The Carson Family

From Washington County, Virginia 
To Rockcastle County, Kentucky
To Jellico, Tennessee
To Davie, Broward County, Florida

 

 

 

James Holman (Holdman, Holeman)
Born: about 1814 in Madison County, Kentucky
Died: about 1886 in Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky


James Holman (Holdman, Holeman) was born about 1814 in Madison County, Kentucky. He lived in the area of Brodhead and Crab Orchard, Kentucky, which are on the border of three Kentucky counties: Lincoln, Garrard, and Rockcastle.

On June 4, 1835 in Garrard County, Kentucky, James Holman was married to Martha Ramsey, the daughter of Alexander Ramsey, by Baptist minister Benjamin Polston

The DNA test results for a great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814, require us to expand our search on where to find the parents of James Holman, born 1814.

 

 

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www.worldfamilies.net
FamilyTreeDNA
The Holman DNA Project
Results for a great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814
R-M269
R1b1a2*


Y-DNA - Standard Y-STR Values

PANEL 1 (1-12)
Marker DYS393 DYS390 DYS19** DYS391 DYS385 DYS426 DYS388 DYS439 DYS389I DYS392 DYS389II***
Value     13         24             14             11         11-14     12         12             12         14             13             31

PANEL 2 (13-25)
Marker DYS458 DYS459 DYS455 DYS454 DYS447 DYS437 DYS448 DYS449 DYS464
Value     18         9-10         11         11             25         15             19         31         15-15-16-16

PANEL 3 (26-37)
Marker DYS460 Y-GATA-H4 YCAII DYS456 DYS607 DYS576 DYS570 CDY DYS442 DYS438
Value     11         11                     19-24 18             15         18             17        37-38     12         12

PANEL 4 (38-47)
Marker DYS531 DYS578 DYF395S1 DYS590 DYS537 DYS641 DYS472 DYF406S1 DYS511
Value     11             9         15-16             8         10             10             8         10                 11

 

PANEL 4 (48-60)
Marker DYS425 DYS413 DYS557 DYS594 DYS436 DYS490 DYS534 DYS450 DYS444 DYS481 DYS520 DYS446
Value     12         23-23     16             10         12             12         15             8             12             22             20         13

PANEL 4 (61-67)
Marker DYS617 DYS568 DYS487 DYS572 DYS640 DYS492 DYS565
Value     12             11         13             11         11         13             12


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Project members' who match at 23/25, 33/37/, 61/67 or better - the commonly accepted measure for sharing a "recent" common ancestor.
Generally, the common ancestor lived since the advent of surnames (c1100) and probably was born in the last 200-400 years - though sometimes less. The common ancestor could be the earliest ancestor on the oldest pedigree, could have lived as little as one generation earlier, or could have lived generations earlier than any of the listed earliest ancestors. Matches at only 12 markers are not considered enough to confirm a shared ancestor.

 

 

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The surprise in the FamilyTreeDNA study is that the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814, is a Y-DNA match with:

* a 3rd great-grandson of the Kenneth Holeman who died March 31, 1871 in Upperfreehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey (37/37 marker). 

* a 4th great-grandson of the Daniel Holeman who was born in 1787 in North Carolina, had children in Tennessee, and homesteaded in 1850 in Douglas County, Missouri (67/67 marker).

 

A. Name     3rd great grandson of Kenneth Holeman, b. 1783 
Haplogroups    
Y-DNA R1b1a2     Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor      37/37 markers "Very Tightly Related"
Paternal Kenneth Holeman, b. 1783
Documented Direct Descendants 
Kenneth HOLEMAN b: 1783 in Monmouth Co., NJ     d: 31 Mar 1871 in Upperfreehold, Monmouth Co., N.J.     m: Sarah JAMISON
William C HOLEMAN b: 1810 in Monmouth, NJ     d: 12 Apr 1900 in Millstone, Monmouth, New Jersey     m: Catharine Sutphin VAN HISE
John H. HOLEMAN b: Dec 1839 in Mercer Co.,New Jersey     d: 1911     m: Margaret C. REYNOLDS in 1866
Perrine Robert HOLEMAN b: 31 Dec 1878 in New Jersey     d: 1925     m: Cora Louise PEPPLER in 1902
Morgan Perrine HOLEMAN b: 1914 in Upper Freehold twp, Monmouth Co., New Jersey     d: 1994     m: Matilda Lois HOLSTEN in 1936

Kenneth HOLEMAN b: 1783 in Monmouth Co., NJ is assumed to be the 2nd great grandson of Robert Holman, died 1709 in New Jersey.

