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Terry Pease
Black River Falls, Wisconsin
US Army Ranger Retired
Interests: Outdoor Recreation, Camping,Fishing,Hunting,Boating.
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My Mother and Father Both got their results in...the link to Priscilla Hall is indisputable. What is disputable is the origin of her ancestors. Tough nut to crack for sure. The only close association in my fathers side on the matriarch dna was Q-M242 and P-M45 which is a parent of before mentioned. I understand this does not confirm anything.
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) testing covers both recent and distant generations. Matching on HVR1 means that you have a 50% chance of sharing a common maternal ancestor within the last fifty-two generations. That is about 1,300 years. Matching on HVR1 and HVR2 means that you have a 50% chance of sharing a common maternal ancestor within the last twenty-eight generations. That is about 700 years. Matching on the Mitochondrial DNA Full Genomic Sequence test brings your matches into times that are more recent. It means that you have a 50% chance of sharing a common maternal ancestor within the last 5 generations. That is about 125 years.
Hello Martin, I have been following your posts on here. I am a descendant of John Hall Jr. through Jerusha Hall who Married Daniel Pease. I will add well before doing my research of family history my Grandfather told be the reason why his one eye was blue and the other brown was that Grandma Hall had Indian Blood in her. Whenever he would get in trouble for acting up he used to say must be the Indian in me. This got Grandma Halls attention and would give him stern looks cause of it. So perhaps this in not all myth. If you notice the headstone is unique and has a key element. The head dressing on the face. So we can not know for sure but it does give a clue. Would be worth investigating why it is that way.
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