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    1. [QUEEN] Francis Queen
    2. Rolla Queen
    3. Are there any Francis Queen descendants and researchers still lurking on the maillist? Rolla

    08/31/2018 07:11:42
    1. [QUEEN] Re: Francis Queen
    2. M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea
    3. Rolla, if I send you some of the results from a couple of my DNA tests can you help me figure them out? There are some differences. In one case I show my Jewish ancestry ( I had one line) and I had an Native American Ancestor. Therei is one that shows an Italian link (don't know where that came from except I was married to an Italian for 34 years and had two children with him! ) I have been trying to find someone to help me understand this. Sue On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 9:11 PM, Rolla Queen <rq77tarheel@gmail.com> wrote: > Are there any Francis Queen descendants and researchers still lurking on > the maillist? > > Rolla > > _______________________________________________ > When replying to a digest post, quote only the specific text to which you > are replying, removing the rest of the digest from your reply. Also, > remember to change the subject of your reply so that it coincides with the > message subject to which you are replying. > > > TO VIEW PREVIOUS EMAILS BY SUBJECT, GO TO THE THREADED ARCHIVES AT > http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/QUEEN > > SOME WEBSITES OF INTEREST TO QUEEN RESEARCHERS > > QUEEN DNA PROJECT > > > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__webpages.charter.net_rlqueen_DNA_queenmarker.htm&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=veMNSM8NHyaH8avSZqD699JJycRwX3NhPwzCEUoW2p8&m=JVKY1EaPiFnRghUet59olWpCBXla1BHpDl5qFUx2Giw&s=5VCSQeLKcK3tkoLxGnoDML9Ufa47jGaKTpFS_DzK7Zw&e= > > > > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.familytreedna.com_public_queenDNA_&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=veMNSM8NHyaH8avSZqD699JJycRwX3NhPwzCEUoW2p8&m=JVKY1EaPiFnRghUet59olWpCBXla1BHpDl5qFUx2Giw&s=l1_gcQS2fL5FUMIlNA_JcfFZn9PlMC0xQLKYaXeBAhY&e= > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=veMNSM8NHyaH8avSZqD699JJycRwX3NhPwzCEUoW2p8&m=JVKY1EaPiFnRghUet59olWpCBXla1BHpDl5qFUx2Giw&s=BEOTwsvecUvANE-z6SkZ-5YqGkwhn1DXBRDdXbhi4x8&e= > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/queen@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=veMNSM8NHyaH8avSZqD699JJycRwX3NhPwzCEUoW2p8&m=JVKY1EaPiFnRghUet59olWpCBXla1BHpDl5qFUx2Giw&s=zq7IEJc9zWO3pKIM0LKB37vyLDLbX7dxzocvBfv5BeY&e= Terms and Conditions: > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=veMNSM8NHyaH8avSZqD699JJycRwX3NhPwzCEUoW2p8&m=JVKY1EaPiFnRghUet59olWpCBXla1BHpDl5qFUx2Giw&s=9e9VRnONsP3q2VFnu8VBX__a8x0tesdzh7mlb9aBC9Y&e= > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    09/07/2018 10:41:08
    1. [QUEEN] Re: Francis Queen
    2. Rolla Queen
    3. Sure. I am going to be travelling tomorrow through next weekend, but can certainly look at the results in my downtime. What testing company did you use? Rolla On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 9:41 PM M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea <sbodea43@gmail.com> wrote: > Rolla, if I send you some of the results from a couple of my DNA tests can > you help me figure them out? There are some differences. In one case I show > my Jewish ancestry ( I had one line) and I had an Native American Ancestor. > Therei is one that shows an Italian link (don't know where that came from > except I was married to an Italian for 34 years and had two children with > him! ) I have been trying to find someone to help me understand this. 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    09/07/2018 11:53:59
    1. [QUEEN] Re: Francis Queen
    2. M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea
    3. I am still in some limbo as to the DNA study with Family Search that shows an Italian link in my DNA since neither of my daughters, whose Father was from Italy, have done the DNA test. It doesn't show in my Ancestry DNA test. I have always thought I have Viking blood because there are so many redheads in our family. My Mom had auburn hair, my had dark red hair, my great grandmother had bright red hair. My brother had brown hair but a bright red beard. I have a redhead complexion. I have three nieces with red hair. Have you seen this? Look below this header. - 46 members - About <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> - DNA Results <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/dna-results> - Surnames <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/surnames> - Activity Feed <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/activity-feed> - Photos <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/photos> - Links <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/links> Administrators - <dawidhow@hotmail.com> David Widerberg Howden - <ScottDKendall@gmail.com> Scott Kendall $40.00 General Fund Total Donate <https://www.familytreedna.com/group-general-fund-contribution.aspx?g=ClanMcQueen> About us - Overview <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> - Background <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/background> - Goals <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/goals> - News <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/news> - Project Statistics <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/project-statistics> History Some believe that the MacQueens was of Viking ancestry, and came to Scotland with the Norsemen who occupied the Hebrides and the west coast of Scotland in the ninth and tenth centuries. They affiliated themselves with the Celtic tribes, and were numerous on the islands of Lewis and Skye. One other version is that they came to Scotland from Ireland as part of the dowery of Margaret/Agnes O'Cathan when she married Angus og MacDonald, of the Isles around 1314-1320, the MacQueens settled at Moidart and became a sept of clan MacDonald. Roderick Dhub Revan MacMilmor of the clan MacSweyn was mentioned as kinsman to the MacDonalds and accompanied Mora MacDonald, when she married Malcolm beg MacKinstosh around 1409-1411. Rodericks descendants was known as the Revan clan after him and from now became part of clan Chattan under MacKintosh. Roderick fought under MacKintosh in the battle of Harlaw in 1411 and received also a grant of territory in the shire of Iverness, including Corrybrough that became the seat of the clans chieftains. One branch stayed at Isle of Skye and another branch held castle Sween. According to John Dye in his history of the MacIsaacs: "in Sir Walter MacFarlane's "Genealogical Collections" there is an old history of the Clan MacIntosh, and in Vol. 1, page 164, there appears a note about a very early MacIsaac from Moidart.... When Ferquhard 5th, Chief of the MacIntoshes, married Mora Macdonald, daughter of Angus Og Macdonald of the Isles, there came to Moy from Moidart with Mora, "Roderick, otherwise Reven MacMilmor Vic Isak", which seems to indicate that the MacIsaacs and MacQueens have a common ancestor. DNA Of the studies participants there are 75 with McQueen surname or variants (Queen and McGuinn not included). There are a majority of R1b`s, but there are at least four different R1b lineages (Z49, S3058, M222, L238) that does not share the same paternal branch. <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" alt="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" width="800" /><br /> I1: 38,67%, I2: 6,67%, R1b: 53,33%, G: 1,33% The second largest group are the I1`s, which shows a much clearer result. 82,76% of I1s share the same paternal branch, which is I1-Y17610. Theyr closest matches are the MacIsaacs, Edgar (Irish) and a Norwegian branch, calculated to share a common ancestor right before the viking age. Which seems to confirm that at least the Corrybrough (chieftain) branch has origin from Scandinavia. It does also confirm that they share a paternal ancestor with the irish clan Edgar sometime after 1000 A.D. Calculations does also suggest that the MacQueens and MacIsaac should share a ancestor sometime before the 16th century, but only confirmation of SNPs through Big-Y will be able to confirm this with more confidence. <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" alt=" https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" width="800" /><br /> 1446: Angus MacQuean is mentioned as belonging to clan Chattan. 1526: William MacQueen are summoned by Munro MacKintosh of Ross.. 1541: Finlay (tacksman in Orinsay) and Gilleroch MacQueen are mentioned as followers of Donald Gorme MacDonald. 1543: Allister and William MacQueen are mentioned as belonging to clan Chattan. 1559-1560: John MacQueen is mentioned also Donald MacIan Dhu MacQueen, William MacQueen (indweller at Inverness). 1561-1562: William vic Ian Dhu MacQueen is mentioned as leading prosecutor in the Sheriff court of Inverness. 1562: Alexander MacQueen finds Findlay MacQueen MacKintosh as his cautioner. 1562: John MacIan MacQueen finds Donald and Iver MacQueen as his cautioners. 