R1b-FGC17603 MacRae Panel

R1b-FGC17603 MacRae Panel

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Date Added: Monday 01 January, 2024

by Kathi Bobb

Stewart surname testers with a deep history rooted in eastern colonial America, Northern Ireland or Scotland may find this test helpful.

This panel is designed to test for a Stewart branch with a MacRae root. This Stewart branch is proven consistent by 5 testers on the Big Y-700. These Stewarts descend from John Stewart born between 1730-1740 who is found in North Carolina's earliest census records. He lived in the Salisbury District of Cabarrus County North Carolina in 1790. His children also married there. One son born in 1775 cited Guildford County NC as his birthplace. The ancestry of one Y tester suggests that John's ancestors came from Northern Ireland and may be connected to the Calhoun's located in Abbeville and York counties of South Carolina. Current descendants live primarily in Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, but are scattered throughout Nova Scotia, the United States, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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