|My Pedigree||If you'd like a short, Text File version of my Pedigree, click the link.|
is a lineage website for those whose surname is Vinson or Vincent whose
Y-DNA belongs to the Haplogroup I1. There are Vincents of
other Haplogroups. They are not related to us. |
can prove you're related by taking a Y-DNA test (37 marker or
higher) or by appropriate Primary and Secondary Sources. If
you choose to have your DNA tested, I highly recommend Family Tree DNA.
I've tested with other companies. FTDNA has the best tests,
the largest databases, the best tools, and the most thorough follow-up
or any testing company. They set the standard for other DNA
testing companies to follow.
NOTE: Although FTDNA offers
the less expensive 12 marker test (Y-DNA12), you need the 37
marker (Y-DNA37) or higher to prove a connection. The 37
marker test can prove a connection within the last 200 years while a 12
marker test will only prove you are related since Medieval Europe (725
|Blake Reunion Facebook page||Thanks
to Cousin Claude for creating this page. The Joseph Benjamin
Blake and Lillie Viola Smith Family Reunion page on Facebook was
created as a gathering place for the first Blake Family Reunion we've
had in decades. Hope we have at least one more before I die.
It was great to see all our cousins again. Two of the Bibb
County Alabama Warren brothers, Samual Leroy Warren (1890 - 1970) and
Grover Cleveland Warren (1900 - 1937) married Blake sisters Lilly and
Oney. Sam's 10 children and Oney's two were "double-first"
cousins and share near identical DNA the same as brothers and sisters.
For a time, a separate web page, BlakeReunion.com, was created
for the reunion but all posts on that website have since been
redirected to MyKinFolks.org.|
Little was known to his grandchildren as "Pawpaw" (there must be a million
Pawpaws out there). For me he was a neighbor, a loyal
father-in-law, and a good friend. After his death I created this
tribute to him.|
|Youngbloods||Photos of Youngblood ancestors of Dot Little.|
|Kelly's||Photos of Kelly ancestors of Dot Little.|
was an experiment that never quite worked out. However it did
eventually lead to the development of my current home page for
MyKinFolks.org. I always wanted a simple text version of my
pedigree but with hyperlinks. |