DNA Research Update

Here’s an update (as of 04/30/2018) on genetic genealogy research of the “Sons of William Taylor Sr” as listed in my earlier posting. Names/identities of living individuals have been altered/masked for obvious privacy reasons. If you have a connection with any of these families I would encourage you to contact me to exchange information.

SONS OF WILLIAM TAYLOR SR. (c.1740 – c.1820)

John Taylor Sr. 1763-1815
Haplogroup G (HpG) established by yDNA testing (using FTDNA.com) of living descendant whose tree is published on Ancestry.com

Barzilla Taylor 1768-1828
Haplogroup G (HpG) established by yDNA testing of two living descendants (using FTDNA.com) (and one deceased). Two trees are published on Ancestry.com

Joseph Taylor 1772-1838
Haplogroup G (HpG) established by yDNA testing (using FTDNA.com) of living descendant whose tree is published on Ancestry.com. Also, two auDNA matches on Ancestry.com with trees. This line is of special interest to me because some of the descendants migrated to Navarro County Texas where my Taylor family also ended up … so far I can’t connect the two lines as having ever known each other.

Samuel Taylor Sr. 1776-1820
One auDNA match on Ancestry.com …. However, there are some questions about the tree. A yDNA match is much-needed here.

William Taylor Jr. 1778-1845
One auDNA match on Ancestry.com …. However, there are some questions about the tree. A yDNA match is much-needed here.

George Taylor 1780 – no information available

Henry H. Taylor 1780-1835
Haplogroup G (HpG) established by yDNA testing of living descendant (using FTDNA.com); unfortunately no tree (or further information) is available yet.
Also an auDNA match on Ancestry.com with a published tree.

Drury Taylor 1788-1845
This is my patriline. Haplogroup G (HpG) established by yDNA testing (using FTDNA.com) of living descendant whose tree is published on Ancestry.com
Also two promising auDNA matches on Ancestry.com whose trees are published.

James Taylor 1790-1871
This one may remain genetically unproved since his only two sons who lived to adulthood
only had daughters! There is still a very remote chance that an auDNA match could
occur from James Taylor’s female descendants.