Moore County, NC

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John Lockamy John Lockamy
November 29, 2015 @ 8:36pm
Hello. I have several Moore County connections. They include Stutts, Maness, Johnson, Frye/Fry, Yow, and Beavers(?) My kit #s on GEDmatch are A373384 (dad), A817471 (myself), and A107425 (grandson).
Morgan Jackson
December 7, 2015 @ 8:57am
John - Thanks for connecting. You'll find plenty of matches with this group. Let me know how I can help. Thanks - Morgan
Debbie Woo
December 28, 2015 @ 9:05pm
Ran the first number (your dad) with myself and had to lower my threshold to 2 (However a 4 would have found it) to find it: Comparing Kit A373384 (Andrew Lockamy) and A138465 (Deborah Woolf) Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 700 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 350 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 2.0 cM Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 3 146,778,053 150,106,717 3.7 715 11 62,540,402 67,845,407 4.0 1,110 13 62,840,015 67,340,252 2.2 952 16 30,346,431 48,438,215 3.0 901 Largest segment = 4.0 cM Total of segments > 2 cM = 12.9 cM
Debbie Woo
December 28, 2015 @ 9:07pm
My mother match is higher as expected: Comparing Kit A264594 (TJ) and A373384 (Andrew Lockamy) Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 700 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 350 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 4.0 cM Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 4 140,948,796 146,424,944 5.2 837 Largest segment = 5.2 cM Total of segments > 4 cM = 5.2 cM (NOTE I had lowered hers to 4 to see this but a 5 would have found it as well)
Sharon Chisum
January 12 @ 11:15pm
omparing Kit A817471 (John Lockamy) and A069445 (*mchisum63) Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 300 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 150 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 3.0 cM Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 4 78,752,276 82,906,299 3.4 455 10 80,498,251 85,244,450 5.4 741 14 36,544,401 49,027,021 7.3 1,188 Largest segment = 7.3 cM Total of segments > 3 cM = 16.1 cM 3 matching segments 397991 SNPs used for this comparison. Comparison took 0.03655 seconds. Ver: Jul 2 2018 11:49:04
Thomas Moore Thomas Moore
September 13, 2015 @ 3:50pm
I just joined this group a few minutes ago, I am descended from Gideon Moore b abt. 1775 married to Sarah(Sallie) Williamson b abt. 1790 both of Moore County, NC. I perused your site group notices and most of your surnames are in my tree. Gideon's son, George Moore b 1833/34 married Mary Maness. Their son, Elias Moore I share with one of your members Does my 37 marker DNA automatically post or when does it?
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Christie Moore
May 25, 2016 @ 11:11pm
If i change from 3 to 1cM, I get this Comparing Kit T727206 (*Christie Moore) and A138465 (Deborah Woolf) Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 500 SNPs Mismatch-bunching Limit = 250 SNPs Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 1.0 cM Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs 1 63,900,797 66,435,827 2.8 629 1 148,795,509 151,046,994 1.6 527 2 41,252,691 43,296,699 2.8 538 2 62,540,884 65,559,829 2.0 526 3 48,287,406 53,598,142 1.2 799 3 87,608,139 98,837,719 1.5 843 3 106,938,645 112,423,848 4.3 1,080 4 79,302,775 82,353,811 2.4 562 5 97,538,239 103,056,635 3.4 857 5 143,064,160 146,198,419 2.0 570 6 64,676,870 67,964,673 1.8 626 6 158,128,858 160,617,618 3.8 773 8 9,004,515 10,372,442 1.4 519 9 71,144,434 73,325,288 1.2 523 10 78,846,284 80,433,122 1.9 518 11 26,984,821 31,435,946 3.1 814 12 33,451,553 39,474,478 1.1 682 12 71,434,561 74,259,224 1.1 511 14 62,213,496 64,948,148 2.2 620 15 40,058,359 43,738,177 1.4 643 15 45,377,903 47,838,116 2.5 545 17 29,923,365 33,102,367 4.2 683 19 15,325,323 16,876,428 2.7 538 20 24,362,535 30,779,528 1.1 543 Largest segment = 4.3 cM Total of segments > 1 cM = 53.5 cM 657012 SNPs used for this comparison.
Debbie Woo
July 1, 2016 @ 5:16pm
Thank you Christie. I assume you are off the Moore Line? are you abt 8 generations back? If so, it would account for the low cm match.
