a Holt genetic family (all of their matches are Holt, except one who is not a Fanning surname and is also a Holt match). The Y-DNA evidence suggests a non-paternity event. The below pedigree is likely inaccurate since this line is known to be from the Bryan Fannin line (genetic family 02).

  1. Middleton Fanning born abt 1765 VA m Delphia Ann MOORE
  2. Middleton Fanning Jr. born abt 1796 GA m Rachel HARPER
  3. George W. Fanning born abt 1833 Lincoln Co. TN m Marth Ann SMITH abt 1850
  4. John M. Fanning born abt 1851 Lincoln Co. TN m Sarah Jane LUTTRELL 1874 Guadalupe Co. TX Adoption of Surname

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): Bryan Fannin (c1698 - 1765 Amelia Co. VA)

Kit 150275 Fannon []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan Fannin, Sr. b ca.1698 d Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth (Unknown)
  2. Achilles Fannon, Sr. b 1728 - 1730 d 1812 Wythe Co, VA m Rose (Unknown)
  3. Acles Fannon,Jr. b 1750-60 Amelia Co., Va. d Dec., 1733 Wythe Co., Va. m. Mary Havens
  4. Briant Fannon b Dec. 1, 1790 Wythe Co., VA. d. April 16, 1872 Lee Co., VA. m. Abegail Muncey
  5. Jesse R.D. Jesreel Fannon b. Sept. 7, 1817 Wythe Co., VA.d. 1875 m. Elender Thompson.
  6. James William Fannon b. 1841 Wythe Co., VA. m. Ava B.
  7. Jesse Dempsey Fannon b. Oct 22, 1868 Lee Co, VA. d. Feb. 10, 1960 Coeburn Wise Co., VA. m 1st Unknown 2nd Josephine Victoria Mullins)
  8. Demsey Crocket Fannon b. May, 1897 Coeburn, Wise Co., VA. d. abt 1963. M. Maude Kilgore
  9. Jesse Demps Fannon (called JD) b. 7 Oct 1921 d. 10 April 1993 Banner, Coeburn, Wise Co., VA m Edith Pearl Buchanan
  10. Jessie Walker Fannon b. 4 June 1927 Inman, Coeburn, Wise Co. VA. M Eula James
  11. Kit donor

Kit 79277 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 89%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and an 89% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryant Fannin abt.1698 VA. -1765 Amelia Co. VA /Elizabeth ECHOLS or MIDDLETON
  2. Achilles Fannin abt. 1735 VA - 1812 Wythe Co. VA /Rose Unk.
  3. David Fannin abt. 1753 Amelia Co. VA.- 1832 Floyd Co. IN./Jane LOCKHART
  4. David Fannin abt 1788 Wythe Co. VA. - 1857 Rowan Co. KY/Sarah Sally DA
  5. Travis Fannin 1819 Floyd Co. KY - 1899 Morgan Co. KY/Nancy BURCHETT
  6. John J. Fannin 1848, Morgan Co. KY - 1915 Magoffin Co. KY/Lydia Ann CONLEY
  7. John Henry Fannin 1886, Morgan Co. KY - 1964, Bexar Co. TX, Floy Ellie MILLER
  8. William Warner Fannin 1921,Bexar Co. TX - Dorothy SPENRATH
  9. Kit donor

Kit N71021 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryant Fanning born abt 1698 died abt 1765
  2. Achilles Fannin abt. 1735 VA - 1812 Wythe Co. VA /Rose Unk.
  3. David Fannin abt. 1753 Amelia Co. VA.- 1832 Floyd Co. IN./Jane LOCKHART
  4. George Fannin b 28 Dec 1804 Russel Co. VA d 15 Feb 1880 Morgan Co. KY m Mary Mumpower
  5. Bryant Fannin b 21 Feb 1830 Morgan Co. KY d 31 Mar 1882 Roscoe m Sarah Watson
  6. Rolla Fannin b 30 Jul 1856 Elliot Co. KY d 15 Oct 1920 Elliot Co., KY m Almarinda Hunter
  7. Oscar Hugedon Fannin b 23 Jun 1891 Elliot Co., KY d 11 Apr 1968 Isonville, KY
  8. Kit donor

Kit 79127 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan(t) Fannin(G), SR born abt 1698 died Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth (Unknown)
  2. Achilles Fannin, Sr. born abt1735 died 1812 Wythe Co, VA m Rose (Unknown)
  3. Bryant Fannin born abt 1755 died c1839 Lawrence Co, KY m Mary (Unknown)
  4. Rev. John Fannin, Sr. born 30 July, 1779 Wythe Co, VA died 1853 m Keziah (Unknown)
  5. Isaac Fannin born 13 Sep, 1808 VA d 1845 m Sophia ROSS
  6. John D. Fannin born 15 Sep, 1831 Bear Creek, Lawrence Co, KY died 1899 m Mary Jane SEASOR
  7. Joseph Lewis Fannin born 17 July, 1886 Bolt's Fork, Boyd Co, KY died 1958 m Hermia Ann BAYES
  8. Walden Richard Fannin b. 16 Jul 1918 Boyd Co KY, d. 31 Jul 1968 Ironton, OH m Helen Virginia Hoptry
  9. Kit donor

Kit 188168 Fannon []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 97%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 97% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan Fannin, Sr. b ca.1698 d Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth (Unknown)
  2. Achilles Fannon, Sr. b 1728 - 1730 d 1812 Wythe Co, VA m Rose (Unknown)
  3. Acles Fannon,Jr. b 1750-60 Amelia Co., Va. d Dec., 1733 Wythe Co., Va. m. Mary Havens
  4. Bryant Fannon b Dec. 1,1790 Wythe Co., Va. d April 16, 1872 Lee Co., Va. m. Abegail Muncy
  5. Thomas Landon Fannon b March 8, 1822 Wythe Co., Va. d Nov. 19, 1909 Lee Co., Va.m. Jane Burke
  6. Charles Franklin Fannon b April 17, 1873 Lee Co., Va. d June 17, 1952 Lee Co., Va. m. Maggie Ross Anderson
  7. Wirt Earl Fannon b July 2, 1901 Lee Co., Va. d Oct. 29, 1983 Scott Co., Va. m. Pearlie Sue Moore
  8. Kit donor

Kit 188316 Mays []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this non-Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 96%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 96% chance within the last 12 generations). Even without a Fanning variant surname, the Y-DNA evidence shows a solid match and suggests a non-paternity event. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryant Fannin born abt 1698 died abt 1765
  2. Achilles Fannin abt. 1735 VA - 1812 Wythe Co. VA /Rose Unk.
  3. David Fannin abt. 1753 Amelia Co. VA.- 1832 Floyd Co. IN./Jane LOCKHART
  4. George Fannin b 28 Dec 1804 Russell Co. VA d 15 Feb 1880 Morgan Co. KY m Mary MUMPOWER
  5. Peter Mumpower Fannin b 26 Apr 1832 Morgan Co. KY d 28 Jan 1885 Carter Co. KY m Nancy W. HUNTER
  6. John C. M. Fannin b 4 Oct 1859 Elliott Co. KY d 11 May 1929 Bethel, Clermont Co. OH m Mary Elizabeth CARTER
  7. William Preston Fannin b 30 May 1887 d 8 May 1970 Georgetown, Brown Co. OH
  8. Unknown Mays [non-paternity event]
  9. Kit donor

