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TERRY - HAPLOGROUP I - LINEAGE II - Discussion

Haplogroup I

(This is of course a work in progress)

 

Individuals in this group who have DNA tested as of September 14, 2010: T-48, T-49, T-34 and T-67.  It appears this haplogroup will  be I. This suggests that these families ARE NOT related to the descendants of Jasper Terry of Botetourt County, Virginia  who are haplogroup G.  Click at left to see William Terry and documented proofs for his children.

Families T-48 and T-49 who have tested are linked to John Terry and Esther Brown of Botetourt County by both documentation and DNA tests. They are believed to be descended from William Terry of Botetourt County, Virginia. Their 25 marker tests indicate they are not related to the Jasper Terry in the same area the partriarch noted in Group 4.

The family of John Terry and Esther Brown believed to be connected to William Terry of Botetourt is covered in a Partial History of William Terry and his descendants 1724-1981 by Lula Terry Elliott ca 1981 covers the descendants of John Terry and Esther Brown. This booklet has many family sheets and some great family photos. The math is fuzzy for me on William Terry's children in her book. Please see the discussion in later years concerning the marriage to Rachel.  See William Terry of Botetourt County, Virginia by Kenneth L. Dyer in 1999. Also see article by David Tavillion Bunton Mercy Terry Harrison of Botetourt Co., VA

In light of recent DNA results please read pages 34-40  Montgomery-Botetourt County Deeds and Marriages Sorry, these were done on a typewriter and scanned in to Adobe Acrobat pages. See files TFHMAR83-4.pdf and TFHMAR83-5.pdf at the link above.

In addition there is information by George A. Terry on the Scott County, Tennessee Terry families which attempts to show a connection with this family. To date I have had discussions with several Terry males out of the line of John Terry and Esther Brown, and we have the results for T-48 and T-49. See Link at right -- Terry Family of George A. Terry of Goodlettsville, TN

Rae Davis Smith has information on her family and the family of John Terry and Esther Brown


So early descendants of this Terry family can be found in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee and Texas.

As more males test in this group we will probably see a more clearly defined modal group. 

 

In comparing 25 markers, the probability that T-48 and T-49 shared a common ancestor within the last....
4 generations 8 generations 12 generations 16 generations 20 generations 24 generations
25.59% 55.32% 75.65% 87.44% 93.74% 96.96%

*The above numbers are based exclusively on the comparison of their Y-DNA results, which show no mismatches. I believe a generation is considered to be 25 years.


The FTDNATiP results are based on the mutation rate study presented during the 1st International Conference on Genetic Genealogy, on Oct. 30, 2004. The above probabilities take into consideration the mutation rates for each individual marker being compared.
  

 

At this point we do not know who the most common recent ancestor may be between Jonathan Terry and descendants of William Terry. More research is needed prior to Jonathan in Pennsylvania records. It is interesting to note that a Bucks County, Pennsylvania descendant T-41 John Terry Sr, b ca 1775 prob Bucks Co PA , d aft 1850 - Patrick A. Terry [papatee2 AT bresnan.net] is not related per DNA test to anyone in Group 7. So the Quaker Terry men in Pennsylvania were apparently  not a homogeneous group.

In comparing 25 markers, the probability that T-34 and T-48 shared a common ancestor within the last....
4 generations 8 generations 12 generations 16 generations 20 generations 24 generations
27.59% 58.44% 78.43% 89.43% 95.02% 97.71%

*The above numbers are based exclusively on the comparison of their Y-DNA results, which show no mismatches. I believe a generation is considered to be 25 years.


Results indicate T-34 is a genetic distance of 1 with T-48 and a genetic distance of 2 with T-49

T-34 Jonathan Terry [A Quaker], b 31 Mar 1818 in PA; m Sarah Jane Anderson d 22 Dec 1886 in Ontario, CANADA - Marsha Terry [magnum0568 AT hotmail.com]

T-48 William Terry, b 1724  m. Rachel Manson  d 1803 - Chris Terry [terryfamily3 AT sbcglobal.net]

T-49 William Terry, b 1724 d. 1803 m. Rachel Manson  - William Terry [billterry39 AT cableone.net]

 

 

In comparing 67 markers, the probability that T-67 and T-49 shared a common ancestor within the last....
4 generations 8 generations 12 generations 16 generations 20 generations 24 generations
8.16% 43.32% 75.85% 91.94% 97.71% 99.42%

*The above numbers are based exclusively on the comparison of their Y-DNA results, which show no mismatches. I believe a generation is considered to be 25 years.

67 marker esults indicate T-67 and T-49 are a genetic distance of 4. 

