MacFarlane DNA Project- Background

Administrators

Surnames

Allan, Allanach, Allanson, Allison, Andrews, Arrell, Arrol, Barclay (in Ulster), Barnes, Bart, Bartholomew, Bartie, Bartson, Black, Blithe, Brice, Brown, Bryce, Caa, Callander, Callen, Caw, Chambers, Condey, Condeyie, Condy, Convery, Cunnison, Dickson, Drews, Duff, Farthing, Floyd, Galloway (in Stirling), Givens, Grassi, Grassick (in Montrose), Grassie (in Aberdeen), Greusaich, Griesch (in Aberdeen), Gruamach, Hall, Hamilton, Higgs, Irvine, Jackson, Kennson, Kinnieson, Kinnison, Knox, Lark, Leaper, Lechie, Lee, Lennex, Lennox, MacAindra, MacAllan, MacAllen, MacAndrew, MacAndro (in Dunbarton), MacCaa, MacCause, MacCaw, MacCondey, MacCondeyie, MacCondy, MacEach, MacEachern, MacEoin, MacErrachar, MacErracher, MacFarlain, MacFarlan, MacFarland, MacFarlane, MacFarlin, MacFarquahar, Macferlant (in Poland), MacGaw, MacGeoch, MacGilchrist, MacGreusach, MacGreusich, MacInally, MacInnes, MacInnis, MacInstalker, MacIock, MacJames, MacJock, MacKindlay, MacKinlay, MacNair, MacNaiyer, MacNayer, MacNeur, MacNider, MacNiter, MacNoyer, MacNuyer, Macondray, MacParlan, MacParland, MacParlane, MacPharlan, MacPharland, MacPharlane, MacRobb, MacWalter, MacWilliam, Mays, McAlister, McAnear, McEachern, McEathron, McFarlain, McFarlan, McFarland, McFarlane, McFarlin, McFerrin, McGaw, McKinlay, McLaren, McLaughlan, McNair, McParlan, McParland, McParlane, McPharlan, McPharland, McPharlane, McRobbie, Megaw, Michie, Millar, Miller (in Dunbarton), Monach, Monachock, Moore, Mullin, Nacfaire (in France), Nicely, Parlan, Poland, Pomykal, Porter, Robb, Robbs, Smith (in Dunbarton), Spargo, Spruell, Stalker, Stewart, Sullivan, Tarbet, Thomas, Thomason, Thomson, Umstead, Walker, Weaver, Webster, Weir, Whitt, Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Wylie, Wyllie, Young

Background

The origin of this clan is to be found in the dynasty of the mormaers (later earls) of Lennox.  A younger son (Gilchrist) of the 2nd Earl of Lennox was the progenitor of the barons of Arrochar who later became the chiefs of clan Macfarlane in the person of his great-grandson, Parlan, who became the name-founder of the clan. From his son, Malcolm, onwards the surname MacFarlane became fixed. There are instances of a cadet taking his father's Christian name as surname, such as MacAllan (son of Allan MacFarlane) and Thomson or Thomason (son of Thomas MacFarlane). Many of the rank and file of the clan took other names designating their vocation, such as Stalker and Miller, while others adopted names from motives of prudence when the clan came into conflict with the authorities. As a result clan Macfarlane has many associated Sept surnames and some bearing these names were originally Macfarlanes. From the ancestral lands of Arrochar the Macfarlanes spread throughout the Highlands and to Northern Ireland. Today Macfarlanes are found around the world. 



HOUSE of LENNOX 

Muireadhach/Murdac, Mormaer of Lennox; Founder of the House of Lennox; born circa 1050; had a son: 

Maoldomhnaich/Maldouen, Mormaer of Lennox; born circa 1075 (may have witnessed a charter of King David I. to Glasgow in c. 1136); had a son: 

Muireadhach/Murdac, Mormaer of Lennox; born circa 1100; married a daughter of Alwyn MacArkyl who was prominent at the Court of King David I. (1124-1153).They had an elder son: 