Kit 159415 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan(t) Fannin(G), SR born abt 1698 died Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth
  2. Bryan Fannin, Jr. (wife Rachel Rottenberry) born ca. 1730 Died 1767 Sussex Co., Va.
  3. Bryan Fannin III (wife Permelia Hobbs)-- born ca. 1767 Sussex Co., Va.Died ca. 1831 Sussex Co., Va.
  4. Braxton Fannin born ca. 1795-98 Sussex Co., Va.Died ca 3 September, 1868Sussex Co., Va.
  5. John Braxton Fannin born 21 June 1854 Sussex Co., Va.Died 9 November, 1949 Sussex Co., Va.
  6. George Rose Fannin,Sr.born 21 January 1891 Sussex Co., Va.Died 1 September, 1971 Emporia, Va.
  7. John Richard Fannin, Sr.born 20 April, 1932 Sussex Co., Va.Died 12 Oct., 2000 Stony Creek, Sussex Co., Va.
  8. Kit donor

Kit 179698 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan(t) Fannin(G), SR born abt 1698 died Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth (Unknown)
  2. Bryant Fanning JR. born abt 1730 died abt 1767 m Rachel Rottenbury
  3. John Fanning born abt 1761 died abt 1803 m Mary ?Molly? Parks
  4. Welcome Fanning born abt 1799 died abt 1873 m Louisa Colley
  5. Bryan Fanning born 18 Oct 1842 Wilkes, Georgia died 26 May 1910, Atlanta, GA m Martha Emma Smith
  6. Edwin Lawton Fanning born 17 Sep 1884 Wilkes, GA died 15 Apr 1967 Coweta, GA m Louise Augusta Borowsky
  7. Albert H. Fanning born 12 Feb 1923 Fulton, GA died 2 Jan 1990 Island,WA m Marion Edna Anton
  8. Kit donor

Kit 182795 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 5, a TiP12 score of 91%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 91% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan(t) Fannin(G), SR born abt 1698 died Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth (Unknown)
  2. Bryant Fanning JR. born abt 1730 died abt 1767 m Rachel Rottenbury
  3. John Fanning born abt 1761 died abt 1803 Wilkes Co. GA m Mary PARKS
  4. Welcome Fanning Sr. b 1799 Wilkes Co. GA died 1873 Wilkes Co. GA m Louisa COLLEY
  5. John Colley Fanning b 1821 Wilkes Co. GA d 1870 Wilkes Co. GA m Marcia Ann GARTRELL
  6. Welcome Webster Fanning b 1865 Wilkes Co. GA died 1940 McDuffie Co. GA m Mary ?Mamie? Lou DILL
  7. James Choice Fanning b 21 Nov 1902 Wilkes Co. GA d. 01 Mar 2002 Clemson, SC m Lois COLLIER
  8. Kit donor

Kit 208687 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryan(t) Fannin(G), SR born abt 1698 died Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth(Unknown)
  2. Bryant Fanning JR. born abt 1730 died abt 1767m Rachel Rottenbury
  3. John Fanning born abt 1761 died abt 1803 mMary “Molly” Parks
  4. Bryan Fanning b abt 1795 Wilkes Co. GA died abt 1829 Wilkes Co. GAm 5 Dec 1822 Wilkes Co. GA Elizabeth Green
  5. James G. Fanning b abt 1824 Wilkes Co. GA died abt 1885 Fannin Co.TX m 27 June 1855 Union Co. AR Mary P Sims
  6. John Thomas Fanning b abt 1862 Union Co. AR died abt 1902/03Stephens Co. OK or Fanning Co. TX m abt 1892 Dora Pendley
  7. Lawrence "Lonnie" Edward Fanning b 13 Sep 1899 Hope, Stephens Co.OK d 7 Oct 1982 Canyon, Randall Co. TX m Agnes Ann Walker
  8. Kit donor

Kit 130262 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 97%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 97% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Middleton Fanning b. c1765 VA, d. Lincoln Co., TN, m. Delphia Ann MOORE
  2. Middleton Fanning m Rachel HARPER
  3. George Washington Fanning m Martha Ann SMITH
  4. William Buchanan Fanning m Mary Ruth LEWIS Chaney Lafayette Fanning m Mary Della PAINTER
  5. Kit donor

Kit 183603 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Middleton Fanning b. c1765 VA, d. Lincoln Co., TN, m. Delphia Ann MOORE
  2. William Agood Fanning b c1798 SC d 28 Aug 1879 Jackson County AL m Jane ?Jinsa? TERRY
  3. Stephen Fanning b c1819 Lincoln Co. TN died aft 1880 prob Jackson Co. AL m (1) Nancy HOLT
  4. Milton Lowe Fanning b 31 Dec 1837 Jackson Co. AL died 11 May 1907 Madison Co. AL m 8 Aug 1849 Rachel b. JOHNSON
  5. James Martin ?Jimmy? Fanning b 26 Feb 1861 Jackson Co. AL died 17 Jun 1916 Madison Co. ALm (2) Martha Catherine Fanning
  6. Peter Kelley Fanning 13 Dec 1899 Madison Co. AL d 22 Oct 1967 Lincoln Co. TN m 23 Mar 1931 Laura Leslie OGLE
  7. Gary Max Fanning d. 14 Mar 2016 (kit donor)

Kit 137353 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - This member is the modal haplotype and is the point of comparison for all members of this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Middleton Fanning b. c1765 VA, d. Lincoln Co., TN, m. Delphia Ann MOORE
  2. Thomas Fanning b 1804 d 1880 m Sarah
  3. James Fannin b 1826 d
  4. Andrew Thadeaus Fannin b 1855 d 1943
  5. Samuel Meredith Mardy Fannin b 1878 d 1964
  6. Samuel Daniel Franklin Fannin b 1907 d 1962
  7. Daniel Earl Fannin b 1932 d 2003
  8. Kit donor

Kit 116477 Fannon []

14 Jan 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. Although his paper trail doesn't prove it, his Y-DNA111 TiP scores compared to kit 79127 suggests he is a descendant of Bryan Fannin (i.e. TiP5 79%, TiP6 87%, TiP7 92%, TiP8 96% compared to kit 79127, and 8 generations back from the kit donor for 79127 is Bryan Fannin).

  1. William Leo Fannin born 1865-1873 in WV, m. Malinda OSBORN
  2. Charley Bryan Fannin, born Oct 1895, Inez, Martin Co. KY, m. Gracie O.E. MCCOY died 1971
  3. Charles J. Fannin, born Dec 1927 Prestonsburg, Floyd Co. KY, m. Fay Imogene ADKINS died 1995
  4. Kit donor

Kit 507709 Gerling []

26 Jun 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this non-Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family even though he doesn't have a Fanning variant surname (donor was adopted and doesn't have info on father). We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers, as more Y-DNA precision might help better place this adoptees paternal line (leveraged in conjunction with the Family Finder matches and any paper trail information).