T-67 John T. Terry b 22 MAR 1800 New Bern, NC m Julia Brooks d 31 OCT 1855 Troup Co GA - Mark Terry [Mark.Terry AT ringcontainer.com]

T-49 William Terry, b 1724 d. 1803 m. Rachel Manson  - William Terry [billterry39 AT cableone.net]

 

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"Richard Terry, the immigrant

Born in England about 1618,  may have been August 17, 1618. Died on his farm "Quashaneck" near Southold, Long Island, about May 1676. His will dated July 6, 1675 was proved at Southold May 13, 1676. Came to America in 1635 sailing from London on the ship James on July 13th. The three Terry's on the ship, Thomas age 28, Robert age 25 and Richard age 17, are supposed to have been brothers. They landed at Salem, Massachusetts. Richard remained there a short time, then removed to Springfield, thence to Lynn, and finally in 1640 to Southold, being one of the original thirteen settlers. Thomas Terry afterwards settled at Southold. Robert Terry settled at Flushing, Long Island.

Richard Terry was recorder of the Southold Town and clerk of the court from 1664 to 1673. He recorded the names and births of his children on the Town records married May 22, 1649/50 Abigail Lines, name variously spelled Loines, Line, Lyune, Lind, etc. She was probable the daughter of Ralph Lines who died in New Haven in 1640. She was living with her son John in Quashaneck farm in 1683."

Will of Richard and Thomas Terry of Long Island....  Some New York Terry information...

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Individuals in this group who have DNA tested as of November 06,  2009: T-7, T-64 and T-77. It appears this haplogroup will  be I2a. We now have 67 marker results for T-7, T-64 and T-77.  Please see Long Island, New York Terry Group.


 

  • Richard Terry b 17 Aug 1618 - London, England d 1675 - Southold, NY m Abigail Lines John Terry [jpterry2005 AT msn.com]

    • Nathaniel Terry b Jan 1656 - Suffolk, NY  d 23 Oct 1723 - Southold, NY m  Mary Horton

      • Nathaniel Terry b 16 Nov 1683 - Cutchogue, NY d 17 Dec 1722 - Southold, NY m Ann Armstrong

        • Jonathan Terry b 1707 - Southold, NY d 16 Nov 1753 - Southold, NY m  Jemima Parshall

          • Parshall Terry b 8 Aug 1734 - New London, CT d 15 May 1811 East Palmyra, NY m Deborah Clark

            • Parshall Terry b 22 Feb 1756 - Mattituck, NY d 23 Jul 1808 - Windham, CT m Amy Stevens

              • Parshall Terry 3rd b 30 Sept 1778 - Fort Niagra, NY d 8 Oct 1861 - Draper, UT m Hannah Terry

                • Joshua Terry b 11 Aug 1825 - Alibion, Canada d 22 Feb 1915 - Draper, UT m Mary Emma Reid

                  • Joshua Parshall Terry b 3 Apr 1860 - Draper, UT d 6 Dec 1941 - SLC, UT m Amelia Charles

                    • LaGrand Redell Terry b 11 Mar 1899 - Draper, UT d 26 Oct 1991 - SLC, UT m Clara Leah Stringfellow

                      • Vaughn LaGrand Terry b 11 Sept 1926 - SLC, UT d 26 Nov 1998 - SLC, UT m Peggy Sue Roche

                        • Living Terry T-64  

 


In comparing 67 markers, the probability that T-7 and T-77 shared a common ancestor within the last....
4 generations 8 generations 12 generations 16 generations 20 generations 24 generations
8.6% 44.72% 77.11% 92.6% 97.97% 95.72%

*The above numbers are based exclusively on the comparison of their Y-DNA results, which show 4 mismatches.  I believe a generation is considered to be 25 -30  years.

 

In comparing 67 markers, the probability that T-7777 and T-64 shared a common ancestor within the last....
4 generations 8 generations 12 generations 16 generations 20 generations 24 generations
46.21% 85.45% 97.06% 99.49% 99.92% 99.99%

*The above numbers are based exclusively on the comparison of their Y-DNA results, which show 2 mismatches.   I believe a generation is considered to be 25 -30  years.

 

In comparing 67 markers, the probability that T-7 and T-64 shared a common ancestor within the last....
4 generations 8 generations 12 generations 16 generations 20 generations 24 generations
3.02% 27.49% 61.96% 84.81% 94.99% 98.56%

*The above numbers are based exclusively on the comparison of their Y-DNA results, which show 5 mismatches.  I believe a generation is considered to be 25 -30  years.

 


The FTDNATiP results are based on the mutation rate study presented during the 1st International Conference on Genetic Genealogy, on Oct. 30, 2004. The above probabilities take into consideration the mutation rates for each individual marker being compared.