Ailin/Alwyn, last Mormaer & 1st Earl of Lennox; born circa 1125; died before 1177/78 when King William the Lion put the earldom under the wardship of his brother Prince David, later 1st Earl of Huntingdon; had an eldest son: 

Ailin/Alwyn, 2nd Earl of Lennox; born circa 1160; died before 1217; married Lady Eva de Menteith, daughter of Gilchrist, 1st Earl of Menteith. They had, with a 5th son Sir Amhlaibh/Aulay (whose twice-great-grandson became earl) and a 7th son GilleCriosd/Gilchrist (see HOUSE of ARROCHAR below), an eldest son: 

Maoldomhnaich/Maldouen, 3rd Earl of Lennox; born circa 1180; died after 12 March 1250/51; married Elizabeth FitzAlan, daughter of Walter, 3rd High Stewart. They had an elder son: 

MaelColuim/Malcolm, Master of Lennox, Knt.; born circa 1205; died in the first week of August 1248; knighted; had with a daughter, Maud/Matilda who married her first cousin once removed Duncan de Arrochar, 2nd Baron (see HOUSE of ARROCHAR below), a son: 

MaelColuim/Malcolm, 4th Earl of Lennox; born circa 1245; died circa 1303; succeeded his grandfather; supported King Robert I.’s claim to throne; forced to sign the Ragman's Roll and submit to Edward I., King of England; married Marjorie/Margaret (surname unknown). They had a son: 

MaelColuim/Malcolm, 5th Earl of Lennox; born circa 1280; killed at Halidon Hill on 19 July 1333; held hostage by Edward I., King of England in 1304; attended King Robert I.’s coronation in 1306; boon companion of the king throughout his wars; commanded his comital host in Sir Edward de Brus’s division at Bannockburn in 1314; married Lady (Margaret?) de Mar, daughter of Gartney, 8th Earl of Mar and his wife Lady Christina de Brus sister of King Robert I. They had an eldest son: 

Donald, 6th Earl of Lennox; born circa 1300; died after May 1361 (in 1365?); had a daughter: 

Margaret, 7th Countess of Lennox; born circa 1325; died before 17 February1391/92; married (circa 1344) her fourth cousin once removed Walter de Faslane, 5th Baron, Tosheagor of Lennox, Heir-male of Lennox, and in her right Earl of Lennox, thrice-great-grandson of Ailin/Alwyn, 2nd Earl of Lennox. They had an eldest son: 

Donnchad/Duncan, 8th Earl of Lennox, Knt.; born circa 1345; executed at Stirling Castle on 25 May 1425; knighted before 1385 when his parents resigned the earldom to him, having already married (before 30 March 1373) Helen Campbell of Lochawe, daughter of Sir Archibald Campbell of Lochawe, 2nd Baron. They had an eldest daughter: 

Isabella, 9th Countess of Lennox & Duchess of Albany; born circa 1374; died circa 1457; married (contract 17 February 1391/92) her fourth cousin once removed Murdac, 2nd Duke of Albany & Regent of Scotland (executed at Stirling Castle on 25 May 1425), son of Robert, 1st Duke of Albany & Regent of Scotland. Their sons predeceased her without legitimate issue and the earldom passed from the House of Lennox. 


HOUSE of ARROCHAR 

Gilchrist de Lennox, 1st Baron of Arrochar. Name in Gaelic: GilleCriosdMacAilin. Founder of the House of Arrochar. Born circa 1190; died after 1250; 7th son of Ailin/Alwyn, 2nd Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above); received the feudal barony of Arrochar from his eldest brother Maoldomhnaich/Maldouen, 3rd Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above), circa 1225 during King Alexander II.’s reign. Witnessed many of his brother's charters between 1217 and 1250; if he lived beyond the latter year he may not have survived the Norse invasion of the Scottish mainland in 1263 which devastated Arrochar and Loch Lomondside, but in any case he died previous to a charterbeing granted to his heir sometime before 1284. Married an heiress from the Lothians whose lands he exchanged with the king for those of Glenfalloch and Glendochart. They had, with a youngest son GilleCriosd/Gilchrist, an eldest son: 