Christie Moore
July 5, 2016 @ 10:28pm
8 generations back from what/who? I have 2 separate Moore lines. One from Johnston, Cumberland, Bladen counties. The other from Pitt, Greene, Craven counties. My Moore County family is Cox.
Sharon Chisum
January 12 @ 11:01pm
My Great Grandmother was Matilda Jane Moore . She lived in Randolph County.
all Richardson all Richardson
November 8 @ 4:05pm
I would love any info on my Great grandfather and great mother that spent their entire lives in moore cty, North Caroina Thos.Richardson b1835/39 and Francis Richardson 1842/50. I begin seeing them in Ritters cty 1870 and the died in Carthage, moore cty, N. Carolina Francis died in Carthage moore cty, N. Carolina in Feb 1905. I seen Thos last in 1910 living with Walter in Carthage. They had 16 Children. Surely I pray someone can relate to wanting info. Im in that category R269 that is rare. Thomas was his oldest children, Haywood Starlin I seen was most active with children from persons he did not married. My grand father Henry B.Richardson is my grandfather. They lived near Noah and Elizabeth Richardson the minister early in moore cty. North Carolina. I would LOVE any infor and where to point me. I am just trying leave a tree and infor my children. I have my DNA on ancestry and my brother's is on Family tree. I have been linked to the Barton, O'Connell, Cagle family I don't how because I can't find that link.. I am trying to find my Richardson family link to the other families A few people I am close with in DNA are adopted. PLEASE if any has a clue I would be so thankful and Appreciated. Thank you in Advance Linda Skyyp3@yahoo.com
G S Tucker
November 14 @ 1:54pm
Hello, Linda. I have researched your RICHARDSON family via online databases as well as on site at NC & TN & AL. My work is at Ancestry.com, which is available free at the public library or a LDS history center. Go to A.com & search the members list for my user name - GreenGrassofSummer. Click on my tree MA1 group - Tucker yDNA Project. Let me know if any questions or corrections. Sandra in Arizona
all Richardson
November 28 @ 1:38am
G. S. Tucker Hello and Thank you every soooo much for responding. I truly felt I have been in a fog for at least 14 yrs of researching. I thought I was born to a fathom family. I match DNA with people meaning my brother and I, but can't get anyone to speak about my family as I know the majority of them born in 1835 and after stayed in that area. So your response is GREATLY appreciated. Its my DNA on ancestry now as my brothers was taken early 2000's and they gave his dna the boot because of an upgraded test. Which I totally could not understand why! But those are the rules. Thank God I downloaded and also he is on Familytreedna. So I will exactly do what you stated. If you continue your helping hand, I probably will be contacted you. Again I so appreciate you Sandra!!!
Earl Cagle Earl Cagle
January 15, 2018 @ 10:10pm
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Garry Brewer
February 23, 2018 @ 5:15pm
Oh, forgot to add this, My Richard M.J.Brewer parents were George W. Brewer who married Elizabeth Wilson. The Wilson family later on went to Arkansas from Wayne County, Tennessee
David Cagle
September 5 @ 2:47pm
I am descended from David Cagle, 1728-1784, brother of Henry Cagle that you guys are claiming. I also had a g/g/uncle and a g/g/grandfather (if I have the right person) in the 2nd mounted stationed at Clifton. I also had three g/g/grandfathers that fought for the other side in the 1st Confederate Cav. I might add that David Cagle, 1728-1784, owned land in Cumberland (now Moore Co., NC) as early as 1764.
David Cagle
September 5 @ 3:00pm
BRENDA LAURENCE, do you have any information of a Charles Cagle who bought and sold the same tract of land in McNairy Co., TN ca 1837-38? Thanks
Andrew Brewer
November 27 @ 11:43pm
Ancestry says on my tree:Henry Cagle 1734–1802 BIRTH 1734 • Oberöfflingen, Bernkastel-Wittlich, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany DEATH 22 MAR 1802 • Boar Creek, Cumberland, North Carolina, United States uncle of wife of 1st cousin 6x removed
Starling Reece Starling Reece has a question!