In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that 3rd great grandson of Kenneth Holeman, b. 1783 and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations       Percentage
4                             83.49%
8                             97.28%
12                           99.55%
16                           99.93%
20                           99.99%
24                         100.00%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 0 from 3rd great grandson of Kenneth Holeman, b. 1783, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 0 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

A 37/37 match between two men who share a common surname (or variant) means they share a common male ancestor. Their relatedness is extremely close with the common ancestor predicted, 50% of the time, in 5 generations or less and over a 95% probability within 8 generations. Very few people achieve this close level of a match. All confidence levels are well within the time frame that surnames were adopted in Western Europe.

 

B. Name    4th great-grandson of the Daniel Holeman, b. 1787 
Haplogroups††††
Y-DNA R1b1a2     Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor     67/67 markers "Very Tightly Related"
Paternal Daniel Holeman, b. 1787 
Direct Descendants†
Daniel HOLEMAN b: 1787 in North Carolina     d: 1892 in Ozark Co., Missouri 

In comparing Y-DNA 67 marker results, the probability that 4th great-grandson of the Daniel Holeman, b. 1787 and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations     Percentage
4                         89.79%
8                         98.96%
12                       99.89%
16                       99.99%
20                     100.00%
24                     100.00%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. 
In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 0 from 4th great-grandson of the Daniel Holeman, b. 1787, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 0 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

A 67/67 match between two men who share a common surname (or variant) means they share a common male ancestor within the genealogical time frame. Their relatedness is extremely close. All confidence levels are well within the time frame that surnames were adopted in Western Europe with the common ancestor predicted, 50% of the time, in 3 generations or less and with a 90% probability within 5 generations. Very few people achieve this close level of a match. 

Our assumption, based on the DNA test results, is that these three "Very Tightly Related" Holmans descend from Robert Holman, died 1709 in New Jersey.

 

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FamilyTreeDNA compared the results for a great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814, and four (possibly five) direct male descendants of Thomas Holeman, who was born 1723 in Kent County, Maryland, lived in the Shenandoah Valley, and died about 1798 in North Carolina.

Four male descendants of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 match to the three "very tightly related" Holmans: one "Tightly Related" (36/37 Markers) and three "Related" ( 64/67 Markers; 34/37 Markers; 63/67 Markers)

* All four descend through Thomas Holeman b. 1723 and his first wife, Mary Ann Thompson.

* Two descend through the son of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 - Thomas Holman (1756-1833); second wife: Alyse "Elsa" Tugman. (36/37 Markers; 63/67 Markers)

* One descends through the son of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 - Daniel Holeman (b: Abt. 1750; d: 1820 in Robertson County, TN) (64/67 Markers)

* One descends through the son of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 - Isaac Holeman (b: 15 Feb 1752 in Rowan County, North Carolina; d: 25 Aug 1834 in Lincoln County, Tennessee; m 2nd: "Hannah",b: 1755) (34/37 Markers)

Also, there is a fifth possible descendant of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 - Isaac Holeman (b: 15 Feb 1752 in Rowan County, North Carolina; d: 25 Aug 1834 in Lincoln County, Tennessee) (34/37 markers)

(See North Carolina Descendants)

 

A. 5th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b. 1723†
Haplogroups
Y-DNA R1b1a2 Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor 36/37 Markers "Tightly Related"
Paternal Thomas Holeman b. 1723†
Direct Descendants†
Thomas Holeman b. 1723 married Mary Ann Thompson
Thomas Holman (1756-1833); second wife: Alyse "Elsa" Tugman
Thomas Holman (b. 1796 NC; d. 1844 Arkansas) married Lavisa
Joseph Holman (b. Arkansas) married Martha Jean Wright
George W Holman (1868-1948) married Lena Larissa "Rissie" Holcombe (b. Pike Co.; d. McQueen, Arkansas) 
John D Holman married Mozella Wall (b. Dec 15, 1907 in Franklin Co., Texas)

In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that the 5th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman, b 1723, and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814, shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations Percentage
4                   57.45%
8                   88.06%
12                 97.10%
16                 99.35%
20                 99.86%
24                 99.97%

Markers
Display Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 1 from the 5th 
great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 1 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates. 

