598New Sanchez from Sonora Results Posted
- Aug 25, 2013
New Sanchez, James West European - R1b, 13 24 13 10 11 14 12 12 11 13 13 29 18 09 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 15 15 17 17 Sanchez, James Suamca Mission at Santa Cruz, Sonora Mexico> Northern Sonora Mexico. Haplogroup R1b most frequent in Western Europe. See this cluster of YDNA 14 of 15 marker match(es) (one step mismatch at DYS19) to 1 of 197 Basque Country, Spain [Spanish], 1 of 205 Bahia, Brazil [Admixed Brazilian], 1 of 31 Rio Branco, Brazil [Admixed Brazilian], 1 of 1407 United States [Hispanic American], 1 of 102 Oran, Algeria [Arab], 1 of 131 Illinois, United States [African American] & 1 of 130 Modena, Italy [Italian] in this -YHRD database search. Oldest Ydna ancestor - Marcial Sanchez was with the 1774 Anza expedition to find a route to California m Vicenta Azedo> Jose Ramon Sanchez is a soldier 1801 in the Santa Cruz valley (Suamca area). Contact Teddi MontesTeddi,if you would like to update anything just let me know.Saludos,Gary
--- In MexicoDNAProject@yahoogroups.com, Teddi Montes wrote:
> ALL that I have so far after 35 years....Marcial Sanchez. (wife is
> Vicenta Azedo) bapt. a son in 1754 at Suamca, was a godparent in 1760
> at Guevavi, and was with the 1774 Anza expedition to find a route to
> California. I find him NOWHERES ELSE after 1774. His son, Jose
> Ramon, is a soldier 1801 in the Santa Cruz valley (Suamca area). All
> locations are northern Sonora. The Azedo surname and also Sanchez is
> found in the area in the roster etc. I do not find him on the Tubac
> or Tucumcacori padrones. Still searching mission records......and for
> clues as to the origins of Marcial.
> Mysteries??? Yea...like WHO are these guys and WHERE did you come
> from??? South via Arizpe or Alamos or New Mexico or Chihuahua/
> LOTS of mysteries and I am so hoping we have some sort of a FF cousin
> match w the Miranda Y guy!!!!
> Have not done anything w Y search so can you do that?
> Teddi Montes
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