  1. Kit donor (adopted)

Kit B190980 Fanning []

14 Aug 2017 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Bryant Fanning born abt 1698 died abt 1765
  2. Achilles Fannin abt. 1735 VA - 1812 Wythe Co. VA /Rose Unk.
  3. David Fannin abt. 1753 Amelia Co. VA.- 1832 Floyd Co. IN./Jane LOCKHART
  4. John Fanning 1793 - abt 1861/ Matilda Bowen
  5. Isaac J. Fanning 1832 Alabama - 18 Nov 1920 Pickton, Hopkins County, Texas/ Eliza Elmira Means
  6. John Joseph Fanning 14 Sep 1874 Texas- 11 Aug 1943 Texas/ Signora Ethel Browning
  7. Norris Fulton Fanning 11 March 1909 Hopkins County,Texas- 31 July 1958 Hopkins County, Texas/ Esther Mae Turner
  8. Kit donor

Kit 905331 Fanning []

04 Jul 2019 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Bryan Fannin based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. *Bryan Fanning
  2. *Laughlin Fanning
  3. Middleton Fanning Sr
  4. Middleton Fanning
  5. Benjamin F. Fanning
  6. Jack Fanning
  7. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA) via son John

Kit 86695 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 92%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 92% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son John based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. John Fanning Jr. born abt 1765 NC died abt 1829 m Mary DAVIS
  3. Reuben Fanning born abt 1804 VA died 1853 Sullivan Co. MO m Martha Patsy LINEBERRY
  4. Jacob Fanning born 1829 VA died bef 1868 m Catherine HAMLIN
  5. Reuben H. Fanning born 2 May 1850 Sullivan Co. MO died 9 Feb 1917 prob Sullivan Co. MO m Mary Isabella GOODWIN
  6. Oscar Fanning born 2 Jan 1890 Sullivan Co. MO died 1972 m Ola Mae LINEHART
  7. Carlos Delano Fanning born 1935 died 1994 m Living
  8. Kit donor

Kit 225234 Fanning []

29 Jul 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 10, a TiP12 score of 58%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 58% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son John based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. John Fanning Jr. born abt 1765 NC died abt 1829 m Mary Davis
  3. Reuben B. Fanning born abt 1804 VA died 1853 Sullivan Co. MO m Mary Owens
  4. Reuben F. Fanning born 15 Jul 1847 died 28 May 1925 Sullivan Co. MO m Elizabeth Agnes George
  5. James Marion Asher Fanning born 14 Sep 1875 Sullivan Co. MO died 31 Aug 1942 Sullivan Co. MO m Minnie Belle Helms
  6. Francis Reuben Andrew Fanning born 28 Jul 1899 Sullivan Co. MO died 8 Dec 1970 Sullivan Co. Mo. m Nina Clair Nickell
  7. Living
  8. Living
  9. Kit donor

Kit 643211 Fanning []

29 Apr 2017 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 97%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 97% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son John based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. John Fanning Jr. born abt 1765 NC died abt 1829 m Mary Davis
  3. Reuben B. Fanning born abt 1804 VA died 1853 Sullivan Co. MO m Mary Owens
  4. John Fanning 1853 Sullivan Co MO - 1919 Linn Co MO
  5. Leonard Aaron Fanning 1892-1987
  6. John Richard Fanning 1925 MO - 1997 AZ
  7. Living
  8. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA) via son Jacob

Kit 72005 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 97%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 97% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy?
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sept 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. Andrew Jackson Fanning born 14 Feb 1837 Morgan Co. IL died 1 Oct 1913 Chanute, Neosho Co. KS m Laurinda SCOTT
  5. Francis Cass Fanning born 19 Oct 1861 Logan Co. IL died 25 Jun 1909 St. Joseph, MO m Eliza TOLLETH
  6. Vern Raymond Fanning born 13 Feb 1906 Wauneta, Chase Co. NE died 8 Nov 1967 Imperial, Chase Co. NE m Velma Catherine BARNES
  7. Frank Charles Fanning born 3 Oct 1928 Wauneta, Chase Co. NE died 30 Nov 1986 Florence, Lane Co., OR m LIVING
  8. Kit donor

Kit 133051 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 91%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 91% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Jacob based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sep 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. Nathan Stamp Fanning born abt 1818 IL? Died 11 May 1887 Fresno, Fresno Co., CA m Spicy Ann STEWARD
  5. Pleasant Sylvester Fanning born 2 Nov 1854 Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co., CA died 25 Jun 1934 Forest Grove, Washington Co., OR m Mary Eliza TOWNSEND
  6. Robert Leroy Fanning born 8 Dec 1894 Long Creek, Grant Co., OR died 19 Mar 1982 Fall River Mills, Shasta Co, CA m Gladys Maybell BARR
  7. Living
  8. Kit donor

Kit 170603 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 78%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 78% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Jacob based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA ?
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sep 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. Thomas J. Fanning born 1 Nov 1828 died 30 Sep 1899 MOm Mary Ann Lovell
  5. Charles C. Fanning born 20 May 1874 died 1 Sep 1955 Mo m Fannie Nance
  6. James Harold Hubert Fanning born 15 Oct 1908 died 16 Jul 1980 m LIVING
  7. Kit donor

Kit 89190 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 57%, and a TiP24 score of 97% (i.e. there is a 97% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 57% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Jacob based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sep 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. John Chadwick Fanning born abt 1816 died 12 Mar 1840 Morgan Co. IL m Martha Caroline GALLOWAY
  5. Cyrus Fanning born 7 Nov 1839 Morgan Co. IL died 14 Mar 1915 Leavenworth KS m Mary Jane MANSFIELD
  6. John Albert Fanning born 7 Dec 1860 Morgan Co. IL died 25 Nov 1934 Macoupin IL m Janice GILMORE
  7. Ross Fanning born 5 Nov 1905 died Jan 1972 m Mildred ARMSTRONG
  8. Kit donor

Kit 132636 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 89%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and an 89% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Jacob based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy?
  3. Benjamin Fanning born 21 Nov 1810 m Mary Ann Nichols died 30 Mar 1870 Morgan Co , IL
  4. James Monroe Fanning born 10 Mar 1840 m Sarah Eliza Shipley died 22 Dec 1927 Waverly Co., KS
  5. Harry Kenneth Fanning born 1886 m Mabel Bradley
  6. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA) via son Joseph

Kit 131810 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 78%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 78% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. John Fanning born abt 1790 VA m Sarah FRAZIER(?) died aft 1850
  4. Nathaniel Taylor Fanning born abt 1814m Nancy Idress Jane BOREN d 1865 Madison Co. AR
  5. James Fanning born 11 Jun 1843 AR m Mary Sarah Elizabeth BIRKES d 1922
  6. Thomas Wesley Fanning born 1862 m Margaret Fanning d 19 Jul 1943
  7. Asa Winfred Fanning born 26 Mar 1885 m Nellie GLAZE d 16 Feb 1960
  8. Elmer C. Fanning born 4 May 1921 m Nellie CROW d 21 May 1962
  9. Kit  donor

Kit 123599 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 68%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 68% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. John Fanning born abt 1790 VA m Sarah FRAZIER(?) died aft 1850
  4. Abraham Fanning, born Jun 1825 IL, m Rhoda Ann BIGGERSTAFF died 3 Feb 1905, gravesite Berryville, Carroll
  5. Robert Fanning, b 26 Jul 1848 Berryville, Carroll m Abigale Binyard WIERICK, died 26 Nov 1934 Chico, Butte Co., CA
  6. William Emerson Fanning, born 28 Sep 1876 Los Nietos, Los Angeles Co., CA m Stella May LANG, died 10 Feb 1979 Fullerton, Orange Co., CA
  7. Karl Henry Fanning born 1 Feb 1915, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA m Inez Christine JONES died 28 Oct 2000 Fullerton, Orange Co., CA
  8. Kit donor