A 36/37 match between two men who share a common surname (or variant) indicates a close genealogical match. Very few people achieve this close level of a match, and it is within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe. Itís most likely that they matched 24/25 or 25/25 on a previous Y-DNA test, and the mismatch will be found within DYS576, DYS570, or CDY.

 

B.    4th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 
Haplogroups
Y-DNA R1b1a2     Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor     64/67Markers "Related"
Paternal Thomas Holeman b. 1723 
Direct Descendants 
Thomas HOLEMAN b: Abt. 1723 in Kent Co, Maryland     d: 10 Jan 1798 in Wilkes County, NC     m: Mary Ann THOMPSON
Daniel HOLEMAN b: Abt. 1750     d: 1820 in Robertson County, TN
Thomas HOLEMAN b: 1775 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina     d: Jul 1827 in Madison Co., Illinois     m: Mary "Polly" WARREN
Thomas HOLEMAN b: 06 Aug 1819 in Robertson Co., Tennessee     d: 27 Feb 1907 in Fayette Co., Illinois     m: Mary Jane BRAZLE 21 Jan 1839 in Fayette Co., Illinois
James Peter HOLEMAN b: 13 May 1858 in Fayette Co., Illinois     d: 03 Feb 1936 in Fayette Co., Illinois

In comparing Y-DNA 67 marker results, the probability that the 4th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723  and
the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations     Percentage
4                         21.14%
8                         64.88%
12                       89.05%
16                       97.22%
20                       99.38%
24                       99.87%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though
the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 3 from 4th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723 , someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 3 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

The expected relationship between you and your Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) match is dependent on both the number of markers you have tested and the genetic distance. If you and your match have both tested at the Y-DNA67 level and are a genetic distance of three, your degree of matching is within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe. 

A 63/67 or 64/67 match between two men who share the same surname (or a variant) means that they are likely to share a common ancestor within the genealogical time frame. The common ancestor is probably not extremely recent, but is likely within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe.
It is most likely that they matched 24/25, 36/37 or 37/37 on previous Y-DNA tests and mismatches are within DYS458, DYS459, DYS449, DYS464, DYS576, DYS570, and CDY

 

C.    4th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b. 1723†
Haplogroups
Y-DNA R1b1a2     Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor     34/37 Markers "Related"
Paternal Thomas Holeman b. 1723 
Direct Descendants†
Thomas HOLEMAN b: Abt. 1723 in Kent Co, Maryland     d: 10 Jan 1798 in Wilkes County, NC     m: Mary Ann THOMPSON 
Isaac HOLEMAN b: 15 Feb 1752 in Rowan County, North Carolina     d: 25 Aug 1834 in Lincoln County, Tennessee     m: HANNAH b: 1755
Isaac HOLEMAN b: Abt. 1786 in South Carolina     d: 15 Apr 1877 in Smithland, Lincoln County, Tennessee     m: NANCY  
William Pearson HOLEMAN b: 03 Mar 1811 in Lincoln County, Tennessee     d: 09 Jul 1888 in Smithland, Lincoln County, Tennessee             m: Esther Eliza Angeline THOMPSON
James Richardson HOLEMAN b: 23 Mar 1869 in Smithland, Lincoln County, Tennessee     d: 19 Jul 1955 in McKinny, Collin Co., Texas

In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that the 4th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723 and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations     Percentage
4                         11.47%
8                         45.80%
12                       74.97%
16                       90.33%
20                       96.68%
24                       98.95%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 3 from
4th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723 , someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 3 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

The expected relationship between you and your Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) match is dependent on both the number of markers you have tested and the genetic distance. If you and your match have both tested at the Y-DNA37 level and are a genetic distance of three, your degree of matching is within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe. 

A 34/37 match between two men who share a common surname (or variant) means they share a common male ancestor. The relationship is likely within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe.
It is most likely that they matched exactly or closely on previous Y-DNA tests, and the mismatch is within DYS439 or DYS385, DYS389i, 389ii, DYS458, DYS459, DYS449, DYS464, DYS576, DYS570, or CDY.

