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Jeffrey Tod Hopper
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  • Lake Mary, FL
  • United States
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Jeffrey Tod Hopper updated their profile
Aug 30
Jeffrey Tod Hopper left a comment for Jeffrey Tod Hopper
"Positive SNPs: CTS10149CTS10976CTS11150CTS2524CTS3231CTS5948CTS7194CTS7301CTS7604CTS8350CTS8627CTS894F102F2006F2561F370F459F524F526IMS-JST002612IMS-JST003305L1063L1345L1350L1351L1352L146L156L352L477 (Geno 2.0 results are erratic for this…"
Jul 29, 2016
Jeffrey Tod Hopper left a comment for Jeffrey Tod Hopper
"Family_Tree.ged GEDCOM file Raw_DNA_Data.zip Raw DNA data"
Jul 28, 2016
Jeffrey Tod Hopper left a comment for Jeffrey Tod Hopper
"I am honored to be a member of the Douglas Archives. My daughter and I plan to visit Castle Douglas in the near future (she is contemplating her choices of university) and perhaps catch a Celtic or Kilmarnock football game."
Jul 27, 2016
Jeffrey Tod Hopper is now a member of The Douglas Archives
Jul 22, 2016

Profile Information

Which Douglas line are you researching? Dates and places help making connections.
Lady Jane Douglas, great-grand-daughter of William Douglas, the First Marquess of Douglas
Who is your earliest known Douglas ancestor?
Lord of Douglas, William Douglas, died 1214
Tags/keywords - used to help people find you
Hopper, Bazoon, Crittenden, Downs, Douglas, Stuart, Stewart
dna haplotype
Paternal Haplogroup: R-L21, Maternal Haplogroup: H1
Website address
http://www.GreenRookTech.com

AncestryDNA.com; MyHeritage.com; Ancestry.com; Family Tree Builder

DNA tested at Ancestry.com. Full capability family tree builder and researcher at MyHeritage.com. GEDCOM specific to the Douglas Genealogy will be uploaded later this evening.

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At 4:52 on July 29, 2016, Jeffrey Tod Hopper said…

Positive SNPs:

CTS10149
CTS10976
CTS11150
CTS2524
CTS3231
CTS5948
CTS7194
CTS7301
CTS7604
CTS8350
CTS8627
CTS894
F102
F2006
F2561
F370
F459
F524
F526
IMS-JST002612
IMS-JST003305
L1063
L1345
L1350
L1351
L1352
L146
L156
L352
L477 (Geno 2.0 results are erratic for this SNP)
L479
L484
L491
L501
L504
L512
L58
L757
L821
L822
L875
M1109
M1160
M1187
M1192
M1198
M1206
M1210
M1216
M1221
M1224
M1228
M1229
M1232
M1235
M1240
M1243
M1248
M1260
M1264
M1271
M2688
M2698
M3636
M3638
M3652
M3654
M3675
M3677
M3681
M3689
M3696
M3704
M3706
M3714
M3716
M3726
M3734
M3740
M3741
M3743
M3750
M3751
M3758
M420
M4254
M4747
M4946
M5561
M5579
M607
M614
M621
M625
M685
M689
M702
M706
M708
M711
M760
M764
M781
M785
M799
P130
P311
P331
PAGE067
PAGES00029
PAGES00065
PAGES00067
PF1437
PF1695
PF1803
PF1900
PF2590
PF2651
PF2653
PF2658
PF2667
PF2677
PF2685
PF2690
PF2698
PF2700
PF2705
PF2722
PF2728
PF2736
PF2737
PF2739
PF2761
PF2771
PF3002
PF3525
PF5495
PF5509
PF5857
PF5872
PF5885
PF5896
PF5898
PF5899
PF5908
PF5911
PF5914
PF5917
PF5918
PF5920
PF5923
PF5928
PF5936
PF5940
PF5945
PF5958
PF5972
PF5975
PF6016
PF6047
PF6050
PF6056
PF6079
PF6114
PF6116
PF6126
PF6129
PF6131
PF6133
PF6141
PF6147
PF6229
PF6234
PF6247
PF6252
PF6258
PF6266
PF6408
PF6420
PF6421
PF6429
PF6435
PF6478
PF6480
PF6481
PF6482
PF6487
PF6488
PF6490
PF6505
PF6528
PF6545
PF7258
PAGE67
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S1173
S128
S22
S23766
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S27630
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S27720
S27721
S27722
S27724
S27742
S27745
S27746
S27769
S27790
S27797
S4612
S4775
S4849
S8235
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At 0:53 on July 28, 2016, Jeffrey Tod Hopper said…

Family_Tree.ged

GEDCOM file

Raw_DNA_Data.zip

Raw DNA data

At 15:07 on July 27, 2016, Jeffrey Tod Hopper said…

I am honored to be a member of the Douglas Archives. My daughter and I plan to visit Castle Douglas in the near future (she is contemplating her choices of university) and perhaps catch a Celtic or Kilmarnock football game.

 
 
 

Making conections

The more information you can give about the people you mention, the more chance there is of someone else connecting with your family.

Dates and places of births, deaths and marriages all help to place families.

Professions also help.

'My great-grandmother mother was a Douglas from Montrose' does not give many clues to follow up! But a bit of flesh on the bones makes further research possible. But if we are told who she married, what his profession was and where the children were baptised, then we can get to work.

Maybe it is time to update the information in your profile?


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