Kit 83678 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 61%, and a TiP24 score of 98% (i.e. there is a 98% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 61% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. George Washington Fanning born abt 1791 VA died 25 Nov 1867 IL m Rebecca KELTNER
  4. John Keltner Fanning born 18 Nov 1816 Giles Co. TN died aft 1900 Morgan Co. IL m Martha Caroline GALLOWAY
  5. Samuel Levi Fanning 28 Jun 1855 Morgan Co. IL died 11 Mar 1943 St. Louis City, MO m Phebe Bailey CANHAM
  6. Morris Edgard Fanning 25 Oct 1886 IL died Dec 1956 Tulsa Co., OK m Bertha CARTER
  7. James Fanning born abt 1929 OK m JoAnn
  8. Kit donor

Kit 95907 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 61%, and a TiP24 score of 98% (i.e. there is a 98% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 61% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. George Washington Fanning born abt 1791 VA died 25 Nov 1867 IL m Rebecca KELTNER
  4. John Keltner Fanning born 18 Nov 1816 Giles Co. TN died aft 1900 Morgan Co. IL m Martha Caroline GALLOWAY
  5. Samuel Levi Fanning 28 Jun 1855 Morgan Co. IL died 11 Mar 1943 St. Louis City, MO m Phebe Bailey CANHAM
  6. Morris Edgard Fanning 25 Oct 1886 IL died Dec 1956 Tulsa Co., OK m Bertha CARTER
  7. Kit donor

Kit 263949 Fanning []

29 Jun 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 5, a TiP12 score of 81%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 81% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. The closest four Y-DNA67 matches are all descendants of John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA), with each match being a TiP8 score of 95%. We need genealogical information to corroborate, but it seems likely this donor is descended from John Fanning via one of his sons. It is not possible with Y-DNA alone to determine which son. Providing a pedigree could help, but for now we listed this member with John's son Joseph based on the member's most distant ancestor information.

  • No pedigree submitted, but lists most distant ancestor as Joseph Fanning b:1768, d:1848.

Kit 510695 Fanning []

28 Jul 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 91%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 94% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. The closest eight Y-DNA37 matches are all descendants of John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA), with each match being a TiP8 score of >= 88%. We need genealogical information to corroborate, but it seems likely this donor is descended from John Fanning via one of his sons. It is not possible with Y-DNA alone to determine which son. Further genealogical reserach will help, but for now we listed this member with John's son Joseph based on Ancestry.com trees. Upgrading to higher resolution Y-DNA tests will also refine the matches and TiP scores.

  1. Thomas Fanning, b. c1850 AR d. c1900 m. Sarah Bohanon
  2. Joseph Monroe Fanning b. 1887 AR d. 1967 OK m. Alice Belle Sumter
  3. Joseph Monroe Fanning Jr b. 1930 OK d. 1986 OK m. Velma Robbins
  4. Kit donor

Kit 606324 Fanning []

24 Jan 2017 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 7, a TiP12 score of 55%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 55% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. John Fanning born abt 1790 VA m Sarah FRAZIER(?) died aft 1850
  4. Abraham Fanning born Jun 1825 IL, m Rhoda Ann BIGGERSTAFF died 3 Feb 1905, gravesite Berryville, Carroll
  5. John Hindman Fanning Born: Berryville, AR 1862-1949 Died (Vanita, OK); Buried (Kermit, TX)
  6. Abram G. Fanning born: Berryville, AR 1893-1980 Died/Buried (Vanita, OK)
  7. John Raymond Fanning born: Bernice, OK 1924-2005 Died/Buried (Tulsa, OK)
  8. Living
  9. Kit donor

Kit MK45484 Fanning []

03 Feb 2019 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 7, a TiP12 score of 80%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 80% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. John Fanning born abt 1790 VA m Sarah FRAZIER(?) died aft 1850
  4. Abraham Fanning born Jun 1825 IL, m Rhoda Ann BIGGERSTAFF died 3 Feb 1905, gravesite Berryville, Carroll
  5. John Hindman Fanning Born: Berryville, AR 1862-1949 Died (Vanita, OK); Buried (Kermit, TX)
  6. Abram G. Fanning born: Berryville, AR 1893-1980 Died/Buried (Vanita, OK)
  7. John Raymond Fanning born: Bernice, OK 1924-2005 Died/Buried (Tulsa, OK)
  8. Kit donor

Kit MK45482 Fanning []

03 Feb 2019 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 7, a TiP12 score of 80%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 80% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. John Fanning born abt 1790 VA m Sarah FRAZIER(?) died aft 1850
  4. Abraham Fanning born Jun 1825 IL, m Rhoda Ann BIGGERSTAFF died 3 Feb 1905, gravesite Berryville, Carroll
  5. John Hindman Fanning Born: Berryville, AR 1862-1949 Died (Vanita, OK); Buried (Kermit, TX)
  6. Abram G. Fanning born: Berryville, AR 1893-1980 Died/Buried (Vanita, OK)
  7. John Raymond Fanning born: Bernice, OK 1924-2005 Died/Buried (Tulsa, OK)
  8. Living
  9. Living
  10. Kit donor

Kit 893861 Fanning []

05 Feb 2019 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 7, a TiP12 score of 80%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 80% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Joseph based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Joseph Fanning born abt 1768 NC died 1848 Franklin Co. AR m Barbara DAVIS
  3. John Fanning born abt 1790 VA m Sarah FRAZIER(?) died aft 1850
  4. Abraham Fanning born Jun 1825 IL, m Rhoda Ann BIGGERSTAFF died 3 Feb 1905, gravesite Berryville, Carroll
  5. John Hindman Fanning Born: Berryville, AR 1862-1949 Died (Vanita, OK); Buried (Kermit, TX)
  6. Abram G. Fanning born: Berryville, AR 1893-1980 Died/Buried (Vanita, OK)
  7. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): John Fanning (c1737 NC - c1813 Grayson Co. VA) via son Nathan

Kit 132287 Fannon []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 97%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 97% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Nathan based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Nathan FANNON born abt 1772 m Nancy died bef 1830
  3. Greenbury FANNON born abt 1805 m Jane REEVES died 29 May 1864 Andersonville GA
  4. James Luddie FANNON born 24 Jan 1832 TN m Mary Deborah BENNETT died 22 Feb 1908 Greene Co. TN
  5. George Washington FANNON born 10 Mar 1861 Greene Co. TN m Julia Evelyn BROYLES died 23 Nov 1934
  6. Gernia Otto FANNON born 15 Jun 1895 Greene co. TN m Sarah Georgia WHITE died 5 April 1986
  7. Kit donor

Kit 126069 Fannon []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 92%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 92% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with John Fanning son Nathan based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Nathan FANNON born abt 1772 m Nancy died bef 1830
  3. John FANNON born abt 1803 VA m Nancy STOKE died bef 1860
  4. John FANNON Jr. born abt 1824 Greene Co. TN m Elizabeth ?Betsey? Skiles died 1890 Phelps Co. MO
  5. James Samuel FANNON born 19 Mar 1848 TN m M.Emmeline TENNISON died 26 Jun 1939 Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co. TX
  6. Parry Newton FANNON born 4 Mar 1882 MO m Sarah Francis BAILEY died 11 Feb 1947 Alvarado, Johnson Co. TX
  7. Clyde Everette FANNON born 12 Apr 1919 TXdied 4 Jan 1999 Johnson Co. TX
  8. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): Tom Fanning (c1746 IRE - ?)

