Smith Official DNA & One Name Study Project
Smith Official DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA-All Locations
|Smith DNA Official
All Members By
Patrick Smith b 1787 TN, David Smith b 1789 TN, Richard Smith b 1792 TN
and Type With tree listing
don't see yourself or see something that needs updating or fixin'? Let us know!
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
|Matched Group||Early Ancestor||Tree/Ped/m/Y/X/FF(Aut)||Type||Branch/ATGroup||Migration Path||GRP-R-M269-90||David Smith b 1789 TN > AL m Sally Gallimore||Kit # 4703***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-90-3||AR>AL>AR||GRP-R-M269-90||Patrick Smith b 1787 TN m Mary Ann Lindsey||Kit # 6867***/ YDNA||Branch jFqT1L17054142||GRP-R-M269-90||Patrick Smith b c 1787 TN m Mary A Lindsey||/Tree Only||Branch Vj1uNCX2Re713||TN>AL||GRP-R-M269-90||Patrick Smith b c 1787 TN m Mary Ann Lindsey||Kit # b144***/FF/AUT||Branch VNZwa116013906||TN>AL||GRP-R-M269-90||Patrick Smith b c 1787 TN m Mary Ann Lindsey (2 David 3 David) Group Contact||Kit # 3376***(FTD)/M185415 YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-90-4713||TN>AL||GRP-R-M269-90||Thomas Smith b 1741 VA m Leah Agee||Kit # 2933***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-90-1||TN>KY>TN>TN||GRP-R-M269-90||Thomas Smith b 1741 VA m Leah Agee||Kit # 3547***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-90-5||VA>TN>KY>TN>UT||GRP-R-M269-90||Unknown||Kit # 3663***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch OqMyWC18095750||GRP-R-M269-90||William Smith - Perry Co KY||Kit # 4475***/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-90-4||GRP-R-M269-90||William Smith m Elizabeth Eunice Ritchie 2 Richard 3 William||Kit # 3235***(FTD)/ YDNA||Branch GRP-R-M269-90-2||KY>KY>KY||GRP-R-M269-90||William Smith m Elizabeth Ritchie 2 Richard 3 William||Kit # B450***(FTD)/FF/AUT||Branch ePRC6B19022328
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.