Duncan de Arrochar, 2nd Baron. Name in Gaelic: Donnchad MacGilleCriosd. Born circa 1227; died after 28 August 1296. Received a charter confirming Arrochar to him from his first cousin once removed and brother-in-law MaelColuim/Malcolm, 4th Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above), which can be dated by the names of the witnesses to before 1284. Forced to sign the Ragman's Roll and submit to Edward I., King of England, at Berwick on 28 August1296. Married his first cousin once removed Maud/Matilda de Lennox (see HOUSEof LENNOX above). They had an elder son: 

Malduin de Arrochar, 3rd Baron. Name in Gaelic: Maoldomhnaich MacDonnchad. Born circa 1260; held the barony during the War of Independence against the English. As a cadet of the House of Lennox, if he was alive and able-bodied, he would have fought under his first cousin MaelColuim/Malcolm, 5th Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above), for King Robert I. at Bannockburn on 24 June 1314; had a son: 

Parlan de Arrochar, 4th Baron. Name in Gaelic: Pharlan MacMaoldomhnaich. From Parlan the clan took its name therefore he is reckoned to be the first Chief of Clan MacFarlane. Born circa 1290; died before 4 May 1354. Like his father, as a cadet of the House of Lennox he would have fought under the command of his first cousin once removed MaelColuim/Malcolm, 5th Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above), during the War of Independence including at Bannockburn in 1314 and at Halidon Hill where the latter was killed on 19 July 1333. Resigned Arrochar in 1344 to his eldest son: 

Malcolm MacFarlane of Arrochar, 2nd Chief & 5th Baron. Born circa 1320; died before 10 June 1395; received Arrochar from his father by resignation in1344; received a charter confirming Arrochar to him from his second cousin once removed Donald, 6th Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above), who granted him another charter on 4 May 1354 which discharged him and his heirs from any past,and future, feu duties owed for Arrochar; had a son: 

Donnchad/Duncan MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 3rd Chief & 6th Baron. First known to use the chiefly style “of that Ilk.” Born circa 1365; died before 1426; received a charter of confirmation to Arrochar, dated 10 June1395, in which his father was noted as deceased from his fourth cousin Duncan, 8th Earl of Lennox (see HOUSE of LENNOX above). The charters to the first and second barons were confirmed under the Great Seal of King James I. on 13February 1420 (Old Style) during the regency of his fifth cousin Murdac, 2nd Duke of Albany (not that of his father Robert, 1st Duke of Albany, who died on 2 September 1420). Granted a liferent, in 1395, of the lands of Kenlochlong, Inveriock, Glenluin, and Portcable (probably at the time of their wedding) to his fourth cousin once removed Christian Campbell of Lochawe, daughter of Sir Colin Campbell of Lochawe, 3rd Baron. They had an eldest son: 

Iain/John MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 4th Chief & 7th Baron. Born circa 1396; died before 18 January 1441 (Old Style). Married Jean Mure of Rowallan, daughter of Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan, 2nd Baron whose sister (i.e.Jean’s aunt) Elizabeth (died 1353) was the first wife of King Robert II. whilst the latter was still only the seventh Lord High Stewart of Scotland and Heir-Presumptive to the throne. They had a son: 

Donnchad/Duncan MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 5th Chief & 8th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1420; may have been killed at Stalc in 1468. Served and returned heir to his father on 18 January1441 (Old Style); had an elder son: 

Bhaltar/Walter MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 6th Chief & 9th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1440, may have been killed at Sauchieburn on 11 June 1488. Served on an assize which dealt with the division of the earldom of Lennox on 4 November 1473; later mentioned in a charter granted to the burgh of Dumbarton, in 1486, under the Great Seal of his third cousin once removed King James III. Married first to the only daughter of James, 2nd Lord Livingston. They had an elder son: 

Andrew MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 7th Chief & 10th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1460; witnessed a charter for his fourth cousin John, 10th Earl of Lennox on 17 September 1490; also witnessed a charter to the burgh of Dumbarton in 1493. Married his fourth cousin once removed Lady Barbara Stuart, daughter of John, 10th Earl of Lennox. Earl John’s succession as Heir of line to Lennox took many years and required heavy payments to his rivals, in light of which he would have wanted to secure the support of Andrew, the Heir-male of the earldom, by way of this marriage. They had a son: 

