STEWART STUART (royal) Y DNA Project - Results


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Written 12/20/2016 by Stewart (royal Bonkyll S781+  branch , 143035 , L58W-HRD , MyHeritage , my pedigree , YF02381).

How to Demolish Brick Walls From Several Directions At Once
& New Coupons.

Greetings Cousins,

Men who have the same TERMINAL SNP (s) and off modal STR marker values:

  • Have 100% reliable and scientific PROOF that they belong to the same branches of their family.
  • Can eliminate those who do not belong to their own branches.
  • Can help each other to break through their genealogical "brick walls" from several directions !
  • Can be positioned on phylogenetic trees like the ones at http://www.ytree.net/DisplayTree.php?blockID=86 and http://www.s781.org/allsnps.html .

The only way for a branch of your family:

  • To discover its most recent Terminal SNP(s) is for one of its members to have a Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) test, e.g., Big Y.
  • To discover its member's ~500 useful and reliable off modal STR marker values is via a $49 analysis of their NGS test results.

The MORE members of a branch discover their Terminal SNPs and ~500 off modal STR marker values, the more likely they will be able to identify their Last Common Patrilineal Ancestor (LCPA), e.g., one of the descendants of Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll.

This is why FTDNA's following projects have offered to help its members to pay for their Big Y test if they tested positive for:

FTDNA delivers your Terminal SNPs but not the ~500 STR marker values that are included in all NGS test results. Another company does so for only $49 (less than $.10 for each marker value instead of over $3 each).

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Analysis Of My Big Y Results

Table # 1 (scroll down and to your right) shows part of (CENSORED)'s analysis of my Big Y test results and that:
* Approximately 500 reliable STR marker values are included in the results of Big Y tests.
* Big Y tests include ALL of the markers that my Y-DNA111 test did except DYS 413 and DYS 447.
* 500 STR marker values are over four times as useful as only 111.

Only NGS test results include both SNP and STR markers, so I agree with Steve St. Clair, that Big Y is the "last test that you have to take with FTDNA".

Your computer will automatically search for an STR comparison table that shows the ~500 STR marker values of sixteen or more descendants of Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll if you avoid scrolling, etc. for about ten seconds after you click on this link: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~stewartroyal/index.html#ta2. The only way that I can add your ~500 STR marker values to tables like this one is for you to pay $49 to have the results of your Big Y test analyzed.

SNPs Are The BEST Proof Of Ancestry

Ducal descendant of King Charles II # 39568 and everyone else who tests positive for SNP S781 descends from Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll (c1245 - 1298).

Table # 5 below compares the Y-DNA67 STR test results of Duke 39568 and country boy #143035. It shows that their Last Common Patrilineal Ancestor (LCPA) may have been John Stewart, 3rd Earl of Lennox (c. 1490 - 1526). Whether or not this is true could be determined via a comparison of their most recent Terminal SNPs.

Our royal Stewart projects will gladly compensate whoever paid for the NGS tests of Duke 39568 and other Stewart aristocrats with good pedigrees if their results are made public.

Discount Coupons

If you want to order a Big Y test that will benefit every member of your family, please use $75 off Big Y coupon # R21RO2DNS5N9 (VAILD UNTIL 12/25/2016) before anyone else does.

More coupons may be found via the spreadsheet at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CgXRKz2TySvRqSInveSIYoslO7yexAc9d-BzpNhaY1c/edit#gid=1338933495 (select the correct week of the sale at the bottom left corner of the spreadsheet).




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Written 11/21/20166 by Stewart (royal Bonkyll S781+  branch , 143035 , L58W-HRD , MyHeritage , my pedigree , YF02381).

FTDNA's Holiday Sale Coupons

FTDNA's Holiday Sale ends on December 31st at 11:59 pm CST. Until then FTDNA will give each of its customers one new coupon code each week, and a second if someone else uses her/his first coupon. Unused coupons expire within seven days so donate yours ASAP. Coupons that are donated at the last minute may not be used unless someone discovers them before they expire.

People who want to help each other kindly donate & receive free coupons on a first come, first serve basis via the spreadsheet at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CgXRKz2TySvRqSInveSIYoslO7yexAc9d-BzpNhaY1c/edit#gid=1338933495Select the correct week of the sale at the bottom left corner of the spreadsheet.