 

D. 4th or 5th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b. 1723†
Haplogroups
Y-DNA R1b1a2 Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor 63/67 Markers "Related"
Paternal Thomas Holeman b. 1723†
Direct Descendants†
Thomas Holeman, born about 1723 in Kent Co, Maryland. Married Mary Ann Thompson
Thomas Holeman, born 04 Feb 1756 in Rowan Co., NC. Married Elsa Tugman
Joseph Holeman, born 28 Oct 1813 in Watauga Co., NC. Married Jane Holsclaw
James Holeman, born 01 Mar 1841 in Ashe Co., NC. Married Mary Margaret Greer
Joseph Harrison Holeman, born 1869 in Ashe Co., NC. Married Mary Almedia Ray
David Green Holeman, born 1895 in Ashe Co., NC. Married Florence Vesta Rash

In comparing Y-DNA 67 marker results, the probability that the 4th or 5th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723 and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations Percentage
4                         2.45%
8                         23.91%
12                       57.00%
16                       81.20%
20                       93.15%
24                       97.81%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 4 from the 4th or 5th great-grandson of Thomas Holeman b 1723, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 4 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

A 63/67 or 64/67 match between two men who share the same surname (or a variant) means that they are likely to share a common ancestor within the genealogical time frame. The common ancestor is probably not extremely recent, but is likely within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe.
It is most likely that they matched 24/25, 36/37 or 37/37 on previous Y-DNA tests and mismatches are within DYS458, DYS459, DYS449, DYS464, DYS576, DYS570, and CDY

E. Possible Descendant of Thomas Holeman b. 1723 (34/37 markers "Related")
David Holman b. 1798 in North or South Carolina; d 1865 in Gwinnett Co., Georgia; m. Elizabeth, b. 1798 in North or South Carolina; d. 1890 in Gwinnett Co., Georgia
David M Holman b. 1837 Gwinnett Co., Georgia; d. 1917 Jackson Co., Georgia
William Henry Holman b. 1872, Jackson Co., Georgia; d. 1952
[Note: Isaac Holeman (1752-1834), the son of Thomas Holeman b. 1723, following the Revolutionary War, lived in South Carolina for 14 years and then Georgia from approximately 1798 to 1808. The 1830, 1840, 1850, and 1860 census for Gwinnett, Georgia lists a David Holman. The 1850 census lists his birth as North Carolina, but the 1860 census says South Carolina.]
[Note: Do not confuse this David Holman of Georgia with: 
* the David Holman, b. Aug 27, 1798 in Rowan County, North Carolina, son of Jacob and Lydia (Pinchback) Holman, and grandson of Isaac Holeman, died 1808; or
* the David Holliman, b. 1797 in Columbus, Georgia, descendant of Christopher Holyman of Isle of Wright, Virginia]

In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that the descendant of David Holman (b. 1798 in SC and d. 1865 in Gwinnett Co., Georgia) and the great-grandson of James Holman (b. 1814 in Madison Co., Kentucky) shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations     Percentage
4                     11.21%
8                     45.12%
12                   74.31%
16                   89.92%
20                   96.48%
24                   98.87%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 3 from the descendant of David Holman, b. 1798 in SC, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 3 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates. 

A 34/37 match between two men who share a common surname (or variant) means they share a common male ancestor. The relationship is likely within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe.

 

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The FamilyTreeDNA study shows that the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814, is a Y-DNA 64/67 marker match with a 5th great grandson of Elias Holeman (1759 -1827).

Name: 5th great grandson of Elias Holeman (1759 -1827)
Haplogroups††††
Y-DNA R1b1a2     Shorthand R-M269
Most Distant Ancestor 64/67 markers "Related"
Paternal Elias Holeman
Direct Descendants
1 Elias Holeman 1759 - 1827, Burlington County, NJ
+Anna ? Holeman - d @ 1828
........ 2 Joel Holeman 1783 - 1863, Mt Holly, NJ  (See 1850 Census for Burlington Co., NJ)
............ +Ann Curtis - 1860
................... 3 Nathan Holeman 1816 - 1896, Mt Holly. NJ
....................... +Armelia Jordan 1820 - 1897, Spring City, PA
............................. 4 Edwin Johnston Holman 1842 - 1925, Leavenworth, KS
................................. +Alice Magdalen Kinnear 1850 - 1924, Leavenworth, KS
........................................ 5 Chester David Holman 1891 - 1959, Portland, OR
............................................ +Helen Marie Curry 1892 - 1968, Portland, OR

In comparing Y-DNA 67 marker results, the probability that 5th great grandson of Elias Holeman (1759 -1827) and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations     Percentage
4                         20.74%
8                         64.25%
12                       88.67%
16                       97.08%
20                       99.34%
24                       99.86%


Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. 
In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 3 from 5th great grandson of Elias Holeman (1759 -1827), someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 3 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

The expected relationship between you and your Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) match is dependent on both the number of markers you have tested and the genetic distance. If you and your match have both tested at the Y-DNA67 level and are a genetic distance of three, your degree of matching is within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe. 

