Hello Mark Monroe, Joseph Monroe is my 4th great grandfather. We have him living in Bucks County PA late 1700s. Hints show his father being a Samuel Munroe. I am thinking this Samuel might be when the named change from Munroe to Monroe. It could be that Samuel might have adopted the surname Munroe and may not be a true Munro. Do you have a username or email I can send you an invite to look at my tree on Ancestry? I am also on Facebook if you want to meet up there.
Is there anyone here that can help look at my Monroe tree on Ancestry? We can go back to my 5th great grandfather Samuel Monroe (Munroe). Sources say that his father was a David Munro and mother Deborah How. I think David is from the main group of Munro's. Trying to make sense of this because my uncle David Monroe doesn't match with the Munro's of Fowlis. My uncle is I-M253. He seems to match with the Pyle family. My uncles DNA is not matching with our tree on Ancestry. Would appreciate any help with my Ancestry tree.
I share 7.3cM with a Barnabas M. Mark Monroe
Here is our current Monroe tree. We can only go back to PA 1700s. President James Monroe is a distant cousin of mine. He shares a Monroe ancestor of mine.
Following on from my previous post below which shows a section of the Scottish Surnames Map based on clusters of farmers in early census data, according to Dr Tyrone Bowes PhD, if the process below is followed with enough close matches then I should find that my ancestors came from one of the main Munro (Monro) clusters shown on the map in this post. In my previous post below the Monro surname on that map in the Perthshire area is the one shown at the bottom right on this map. If you look at this map you will find that Dr Tyrone Bowes PhD has used this method to identify several Monro/Munro areas of origin including that of the Munros of Foulis and Munros of Lochfyneside.
Hello, I noticed a lot of kits have a Samuel Munro as their most distant known ancestor. Was curious if my 5th great grandfather Samuel Munro may be already have descendants tested? Trying to find Samuel's parents.
Do the Munro's get a lot of Orcadian in their Gedmatch K15 results? I was told that it might be a connection to the Munro's of Foulis.
Here is our Monroe line. Joseph Monroe father was the Samuel Munro from PA 1700s. Colin Munro.
The lady on the left is my sister, on the right is her ex-daughter in law, mother to the lady sitting on the chair with who is has Her child on her lap. The lady on the far right is my sisters and my mother. So what we have here in this photo is Fiver Generations (the ex-daughter in law standing in for my sisters son) all together at one time.
Here is all our Descendants, I am the happy proud bloke in the left side, My beautiful Welsh born wife and ex-pen pal.. married to save postage. Our 3 beautiful Daughters, their husbands and the 5 rugrats they have the have give to us as grandchildren. 40 years married 31MAR2016.
Not sure why, but on my mother's Oracle 4 Eurogenes K15 results show a lot of Basque. She also has a lot of Orcadian. Her Gedmatch kit is F444411 and mine is F348859. Here is her results.
My 5th Great Grandfather:John Munro (1728 – October 27, 1800), was generally referred to as 'Captain The Hon. John Munro of Fowlis' to distinguish him from others with the same name and rank. He was a Highland soldier who after the Seven Years' War received extensive land grants at Albany, New York, becoming a prominent Tory and merchant associated with Simon McTavish and the fur trade. Having gained a reputation for no-nonsense, he was made a magistrate and given further land at Vermont to bring Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys to order. Ever the ardent Loyalist, Munro fought for the British during the American Revolutionary War which led to the loss of his land following the American victory. He re-settled in Upper Canada, where he became a Judge and was appointed to the first Legislative Council of Upper Canada.
Just joining the group after a wonderful weekend with Clan Munro in Asheville and ordered some additional tests to see how many cousins I have. Richard Munro, Williamsburg VA