The old sheets are LOCKED so that no new codes can be added to them, but not hidden, since codes offered during previous weeks may still work. Scroll around if you do not see an unused coupon.

Check often and for as long as the sale lasts for the discount that you want (few $100 coupons are offered so you may have to settle for less). Some coupons expire before they are used, so you may not have to compete or beg for one.

Coupons are stackable with sale prices. FTDNA's $59.00 (or $49 with a $10 coupon) Family Finder test is a bargain if your results are NOT in FTDNA's autosomal database yet. You may learn more about your own ancestry if you can persuade your kinfolk to have autosomal DNA tests too.

The sooner you buy a DNA test, the longer your family will benefit from it.

Those who miss this year's Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) test sale may have to wait an entire long year for another, or pay more. Unfortunately, one can not purchase a Big Y test unless one has ordered at least a $59 Y-DNA12 STR test first, e.g., via the web page at https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?&group=Stuart&vGroup=Stuart (use the main scroll bar after clicking on this link). You may qualify in time if you order an STR test ASAP.

Why Discover Your Unique Terminal SNP(s)?

The main purpose of a NGS test, e.g., Big Y, is to discover one's UNIQUE TERMINAL SNP (s). None of FTDNA's STR, SNP pack and other DNA tests except Big Y can do this.

Comparisons of the TERMINAL SNP(s) of distant cousins make it possible for them to be scientifically positioned on phylogenetic trees like the ones at http://www.ytree.net/DisplayTree.php?blockID=86 and http://www.s781.org/allsnps.html.

Terminal SNPs help even people who have no genealogical records to discover:
 * More about their recent patrilineal ancestors and the branches and sub-branches to which they and their distantly related cousins belong.
 * More about the biological family, tribe, nation, race, etc. to which their distantly related patrilineal ancestors belonged and where they lived, e.g., one, four, ten, twenty, a hundred, etc. thousand years ago.

SNPs Are The BEST Proof Of Ancestry

Ducal descendant of King Charles II # 39568 and everyone else who tests positive for SNP S781 descends from Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll (c1245 - 1298).

Table # 5 below compares the Y-DNA67 STR test results of Duke 39568 and Stewart 143035 (me). It shows that their Last Common Patrilineal Ancestor (LCPA) may have been John Stewart, 3rd Earl of Lennox (c. 1490 - 1526). Whether or not this is true could be determined via a comparison of their Terminal SNPs. Our royal Stewart projects would gladly compensate whoever paid for the NGS tests of Duke 39568 and other Stewart aristocrats with good pedigrees if their results were made public.

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Why Have a BIG Y (SNP plus STR) Test?

During FTDNA's holiday sale one may be able to purchase a $425 Big Y test that includes over four times as many STR marker values as a $300.00+ Y-DNA111 STR test. Why have 25% of your STR marker values tested more than once?

I agree with Steve St. Clair, that Big Y is the ONLY and "last test that you have to take with FTDNA". See his excellent Nov 17, 2013 video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtMS1rIbPc0&t=2s. His Apr 15, 2011 interview of President Greenspan is at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stevestclair/2011/04/15/sinclair-dna-and-bennett-greenspan-founder-of-ftdna (an ad-supported link).

Your Big Y test results will include both SNP and about 500 STR markers. One reason that I recommend that a member of every branch of every family purchase a Big Y test FIRST (before any other Y-DNA test) is that none of FTDNA's other STR tests include SNPs. SNPs make it possible for DNA project administrators to correctly:
 * Interpret most of the results of a man's Y-DNA111, Y-DNA500, etc. STR tests without having to GUESS !
 * Compare a man's Y-DNA test results to those of his distantly related patrilineal cousins far more reliably.

Big Y test results are also important because they can:
 * Help one's known family members to achieve their genealogical goals far better than any other Y-DNA test sold by FTDNA can.
 * Further our common genealogical progress. Please contact an administrator if you can NOT afford a Big Y test, and are willing to accept a handout from your generous cousins in order to help our beautiful phylogenetic tree to grow and bear fruit as quickly as possible.
 * Sooner or later help you to find allies who have your TERMINAL SNP(s) too, i.e., belong to your own branch, and who can therefore help you to break through your genealogical "brick walls" from more than one direction ! The more members of a branch discover their Terminal SNPs, the more likely its Last Common Patrilineal Ancestor (LCPA) will be identified.

