Smith Official DNA & One Name Study Project
Smith Official DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA-All Locations
TN Map Group Chart Members List
|Matched Group||Type||Tree/Ped/m/Y/X/FF(Aut)||Early Ancestor||Migration Path||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **7033/ YDNA||David Smith b 1789 TN > AL m Sally Gallimore||AR>AL>AR||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **4436/FF/AUT||Patrick Smith b c 1787 TN m Mary Ann Lindsey||TN>AL||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **639 / YDNA||Patrick Smith b c 1787 TN m Mary Ann Lindsey (2 David 3 David)Group Contact||TN>AL||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **3314/ YDNA||Thomas Smith b 1741 VA m Leah Agee||TN>KY>TN>TN||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **4747/ YDNA||Thomas Smith b 1741 VA m Leah Agee||VA>TN>KY>TN>UT||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **7589/ YDNA||Unknown||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **6794/ YDNA||Unknown||GRP-R-M269-90||Kit **3521/ YDNA||William Smith m Elizabeth Eunice Ritchie||KY>KY>KY|
Patrick Smith b/ 1787 TN, David Smith b/ 1789 TN and Richard smith b 1792 TN. Theory- James Smith...he was also known as Cherokee Jim Smith because he was a Cherokee mixed-blood. I believe he is a descendant of Cherokee Traders Richard or Abraham Smith, both sons of Richard Smith & Agnes Cocke. Cherokee Jim lived in TN and AL and probably parts of GA
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