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Distinct Anderson line in Tattnall County, GA
Posted by: Rick Thomas (ID *****9139) Date: November 29, 2008 at 06:43:48
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The following family--through DNA is haplotype R1b1c--is proven to not match my friend's family's p-a-t-e-r-n-a-l Anderson line (Charles Anderson, B 1813 in SC, died in Tattnall Co., GA, buried in Old Anderson Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery). To be clear, the family below is not related to Charles Anderson, born 1813, married Naomi Ann Cherry Daniel. The following is a separate and distinct, unrelated Anderson family:

Jonathon Anderson, born circa 1802-1820 in South Carolina, Died 1860s in Tattnall County, GA
Rebecca Grubbs-Stanley
Known children--Charles (B 1834 in Tattnall Co., GA; died 10 Jun 1864 in Richmond, Virginia) and Edward Anderson. This Edward Anderson, born 6 June 1836 in Tattnall County, Georgia, died 14 Jul 1913 in Tattnall County, GA. Edward married 1) Louisa Dubberly (Brewer), 2) Samantha Cook, and 3) Effie Register-Hilliard. The children of Edward and Louisa (Dubberly) Anderson were Sophronia, Elthalinda, Elliott, Henley, Allen, Claudius, Zera, Loamar, and Ida Anderson.

Oddly, this family nearly matches the DNA for a John Anderson (had the ferry) of southwest Tattnall County, GA by 1803-1805--thought to originally to have been from Stafford County, Virginia (on the south side of Chopawamsic Creek--just south of today's Quantico Marine Base and FBI Academy). These families nearly match my friend family's m-a-t-e-r-n-a-l Anderson line out of Bulloch County, Georgia.

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