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Results and Analysis - Kit 242638
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             Name Birth Date Birth Place Death Date Death Place Spouse
     4 George Washington Davison Oct 1873 Star City, near Pine Bluff, Arkansas Jun 1956 Houston, Harris County, Texas Mary Alice Bilbrey
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     1 Olen C Davison, Jr. July 1929 Houston, Harris County, Texas 18 Feb 1990 Houston, Harris County, Texas  
                    
General Comments:

George W Davison is definitely related to the Browning and Melton lines that came through LA and AR.
James Brummitt Browning was George W Davison uncle who George lived with in Coryell Co TX. George's mother was Elizabeth Betty Browning. James, Elizabeth and other sibs are the children of Isaac Browning and Barbara Melton.
Strong evidence of connection with the Davidson line in Coryell Co TX: James Madison Davidson might be the father of George Washington Davison. Likely that Betty was visiting brother in TX (she lived in AR) and went home and had George while living in AR. She died while George was young and he went to live with Uncle Jim Browning. Jim Browning death certificate informant was Hollice/Hollis Davison/Davidson--a grandson of James Madison Davidson. There is some connection with this line, but I have no paper trail


Generation Proofs:

4 Death recd.
Person interviews with many of his children. Records that support the memories he had as a child living with Uncle Jim Browning in Coryell Co TX--nearby the Bilbrey family.

3 No Data Provided.

2 No Data Provided.

1 Birth Records. Death Records.

 
Links to Personal Web Sites:

DNA Y-Chromosome Results:

  

   Group 510 - Haplogroup R1b1a2 - Unassigned Members (56 members)


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242638 Davison, George Washington born 22 Oct 1873 Arkansas (Star City, near Pine Bluff)-29 June 1956 Houst R1b1a2 14 23 14 11 11 14 12 12 11 13 13 29 17 9 10 11 11 27 15 18 29 15 15 17 18       11 12 19 23 19 15 18 19 37 38 12 12                                                            
 
   Haplogroup Shading Code: Note: all Haplogroup values are reported based on latest Y-DNA Haplogroup Standard nomenclature.
   We update these results as the Standard is changed (usually every 1-2 years).
  R1b1    Predicted - Haplogroup value is predicted by FTDNA based on marker values.
  R1b1    Backbone Test - Haplogroup value is derived based on a now obsolete SNP Backbone Test by FTDNA. Additional SNPs need to be analysed.
  R1b1    Earlier Standard - Haplogroup value is measured based on a Deep Clade Test performed by FTDNA based on earlier
   Y-DNA Haplogroup Standard. Additional new SNPs need to be analysed.
  R1b1    Current Standard - Haplogroup Value is measured based on a Deep Clade Test performed by FTDNA to latest Y-DNA Haplogroup Standard.
 
   Allele Shading Code: Codes to show exceptions to family highlighting based on differences between your results and Predicted Ancestral Haplotype.
   Please note that some alleles have been designated as Fast Mutators - this means that changes in their values MAY have less genealogical significance.
  29    Difference noted for fast mutating allele. Differences may have less genealogical significance.
  29    Difference noted for slow mutating allele.
       No value for this allele was observed. Normally used with for 464e, 464f, and 464g.
       Ordered. Data has been ordered and awaiting report from FTDNA.

Fast vs. Slow Mutating Alleles: The Alleles whose names are in red in the header row have been designated by FamilyTreeDNA as fast mutating. This means that, when comparing two kits, these alleles have less genealogical significance and figure less in determining if two kits have a family match.
 


DNA Comments :

This kit is a match to "Group 4" at the Reeves DNA testing project which may be found at FTDNA. That would indicate that the doner is actually a blood Reeves and along the way adopted or was given the Davidson surname.


Contact Information :

Peny Holmes

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