Kit 155262 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 76%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 76% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Tom Fanning based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Tom Fanning born 1746 Fenagh, Leitrim Co. Ireland m Mary Bohenn
  2. John Fanning born 1790 Fenagh, Leitrim Co. Ireland m Mary Dobson
  3. Henry Fanning b. 1814 at Shruhan, Fenagh Parish, Co. Leitrim d. 1886 married Catherine O'Neill
  4. Patrick Fanning b. 1850 at Scardawn, Fenagh Parish, Co. Leitrim d. 1934 married Mary Ann Beirne
  5. James Fanning b. 13 September, 1893 d. 9 January, 1986 married Mary Ann Curran
  6. Patrick J. Fanning b. 8 December 1931 at Scardawn, Fenagh Parish, Co. Leitrim d. aft 1970 married Chrissie Foley
  7. Kit donor

Kit 90704 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 5, a TiP12 score of 31%, and a TiP24 score of 88% (i.e. there is a 88% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 31% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Tom Fanning based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Tom Fanning born 1746 Fenagh, Leitrim Co. Ireland m Mary Bohenn
  2. John Fanning born 1790 Fenagh, Leitrim Co. Ireland m Mary Dobson
  3. Henry Fanning b. 1814 Sruhaun, Co. Leitrim, Ireland married in 1850 to Catherine O’Neill of Cullagh in Fenagh Parish, Co. Leitrim where she was b. in 1830. They moved to Scardawn, Fenagh Parish, Co. Leitrim in 1850. Henry Fanning died in 1886. Catherine O’Neill Fanning died in 1889.
  4. James Fanning married Bridget Geeheran. They lived on a small farm in Drumigna, County Leitrim.
  5. James Fanning married Mary J. McHugh
  6. Kit donor

Kit 94576 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 4, a TiP12 score of 60%, and a TiP24 score of 98% (i.e. there is a 98% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 60% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family. He is listed here with Tom Fanning based on genealogical, not Y-DNA, information.

  1. Tom Fanning born 1746 Fenagh, Leitrim Co. Ireland m Mary Bohenn
  2. John Fanning born 1790 Fenagh, Leitrim Co. Ireland m Mary Dobson
  3. Thomas Fanning born 21 Dec 1812 Ballinamore Parish, Leitrim Co., Ireland m Bridget REILLY
  4. Francis Fanning born 1846 Cincinnati, OH m Margaret Ann FLANAGAN
  5. Thomas Fanning born 23 Jan 1878 Corning, Indiana m Bridget KELLETT
  6. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 02 (R-M269): Common Ancestor Unknown

Kit 132541 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 91%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 91% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Joseph Fanning born 12 Nov 1807 TN m Susannah NICHOLS died 1 Sep 1892
  2. William Riley Fanning b 16 Mar 1833 m Nancy MOORE d aft 1900 Melvern, Osage Co. KS
  3. John M. Fanning b 2 Apr 1864 Morgan Co. IL m Martha OWNBEY d 14 Mary 1939 Abbeyville, KS
  4. Ora Harculus Fanning b 1 Oct 1900 Yokum, Carroll Co., AR m Jewell BUTLER d 25 Jun 1962 Blue Eye, Stone Co., MO
  5. Donald Leon Fanning b 7 Mar 1927 m MARTIN d 27 Jul 1978 Fresno, Fresno Co., CA
  6. Kit donor

Kit 126531 Fanning []

30 Jan 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 7, a TiP12 score of 42%, and a TiP24 score of 96% (i.e. there is a 96% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 42% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Robert Fanning born abt 1812, TN, m Mary McCurley
  2. John Bob Fanning born 5 Oct., 1837 Morgan Co., IL, m Emily Jane Tribble
  3. John William "Jack" Fanning, born 8 July, 1862, Morgan Co., IL, m Ella Nora Dugger
  4. Rubin Calvin Fanning, born 12 Mar., 1901, Morgan Co., IL, m Hazel Louise Birdsell
  5. Earl Eugene Fanning, born 16 Feb., 1926, Morgan Co., IL, m Joann Brown
  6. Kit donor

Kit 120849 Fannin []

26 Dec 2018 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 5, a TiP12 score of 96%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 96% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Henry Fannin b. c1844 GA d. aft 1880 m Isabella Turner
  2. Thomas Gaines Fannin born 5 Dec 1874 AL m Zolia RIGSBY died May 1935
  3. William Thomas Fannin born 23 Jul 1896 m Merdie Leslie HAMMONDS died 11 Jul 1962
  4. Dolan Arlton Fannin b. 17 Jul 1935 Tallassee, AL d. 28 Jul 2007 Montgomery Co. AL
  5. Kit donor

Kit 84572 Prosser []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this non-Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). Even without a Fanning variant surname, the Y-DNA evidence shows a solid match and suggests a non-paternity event.

  1. PROSSER Father was adopted c 1946

Kit N59640 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 37 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 72%, and a TiP24 score of 99% (i.e. there is a 99% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 72% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. James Fanning born 1710-1720 married Elizabeth (Unknown) Settled in SC ca 1750 died aft1804.
  2. Abraham Fanning born 1750-1755 married 1st Narcissa MCCOLPHEN 2nd Betty BURTON died aft 1810
  3. Joseph Fanning born 26 Jan 1778 married Christian CORBETT died 14 Feb 1837
  4. Joseph Watson Fanning born 14 Oct 1825 married Martha CORBETT died 10 Sept 1888
  5. Benjamin Christian Fanning born 25 Dec1858 married 1st Lura Elizabeth WILLAMSON 2nd Annie WINNINGHAM died 11 Aug 1941
  6. Benjamin Franklin Fanning born 23 Nov 1885 married Callie A. WILLIAMS died 28 Oct 1955
  7. Kit donor m Anne Virlee MITCHELL

Kit 80000 Fannon []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Holton Gains FANNON b. 07 Jan 1818 Wythe Co. VA d. 13 Jan 1899 Nodaway Co. MO m. Nancy Louisa HARMAN
  2. William Bryan FANNON b. Apr 1862 Andrew Co. MO d. 1924 m. Lillie May BEAUCHAMP
  3. Albert FANNON b. 02 Oct 1898 Nodaway Co. MO d. Feb 1971 m. Delila THOMPSON
  4. Richard Vernon FANNON b. 28 Mar 1927 Nodaway Co. Mo d. 1984 Cedar Rapids, IA m. June Audry VAUGHN
  5. Kit donor

Kit 82938 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. David Fannin born abt 1800 died 1878 m Julia JORDAN
  2. David J. Fannin born abt 1842 died 1911 m Eliza RAMEY
  3. James Mason Fannin born abt 1869 died 1948 m Cora
  4. Everett Fannin born 1897 died 1983
  5. Living
  6. Kit donor

Kit 217582 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 1, a TiP12 score of 99%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 99% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  • No pedigree submitted.

Kit 45455 Pierce []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this non-Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 3, a TiP12 score of 92%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 92% chance within the last 12 generations). Even without a Fanning variant surname, the Y-DNA evidence shows a solid match and suggests a non-paternity event.