We might not have learned that all descendants of Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll test positive for SNP S781 if donors had not funded the genealogical, etc. research that was done by FTDNA's S781 project Administrator Alasdair Macdonald and his team of researchers at the University of Stratcylde during its Banockburn project. The more donations it receives the more likely the LCPAs of more branches of our family will be identified.

If the Duke of Buccleuch and our other aristocratic cousins allow their Terminal SNPs to be added to our S781 phlogenetic tree, some current or future members of FTDNA's royal Stewart projects may discover that they are closely related to them.

Administrator Desideriu's recently updated S781 phylogenetic tree below now shows that only seven of its branches include only one person, i.e., that the Stewarts who order Big Y tests during this sale are about twice as likely to belong to a branch that has already been discovered as not.

Table # 1 (scroll down and to your right) shows part of www. (CENSORED) .com's analysis of my Big Y test results and:
 * Proves that approximately 500 reliable STR marker values are included in the results of Big Y tests.
 * Clearly that Big Y tests include all of the markers that my Y-DNA111 test did except DYS 413 and DYS 447. If YFULL's experts can analyse these Big Y STR test results for $49, why doesn't FTDNA do so too?

Your computer will automatically search for a table that shows the ~500 STR marker values of sixteen or more descendants of Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll (c1245 - 1298) if you avoid scrolling, etc. for about ten seconds after you click on this link: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~stewartroyal/index.html#ta2.

FTDNA will not go out of business if its customers skip the Y-DNA111, etc. STR tests, buy only Big Y (SNP + STR) Y-DNA tests, and spend their savings, e.g., on autosomal and MtDNA tests. For the cost of Big Y tests to increase even if we stop buying Y-DNA111, etc. STR tests may be impossible, since better NGS tests are available.

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To What Family Did Our Ancestors Belong 1000 Years Ago?

Alex Williamson was able to create the phylogenetic tree at http://www.ytree.net/DisplayTree.php?blockID=7 because everyone listed in it had an NGS test. It displays:

  1. The TERMINAL SNPs and geographical origins of some of the descendants of the patrilineal family to which our Stewart ancestors belonged a thousand or more years ago (few had surnames at that time).
  2. More branches of the royal Stewart family than Royal Stewart project administrator Desideriu's S-781 phylogenetic tree below.

Being King Was Risky

Sir James Hamilton of Finnart wanted custody of James V, the one year old son of King James IV, so he murdered the 3rd Earl of Lennox after the battle of Flodden. The Earl's murdered grandson Henry Stewart, Duke of Albany (1545 – 1567) was the father of King James I of England (1566 – 1625), and the tenth great grandfather of Queen Elizabeth II.

King James said: ’I can make a lord, but only God can make a gentleman’. His grandfather King James IV was so gentlemanly that he gave the Anglo-Saxons a month's notice that he intended to honor his treaty with France by attacking them, and thereby got himself and thousands of Scots killed unnecessarily.

The imperialist government of England gave a similar pretext for declaring two fratricidal World Wars against Germany, thereby got millions of our kinsmen killed unnecessarily, and lost much of the most powerful and largest empire in history to boot.

World history might have been more peaceful if Parliament had not discriminated against James II and his Catholic kinsmen (possibly so that Europe's financial center could be transferred from Amsterdam to London).

Must We Believe Lies In Order To Survive?

We and our posterity are more likely to become sane enough to survive if we stop allowing our social and religious norms to trump scientific norms and the truth.

Slush money recipient and forger Winston Churchill wrote: "In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies" (from which we still suffer today). "Winnie" was the fifth great-grandson of bribe recipient John Churchill (1650 – 1722), the first Duke of Marlborough.

Does More Than One Species Of Mankind Exist?

DNA tests can tell us exactly how we are related to all of the descendants of the agnatic concestor (who is estimated to have lived about 338,000 years ago) of all of the extant biological "cryptic species" of mankind.

So many different domesticated and undomesticated species are known to produce fertile offspring in nature (interspecific hybrids) that biologists practically define a race or "species" as a population of organisms that are GENETICALLY more similar to each other than they are to members of other genepools.

E.g., despite their looks, Bonobos and Chimpanzees are classified as different species because they differ from each other in disposition and behavior as much as any two races of mankind, and because those differences are assumed to be instinctive instead of cultural. Is this evidence of prejudice and bigotry?