1577-1594: William MacQueen, parson at Assynt, later Sub-Dean of Ross. 1593: William MacQueen is mentioned of Corrybrough. 1594: Donald MacQueen is mentioned as heritor of Corrybrough. 1609: Donald McQueen of Corrybrough (parson at Petty and son of Angus), John MacQueen of little Corrybrough and Sweyn MacQueen of Raigbeg are mentioned as parties to the bond of union among the clan Chattan. 1778: Lord MacDonald of Sleath writes "It does me great honor to have the sons of Chieftains in the regiment, and as the MacQueens have been invariably attached to our family, to whom we believe we owe our existence, I am proud of the nomination". This tribute to the MacQueens shows that theyr close connection with the MacDonalds was still known although they ranked themselves as part of clan Chattan. Sources: *MacQueen-family origins: http://www.mcqueenfamily.org.uk/origins/ *Alexander McQueen Quattlebaum: Clergymen and Chiefs the MacQueens: https://books.google.no/books?id=T-6oCucIvsMC&lpg=PP1&hl=no&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false *Ronald Williams: "The Lords of The Isles" *Sheila McQueen Ellinson: "A McQueen Family Historical Tour" *Malcolm A. MacQueen: "Skye Pioneers and the Island" *MacQueen of Corrybrough, chieftains: http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/bmcqueen/webdocs/mcqueen/mcqchief.pdf *The MacIsaacs: http://www.moidart.org.uk/datasets/mcisaacs2.htm *Scottish surnames: http://barryrmccain.blogspot.no/2013/10/scottish-surnames.html *Dugal MacQueen: https://bolesbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/4-dugal-mcqueen-scottish-rebel-and-gateway-ancestor-to-royalty/ *Sweeney: http://icaradna.blogspot.no/2013/05/sweeney-story-behind-name.html JOIN - About <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> - DNA Results <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/dna-results> - Surnames <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/surnames> - Activity Feed <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/activity-feed> - Photos <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/photos> - Links <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/links> Administrators - <dawidhow@hotmail.com> David Widerberg Howden - <ScottDKendall@gmail.com> Scott Kendall $40.00 General Fund Total Donate <https://www.familytreedna.com/group-general-fund-contribution.aspx?g=ClanMcQueen> About us - Overview <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> - Background <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/background> - Goals <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/goals> - News <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/news> - Project Statistics <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/project-statistics> History Some believe that the MacQueens was of Viking ancestry, and came to Scotland with the Norsemen who occupied the Hebrides and the west coast of Scotland in the ninth and tenth centuries. They affiliated themselves with the Celtic tribes, and were numerous on the islands of Lewis and Skye. One other version is that they came to Scotland from Ireland as part of the dowery of Margaret/Agnes O'Cathan when she married Angus og MacDonald, of the Isles around 1314-1320, the MacQueens settled at Moidart and became a sept of clan MacDonald. Roderick Dhub Revan MacMilmor of the clan MacSweyn was mentioned as kinsman to the MacDonalds and accompanied Mora MacDonald, when she married Malcolm beg MacKinstosh around 1409-1411. Rodericks descendants was known as the Revan clan after him and from now became part of clan Chattan under MacKintosh. Roderick fought under MacKintosh in the battle of Harlaw in 1411 and received also a grant of territory in the shire of Iverness, including Corrybrough that became the seat of the clans chieftains. One branch stayed at Isle of Skye and another branch held castle Sween. According to John Dye in his history of the MacIsaacs: "in Sir Walter MacFarlane's "Genealogical Collections" there is an old history of the Clan MacIntosh, and in Vol. 1, page 164, there appears a note about a very early MacIsaac from Moidart.... When Ferquhard 5th, Chief of the MacIntoshes, married Mora Macdonald, daughter of Angus Og Macdonald of the Isles, there came to Moy from Moidart with Mora, "Roderick, otherwise Reven MacMilmor Vic Isak", which seems to indicate that the MacIsaacs and MacQueens have a common ancestor. DNA Of the studies participants there are 75 with McQueen surname or variants (Queen and McGuinn not included). There are a majority of R1b`s, but there are at least four different R1b lineages (Z49, S3058, M222, L238) that does not share the same paternal branch. <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" alt="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" width="800" /><br /> I1: 38,67%, I2: 6,67%, R1b: 53,33%, G: 1,33% The second largest group are the I1`s, which shows a much clearer result. 