  1. Samuel Berry Pierce b: abt.1781; NC; d: Aft. 1870; Alton, Oregon Co., MO; m: Winny F. Crow
  2. Sugar Darling Pierce b:1822; Wake Co., NC, d: Nov. 27, 1904; Alton, Oregon Co., MO; m: Keziah Forest Aug.-21, 1848; ,Carroll Co., TN
  3. Joseph Jackson Pierce b:July-12, 1849; Benton Co., TN, d: Oct.-31, 1918; Walnut Ridge, AR; m: Melinda Elizabeth Hodges July-16, 1876; Alton, Oregon Co., MO
  4. Hayden Mathew Pierce b:Oct.-31, 1878; Alton, Oregon Co., MO, d: Apr.-17, 1955; Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO;m: Stella May Middleton Mar.-15, 1902; Lockwood, Dade Co., MO
  5. Dr. Clare Middleton Pierce b: Aug.-05, 1909; Alton, Oregon Co., MO, d: May 1973; Kansas City, MO; m:(1) Lucy Mason (2) Hazel Fletcher
  6. Kit donor

Kit 156298 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 0, a TiP12 score of 100%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 100% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Silas M. Fannin b. abt 1822, KY/VA.,m. Mary Polly Ferguson
  2. John Willie Fannin b 1857 VA d. 1923 Ky.,m. (1) Mary Alice (Polly) Honeycutt (2) Louan Ward.
  3. Rev. Grover Fannin b. 1884 d. 1967 Van Lear, Johnson County, KY. m. Christine Honeycutt
  4. Hansford Fannin b.12 August 1923 d. 20 Mar 1988 in KY
  5. Kit donor

Kit 140515 Fanning []

30 Aug 2015 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 67 markers, this Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 2, a TiP12 score of 96%, and a TiP24 score of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and an 96% chance within the last 12 generations). This Y-DNA evidence groups this member with this genetic family.

  1. Patrick Fanning born unk m Bridget GANNON died 6 July 1855 Sruhan, Fenagh, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
  2. Michael Fanning b 1852 Ireland m Caroline died aft 1920
  3. Charles Leroy Fanning born 5 Oct 1901 RI m Emelia died Nov 1973 Cranston, RI
  4. Edward Raymond Fanning b 1929 RI
  5. Kit donor

Kit 251396 Kernan []

15 Sep 2016 - Compared to the modal haplotype for this genetic family at 111 markers, this non-Fanning surname member has an FTDNA genetic distance of 9, TiP12 of 71%, and TiP24 of 100% (i.e. there is a 100% chance that this member and the representative member have a common patriarchal ancestor within the last 24 generations and a 71% chance within the last 12 generations). This member's closest Y-DNA111 Fanning match has a genetic distance of 6, TiP8 76% and TiP12 96%. His closest Y-DNA67 Fanning match has a genetic distance of 3, TiP8 95%, TiP12 99% (unfortunately, this match is not part of the Fanning project and nothing is known about his pedigree). Of his top 67 marker matches (GD 1-4), 15 of 51 have Fanning variant surnames, with one Kierns, one McTiernan, and no Kernans/McKernans. Even without a Fanning variant surname, the Y-DNA evidence shows a solid match and suggests a non-paternity event.

  1. *John Kernan m. Mary Kenna 11 Jul 1859 Mountrath Co Laois Ireland
  2. James Kernan b. 1861 Co Laois IRE d. 1937 Manorcunningham, Letterkenny, Co Donegal m. Agnes Graham
  3. Jim Kernan b. 1902 Manorcunningham d. 1955 Newtoncunningham, Lifford, Co Donegal Ireland m. Kathleen Fitzpatrick
  4. Kit donor

GENETIC FAMILY 03 (R-M269): Common Ancestor Unknown

Kit 113108 Fanning []

10 Feb 2016 - Need more tests from this genetic family to establish a modal haplotype, as there are only two men that match each other but no other Fannings. We recommend hunting down more members to test and at some point 2-3 members will need to upgrade to 67+ markers to establish a better baseline for this genetic family.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1640 married (1) Jane (2) Alice died 1684-85
  2. Benoni Fanning born abt 1681 married Hannah died abt 1713
  3. John Fanning born abt 1709 married Mary TIPPET died 1745 St. Mary's Co. MD
  4. Josias Fanning born abt 1730 married Mary LEE died abt 1761-62 St. Mary's Co. MD
  5. Josias Fanning (Jr) born abt 1760 married unknown died unknown
  6. Joseph B. Fanning born 1795 married Lucy PALMER died abt 1846
  7. Henry Lee Fanning born 1828 Fauquier Co. VA married Narcissa Johnson died 1898
  8. Charles Alvin Fanning born 1846 married (1) Nora Bell CARRINGTON(2) Mertie MUSSER (3) Clara CLARK died 1931
  9. George Calvin Fanning b 1920 married (?) died 1997
  10. Kit donor

Kit B85550 Fanning []

10 Feb 2016 - Need more tests from this genetic family to establish a modal haplotype, as there are only two men that match each other but no other Fannings. We recommend hunting down more members to test and at some point 2-3 members will need to upgrade to 67+ markers to establish a better baseline for this genetic family.

  1. Isaac Fanning b. c1827 KY d. c1877 Bath Co. KY m. Amanda Cassity
  2. Belvard 'Belford' Peters Fanning b. 12 Jun 1856 Bath Co. KY d. 20 Oct 1929 Tulsa Co. OK m. Charlotte Hagaman
  3. Christopher Columbus Fanning b. 25 Jan 1890 Bath Co. KY d. 29 Aug 1954 Tulsa Co. OK m. Bertha Vernell McNew
  4. Robert 'Bob' Jack Fanning b. 03 Jan 1934 Tulsa Co. OK d. 21 Jun 2007 Tulsa Co. OK
  5. Living
  6. Kit donor

I-M253 No Matches

Kit 372696 Fanning []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 10 Feb 2016 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family.

R-M269 No Matches

Kit 80832 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches (their only match is to a Hannan). It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

  1. Robert Fannin born 15 May 1871 died 3 May 1940 Parish of Drung, Cavan Co., Ireland m Elizabeth SCOTT
  2. Robert Fannin born 30 Aug 1903 died 23 Dec 1974 m Jean MORRISON
  3. Kit donor

Kit 128362 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. The below pedigree is likely inaccurate since this line is known to be from the Bryan Fannin line (and his descendants are part of genetic family 02). It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 111 markers.

  1. Middleton Fanning b. c1765 VA, d. Lincoln Co., TN, m. Delphia Ann MOORE
  2. Benjamin F. Fanning b.10/7/1794 GA, d. 7/16/1870 Franklin Co., TN, m. Mahala WHITE
  3. William C Fanning b. c1828 TN, m. Martha Jane LUTTRELL
  4. Willis A. Fanning b. 7/1850 TN, after 1900 Dallas Co., TX, m. Mary A.
  5. William A Fanning. b. 1871 Franklin Co., TN, d. 12/29/1914 Dallas Co., TX, m. Minnie Mae LATIMER
  6. Thomas F. Fanning b. 1907 Dallas Co., TX, m. Lucie J.
  7. Kit donor

Kit 100562 Fannin []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

  1. Joseph Fannin born abt 1796-1802 died between 1877-1880 m Mary GALLION
  2. John Nelson Fannin born 1860 died 1940 m Sarah C.EASTON
  3. Joe Thomas Fannin born 1893 died 1956 m Olive Margaret RICE adoption of surname
  4. Kit donor

Kit 173456 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 111 markers.