Why assume that all differences between the biological nations and races of mankind are intellectual and cultural instead of instinctive, even if they cause higher rates of violent crime, and therefore poverty?


Click here if you want to see a more complete version of this table.
1 Table # 1 The total # of STR markers that are included in Big Y tests. >123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118119120121122123124125126127128129130131132133134135136137138139140141142143144145146147148149150151152153154155156157158159160161162163164165166167168169170171172173174175176177178179180181182183184185186187188189190191192193194195 196197198199200201202203204205206207208209210211212213214215216217218219220221222223224225226227228229230231232233234235236237238239240241242243244245246247248249250251252253254255256257258259260261262263264265266267268269270271272273274275276277278279280281282283284285286287288289290291292293294295296297298299300301302303304305306307308309310311312313314315316317318319320321322323324325326327328329330331332333334335336337338339340341342343344345346347348349350351352353354355356357358359360361362363364365366367368369370371372373374375376377378379380381382383384385386387388389390391392393394395396397398399400401402403404405406407408409410411412413414415416417418419420421422423424425426427428429430431432433434435436437438439440441442443444445446447448449450451452453454455456457458459460461462463464465466467468469470471472473474475476477478479480481482483484485486487488489490491492493494495496497498499500501502503
2 The total # of STR markers that are included in Y-DNA111 STR tests > 12                               34                 5                                                                                                                                                                                         6789101112131415161718192021222324252627 2829303132333435 3637383940414243444546474849      50       51 5253  54 55 5657 58    5960    6162 63    64 65 66       67686970 71  72        73  74 7576  77 78 79 80 81  8283 84       85 8687 8889     90        91             92  9394 95 9697 98   99                                  100 101 102103104105          106   107108109110111
3 Names of STR markers that are included in Big Y Tests >ATA 71D03 CDY .1 CDY .2DXY S156DYF 371.1DYF 371.2DYF 371.3DYF 371.4DYF 380.1DYF 380.2DYF 381.1DYF 381.2DYF 382DYF 383.1DYF 383.2DYF 384.1DYF 384.2DYF 385.1DYF 385.2DYF 386.1DYF 386.2DYF 386.3DYF 386.4DYF 387.1DYF 387.2DYF 389DYF 390DYF 390.1DYF 390.2DYF 391.1DYF 391.2DYF 392DYF 393DYF 394 DYF 395.1 DYF 395.2DYF 396.1DYF 396.2DYF 398.1DYF 398.2DYF 399.1DYF 399.2DYF 399.3DYF 400.1DYF 400.2DYF 401.1DYF 401.2DYF 403.1DYF 403.2DYF 404.1DYF 404.2DYF 405.1DYF 405.2 DYF 406DYF 407.1DYF 407.2DYF 408.1DYF 408.2DYF 409.1DYF 409.2DYF 410.1DYF 410.2DYF 411.1DYF 411.2DYF 412.1DYF 412.2DYR 1DYR 10DYR 100DYR 101DYR 102DYR 103DYR 104DYR 105DYR 106DYR 107DYR 108DYR 110DYR 111DYR 112DYR 113DYR 114DYR 115DYR 116DYR 117DYR 118DYR 119DYR 12DYR 120DYR 121.1DYR 121.2DYR 122.1DYR 122.2DYR 123DYR 124.1DYR 124.2DYR 124.3DYR 125.1DYR 125.2DYR 126DYR 127DYR 128.1DYR 128.2DYR 13DYR 130DYR 131DYR 132.1DYR 132.2DYR 135DYR 136DYR 137DYR 138DYR 139DYR 14DYR 143DYR 144DYR 146DYR 15DYR 150DYR 152DYR 154DYR 156DYR 157DYR 158DYR 159DYR 160DYR 