Compiled and written by Kimberli Faulkner Hull
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Y-DNA testing is associated the a male’s patrilineal line, also called the surname line, because it runs along that lineage of the pedigree chart: a male’s father, his father’s father, his father’s father, and so on. Want to learn more? Read “Understanding Y-DNA testing.” and “Using your Y-DNA results.”
For Savage males that test, as of February 2022, the Family Tree DNA Savage Y-DNA project had 363 members.
Kimberli Faulkner Hull atDNA matches
Generation 5: Jennette “Jane” Savage Thomas
Jennette “Jane” Savage > Julia Ann Thomas > William Walker Phillis > Evelyn Lee Phillis > Kimberli Faulkner Hull.
Children of Jennette “Jane” Savage Thomas with possible known non-direct line descendant atDNA matches: Samuel H., William P., Mary M.
Jane Savage > Samuel H Thomas > Jennie Florence Thomas > Ava Gertrude Urban > Mary Jane Smith > Ancestry match. 3rd cousin 1x removed. 44 cM across 4 segments.
Jane Savage > William P Thomas > Merrill Annis Thomas > living descendant > Ancestry match.
18 cM across 3 segments
Jane Savage > William P Thomas > Merrill A Thomas > Betty Pauline Thomas > Ancestry match.
3rd cousin. 22 cM across 2 segments
* Bettinger Shared cM Project 4.0, v.4 used to validate DNA match cM with relationship (example: the cM for a 1st cousin 2 X removed should fall in the range of 33-471, with an average of 221).
Citing this page: Kimberli Faulkner Hull, author and compiler, “Savage DNA” Cool Adventures
( https://cooladventures.com/genealogy/savage-dna/: posted 2022).