82,76% of I1s share the same paternal branch, which is I1-Y17610. Theyr closest matches are the MacIsaacs, Edgar (Irish) and a Norwegian branch, calculated to share a common ancestor right before the viking age. Which seems to confirm that at least the Corrybrough (chieftain) branch has origin from Scandinavia. It does also confirm that they share a paternal ancestor with the irish clan Edgar sometime after 1000 A.D. Calculations does also suggest that the MacQueens and MacIsaac should share a ancestor sometime before the 16th century, but only confirmation of SNPs through Big-Y will be able to confirm this with more confidence. <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" alt=" https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" width="800" /><br /> 1446: Angus MacQuean is mentioned as belonging to clan Chattan. 1526: William MacQueen are summoned by Munro MacKintosh of Ross.. 1541: Finlay (tacksman in Orinsay) and Gilleroch MacQueen are mentioned as followers of Donald Gorme MacDonald. 1543: Allister and William MacQueen are mentioned as belonging to clan Chattan. 1559-1560: John MacQueen is mentioned also Donald MacIan Dhu MacQueen, William MacQueen (indweller at Inverness). 1561-1562: William vic Ian Dhu MacQueen is mentioned as leading prosecutor in the Sheriff court of Inverness. 1562: Alexander MacQueen finds Findlay MacQueen MacKintosh as his cautioner. 1562: John MacIan MacQueen finds Donald and Iver MacQueen as his cautioners. 1577-1594: William MacQueen, parson at Assynt, later Sub-Dean of Ross. 1593: William MacQueen is mentioned of Corrybrough. 1594: Donald MacQueen is mentioned as heritor of Corrybrough. 1609: Donald McQueen of Corrybrough (parson at Petty and son of Angus), John MacQueen of little Corrybrough and Sweyn MacQueen of Raigbeg are mentioned as parties to the bond of union among the clan Chattan. 1778: Lord MacDonald of Sleath writes "It does me great honor to have the sons of Chieftains in the regiment, and as the MacQueens have been invariably attached to our family, to whom we believe we owe our existence, I am proud of the nomination". This tribute to the MacQueens shows that theyr close connection with the MacDonalds was still known although they ranked themselves as part of clan Chattan. Sources: *MacQueen-family origins: http://www.mcqueenfamily.org.uk/origins/ *Alexander McQueen Quattlebaum: Clergymen and Chiefs the MacQueens: https://books.google.no/books?id=T-6oCucIvsMC&lpg=PP1&hl=no&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false *Ronald Williams: "The Lords of The Isles" *Sheila McQueen Ellinson: "A McQueen Family Historical Tour" *Malcolm A. MacQueen: "Skye Pioneers and the Island" *MacQueen of Corrybrough, chieftains: http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/bmcqueen/webdocs/mcqueen/mcqchief.pdf *The MacIsaacs: http://www.moidart.org.uk/datasets/mcisaacs2.htm *Scottish surnames: http://barryrmccain.blogspot.no/2013/10/scottish-surnames.html *Dugal MacQueen: https://bolesbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/4-dugal-mcqueen-scottish-rebel-and-gateway-ancestor-to-royalty/ *Sweeney: http://icaradna.blogspot.no/2013/05/sweeney-story-behind-name.html On Sat, Sep 8, 2018 at 1:54 AM Rolla Queen <rq77tarheel@gmail.com> wrote: > Sure. I am going to be travelling tomorrow through next weekend, but can > certainly look at the results in my downtime. What testing company did you > use? > > Rolla > > On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 9:41 PM M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea <sbodea43@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> Rolla, if I send you some of the results from a couple of my DNA tests can >> you help me figure them out? There are some differences. In one case I >> show >> my Jewish ancestry ( I had one line) and I had an Native American >> Ancestor. >> Therei is one that shows an Italian link (don't know where that came from >> except I was married to an Italian for 34 years and had two children with >> him! ) I have been trying to find someone to help me understand this. Sue >> >> On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 9:11 PM, Rolla Queen <rq77tarheel@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> >> > Are there any Francis Queen descendants and researchers still lurking on >> > the maillist? >> > >> > Rolla >> > >> > _______________________________________________ >> > When replying to a digest post, quote only the specific text to which >> you >> > are replying, removing the rest of the digest from your reply. 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    01/25/2019 09:40:48