A 63/67 or 64/67 match between two men who share the same surname (or a variant) means that they are likely to share a common ancestor within the genealogical time frame. The common ancestor is probably not extremely recent, but is likely within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe.
It is most likely that they matched 24/25, 36/37 or 37/37 on previous Y-DNA tests and mismatches are within DYS458, DYS459, DYS449, DYS464, DYS576, DYS570, and CDY

Our assumption is that because Elias Holeman (1759 -1827) is related to three "Very Tightly Related" Holmans, he must also be related to Robert Holman, died 1709 in New Jersey. Thomas Holman (b. 1748), the son of Aaron and Ann (Story) Holman and the great grandson of Robert Holman, died 1709, had a son named Elias. Because there may have been two Elias Holmans in Burlington County, New Jersey during this time frame, how Elias Holeman (1759 -1827) is related to Robert Holman, died 1709 in New Jersey, is unknown.

 

 

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Another surprise in the FamilyTreeDNA study is that the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 is a Y-DNA 35/37 marker match with a descendant of Ralph Ammon or Amon, unknown origin, believed PA

35/37 Markers     "Related"
Haplogroups
Y-DNA R1b1a2     Shorthand R-M269

In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that a descendant of Ralph Ammon or Amon and the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 shared a common ancestor within the last...

COMPARISON CHART
Generations     Percentage
4                         29.87%
8                         69.87%
12                       89.87%
16                       97.03%
20                       99.20%
24                       99.80%

Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though the great-grandson of James Holman, born 1814 has a Genetic Distanceá of 2 from a descendant of Ralph Ammon or Amon, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 2 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates.

The expected relationship between you and your Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) match is dependent on both the number of markers you have tested and the genetic distance. If you and your match have both tested at the Y-DNA37 level and are a genetic distance of two, your degree of matching is within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe. 

A 35/37 match between two men who share a common surname (or variant) means they share a common male ancestor. The mismatch is likely within the range of most well-established surname lineages in Western Europe.
It is most likely that you matched exactly or closely on previous Y-DNA tests and the mismatch is within DYS439 or DYS385, DYS389i, 389ii, DYS458, DYS459, DYS449, DYS464, DYS576, DYS570, or CDY.

 

 

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The results of the DNA tests show that the descendant of James Holeman, born 1814: 

* Is "very tightly related" to descendant of the Daniel Holman who was born about 1787 in North Carolina, had children in Tennessee, and homesteaded in Douglas, Missouri;

* Is "very tightly related" to the descendant of the Kenneth Holeman who died in 1871 in Upperfreehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey;

* Is "related" to the descendants of Thomas Holeman, who was born about 1723 in Kent County, Maryland, lived in the Shenandoah Valley and died 10 Jan 1798 in Wilkes County, North Carolina; and

* Is "related" to the descendant of Elias Holeman 1759 - 1827, Burlington County, New Jersey

 

The DNA results for the descendant of James Holeman, b. 1814 did not match the tests results in the Holman Family DNA Project for the two descendants of "German" Holmans: Conrad Holman (born before 1730 in Germany or Switzerland and died about 1771 in Amelia Township, South Carolina) and John Wendel Hallman/Heilman (born about 1710 probably in Germany and died in South Carolina).

The DNA results for the descendant of James Holeman, b. 1814 did not match any of the tests results in the Hollyman Family DNA Project (males who are or believe they are descended from the Christopher Hollyman who resided in Isle of Wight Co., VA and died there in 1691). 

The DNA results for the descendant of James Holeman, b. 1814 did not match any of the tests results in the Family DNA Project for Hagelman, Hailman, Hallman, Halman, Heilman, Heilmann, Helman, Heylman, Heylmann, Hileman, Hilemann, Hilleman, Hillemann, Hillman surnames.

 

 

 

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