161DYR 162DYR 163DYR 164DYR 165DYR 166DYR 167DYR 168DYR 169DYR 170DYR 171DYR 17.1DYR 172DYR 17.2DYR 173DYR 17.3DYR 174DYR 175DYR 18.1DYR 18.2DYR 19DYR 2DYR 20DYR 23DYR 26DYR 27DYR 28DYR 29DYR 3DYR 30DYR 31DYR 32DYR 33DYR 35.1DYR 35.2DYR 36.1DYR 36.2DYR 38.1DYR 38.2DYR 39DYR 40DYR 41DYR 43DYR 44DYR 45.1DYR 45.2DYR 45.3DYR 46DYR 47DYR 48DYR 49DYR 5DYR 51DYR 52DYR 54DYR 55DYR 56DYR 57DYR 58.1DYR 58.2DYR 59DYR 6DYR 60DYR 61DYR 62DYR 63.1DYR 63.2DYR 64.1DYR 64.2DYR 65DYR 66.1DYR 66.2DYR 67.1DYR 67.2DYR 67.3DYR 67.4DYR 68.1DYR 68.2 DYR 68.3DYR 68.4DYR 69DYR 7DYR 70DYR 71DYR 73DYR 74DYR 75DYR 76DYR 77DYR 78DYR 79DYR 8DYR 80DYR 81DYR 82DYR 83DYR 84DYR 85DYR 87DYR 88.1DYR 88.2DYR 89DYR 90DYR 91DYR 9.1DYR 92DYR 9.2DYR 93DYR 94DYR 95DYR 96DYR 97DYR 99 DYS 19/394 DYS 385.1 DYS 385.2 DYS 388 DYS 389I DYS 389II DYS 390 DYS 391 DYS 392 DYS 393 DYS 413.1 DYS 413.2 DYS 425 DYS 426 DYS 434 DYS 435 DYS 436 DYS 437 DYS 438 DYS 439 DYS 441 DYS 442DYS 443 DYS 444 DYS 445 DYS 446 DYS 447 DYS 448 DYS 449 DYS 450 DYS 452DYS 453 DYS 454 DYS 455 DYS 456 DYS 458 DYS 459.1 DYS 459.2 DYS 460 DYS 461 DYS 462 DYS 463 DYS 464.1 DYS 464.2 DYS 464.3 DYS 464.4DYS 466DYS 467DYS 468DYS 469DYS 470DYS 471 DYS 472DYS 473DYS 474DYS 475DYS 476DYS 477DYSDYS 480 DYS 481DYS 484 DYS 485 DYS 487DYS 488DYS 489 DYS 490DYS 491 DYS 492DYS 493 DYS 494 DYS 495DYS 496 DYS 497DYS 499DYS 500DYS 501DYS 502 DYS 504 DYS 505DYS 506DYS 507DYS 508DYS 509 DYS 510 DYS 511DYS 512 DYS 513DYS 514DYS 516DYS 517DYS 518 DYS 520DYS 521 DYS 522DYS 523 DYS 525DYS 526ADYS 526BDYS 527.1DYS 527.2DYS 528.1DYS 528.2DYS 530 DYS 531 DYS 532 DYS 533 DYS 534DYS 536 DYS 537DYS 538DYS 539 DYS 540DYS 541DYS 542DYS 543DYS 544DYS 545DYS 546DYS 547DYS 548 DYS 549DYS 550DYS 551 DYS 552DYS 554 DYS 556 DYS 557DYS 558DYS 559 DYS 561DYS 562 DYS 565DYS 567 DYS 568DYS 569 DYS 570DYS 571 DYS 572DYS 573DYS 574 DYS 575 DYS 576DYS 577 DYS 578DYS 579DYS 580DYS 581DYS 582DYS 583DYS 584DYS 585 DYS 587DYS 588 DYS 589 DYS 590DYS 592 DYS 593 DYS 594DYS 595DYS 596DYS 598DYS 599DYS 600 DYS 607DYS 608DYS 609DYS 611DYS 612DYS 613DYS 614DYS 615DYS 616 DYS 617DYS 618DYS 619DYS 620DYS 621DYS 622DYS 623DYS 624DYS 625DYS 626DYS 627DYS 629DYS 630DYS 631 DYS 632DYS 633DYS 634 DYS 635 DYS 636DYS 637 DYS 638DYS 639 DYS 640 DYS 641DYS 642 DYS 643DYS 644DYS 645DYS 649 DYS 650DYS 651DYS 655DYS 656n/aDYS 662DYS 664DYS 666DYS 667DYS 668DYS 672DYS 673DYS 675DYS 676DYS 677DYS 678DYS 679DYS 681DYS 683DYS 684DYS 685DYS 686DYS 687DYS 688DYS 692DYS 694DYS 695DYS 696DYS 701DYS 702DYS 703DYS 705DYS 706DYS 707DYS 708DYS 709 DYS 710DYS 711 DYS 712DYS 713 DYS 714 DYS 715 DYS 716 DYS 717DYS 718DYS 719DYS 720DYS 721DYS 722DYS 723DYS 725.1DYS 725.2DYS 725.3DYS 725.4 DYS 726G09 411L13 13L14 YCA II.1 YCA II.2 Y-GATA-A10 Y-GATA-H4 Y-GGAAT-1B07
4 Names of STR markers that are included in Y-DNA111 STR tests >  CDY .1 CDY .2                                DYF 395.1 DYF 395.2                  DYF 406                                                                                                                                                                                          DYS 19/394 DYS 385.1 DYS 385.2 DYS 388 DYS 389I DYS 389II DYS 390 DYS 391 DYS 392 DYS 393 DYS 413.1 DYS 413.2 DYS 425 DYS 426 DYS 434 DYS 435 DYS 436 DYS 437 DYS 438 DYS 439 DYS 441 DYS 442  DYS 444 DYS 445 DYS 446 DYS 447 DYS 448 DYS 449 DYS 