    1. [QUEEN] Re: Francis Queen
    2. Rolla Queen
    3. Hi Sue, Your children inherit 50% of their DNA from their father, and that is where you would expect to see Italian Ancestry - not from you. Your DNA would not indicate Italian ancestry unless you have your own ancestor who was from that part of Europe. Remember, the ethnicity results that the tests provide are just estimates, and there can be a lot of error in the interpretation. They are based on reference populations, and the results are only as good as the data on the reference populations. Those are being refined and enhanced at a rapid rate as autosomal tests are booming. Ethnicity estimates are like fun playthings, but they are not a substitute for genealogical research. If your own autosomal test is showing a percentage of Italian or Mediterranean ancestry, then depending on the percentage, you should be looking for an individual(s) whose biological heritage is from that part of the world, probably withing the last 6 - 8 generations. That is about as far back as you can speculatively go with autosomal DNA. Keep up the research! Rolla On Fri, Jan 25, 2019 at 8:41 AM M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea <sbodea43@gmail.com> wrote: > I am still in some limbo as to the DNA study with Family Search that shows > an Italian link in my DNA since neither of my daughters, whose Father was > from Italy, have done the DNA test. It doesn't show in my Ancestry DNA > test. > I have always thought I have Viking blood because there are so many > redheads in our family. My Mom had auburn hair, my had dark red hair, my > great grandmother had bright red hair. My brother had brown hair but a > bright red beard. I have a redhead complexion. I have three nieces with > red hair. > Have you seen this? Look below this header. > > - 46 members > > > > - About <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> > - DNA Results > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/dna-results> > - Surnames <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/surnames> > - Activity Feed > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/activity-feed> > - Photos <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/photos> > - Links <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/links> > > Administrators > > - <dawidhow@hotmail.com> David Widerberg Howden > - <ScottDKendall@gmail.com> Scott Kendall > > $40.00 > General Fund Total > Donate > <https://www.familytreedna.com/group-general-fund-contribution.aspx?g=ClanMcQueen> > About us > > - Overview <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> > - Background > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/background> > - Goals <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/goals> > - News <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/news> > - Project Statistics > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/project-statistics> > > History > > Some believe that the MacQueens was of Viking ancestry, and came to > Scotland with the Norsemen who occupied the Hebrides and the west coast of > Scotland in the ninth and tenth centuries. They affiliated themselves with > the Celtic tribes, and were numerous on the islands of Lewis and Skye. One > other version is that they came to Scotland from Ireland as part of the > dowery of Margaret/Agnes O'Cathan when she married Angus og MacDonald, of > the Isles around 1314-1320, the MacQueens settled at Moidart and became a > sept of clan MacDonald. Roderick Dhub Revan MacMilmor of the clan MacSweyn > was mentioned as kinsman to the MacDonalds and accompanied Mora MacDonald, > when she married Malcolm beg MacKinstosh around 1409-1411. Rodericks > descendants was known as the Revan clan after him and from now became part > of clan Chattan under MacKintosh. Roderick fought under MacKintosh in the > battle of Harlaw in 1411 and received also a grant of territory in the > shire of Iverness, including Corrybrough that became the seat of the clans > chieftains. One branch stayed at Isle of Skye and