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dna match - Ogletree/ Ocheltree or Ochiltree
Posted by: Shawn Ogletree (ID *****3179) Date: June 26, 2012 at 13:15:31
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I donít know the full significance of this but I entered information on my 20 marker test info on ysearch.org and found a connection to member number 76GJ7, Stewart Ocheltree Sr. who claims through an email exchange that "All that he knows of his ancestry comes from his family copy of the book:" History of the House of Ochiltree of Ayrshire, Scotland: with the genealogy of the families of those who came to America and of some of the allied families, 1124-1916 (1916)". His oldest direct ancestor listed in this book is a Matthew Ochiltree who was one of three brothers that came America about 1760 see page 29. Matthew settled in Delaware. His grandfather is listed in this book as Joseph Lindsey Ochiltree. He spelled his name as "Ocheltree"."

My member number is R6QPB. Compare them on ysearch.org

book link:
http://archive.org/details/historyofhouseof01rail

We matched up on 12 genetic markers with 0 variability. He only had 12 markers to compare to and was on a very short list of matches.


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