Sir Iain/John MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 8th Chief & 11th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1480; killed at Flodden on 9 September 1513. Knighted by his fifth cousin King James IV., and died with him and many others including his division commander who was both his uncle and his late first wife’s brother-in-law Matthew, 11th Earl of Lennox. Sir Iain/John married thrice. With his second wife, a daughter of Herbert, 1st Lord Herries, he had a son, Bhaltar/Walter (ancestor of kits 58476, 195504, 230321, 113242, & 50803 in Sub-lineage A of the Cadets Lineage in the MacFarlane DNA Project). With his first wife, a natural daughter of James, 1st Lord Hamilton, he had an eldest son: 

Andrew MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 9th Chief & 12th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1500; died soon after 21December 1544 when he and his brothers, along with his heir, were charged by the Privy Council with having led over six hundred men in an attack on Rossdhu. Called “Anndra am fhiosrachair” Andrew the Wizard from his use of magic tricks which he picked up whilst a student in Rome he is reputed to have composed the clan Pibroch Thogail nam Bo; resigned his barony into the hands of his first cousin once removed Matthew, 13th Earl of Lennox, for regrant to his elder son on 17 July 1543. Married his fifth cousin Lady Margaret Cunningham, daughter of Cuthbert, 3rd Earl of Glencairn. They had an elder son: 

Duncan MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 10th Chief & 13th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1520; killed at Pinkie Cleugh on 10 September 1547. Invested in Arrochar on 17 July 1543 by his second cousin Matthew, 13th Earl of Lennox (later Regent of Scotland for his grandson King James VI.), served under him in mid-1544 when he led three hundred of his clansmen at the battle of Glasgow Muir for Earl Matthew and his ally William, 4th Earl of Glencairn, who was Duncan's maternal uncle, against his first cousin once removed James, 1st Duke of Chatellerault, Regent of Scotland; later that same year (21 December 1544) he was charged, with his father and uncles, before the Privy Council for attacking Rossdhu with twice that many men. Married twice, with his second wife, his first cousin twice removed, Katherine/Anne Colquhoun of Luss, daughter of Sir John Colquhoun of Luss, 11th& 13th Baron and his wife Lady Elizabeth/Margaret Stuart, Lady Luss, daughter, in turn, of John, 10th Earl of Lennox, he had an elder son: 

Andrew MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 11th Chief & 14th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1544; died in 1612. Led a force of some hundreds of his clansmen at the battle of Langside, on 13 May 1568, which broke the flank of Queen Mary’s army and gave the victory to her half-brother James, 1st Earl of Moray, the Regent. For this action in defense of his third cousin once removed King James VI.’s Crown he received a grant of a crest to his Arms along with the motto This I'll Defend. He built the castle on Eilean-a-vow in 1577 and played host to King James VI. Married his sixth cousin twice removed Agnes Maxwell of Newark, daughter of Sir Patrick Maxwell of Newark, 5th Baron. They had a second but eldest surviving son: 

Iain/John MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 12th Chief & 15th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1566; died after 1645. Bailie to Ludovic, 2nd Duke of Lennox. Married four times, with his second wife, his ninth cousin, Lady Helen Stewart, eldest daughter of Francis, 1st Earl of Bothwell, son of John, 1st Lord Darnley, a natural son of King JamesV., he had an eldest son: 

Walter MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 13th Chief & 16th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1589; died in 1664. A"cavalier" in the civil wars, he fought under James, 1st Marquess ofMontrose, during his whirlwind campaign of 1644-45. As a result his estate was attacked, Inveruglas Castle was destroyed, and he was heavily fined by the Cromwellians. He survived to see the restoration of the king for whom he had sacrificed so much and received a confirmation of his Arms with the addition of the slogan Loch Sloy. Married his sixth cousin twice removed Margaret Sempill of Beltries, a daughter of Sir James Sempill of Beltries, 2nd Baron. They had an eldest son: 