another branch held > castle Sween. > > According to John Dye in his history of the MacIsaacs: "in Sir Walter > MacFarlane's "Genealogical Collections" there is an old history of the Clan > MacIntosh, and in Vol. 1, page 164, there appears a note about a very early > MacIsaac from Moidart.... When Ferquhard 5th, Chief of the MacIntoshes, > married Mora Macdonald, daughter of Angus Og Macdonald of the Isles, there > came to Moy from Moidart with Mora, "Roderick, otherwise Reven MacMilmor > Vic Isak", which seems to indicate that the MacIsaacs and MacQueens have a > common ancestor. > > DNA > > Of the studies participants there are 75 with McQueen surname or variants > (Queen and McGuinn not included). There are a majority of R1b`s, but there > are at least four different R1b lineages (Z49, S3058, M222, L238) that does > not share the same paternal branch. > > > <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" > alt="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" > width="800" /><br /> > > I1: 38,67%, I2: 6,67%, R1b: 53,33%, G: 1,33% > > The second largest group are the I1`s, which shows a much clearer result. > 82,76% of I1s share the same paternal branch, which is I1-Y17610. Theyr > closest matches are the MacIsaacs, Edgar (Irish) and a Norwegian branch, > > calculated to share a common ancestor right before the viking age. Which > seems to confirm that at least the Corrybrough (chieftain) > > branch has origin from Scandinavia. It does also confirm that they share a > paternal ancestor with the irish clan Edgar sometime after 1000 A.D. > > Calculations does also suggest that the MacQueens and MacIsaac should > share a ancestor sometime before the 16th century, but only > > confirmation of SNPs through Big-Y will be able to confirm this with more > confidence. > > <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" alt=" > https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" width="800" > /><br /> > > 1446: Angus MacQuean is mentioned as belonging to clan Chattan. > > 1526: William MacQueen are summoned by Munro MacKintosh of Ross.. > > 1541: Finlay (tacksman in Orinsay) and Gilleroch MacQueen are mentioned as > followers of Donald Gorme MacDonald. > > 1543: Allister and William MacQueen are mentioned as belonging to clan > Chattan. > > 1559-1560: John MacQueen is mentioned also Donald MacIan Dhu MacQueen, > William MacQueen (indweller at Inverness). > > 1561-1562: William vic Ian Dhu MacQueen is mentioned as leading prosecutor > in the Sheriff court of Inverness. > > 1562: Alexander MacQueen finds Findlay MacQueen MacKintosh as his > cautioner. > > 1562: John MacIan MacQueen finds Donald and Iver MacQueen as his > cautioners. > > 1577-1594: William MacQueen, parson at Assynt, later Sub-Dean of Ross. > > 1593: William MacQueen is mentioned of Corrybrough. > > 1594: Donald MacQueen is mentioned as heritor of Corrybrough. > > 1609: Donald McQueen of Corrybrough (parson at Petty and son of Angus), > John MacQueen of little Corrybrough and Sweyn MacQueen of Raigbeg are > mentioned as parties to the bond of union among the clan Chattan. > > 1778: Lord MacDonald of Sleath writes "It does me great honor to have the > sons of Chieftains in the regiment, and as the MacQueens have been > invariably attached to our family, to whom we believe we owe our existence, > I am proud of the nomination". This tribute to the MacQueens shows that > theyr close connection with the MacDonalds was still known although they > ranked themselves as part of clan Chattan. > > > Sources: > > *MacQueen-family origins: http://www.mcqueenfamily.org.uk/origins/ > > *Alexander McQueen Quattlebaum: Clergymen and Chiefs the MacQueens: > https://books.google.no/books?id=T-6oCucIvsMC&lpg=PP1&hl=no&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false > > *Ronald Williams: "The Lords of The Isles" > > *Sheila McQueen Ellinson: "A McQueen Family Historical Tour" > > *Malcolm A. MacQueen: "Skye Pioneers and the Island" > > *MacQueen of Corrybrough, chieftains: > http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/bmcqueen/webdocs/mcqueen/mcqchief.pdf > > *The MacIsaacs: http://www.moidart.org.uk/datasets/mcisaacs2.htm > > *Scottish surnames: > http://barryrmccain.blogspot.no/2013/10/scottish-surnames.html > > *Dugal MacQueen: > https://bolesbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/4-dugal-mcqueen-scottish-rebel-and-gateway-ancestor-to-royalty/ > *Sweeney: > http://icaradna.blogspot.no/2013/05/sweeney-story-behind-name.htmlJOIN > > - About <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> > - DNA