Smith Official DNA & One Name Study Project
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William R Smith b 1786, lived in Tennessee, in Jersey, Greene and Washington Counties, IL
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William R Smith b 1786, lived in Tennessee, in Jersey, Greene and Washington Counties, IL, and probably died after 1860 in Wise County, TX. Descendants lived in Hardin County, TN, Lincoln County, MO and several Texas counties including Denton, Clay and Collingsworth, and many moved on to Oklahoma before statehood as well. Given and middles names in this family are Nolan, Joshua, Riley, King, Herrod, with the usual William, John, Thomas. Also Squire McClur Smith b 1860 TN m Mary Orlena Crabtree. Descendants in Lincoln MO, Washington IL
|Matched Group||Early Ancestor||Tree/Ped/m/Y/X/FF(Aut)||Type||Branch/ATGroup||Migration Path||GRP-R-M269-38||Jasper Newton Smith b c 1831 TN m Emily Burke||Kit # 2916***/ YDNA||Branch E17Hiebdt5||TN>CA||GRP-R-M269-38||Johnson||Kit # 3370***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-38-4713||GRP-R-M269-38||Squire McClur Smith b 1860 TN m Mary Orlena Crabtree||Kit # 1489***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-38-1||TN>AR>OK||GRP-R-M269-38||William R Smith b 1786 MD m Mary (2 Herrod 3 William T) Group Contact||Kit # 2711***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-38-4||MD>TN>IL||GRP-R-M269-38||William R Smith b 1786 MD m Mary (2 Herrod 3 William T)||Kit # 3680***/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-38-6||MD> TN>IL||GRP-R-M269-38||William R Smith b c 1786 MD m Mary (2 William K 3 Franklin P)||Kit # 9264***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-38-3||MD>TN>IL||GRP-R-M269-38||William R Smith b c 1786 MD m Mary (2 William K 3 Franklin P)||Kit # 7521***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-38-2||MD>TN>IL||GRP-R-M269-38||William Smith b 1813 TN m Nancy J||Kit # B995***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch 48XuwhQUfo||TN>KY>AR>MO|
For the Smith Official DNA Project (All Locations) a minimum of 25, or better, 37 YDNA markers, is strongly recommended. Many times one can appear to match other kits but the match falls apart after 12 markers. We do not attempt to match kits into groups on less than 25 with the exception of a strong paper trail or known family kinship with another tester.