Just wanted you to know; I enjoy all your feed back and it really is helping me to fit all this together. I love being proved wrong as well as right, because it puts truth in place. If all of us can pull all records together so all of us can compare and evaulate them and communicate with one another, then surly, perhaps one day soon, we all can fit the pieces together.
Too, I should have rephrased one thing I stated: My earliest proven ancester is this John Brewer N.C.1770.
Another persons earliest proven ancester is WIley Brewer VA.1790.
This person and me matched exactly 37/37 w/o any mutations.
These records calculate that the probability that this person and me have over 98.26% of haveing the same most recent common ancester falling in around 1763\1781 baraket.
Since he is decended from Wiley and me from his brother John that fall in this bracket, then I have to move up their faters bracket that has a 99% chance of us being desended from the same man and he states that his dna suggests that Lanier Jr. in Wileys father. So, if Lanier BrewerJr. is Wileys father, then he has to be Johns to.
This is what's baffeling my mind with the John connected as being William/Cotos son. William is stated as being born 1705 and John 1770. 1770-1705=65. So, if this is true, then William would be ABT. 65 years old when this John is born.
Please let me know how you feel. Doug.
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