Results > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/dna-results> > - Surnames <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/surnames> > - Activity Feed > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/activity-feed> > - Photos <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/photos> > - Links <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/links> > > Administrators > > - <dawidhow@hotmail.com> David Widerberg Howden > - <ScottDKendall@gmail.com> Scott Kendall > > $40.00 > General Fund Total > Donate > <https://www.familytreedna.com/group-general-fund-contribution.aspx?g=ClanMcQueen> > About us > > - Overview <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about> > - Background > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/background> > - Goals <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/goals> > - News <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/news> > - Project Statistics > <https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mcqueen/about/project-statistics> > > History > > Some believe that the MacQueens was of Viking ancestry, and came to > Scotland with the Norsemen who occupied the Hebrides and the west coast of > Scotland in the ninth and tenth centuries. They affiliated themselves with > the Celtic tribes, and were numerous on the islands of Lewis and Skye. One > other version is that they came to Scotland from Ireland as part of the > dowery of Margaret/Agnes O'Cathan when she married Angus og MacDonald, of > the Isles around 1314-1320, the MacQueens settled at Moidart and became a > sept of clan MacDonald. Roderick Dhub Revan MacMilmor of the clan MacSweyn > was mentioned as kinsman to the MacDonalds and accompanied Mora MacDonald, > when she married Malcolm beg MacKinstosh around 1409-1411. Rodericks > descendants was known as the Revan clan after him and from now became part > of clan Chattan under MacKintosh. Roderick fought under MacKintosh in the > battle of Harlaw in 1411 and received also a grant of territory in the > shire of Iverness, including Corrybrough that became the seat of the clans > chieftains. One branch stayed at Isle of Skye and another branch held > castle Sween. > > According to John Dye in his history of the MacIsaacs: "in Sir Walter > MacFarlane's "Genealogical Collections" there is an old history of the Clan > MacIntosh, and in Vol. 1, page 164, there appears a note about a very early > MacIsaac from Moidart.... When Ferquhard 5th, Chief of the MacIntoshes, > married Mora Macdonald, daughter of Angus Og Macdonald of the Isles, there > came to Moy from Moidart with Mora, "Roderick, otherwise Reven MacMilmor > Vic Isak", which seems to indicate that the MacIsaacs and MacQueens have a > common ancestor. > > DNA > > Of the studies participants there are 75 with McQueen surname or variants > (Queen and McGuinn not included). There are a majority of R1b`s, but there > are at least four different R1b lineages (Z49, S3058, M222, L238) that does > not share the same paternal branch. > > > <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" > alt="https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsu7ixr1fosfh6j/percentage.png?dl=0" > width="800" /><br /> > > I1: 38,67%, I2: 6,67%, R1b: 53,33%, G: 1,33% > > The second largest group are the I1`s, which shows a much clearer result. > 82,76% of I1s share the same paternal branch, which is I1-Y17610. Theyr > closest matches are the MacIsaacs, Edgar (Irish) and a Norwegian branch, > > calculated to share a common ancestor right before the viking age. Which > seems to confirm that at least the Corrybrough (chieftain) > > branch has origin from Scandinavia. It does also confirm that they share a > paternal ancestor with the irish clan Edgar sometime after 1000 A.D. > > Calculations does also suggest that the MacQueens and MacIsaac should > share a ancestor sometime before the 16th century, but only > > confirmation of SNPs through Big-Y will be able to confirm this with more > confidence. > > <img src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" alt=" > https://www.dropbox.com/s/bd02oqtumsi05qk/Branch.png?dl=0" width="800" > /><br /> > > 1446: Angus MacQuean is mentioned as belonging to clan Chattan. > > 1526: William MacQueen are summoned by Munro MacKintosh of Ross.. > > 1541: Finlay (tacksman in Orinsay) and Gilleroch MacQueen are mentioned as > followers of Donald Gorme MacDonald. > > 1543: Allister and William MacQueen are mentioned as belonging to clan > Chattan. > > 1559-1560: John MacQueen is mentioned also Donald MacIan Dhu MacQueen, > William MacQueen (indweller at Inverness). > > 1561-1562: William vic Ian Dhu MacQueen is mentioned as leading prosecutor > in the Sheriff court of Inverness. > > 1562: Alexander MacQueen finds Findlay MacQueen MacKintosh as his > cautioner. > > 1562: John MacIan MacQueen finds Donald and Iver MacQueen as his > cautioners. > > 1577-1594: William MacQueen, parson at Assynt, later Sub-Dean of Ross. > > 1593: William MacQueen is mentioned of Corrybrough. > > 1594: Donald MacQueen is mentioned as heritor of Corrybrough. > > 1609: Donald McQueen of Corrybrough (parson at Petty and son of Angus), > John MacQueen of little Corrybrough and Sweyn MacQueen of Raigbeg are > mentioned as parties to the bond of union among the clan Chattan. > > 1778: Lord MacDonald of Sleath writes "It does me great honor to have the > sons of Chieftains in the regiment, and as the MacQueens have been > invariably attached to our family, to whom we believe we owe our existence, > I am proud of the nomination". This tribute to the MacQueens shows that > theyr close connection with the MacDonalds was still known although they > ranked themselves as part of clan Chattan. > > > Sources: > > *MacQueen-family origins: http://www.mcqueenfamily.org.uk/origins/ > > *Alexander McQueen Quattlebaum: Clergymen and Chiefs the MacQueens: > https://books.google.no/books?id=T-6oCucIvsMC&lpg=PP1&hl=no&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false > > *Ronald Williams: "The Lords of The Isles" > > *Sheila McQueen Ellinson: "A McQueen Family Historical Tour" > > *Malcolm A. MacQueen: "Skye Pioneers and the Island" > > *MacQueen of Corrybrough, chieftains: > http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/bmcqueen/webdocs/mcqueen/mcqchief.pdf > > *The MacIsaacs: http://www.moidart.org.uk/datasets/mcisaacs2.htm > > *Scottish surnames: > http://barryrmccain.blogspot.no/2013/10/scottish-surnames.html > > *Dugal MacQueen: > https://bolesbooksblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/4-dugal-mcqueen-scottish-rebel-and-gateway-ancestor-to-royalty/ > > *Sweeney: > http://icaradna.blogspot.no/2013/05/sweeney-story-behind-name.html > > On Sat, Sep 8, 2018 at 1:54 AM Rolla Queen <rq77tarheel@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Sure. I am going to be travelling tomorrow through next weekend, but can >> certainly look at the results in my downtime. What testing company did you >> use? >> >> Rolla >> >> On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 9:41 PM M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea <sbodea43@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> >>> Rolla, if I send you some of the results from a couple of my DNA tests >>> can >>> you help me figure them out? There are some differences. In one case I >>> show >>> my Jewish ancestry ( I had one line) and I had an Native American >>> Ancestor. >>> Therei is one that shows an Italian link (don't know where that came from >>> except I was married to an Italian for 34 years and had two children with >>> him! ) I have been trying to find someone to help me understand this. >>> Sue >>> >>> On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 9:11 PM, Rolla Queen <rq77tarheel@gmail.com> >>> wrote: >>> >>> > Are there any Francis Queen descendants and researchers still lurking >>> on >>> > the maillist? >>> > >>> > Rolla >>> > >>> > _______________________________________________ >>> > When replying to a digest post, quote only the specific text to which >>> you >>> > are replying, removing the rest of the digest from your reply. 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    01/25/2019 10:14:33
    1. [QUEEN] Re: Francis Queen
    2. Rolla Queen
    3. Remember, that ethnicity estimates are just that - projections based on a reference population. And each testing company may give differing results especially at the margins. Rolla On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 9:41 PM M Sue Baldwin-O'Dea <sbodea43@gmail.com> wrote: > Rolla, if I send you some of the results from a couple of my DNA tests can > you help me figure them out? There are some differences. In one case I show > my Jewish ancestry ( I had one line) and I had an Native American Ancestor. > Therei is one that shows an Italian link (don't know where that came from > except I was married to an Italian for 34 years and had two children with > him! ) I have been trying to find someone to help me understand this. 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