November 21 @ 11:44pm
I just found out about this group. I like to know what I need to do to get the best results from the information. I'm researching my African American ancestors in Moore County,
Sandra Loridans Sandra Loridans
November 19 @ 2:44pm
I'm looking for the MUSE family of Moore Co., NC from which my great great grandmother came. CATHERINE (Katie) MUSE was born abt 1814 in NC. She married DAVID McKINNON, b September 10, 1805 in NC. I know his father was Hector McKinnon (Court Records ). I am familiar with many of the MUSE families of Moore Co. but cannot make Catherine Muse fit into any of them! I suspect she married so young, she is not found on any census records with a MUSE family. Catherine and David left NC and are found in Alabama and Mississippi before finally settling in Arkansas where he died June 8, 1873 in Pike Co. and she died February 7, 1888.
Christie Moore Christie Moore
April 12, 2017 @ 8:12am
Not to tread on any toes, but since we are all looking for connections and if you have Scottish ancestry and your folks settled in the Argyll Colony (Cross Creek - Current day Fayetteville/Cape Fear River area of NC from Wilmington up and westward) then you can come join this group: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/argyll-colony-north-carolina/about
Debbie Woo
November 6 @ 4:33am
I do have some Scots and might have family from this region, but if you could give me 'county' names they became it would help me determine it.
Patricia (for son) Moore Patricia (for son) Moore
April 25, 2017 @ 2:15pm
Recently had C. C. Moore's DNA done at Ancestry and connected Joseph G.(1797) Moore's two sons--Henry W. (1825) and Patrick (1828). Both moved to TX before Civil War. I am new to this group through an earlier DNA test with family tree DNA. That the Moore's came from Moore County, NC is new to me, so I'm anxious to explore this new information. The whole family moved to Itawamba, MS about 1838. Help is appreciated
Claude Moore
April 25, 2017 @ 6:02pm
I have a PG Moore born 1827 1828 found ark. married to Mary ? She moved to texas with children Lived next to John william Moore I don't know connection
Claude Moore
April 25, 2017 @ 6:04pm
MY email cmocos@hotmail.com
Debbie Woo
November 6 @ 4:32am
Patricia, I am a MOORE descendant from Moore Co. to TN then to Tx. Have dna at ancestry, put it here, gedmatch, myfamilydna and heritage. Would like to check if we are related.
Marsha Jones Christman Marsha Jones Christman
January 26, 2018 @ 6:42pm
I descend from or related to most of the families listed. Hardin, Garner, Richardson, Williams, related to Moore and most of the others. Thanks.
Debbie Woo
November 6 @ 4:29am
I have MOORE and RICHARDSON lines too.
James Cordell James Cordell
April 4 @ 10:08am
Due to my extremely close Y111 match to members of both William Maness & Amos Maness lines, I now believe that there was a Maness child that, for whatever reason, was raised as a Caudle. I believe very strongly that Amos Maness (husband of Mary Margaret Caudle) fathered a child, and that child was named Jackson Caudle - my great great great grandfather. I invite and encourage anyone who understands DNA better than me to disprove my theory.
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James Cordell
April 4 @ 11:39am
I'm thinking Big Y is on my horizon :)
Mark Monroe, #635203
April 4 @ 12:09pm
James, by nailing down my terminal SNP, I have been able to isolate matches from 500YBP - 1000YBP. This helped with my placement within the Clan Munro Project groups. I have learned that clans are made up of several genetically unrelated families. I may have a Scottish surname but my genetics point to Lietrim, Ireland area. My root tribe may have been O'Rourke, O'Reilly, or O'Brien and could have been changed to Monroe so the family would fall under the clan's protection. This was common up until a couple of hundred years ago. My brick wall was my ancestor from Ireland and my DNA matches that. Verbally handed down through the generations had me being Scottish from the Scottish Clan Munro. It appears my surname originated from a Non-Paternal Event which I have learned through research to be quite common. By testing with the Big Y, I have isolated my true genetic relatives from the assumed ones. I have been in touch with several Monroe's I genetically match yet I never knew before genetic testing. We found we share the same brick wall. My two closest genetic matches are not even Monroes and we have yet to connect our common ancestor. I joined this project so I could monitor my results with the other Monroes that may not be part of the Clan Munro Project.
James Cordell
September 8 @ 9:26am
My BigY results are in, and my Y haplogroup is R-BY32729. Can someone help me prove I'm a direct descendent of Amos Maness as a result? Thanks. Sorry, this is completely foreign to me. :)
Debbie Woo
November 6 @ 4:28am
Mark Munroe so if I did the Y test and it wasn't the big one, I think it was the one just under the big one, and the results were M269 should it be upgraded? This is obviously a male relative I had it done on.