  1. Jacob Fanning, b 16 Sep 1807, Clinton County, OH, d abt 1900, m Marinda Rood
  2. Samuel Horne Fanning, b 8 Oct 1852, Grant County, IN, d 17 Jun 1899, m Laura Josephine Reece
  3. Levi Fanning, b 5 Mar 1889, Upland, IN, d 25 Nov 1947, m Crystal Fern Brown
  4. Levi Fanning Jr, b 10 Jan 1927, Grant County, IN, d 8 Mar 1971, m Luella Dean McCreary
  5. Kit donor

Kit 147650 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. The below pedigree is likely inaccurate since this line is known to be from the Bryan Fannin line (genetic family 02). It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

  1. Bryan(t) Fannin(G), SR born abt 1698 died Jan/Feb 1765 Amelia Co, VA m Elizabeth
  2. Bryant Fanning JR. born abt 1730 died abt 1767 m Rachel Rottenbury
  3. John Fanning born abt 1761 died abt 1803 m Mary ?Molly? Parks
  4. Welcome Fanning born abt 1799 died abt 1873 m Louisa Colley
  5. Webster Fanning born abt 1831 m Virginia Callaway
  6. Reuben Frances Fanning born abt 1869 m Roselyn Armour
  7. Wayland Reuben Fanning m Elsie Louise Combs
  8. Living
  9. Kit donor

Kit 131673 Fanning []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

  1. Levi Wesley Fanning born 8 Feb. 1809 Wythe Co., VA died 5 June 1888 Linn Co., Ore m Nancy JAMES David Fanning Adoption of Surname
  2. Elias Ezra Fanning born 14 Aug. 1828 Morgan Co., Ill died Jan., 1901 Garfield Co., WA m Mary Ann GLEDHILL
  3. Edmund Christie Fanning born 19 Jan. 1854 Linn Co., Ore. died 30 Sept. 1901 Garfield Co., WA m Irene DAVIS
  4. Sylvester Edmund Fanning born 3 April 1883 Garfield Co., WA died 21 Nov. 1922 Douglas Co., WA m Pearl FITZGERALD
  5. Sylvester Earl Fanning born 24 July 1916 died 23 Dec. 1964 Clearwater Co., Ida m Lois ROE
  6. Kit donor

Kit 126295 & N44331 Finan []

19 May 2015 - These two kits appear to be from the same person. The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers and submitting a pedigree.

  1. William Finan d 1944
  2. Kit donor

Kit N41151 Fanning []

12 Sep 2015 - This member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches at either 111, 67, or 37 markers. It is possible that this member belongs to a previously unknown Fanning genetic family, but most likely it appears there was a non-paternity event. Most of the matches for this member have the Holt surname. It might prove useful to join the Holt surname project and see if that helps determine the genetic family.

  1. Thomas Fanning born England m Sarah
  2. John Fanning born abt 1796 Anson NC m Jane SWADLEY 27 Jun 1819 Knox Co. TN died MO
  3. Jacob Fanning born 1833 Dade Co. MO m Lucinda Fanning died bef 1869 MO
  4. Richard Harrison Fanning born 18 Feb 1861 Dade Co. MO m Malissa Jane SPENCE died 29 Jan 1941 Vallejo, Solano Co. CA
  5. Walther Nathaniel Fanning born May 1885 MO m Anna Dagmar Kofod died 7 Nov 1965 Alameda Co. CA
  6. Kit donor

Kit 340546 Fanning []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

Kit 224634 Fanning []

  • No pedigree submitted. Kit donor from Corrabarrick, County Leitrim, Ireland.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. It is possible that more data will reveal this member belongs to a previously unknown genetic family. We recommend upgrading to 111 markers.

Kit B55749 & 692028 Fanning []

25 Jun 2017 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. The haplogroup is one related to our project and the member has a Fanning variant surname, however this member does not have any FTDNA Fanning matches. The below pedigree is likely inaccurate since this line is known to be from the Bryan Fannin line (and his descendants are part of genetic family 02). The FTDNA 37+ marker matches suggest this person is more likely from a Southern/Southard/Southwood genetic family (all of his 37+ marker matches are either Southern or Southard, except one).

  1. Bryan Fanning
  2. Laughlin Fanning
  3. Middleton Fanning
  4. Middleton Fanning
  5. Andrew Jackson Fanning
  6. CJ Fanning
  7. Charles Fanning
  8. James Fanning
  9. Kit donor

Ungrouped


Ungrouped, But Dispositioned

Kit 233255 Loyless []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a Fanning. The FTDNA 67+ marker matches suggest this person is more likely from a Holt genetic family (all of their matches are Holt, except one). The one Fanning match they have is kit 91640, but the match is not strong (only a genetic distance of 5, TiP12 of 41%, and TiP24 of 95%) and the match is to a member from a haplogroup that is currently not associated with any Fanning genetic families.

Kit N30102 Shotwell []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a Fanning. There are no FTDNA 37+ marker matches to any Fannings (there are several matches to Trodgon).

Kit 194657 Tolleth []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a Fanning. There are no FTDNA 37+ marker matches. The FTDNA 25+ marker matches suggest this person is more likely from a Campbell genetic family (most of their closest matches are Campbells).

Kit 371231 Kehoe []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a Fanning. There are no FTDNA 67+ marker matches to any Fannings (there are a couple Kehoe and many Coffey).

Kit 314844 Munson []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a Fanning. There are several FTDNA 67+ marker matches to Fannings, but they are too distance (genetic distance of 7+) to warrant concluding a non-paternity event.

Kit 170672 Ames []

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches do include several Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include closer matches to a few Williams and other matches to many other surnames. While it is possible this member does belong in genetic family 02, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

  1. Charles Gordon AMES born 3 Oct 1828 Dorchester, Suffolk Co. MA born out of wedlock mother reported to be granddaughter of General Henry Knox. Member was adopted.

Kit 211398 Burris []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches do include a few Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include matches to many other surnames. While it is possible this member does belong to a Fanning genetic family, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers.

Kit 209423 Burris []

09 Jul 2017 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches do include several Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include matches to many other surnames. The Y-DNA67 matches are closer to Williams than Fanning (and there are several Williams matches in the Y-DNA37 matches). While it is possible this member does belong to a Fanning genetic family, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event.

  1. John Burris c 1790-1800 m Sarah McDaniel d c 1870
  2. James W. Burris 23 Sep 1820 Chattanooga TN m Jane Caroline Murphy Franklin Co.TN d 23Aug 1906 Luling, TX
  3. Charles Sevier Burris 24 Feb 1848 Tishomingo Co. MI m 15 Sep 1870 Susan Lenora ClarkWilson Co. TX d 3 Aug 1934 Luling, TX
  4. Dan Dotson Burris b 15 Sep 1878 Pandora, Gonzales Co. TX m Ada Willis Mason 1 Mar 1903 Guadalupe Co. TX d 22 Mar 1963 San Antonio TX

Kit 169519 Coleman [?]

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The predicted haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 67+ marker matches do include several Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include matches to many other surnames. The match to our genetic family 02 modal haplotype is only a genetic distance of 5, TiP12 of 65%, and TiP24 of 99%. While it is possible this member does belong in genetic family 02, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to Y-DNA111, as well as providing a pedigree.

Kit 74144 Turner [?]

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The predicted haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches do include several Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include matches to many other surnames. While it is possible this member does belong to a Fanning genetic family, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers and providing a pedigree.

Kit 21345 Grant [?]

19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches do include several Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include matches to many other surnames. While it is possible this member does belong to a Fanning genetic family, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers and providing a pedigree.