450 DYS 452  DYS 454 DYS 455 DYS 456 DYS 458 DYS 459.1 DYS 459.2 DYS 460 DYS 461 DYS 462 DYS 463 DYS 464.1 DYS 464.2 DYS 464.3 DYS 464.4       DYS 472        DYS 481  DYS 485 DYS 487   DYS 490  DYS 492  DYS 494 DYS 495  DYS 497     DYS 504 DYS 505     DYS 510 DYS 511  DYS 513     DYS 520  DYS 522  DYS 525        DYS 531 DYS 532 DYS 533 DYS 534  DYS 537   DYS 540         DYS 549   DYS 552  DYS 556 DYS 557   DYS 561  DYS 565  DYS 568  DYS 570  DYS 572   DYS 575 DYS 576  DYS 578        DYS 587  DYS 589 DYS 590  DYS 593 DYS 594      DYS 607         DYS 617              DYS 632   DYS 635 DYS 636  DYS 638  DYS 640 DYS 641  DYS 643    DYS 650                                   DYS 710  DYS 712  DYS 714 DYS 715 DYS 716 DYS 717           DYS 726    YCA II.1 YCA II.2 Y-GATA-A10 Y-GATA-H4 Y-GGAAT-1B07
5The Y-DNA~500 STR Marker MODE of the Royal Stewart Family > 1136371210121314101088139978101111141414303011x10x998268151688817xxx2223141626291515611111212815121310101111111317101012711105889511146x294710121061415771691012262712x810101371111.3116416181111991213101321131115131615302341111268374412x13x14xx10141012101312x1111101571714994712121112119111011159411x8691011161191114141794121277810109911119913136149710111513121116116341013158718191115612121413107712714111412132924111313232312129111215121213121312121425192983011111115179101112112414151717713171611278108811813822131513131112121210916x14813813161213101110171011122013143221911131013363335181991113131510101010131315181410164213128132591116981519111111111710111010101799998888101812128111510810722111598183381881412128881810933262811211098823121111101110810178818xx35850775911611111114510573921347978327529105152328213665214225242619151232192119xxxx1211341923141010
6  The 22 Off-modal STR marker values were discovered via my Big Y test: >x 35371210121314101088x9978101111 111414303011x10x998 27x151688817 23 23 25.1 22231416 252915156111112128151213101011111113171010 13xx1058x9511146x294710 10106xxxx1691012 252712x81010137xx116416181111991213101321131115x1615xxxxxxxxx12x13x14xx10 13101210.t1312x11x10157 18 15994712121112x9111011159411x869101116119 11 x1417xx1212xx81010991111991313x14 871011151312xx1163410131587xx11 16612121413107712714111412132924111313xx121291112151212131213121214x19x83011111115179 9111211x14151717713171611 288x88118x8221315x1311x121210916x148 148131612131011x17101112201314322191113101336 3235181991113131510101010131315181410164213128132591116x8151911111111 1610x101010179999888810 19x12811151081072211159x18 328x814x12x8818109332628x21109x823121111101110810178818xxx850775911611111114510x3921 35x783275 3010516x2821 35x21422524xx151232192119xxxx121134xx141010
7  The 6 Off-modal STR marker values were discovered via my Y-DNA111 test: >  3537                               1516                 11                                                                                                                                                                                         1411141213292411131323231212911121512121312 121214251930830 11111517991112112414151717      8       22 1513  12 12 916 14    1612    1710 12    21 11 10       11131313 10  13        12  25 1116 15  11 11 16 11  1017 9       19 128 1510     15        12             9  2312 11 1110 10   18                                  35 21 25242619          12   1923141010

