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Little Elm, TX, Denton County, Gainsville, TX, North Texas
Posted by: S Springfield (ID *****5639) Date: February 25, 2007 at 21:16:28
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Anyone done a National Geographic and www.familytreeDNA.com project test on any of the below family lines?
Y-DNA or mtDNA project participants?

Any ..... Wilkes connections at all in Denton county?
I understand Abner Ben Wilkes lived with a wife up North in his later days.

Anyone know any solid info on the below?


Ruth Lee Wilkes b, 1916

Abner Ben Wilkes b. 1895 (father of Ruth Lee Wilkes)

Beatrice Rowland b. 1895
also Beatrice Johnson / mother of Ruth Lee Wilkes
Bertha Estell Hord b. 1877

Samuel Price Wilks b. 1863
Leah Josephine Jones b. 1869

Abner P Wilkes
Peggey Moore Yound

All of Denton County

Can anyone clear up the heritage of this line? Pictures, stories, News, reality... anything.

Also: Leah Josephone Jones above was the daughter of
...Burl David Jones b. 1845
and Paulina Jane Dawson b. 1846

All in Sanger, Denton County, Texas

More seeking:
Has anyone done the National Geographic and www.familytreeDNA.com project test?

I have done this for my mtDNA (female to female to female line). Highly interesting.

It shows the origins of man going back 100,000+ years to Africa and the migrations of people.

With the American Indians. Has anyone done this?

Love to have the history books improved to properly credit American Indians for discovering America or such!

Does anyone know with certainty where the American Indians origins were from 100,000 years ago? I'd be interested in the scientific DNA facts per the new proof.

Here's more:
Here's what I'm spreading the work on...
National Geographic and www.familytreeDNA.com
Springfield project.

Springfield, Langston, Wilkes, Hord, Hayden, Haden, Albert Jackson Phillips, Philips, Phillips, Stockton, Minnie Ruth Williams, Salia Beatrice Rowland, Rowland, Albert Wilkes, Albert Ben Wilkes, Maude Mae Longabaugh, Longbaugh, Longebaugh, Preston Springfield, Preston Wesley Springfield, Noah Milton Phillips, Fannie Mildred Stockton,Turpin, Deborah J. Phillips, Josephen Phillips, William Thomas Springfield, Hugh Springfield James Langston Springfield, Nancy B. Styles, Nancy B. Stiles, William P. Springfield, Ann Nix, Joseph Nix, Gainsville, Texas, North Territory Texas, Cherokee, Collin County, Gainsville, Plano, Little Elm, Denton, McKinney, Sanger, George Daniel Longebaugh, Rebecca Jane Warden, Marth Evans William H. Longabaugh, W.H. Longabaugh, Longebaugh, Amanda Jane Longebaugh, Mary Ann Elisabeth Longbaugh, Longbaugh, Schultz and Gainsville Texas, Rowland, Samuel Price Wilkes Leah Josephine Jones, Jones, Abner P. Wilks, Peggy Moore Young, Denton County, Texas, James Porter Johnson, Helen Estelle and Robert Shafer, Robert LeRoy Shafer of Texas, Charles Burl Shultz, Sammy Laurence Shultz, Civil War, North Texas Territory, Chico, Texas, Chico Texas, Berta Estelle Hord and John David Rowland, James Milton Rowland and Barnette, Catherine Josephine Barnett, John Barnett and Nancy Jane Occoner, Henry Clay Hord and Alice Edna Hayden, Haden, Col. Jefferson Mina Hord and Hilda Ann Jenkins, Stage Coach Driver Richmond Virginia, Y.L Haden, Young Lorenzo Haden, Hayden, Mary Irene Johnston, Johnson, Leo Singleton Stockton and Minnie Ruth Williams, Dr. John Robert Stockton of Waco, TX and Leannah Frances Lovejoy, Lovejoy, Isaac Stockton and Mary Ann Singleton, John Lemuel Lovejoy, Jr and Nancy Douglass, Douglass, John Lemuel Lovejoy, Sr. Robert Singleton and Catherine Walker, Peter Harget Stockton and Rachel Stockton, Davis Stockton and Sarah Martha Wooten, England, Caversfield England, Wales, Ireland, Rufus Pitt Williams and Nancy Clark Atkins, Atkins, Henry B. Atkins and Emily F. Atkins, William Wesley Williams and Fannin, Fannin, Goliad, Revolutionary War, Dicey, Thomas H. Springfield, Captain, Virginia, Solomon Langston and Sarah Bennet, Mary Polly Ann Beatty, Beaty, Richard Bennett and Mary Polly Ann Beatty, Mary Devin, Mary Morton Devin, John Stockton and M. Devin, Richard Stockton and Agnes A. Stockton, Davis Stockton and Sarah Martha Wooten, Wooten, Henry Langston, Derbyshire England, 1600's, Frances Styles and John Styles, Selah Langston and Samuel Styles, Frances Hawkins, Coussens,Mary Agnes Magnum and John Langston, Mary Traylor Rowlett, Rowlett, Traylor, James Warden and Rebeca Kelly, Rebecca Kelly, Rebecca Jane Warden and George Daniel Longebaugh, Holland, Royal Family, Elizabeth Worrell and Henry Langston, Jacob Johnston and Mary Waller, Benjamin Johnston and Mary in 1688 and early 1700's, William Johnston and Sarah Griffin mid-1600 and early 1700's, Owen Griffith, Griffin, Owen Griffith d. 1698 and Mary with daughter Sarah Griffith, Sarah Griffith and William Johnston, Isle of Wright Co, VA, 4 kids, Jones with 14 kids in Missori and Texas, Frances Silvester, Frances and John Mangum, Jr, Isle of Wright, VA, John Mangum, Sr. Richard Bennett with daughter Frances, Francis Silvester Bennett. South Carolina, Rhode Island, Virginia, Mayflower, Texas, Civil War, Goliad, Oklahoma, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Kansas, Cherokee Indians, essential from the 13 Colonis toward Texas.
Daughters of the Republic, Mayflower Society, Texas Genealogy Society, England, Ireland, Wales, Germany.
A few family names I'm seeking, Phew!

I'm actually looking for male direct line Springfield's for the www.familytreeDNA.com project with National Geographic and the worldwide DNA connections & origins.

There are also other Surname projects.
National Geographic and www.FamilytreeDNA.com are tracing the origin of man by DNA migration.

Here is the note I've posted to other seeking male to male to male (Y-DNA) Springfield men to participate.

I have agreed to be the administrator for Free, of course, for the Springfield surname DNA world wide project which is working with National Geograpic to trace the origins of man. We need male direct line... male to male to male Springfield men to participate so that we can trace our original origins officially.

The National Geographic project info can be seen under National Geographic or on www.familytreeDNA.com .

All projects will be connected to all projects worldwide. After you start your own DNA testing you will be able to connect and receive newletters from any of the other groups or regional groups you choose.

Medical DNA is not tested which will protect you in this area.

To particiapte just go to www.familytreeDNA.com and then enter Springfield in the Search option.

I/We really need help in proving our Springfield line origins officially w/ DNA.

Please refer anyone else that you know to the project so that we can get it rolling swiftly.

Thank you very, very much,
Sherri Springfield


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