Stephens

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Harry Stevens c/o Deb Stange Harry Stevens c/o Deb Stange
December 25, 2017 @ 3:49pm
My Dad has done a DNA in this group and only closely matches ONE other person. I have gone through the DNA names and have Eliminated many of the Stevens family that Could Possible have been my fathers family. NOW, I am looking to see if anyone has had their DNA done, from the Joseph Lawrence Stephens family from Bourbon County, Kentucky. This Joseph Lawrence Stephens family is one of the families I have NOT been able to eliminate as a possible family relative. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. sandy
James Stevens
June 16 @ 10:04pm
What is the Haplogroup please. That is how I may know if we are related.
Harry Stevens c/o Deb Stange
June 21 @ 12:29pm
R-M269
Donald Eugene Smith Donald Eugene Smith
July 25, 2017 @ 3:24pm
Would like to contact others thought to descend from Henry Stevens of Stonington, CT. We have two kits that are an exact match at 37-markers, both believed to descend from Jedediah Stevens and Mary Rathbone via different sons (Joshua and Jedediah Jr.). However, these two kits do not match that of others in the project listed as descending from Henry Stevens/Stephens of Stonington, CT (grandfather of Jedediah Stevens Sr.). It may be helpful to learn others descent from Henry to try to sort this out. Thank you for your help.
Donald Eugene Smith
July 25, 2017 @ 3:25pm
Sorry, please contact Marjean Workman at mhworkman@comcast.net
James Stevens
June 16 @ 10:05pm
What is the haplogroup of the Stonington Stevens please.
Mark McKenzie Mark McKenzie
February 3, 2018 @ 7:49am
Recently got my YDNA test completed and am looking forward to participating/helping. Believe my Stevens line stems from Essex County Massachusetts Stevens' ca 1700 or so.... Subject to revision of course...
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Dale Stevens
March 25, 2018 @ 5:09pm
Hi Mark McKenzie, My 7th great grandfather, Mark Stevens (1776-1835) lived in Maine. I believe his line goes back as Joseph Stevens (1741-1815), Benjamin Stevens (1716-1743), Nathaniel Stevens (1674-1741). I am looking for information on where Mark and his line of Stevens' came from. Do you have any info on this?
Dale Stevens
March 26, 2018 @ 11:22am
Hi Mark, My contact information is: dstevens@embarqmail.com dale Stevens
Ralph Stevens
May 10 @ 5:31pm
My Father,Ralph, is also Haplogroup R-M269. His brick wall, George Washington Stevens, was possibly born in Ohio, but, George's wife, Georgiana was born in Maine in 1855. Her Mother was a Libby descendant of Battle of the Margaretta fame, and, the family moved to Maine through a brief stay in Ohio. I am wondering if Georbge may also have been orignially from Maine. ????
James Stevens
June 16 @ 10:00pm
Dale Stevens, Mark Stevens, Please show the Haplogroups in posts. Will help a great deal for me
Mike Stevens Mike Stevens
February 16 @ 5:36pm
I need help. Not too long ago, I submitted my brother's DNA for the YDNA test. I'm trying to break down my Stevens brickwall. I can verify our line back to Arnold H. Stevens b. 1806 in VT and died 1873 in Knox Co, OH, having lived in Youngstown, Niagara Co, NY in between. I have a great deal of documentary (but circumstantial) evidence that he is the son of Arnold Stevens b. 1767 in Haddam, CT, died 1843 in Chittenden Co, VT. Arnold was son of James Stevens and Lydia Hazelton who were married in Haddam, CT but later moved to Vermont. This James Stevens (1738-1836) can be traced back to John Steevens (sic) of Guilford, CT...the immigrant. In addition to Arnold (Sr), James had 3 additional sons: James, Uzziel, and John. Uzziel and John also went to Knox Co, Ohio and lived in the same neighborhood as my Arnold H. Stevens.
Clyde Stevens
June 16 @ 1:08am
Hello Mike, Your ancestors are in the same general neighborhood as my earliest known, William Fraser Stevens, b. 1791 in Vermont. Do you know your haplogroup? Thanks, Clyde
Jeffrey Stevens Jeffrey Stevens
June 3 @ 12:24pm
My results show that I am in group R-Z159 (from R-M269).My basic research so far show my line from North Carolina a Burt L. Stevens born abt 1796 who married a Pensy Villia Jones in 1817 and moved to Missouri. Looking for connections to William Stevens & Charlotte Collins of NC and before.
Monique Smith Monique Smith
May 14 @ 4:58pm
My Stephens line is R-Z220, through my Uncle William Stephens Dna. My father his brother has passed so I use his DNA. His maternal line is U8A
Timothy Stevens Timothy Stevens
July 26, 2018 @ 11:46pm
results in from y-dna 37 test. haplogroup R-M269. probably just the common group. not sure what to do next....any suggestions.
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Steve Stevens
December 9 @ 3:53pm
Hi Timothy, this is Kay Stevens Beasock, administrator for my father Steve Stevens. You show as a match on FF. My father’s family is from the Horry County, SC and NC areas that I can verify. My father’s haplogroup is G, so we are probably related through another Stevens family. There were several different Stevens/Stephens families in that area.
Timothy Stevens
December 10 @ 8:23pm
thx kay....I think I have ancestors from NC, VA or TN. my gg grandfather was john black stephens b 1806. he's the one from maybe VA or NC. not sure of town. d was 1880 in Elliott co, KY that's for sure. any help welcomed and appreciated. do you have an ancestry.com acct?
Timothy Stevens
December 10 @ 8:33pm
kay I forgot to mention he married phebe runnels about 1825
Ralph Stevens
May 10 @ 5:22pm
My name is Kelly Stevens, I am doing the research for my Father's DNA, he is haplogroup R-M269 as well. His Stevens line dead ends with the birth of his great great grandfater George Washing Stevens, possibly born in Ohio 22 February 1848. If you know of any connections, my email is crokas2629@gmail.com
Ralph Stevens Ralph Stevens
May 10 @ 5:10pm
I am trying to solve a brick wall in my Paternal family tree. I am Kelly Stevens, and, my Father, Ralph Stevens, is in Haplogroup R-M69. His Great Great Grandfather,George Washington Stevens, was born 22 February 1848, according to the death record filled out by his wife, Georgiana. Possibly, he was born in Ohio. On his death record, she listed his Father as HR Stevens, and his Mother as "don't know". George and Georgiana were married in Anoka, Minnesota, and, named their first child, Homer Russell. I am going under the assumption that George's Father was Homer Russell, but, have no proof of that. I have not been able to locate a Homer Russell that would fit the timeline. I am hoping this group will be able to bust down that brick wall for us.
Harry Stevens c/o Deb Stange Harry Stevens c/o Deb Stange has a question!
March 7 @ 6:46pm
My Dad has done a DNA in this group and only closely matches ONE other person. I have gone through the DNA names and have Eliminated many of the Stevens family that Could Possible have been my fathers family. NOW, I am looking to see if anyone has had their DNA done, from the Joseph Lawrence Stephens family from Bourbon County, Kentucky. This Joseph Lawrence Stephens family is one of the families I have NOT been able to eliminate as a possible family relative. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. sandy
Steve Stevens Steve Stevens has a question!
February 23 @ 11:55am
Can anyone assist me? Looking for the person associated with Kit 41863 that lists Hugh Stevens of Horry County, South Carolina as a paternal ancestor and is classified as R-P25. There is a common surname of Stevens and the locality of Horry County, SC.