Hutchinson

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Keith Earnshaw Keith Earnshaw
February 20 @ 7:30am
Searching for My Paternal Great-Great Grandfather and Real Surname Hello, my name is Keith Earnshaw and I'm fairly new to genealogy research. My Great Grandfather, Henry Earnshaw, was born in 1843 in West Melton, Yorkshire, and died in 1896, in Shawneetown, Illinois, and his Mother was Mary Earnshaw (b. 1825 Yorkshire). Henry’s father is listed as Rollin Earnshaw (b. 1820, d. 1846 Yorkshire) but I’m not convinced there is even a real person Rollin Earnshaw as I have found no firm record on him and I recently found Henry’s birth certificate and it states he is “illegitimate.” Now, I’m wondering if my real last name is actually Earnshaw! My question and request….Since you are shown as a possible DNA match with me, could you please let me know if you had an ancestor (possible Irish Scottish) that was in Yorkshire, England, around 1841 who you’ve heard fathered a Henry with a Mary Earnshaw? I mention Irish-Scottish because my DNA analysis shows I’m 20% Irish-Scottish but I have never found any such ancestors so I’m thinking the father may be Irish-Scottish. Thank you for any information or advice you can share! Keith Earnshaw
Kelly Faircloth
February 20 @ 9:28am
Keith, who is showing as a DNA match to you?
Harold Hutchinson Harold Hutchinson
February 16 @ 8:52pm
Roy, do you know when the last grouping was completed? I have Uncle Harold's 67 kit completed and loaded in the group, waiting on the 111 that I recently added. Jamie
Jackie Hutcherson Jackie Hutcherson has a question!
May 7, 2015 @ 10:33pm
I have ordered 3 YDNA test for the same male line. I am waiting on one of the tests results but the results of kit B8884 and 400194 have been posted. I have always had the paper documentation to "prove" that the Hutchinson family that lived in Hickman County TN beginning in 1813 (I have traced the family to Queen Anne's County in the early and mid 1700's) changed their name to King after the Civil War but now I have the DNA evidence. B8884. who is my husband, uses the last name King and he is a YDNA match to 400194. I had originally found 400194 after he had tested through Ancestry DNA. He is a direct descendant of my husband's great great grandfather's brother and he uses the name "Hutherson". 400194 is quite a bit older than my husband. Is it possible that 400194 might match any of the other Hutchinson lines that have been tested? (B8884 has not matched any of those lines).
stephanie martinez
February 16 @ 5:15pm
my hutchinsons were living in or around jackson county tennessee . tried to have my dad tested but he had died so we now have my brother who had tested through ancestry and is uploading his to ftdna. ours is a mystery we have a william d hutchinson born about 1799 from virginia and he married a woman known in census as nancy ann or anna and is my 4th great grandparents.
stephanie martinez
February 16 @ 5:15pm
my test is uploaded on to ftdna website and my haplogroup is j1c3a
Corey King Corey King
February 22, 2015 @ 7:48am
I have been trying to link John Hutchinson who married Henrietta Lemar in 1728 in Queen Anne's County MD to the Hutchinson's that lived in Prince George in the 1700's but haven't been able to do so. I have been told that moving across the Bay wasn't the normal migration route but I have proof that the Lemar family did just that. Also, there are court documents linking the Hutchinson and Lemar families in Prince George. I believe that there is a link between my John Hutchinson and the following family...
Corey King
February 22, 2015 @ 7:49am
Name: William Hutchison Gender: Male Birth Date: 1676 Birth Place: Sanquhar, Scottland Death Date: 11 Apr 1711 Death Place: Prince George, Maryland, USA Father: John Hutchison Mother: Agnes Wallace Spouse: Sarah Doyne Children: Elizabeth Hutchison Spouse Father: Robert Doyne Spouse Mother: Mary Stone
Corey King
February 22, 2015 @ 7:58am
I have 3 DNA matches on Ancestry to Doyne family from Prince George but unfortunately we also same other common surnames. Does anyone have any info on this family? And does anyone know if this family has been tested through Family Tree DNA?
Kelly Faircloth
February 14 @ 12:02pm
I know this is an old post, but Corey, you are on my list of matches. I believe my 3rd great grandmother, Mary Hutchinson, born in 1830 in Anson County, NC, is a granddaughter of John King Hutchinson and Henrietta Lemar, but I can’t figure out which of his sons is her father. Hoping you have more information? My email is kfaircloth2002@yahoo.com.
Harold Hutchinson Harold Hutchinson
February 6 @ 10:18pm
Hi all! I have added my 90+ year old great uncle’s YDNA kit today. Working on his separate gedcom file. Let me know if I need to do anything else. Jamie
Harold Hutchinson
February 6 @ 10:20pm
His 111 is pending
Roy Hutchinson
February 7 @ 11:06pm
Hi Harold, nothing else to do but wait for results. If you have questions just let me know. Roy
Harold Hutchinson
February 9 @ 3:50pm
I have his 67 kit completed and resulted but adding on as I can. He is in his 90s. Thanks for your help
Keith Earnshaw Keith Earnshaw
February 8 @ 12:14pm
Hello, I am new to the group.The reason I did the Y-DNA test was that my great great grandfather from Yorkshire England, Henry Earnshaw, was listed as “illegitimate” on his birth certificate in 1843. Henry’s mother was Mary Earnshaw (Born in Yorkshire, England in 1825). The folks at Family Tree DNA told me to do the Y-DNA test and join the group as it might help me pinpoint my true surname and Henry's father. Thank you for any information you may be able to provide. :-)
John Hutchison John Hutchison
April 11, 2018 @ 3:59pm
Looking for any info on "Charles Lee HUTCHISON" from Chillicothe, Livingston County, MO per the following death certificate. This is my grandfather but I have absolutely no data on his parents names . . . There is some reason to doubt that the birthdate (year) is incorrect.
Darrell Hutchinson
May 2 @ 1:40pm
Did you look in the old newspaper archives for his death notice? There's an online site that has a pretty good listing of newspapers and the death notices usually give information regarding the family members. I've filled in some of my blanks that way.
Christine Mallouhi Christine Mallouhi
April 22, 2018 @ 5:19am
I'm not a male so my DNA may not be helpful. I dont have the match results yet. My earliest ancestor is William Hutchinson who married Harriet Smith Palmer in the Manchester Cathedral in 1833. Harriet born 1811 daughter of John and Harriet Palmer, her mothers parents James and Mary Smith. The Palmers were members of the British aristocracy so it was a marriage crossing class boundaries. They emmigrated to Australia.
Graham Hutchinson Graham Hutchinson has a question!
April 11, 2018 @ 4:50pm
I have 23&me data uploaded. Could someone advise which FTDNA Paternal marker test is worth having done? I see there are 37, 67 and 111 marker tests and not sure what to do. Thanks
Graham Hutchinson Graham Hutchinson has a question!
March 2, 2018 @ 11:08am
Does anyone know of a Hutchinson family who were Wheelwrights in the Maine area in the late 1600's? Thanks
Graham Hutchinson
March 2, 2018 @ 11:12am
That is made wheels for coaches.