Table # 2 Column number >12345-67891011121314-1516171819202122-23-24-25262728-293031323334-353637383940-414243444546474849-5051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111
The Names of Y-111 STR Markers > DYS 393 DYS 390 DYS 19/ 394 DYS 391 DYS 385 DYS 426 DYS 388 DYS 439 DYS 389 i DYS 392 DYS 389 ii DYS 458 DYS 459 DYS 455 DYS 454 DYS 447 DYS 437 DYS 448 DYS 449 DYS 464 DYS 460 Y-GATA-H4 YCA II DYS 456 DYS 607 DYS 576 DYS 570 CDY DYS 442 DYS 438 DYS 531 DYS 578 DYF 395 S1 DYS 590 DYS 537 DYS 641 DYS 472 DYF 406 S1 DYS 511 DYS 425 DYS 413 DYS 557 DYS 594 DYS 436 DYS 490 DYS 534 DYS 450 DYS 444 DYS 481 DYS 520 DYS 446 DYS 617 DYS 568 DYS 487 DYS 572 DYS 640 DYS 492 DYS 565 DYS 710 DYS 485 DYS 632 DYS 495 DYS 540 DYS 714 DYS 716 DYS 717 DYS 505 DYS 556 DYS 549 DYS 589 DYS 522 DYS 494 DYS 533 DYS 636 DYS 575 DYS 638 DYS 462 DYS 452 DYS 445 Y-GATA-A10 DYS 463 DYS 441 Y-GGAAT-1B07 DYS 525 DYS 712 DYS 593 DYS 650 DYS 532 DYS 715 DYS 504 DYS 513 DYS 561 DYS 552 DYS 726 DYS 635 DYS 587 DYS 643 DYS 497 DYS 510 DYS 434 DYS 461 DYS 435
The Y-111 STR MODE of the Royal Stewart Family >1324141111-14121212131329179-1011112515192914-15-17-17111019-231515171736-37121211915-1681010811101223-231610121215812222114121113111112113615916132526191211121211913121011113012142413101021151813241612152512231810141791211
My (143035) off-modal, etc. Y-111 STR marker values >13241411 11-1412121213132917 9-91111251519 30 14-15-17-171110 19-23151517 16 35-371212119 15-16810108111012 23-23161012121581222211412111311111211 351591613252619121112121191312101111301214241310102115181324161215251223 1910141791211
 The Y-67 results of a ducal descendant of Sir John (Duke 39568 ) >  13 24 14 11 11-14 12 12 12 13 13 29 17 9-10 11 11 25 15 19 30 14-15-16-17 11 10 19-23 15 15 17 17 36-37 12 12 11 9 15-16 8 10 10 8 11 10 12 23-23 16 10 12 12 15 8 12 22 21 14 12 11 13 11 11 12 11                                                                                        

Table # 3 - Genetic Distance
ID3
9
5
6
8
1
4
3
0
3
5
Duke 39568 (living)-4
Me (Stewart 143035)4-
- Hybrid mutation model is used
Table # 4 - Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor (Years)
ID3
9
5
6
8
1
4
3
0
3
5
Duke 39568 (living)-270 (1746 AD)
Me (Stewart 143035)270 (1746 AD)-
- Infinite allele mutation model is used
- Average mutation rate varies: 0.0041 to 0.0041, from FTDNA derived rates
- Probability is 50% that the TMRCA is no longer than indicated
- Average generaton: 30 years
Table # 5 - Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor (Years)
ID3
9
5
6
8
1
4
3
0
3
5
Duke 39568 (living)-510 (1506 AD)
Me (Stewart 143035)510 (1506 AD)-
- Infinite allele mutation model is used
- Average mutation rate varies: 0.0041 to 0.0041, from FTDNA derived rates
- Probability is 95% that the TMRCA is no longer than indicated
- Average generaton: 30 years
Branches of the R-S781 family