YDNA Results Update
We are Scottish!
1. There have been 5 Anderson males who matched after being tested by Family Tree DNA "YDNA" tests. Two of these modern Andesons are now deceased and 3 are still living at last check.
Two American Anderson branches have closely matched which was not
known before YDNA testing. They are David Anderson who married
"Judith" and died in 1781. Lived in Louisa County VA..
Judith died in 1816 and
From the Scottish lineage my theory at this point is that David
Anderson died 1781 father was 'Scot' Robert Anderson from Hanover
County Virginia near Stone Horse Creek. Robert patiented land in 1720s
near Stone Horse Creek with his brother Charles Anderson. 'Scot' Robert
Anderson then patiented land on Owens Creek above Gum Springs in Louisa
County VA. There are two Licking Hole Creeks in Louisa County Virginia.
One in northern central Louisa County. The second is actually a branch
of the Licking Hole Creek down in Goochland County Virginia that runs
up into Louisa County just left of Owens Creek above Gum Springs Virginia.
To find it you need a particular Civil War map of the area and it
is misspelled "Lickn Hoe Creek" When you follow this branch
down you see it is actually part of the Licking Hole Creek in Goochland
County Virginia. This is the Licking Hole Branch described in the
deed from 'Scot' Robert Anderson to our David Anderson died 1781.
This is a important point when doing research.
ALL of the YDNA MARKERS dynamically Updated for the five matching
Andersons click here:
GROUP X IS THE FOLLOWING KIT #S ON THE WEBPAGE.
Note: Kit #s 308026 and 86095 both tested positive for R-S695. Kit # 86095 Did the Big Y test so he surpassed S695 to R-A8146.
All of these Andersons would test positive for S695 if they had been tested for S695.
The Cut Off SNP for this lineage is R-A8146 at this time. (if they were tested)
Carol A. Novotni made a gift of her life to all who knew her. Carol and her mother Hazel Novotni are the main researchers of the information you will find on this Anderson Family Records website. Carol and her mother spent numerous hours visiting older surviving Anderson aunts, uncles and cousins in the early days of research. They moved on to spending numerous hours in the county court houses of Kentucky and Virginia to accumulate documents to document their Anderson family lineage. Carol and her mother Hazel lovingly and unselfishly shared their many hours of research and knowledge with all their Anderson cousins.
Carol lost her battle with bad health and cancer and peacefully passed March 20, 2007. Carol was this family's most loved cousin and she will be greatly missed by all her Anderson cousins.
Anderson Wagon Train Photo
Now documented, 1887 is when
Anderson, Adams, McQuerry,
and Rigsby left Garrard County
Kentucky for Abilene Texass.
Last Updated 11-16-2017