  1. Stephen Grant b 1620

Kit 279931 Ball [?]

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The predicted haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 67+ marker matches do include several Fanning/Fannin matches, but also include matches to many other surnames. The match to our genetic family 02 modal haplotype is only a genetic distance of 4, TiP12 of 80%, and TiP24 of 100%. While it is possible this member does belong in genetic family 02, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to Y-DNA111, as well as providing a pedigree.

Kit 353003 Allen [?]

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a Fanning. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches show better matches to other surnames and FTDNA won't even show the match to our genetic family 02 modal haplotype because the connection is too weak.

Kit 259560 Coffey [?]

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 19 May 2015 - The available evidence is inconclusive. The predicted haplogroup is one related to our project, however this member does not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA 37+ marker matches do include a couple Fanning matches, but also includes a very close match to another Coffey. There is no match to our genetic family 01 modal haplotype. While it is possible this member does belong in genetic family 01, without further evidence we are hesitant to declare a non-paternity event. We recommend upgrading to 67+ markers, as well as providing a pedigree.

Kit 404896 Knox []

14 Jun 2016 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. Dennis Alexander Conner and Sarah Fanning
  2. Patrick Conner and Sarah Clark
  3. FitzAllen Yost Conner and Rebecca Smith
  4. George Jenkins Conner and Nannie Elizabeth Hamilton
  5. Marshall Monroe Conner and Helena Marie Anderson
  6. James Monroe Conner
  7. Kit donor

Kit 48114 Williams []

  • No pedigree submitted.
  • 29 Jun 2016 - The available evidence suggests this person is not descended from a Fanning Y-DNA genetic family. They do not have a Fanning variant surname or a paper trail suggesting they descend from a male Fanning line. The FTDNA Y-DNA37 marker matches contain many Williams, as one would expect, and none have 67-marker testing. There are a few Y-DNA67 marker matches to Fanning members, but they are not close matches and we have lots more Fanning members with 67 marker tests that don't match (they may match at 37 markers, but not 67). There is no match to our genetic family 02 modal haplotype. We recommend upgrading 1-2 of your closest Williams matches to 67+ markers, as we suspect they will be much more closely matched than the existing Fanning matches.

Kit N3324 Abrams []

01 Sep 2016 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. John Fanning b. ? d. 1884 m. Joanna Mulally 1832-1896
  2. John Fanning b. 1864 Finglas, County Dublin, IRE d. ? m. Catherine Boyland 1882-1914
  3. Hugh Fanning b. 1906 County Dublin, IRE d. ? m. Barbara Mary Killackey 1903-1980
  4. Claude Abrams b. 1927 Lancashire UK d. 2011 m. living Fanning
  5. Kit donor

Kit 611038 Fanning []

29 Mar 2017 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. Middleton Fanning b. 1796 Elbert Co GA
  2. Benjamin Franklin Fanning b. 1840 Lincoln Co TN
  3. Jack Andrew Fanning b. 1906
  4. not provided Fanning
  5. Kit donor

Kit B171092 Dean []

29 Apr 2017 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. Edward Fanning m. Maria Coleman
  2. Maria Fanning b. 1847 Carlow, Ireland
  3. not provided
  4. not provided
  5. not provided
  6. Kit donor

Kit B204636 Gamblin []

25 Jun 2017 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. not provided
  2. Kit donor

Kit 316309 Coffman []

12 Aug 2017 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. John "Chestnut Creek" Fanning
  2. John
  3. Reuben
  4. Jacob
  5. William
  6. Jessee Fanning (grandmother)
  7. Living
  8. Kit donor

Kit B256916 Whitesell []

23 Nov 2017 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. John "Chestnut Creek" Fanning
  2. Joseph
  3. George Washington Fanning m Rebecca Keltner
  4. Not provided
  5. Kit donor

Kit B295445 Hughes []

10 Feb 2018 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. Bryant Fannin, b. 1757 d. 1830
  2. Jesse Fannon, b. 1817 d. 1875
  3. Hester Ann Fannon, b 1846
  4. Sarah Frances Gibson Barker, b. 1864 d. 1960
  5. Ora Allene Barker Brisco, b. 1907 d. 1979
  6. Homer Clay Brisco, b. 1926 d. 1984
  7. Living
  8. Kit donor

Kit 131810 Fanning []

21 Apr 2018 - Need Y-DNA test.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy?
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sept 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. Andrew Jackson Fanning born 14 Feb 1837 Morgan Co. IL died 1 Oct 1913 Chanute, Neosho Co. KS m Laurinda SCOTT
  5. Francis Cass Fanning born 19 Oct 1861 Logan Co. IL died 25 Jun 1909 St. Joseph, MO m Eliza TOLLETH
  6. Vern Raymond Fanning born 13 Feb 1906 Wauneta, Chase Co. NE died 8 Nov 1967 Imperial, Chase Co. NE m Velma Catherine BARNES
  7. Kit donor

Kit B349647 Fanning []

12 May 2018 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy?
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sept 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. Andrew Jackson Fanning born 14 Feb 1837 Morgan Co. IL died 1 Oct 1913 Chanute, Neosho Co. KS m Laurinda SCOTT
  5. Francis Cass Fanning born 19 Oct 1861 Logan Co. IL died 25 Jun 1909 St. Joseph, MO m Eliza TOLLETH
  6. Vern Raymond Fanning born 13 Feb 1906 Wauneta, Chase Co. NE died 8 Nov 1967 Imperial, Chase Co. NE m Velma Catherine BARNES
  7. Not provided
  8. Living
  9. Kit donor

Kit B357111 Fanning []

28 May 2018 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy?
  3. John Fanning born 13 May 1791 VA died 13 Sept 1861 Morgan Co. IL m Elizabeth STAMP(S)
  4. Andrew Jackson Fanning born 14 Feb 1837 Morgan Co. IL died 1 Oct 1913 Chanute, Neosho Co. KS m Laurinda SCOTT
  5. Francis Cass Fanning born 19 Oct 1861 Logan Co. IL died 25 Jun 1909 St. Joseph, MO m Eliza TOLLETH
  6. Vern Raymond Fanning born 13 Feb 1906 Wauneta, Chase Co. NE died 8 Nov 1967 Imperial, Chase Co. NE m Velma Catherine BARNES
  7. Not provided
  8. Living
  9. Kit donor

Kit B354773 Ranft []

28 May 2018 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. John Fanning born abt 1737 died 1813 VA
  2. Jacob Fanning born abt 1766 NC died abt 1816 prob TN m Nancy?
  3. Martha Caroline Fanning b 1799 m Ambrose Youngblood
  4. Not provided
  5. Kit donor

Kit MK54871 Mooney []

03 Feb 2019 - Not a male Fanning descendant.

  1. Stephen Fanning
  2. James H Fanning born in Alabama & Emily Jane Kirk
  3. William James Fannan & Mary Jane Horner
  4. James William Fannan & Gertrude Jennings
  5. Vivian Fannan and Harold Monney Jr.
  6. Kit donor

Kit 909321 Tucker-Ford []

21 Jul 2019 - Not a male Fanning descendant. Recommend leveraging Family Finder or other autosomal DNA tests to try to find a Fanning male match. Then ask him for a Y-DNA test.

  1. John Fanning 1737-1813
  2. Jacob Fanning 1766-1816
  3. John Fanning 1791-1861
  4. Nathan Stamp Fanning 1818-1887
  5. Not provided
  6. Kit donor