Re: [Stewart-DNA] Dol de Bretagne
- Very interesting. I'm interested to know what the others with I2B1 are finding out. (I am descended from James Stewart/Stuart listed in the I2b1 M223 clad, via proven paper trail through his son Captain Ralph Stewart and his wife Mary Clay.)What last name do you use? I have dna at 23andme, ftdna and I'm on Gedmatch #222551.Donna-Sue
From: randykamloops_99 <sandy.french@...>
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2013 9:44 AM
Subject: [Stewart-DNA] Dol de Bretagne
Hello fellow Stewart's
I have watched the new findings of the group with great interest over the last few years.
My paternal line was always known to be "Stewart", as my great grandfather was illegitimate, we do not use the last name Stewart.
My great grandfather's father was purported to be a Stewart nobleman, so when I had my testing done I was assigned the I2b1 M223 clad, which differed from the majority here.
My results also put my family's origins as northwest France, well France is a big place, so I noticed FTDNA, has upgraded their maps and is giving more definitive geographical match locations.
Well low and behold my match bulls eye is Dol de Bretagne.
Is this location not reputed to be the origins of the Stewart's??, was Flaald not a nobleman from this very area???
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