YDNA. Walker

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Contents

Walker Tapestry
Register
Data
Notebooks
Analysis
Bibliography
Graphics
Index
YDNA. Walker
Chalkley's

……………………..The Tapestry
Families Old Chester OldAugusta Germanna
New River SWVP Cumberland Carolina Cradle
The Smokies Old Kentucky

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Sources

FTDNA YDNA Results
Walker Pedigrees

Comments

The FTDNA YDNA Walker Project is a very large project, with over 600 kits, organized in about 70 groups. Some groups, as defined by the project, are based on YDNA evidence suggesting a relatively recent common ancestor. These groups are typically identified by numbers (e.g., Group 1, Group 2...). Other groups are defined as sharing the same haplogroup, but containing no relatively close common ancestor (e.g., the E1b1 Group, which contains no kits sharing a relatively recent ancestor, but all of which are in the E1b1 haplogroup). Almost 49% of the kits are "isolated"---that is, the data does not show a relatively recent common ancestor for them among the other 600+ kits.

The following groups are discussed here because they include persons present within the broad area covered by the Tapestry Project, or in some cases, because they come up in the discussion of Walkers within the Tapestry Project.

Groups

GroupTapestry Connection
YDNA. Walker, Group 8Natural Bridge Line of Wigton Walkers
YDNA. Walker, Group 10Edward Walker of Duplin Co NC, SW VA, Sullivan County TN, Claiborne County TN
YDNA. Walker, Group 18Person:John Walker (286 aka John Walker of Hawkins County
YDNA. Walker, Group 19Samuel Walker b 1780-90 d 1819 Iredell Co., NC,
Richard J Walker b 1769 Augusta VA d 1856 Texas MO
Thomas Walker b ca 1711 d 1768 Somerset, MD
YDNA. Walker, Group 33Walkers Creek Line of Wigton Walkers
YDNA. Walker, Group 27Person:John Walker (193) aka Meadow Creek John Walker
YDNA. Walker, Group 55Person:Lewis Walker (3) arrived Radnor PA from Wales in 1688, d 1728