Iain/John MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 14th Chief & 17th Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1618; died before 25 February 1679. A “cavalier” like his father. Married twice without male issue, therefore succeeded by his younger brother: 

Andrew MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar & Ardess, 15th Chief &18th & 1st Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1620; died 8 July 1709. Received the barony of Ardess on the east side of Loch Lomond (matriculating Arms at the Court of the Lord Lyon as MacFarlane of Ardess in 1672 differencing both the Arms and their crest from those of his elder brother who was then chief). A “cavalier” in the tradition of his House, soon after his succession occurred the battle of Bothwell Brig, on 22 June1679, where the Covenanters were broken with the storming of the gate by his sixth cousin once removed James, 1st Duke of Monmouth & Buccleuch, who led the victorious charge of the Foot Guards supported by General Thomas Dalyell at the head of a detachment of Macfarlanes. Married twice, with issue by both wives. With his second wife Jean Campbell of Strachur, daughter of Lt-Col.Colin Campbell of Strachur, 13th Baron, he had younger sons Capt. Duncan (ancestor of kit 143673 in 
Sub-lineage A of the Cadets Lineage in the MacFarlane DNA Project), and Lieut. Walter (ancestor of kit 123258 in Sub-lineage A of the Cadets Lineage in the MacFarlane DNA Project). With his first wife, his eleventh cousin, Elizabeth/Alison Buchanan of Ross, eldest daughter of John Buchanan of Ross, 2nd Baron he had an eldest son: 


Col. John MacFarlane, Younger of that Ilk and Fiar of Arrochar & Ardess. Born circa 1664; died 13 May 1705. Built a new manison at Inverioch in 1697 which became the family's seat. Unfortunately for the family he was an investor in the Darien Company. Married twice, with his second wife, his seventh cousin, The Hon. Helen Arbuthnott, fifth daughter of Robert, 2nd Viscount of Arbuthnott, he had an eldest surviving son: 

Walter MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 16th Chief & 19th Baron, LL.D., Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1698; died 5 April 1767 at Canongate in Edinburgh. Admitted burgess in Glasgow (8 July 1723), honourary burgess in St. Andrews (1 September 1760), and probably burgess in Rutherglen (1 August 1723). The most respected genealogist of his time the University of Glasgow conferred an honourary degree of Doctor of Laws on him (25 January 1756) for his great knowledge of Scottish antiquities. He is said to have declined nomination to the post of Lord Lyon King of Arms. When he matriculated his Arms at the Court of the Lord Lyon (2 March 1750) he had the destination changed from heirs male to his heirs (which includes heirs female). By doing so he opened up to the succession to daughters upon the failure of sons. This came to pass with the death of his twice-great-grandnephew William in 1866 (see below). Married late in life without issue, therefore succeeded by his younger brother: 

William MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 17th Chief & 20th Baron, M.D., Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born circa 1701; died in April 1791 at Bredisholme in Lanarkshire. Admitted burgess in Glasgow (8 July 1723) and burgess in Rutherglen (1 August 1723). Studied at the University of Leyden, in Holland, and graduated M.D. from the University of Rheims, in France (1725), and again from St. Andrews University (1727); also a Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (Fellow, 1768), Edinburgh, where he was in practice, and was admitted burgess there (16 September 1732). Unfortunately he became so mired in debt that even the selling of his Large Island estate on Jamaica could not clear it so he was forced to sell the lands of the barony of Arrochar to satisfy his creditors on 7 July 1784. Married Christian Dewar of Vogrie, only daughter of James Dewar of Vogrie, 1st Baron. They had an eldest son: 

John MacFarlane, Younger of that Ilk & Fiar of Arrochar. Born circa 1730; died 21 May 1782 at Brompton in London. Married Catherine Walkinshaw of Walkinshaw, daughter of James Walkinshaw of that Ilk and his wife Margaret Walkinshaw of Barrowfield & Camlachie whose sister Clementina Walkinshaw of Barrowfield & Camlachie, later Gräfin von Alberstrof, was the paramour of H.R.H. Charles, Prince of Wales (later de jure King Charles III.). They had an elder son: 

William MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 18th Chief & 21st Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born (an elder twin) 29 May 1770 at Hermiston in Salton Parish, East Lothian; died circa 1820; had a son: 

Walter MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 19th Chief & 22nd Baron, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born in 1792; died in 1830, had, with a daughter, a son: 

William MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar, 20th Chief & 23rd Baron ofArrochar, Heir-male of the ancient earldom of Lennox. Born in 1813; died in1866. He never married, therefore the change in destination came into effect under the 1750 matriculation (mentioned above) and the succession opened to his sister: 

Jane Watt MacFarlane of MacFarlane & Arrochar, The Maid of Arrochar, Heiress of Line. Born in 1817 at what shortly thereafter became Peterborough in the Eastern District of the Upper Canada Colony in British North America (now Peterborough, Peterborough County, Ontario, Canada); died 21 October 1887 at 7 Merton Street in South Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, County Durham. Her brother’s death brought into effect the change in destination from the 1750 matriculation and the way was then open for her to matriculate her Arms in the Court of the Lord Lyon King of Arms and be recognized by The Crown as the twenty-first chief. That she did not do so before her own death does not in anyway cut off her descendants from the right of succession. Therefore, her Senior Representative has the first right to the succession to the chiefship of Clan MacFarlane and the barony of Arrochar. To do so they shall have to prove their descent and matriculate the Name and Arms of MacFarlane of that Ilk & Arrochar in the Court of the Lord Lyon King of Arms. Married (25 June 1839, Saltcoats, Stevenston Parish, Ayrshire, Scotland) James Scott, an architect and son of William Scott and his wife Mary Galbraith, daughter of James Galbraith and his wife Margaret Crichton. They had a second but eldest surviving son: 

James Galbraith Scott, Heir of Line. Born 11 March 1850 at West Kilbride in Ayrshire; died 29 March 1916 at West Sunderland in County Durham. Married (18 November 1879, Kyleshill, Stevenston Parish, Ayrshire) Janet Dunlop Craig, daughter of Capt. John Dunlop Craig and his wife Margaret Kerr. They had an eldest son: 

James Galbraith Scott, Heir of Line. Born 29 June 1884 at Kyleshill in Stevenston Parish, Ayrshire; died in 1952 at Southsea in Hampshire. Served in the Royal Garrison Artillery during the First World War.

General Fund

Current balance: $4.00

Type Amount Date Donor Note KitNum Donation Type
Debit $46.00 2/21/2013     274583 Unknown
Credit $35.00 1/28/2013     51885 Unknown
Debit $35.00 12/31/2012     51885 Unknown
Debit $109.00 12/3/2012     61519 Unknown
Debit $109.00 11/20/2012     123258 Unknown
Debit $109.00 11/20/2012     143673 Unknown
Debit $109.00 11/20/2012     50803 Unknown
Debit $109.00 11/20/2012     58476 Unknown
Credit $545.00 11/15/2012 George Greig MacFarlane To upgrade kits 50803, 58476, 113242, 123258, 143673   Memory Of
Credit $50.00 11/2/2012 Dennis Breene Mother's family name is Wylie   Unknown
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Project Stats

Statistic Type Count
Big Y 12
Combined GEDCOMs Uploaded 75
DISTINCT mtDNA Haplogroups 81
DISTINCT Y-DNA Confirmed Haplogroups 25
DISTINCT Y-DNA Predicted Haplogroups 10
Family Finder 128
Genographic 2.0 Transfers 15
Maternal Ancestor Information 199
mtDNA 112
mtDNA Full Sequence 65
mtDNA Plus 93
mtDNA Subgroups 13
Paternal Ancestor Information 308
Predicted Y-DNA Haplogroups 85
Total Members 399
Unpredicted Y-DNA Haplogroups 1
Unreturned Kits 33
Y-DNA Deep Clade (After 2008) 47
Y-DNA Deep Clade (Prior to 2008) 15
Y-DNA Subgroups 77
Y-DNA111 93
Y-DNA12 317
Y-DNA25 286
Y-DNA37 275
Y-DNA67 196