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Richard Stewart’s DNA Results

Richard Stewart
(Shawnee or Cherokee Descendant)

My name is Richard Stewart.  I have had several ethnicity DNA tests done, but I find myself less than satisfied with the results.  I will attempt to find other test results in my archived mail.  My first DNA test showed 8% NA but came out East Asian as is often the case.

Another test showed three NA matches out of a total of 20.  Below is the last test I’ve taken.  This was done in part to determine a baseline for Melungeons.  I do not strongly identify as a Melungeon.  I was born and raised in southern West Virginia believing I am Scots-Irish and English as is the case with most people.  We did believe we had some Native American ancestry. This was not the case obviously. If I cannot locate other tests, I will attempt to obtain copies.  One test showed NA from both my parents through Hispanic connections.  I keep hoping for a more refined DNA test to be made available.  My tests were done by Don Panther Yates at dnaconsultants.com and one from Family Tree with my yDNA.  The latter showed only European matches but did seem consistent with my other tests as far as European matches.

Rick Stewart

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DNA Results Showing Mixture of Melungeon

Melungeon (n = 40) 1.63E+13
Slovenian (n = 193) 1.75E+14
Polish – Podlasie  (n = 842) 2.39E+14
Belarusian – Northeastern Poland (n = 212) 2.42E+14
Polish (n = 870) 2.52E+14
Polish – Southeastern (n = 714) 2.79E+14
White – U.S. (n = 302) 2.86E+14
Polish – Podlasie (Northeast) (n = 413) 3.06E+14
Libyan (n = 103) 3.1E+14
White – North Carolina (n = 372) 3.15E+14
Turkish (n = 198) 3.16E+14
Polish – (n = 412) 3.20E+14
Portuguese – Madeira (n=100) 3.31E+14
Belarusian (n = 176) 3.39E+14
Egyptian Copts – Adaima (n = 100) 3.46E+14
Romanian – Transylvanian – Csango (n = 220) 3.58E+14
Yemeni (n = 101) 3.65E+14
Polish – Northern  (n = 145) 3.80E+14
Polish (n = 125) 4.02E+14
French 4.39E+14
Bosnian (n = 210) 4.43E+14
German 4.50E+14
White – Canadian (n = 164) 4.52E+14
White – Canadian (n = 293) 4.62E+14
White – Florida (n = 117) 4.63E+14
White – Minnesota (n = 160) 4.7E+14
Belgian – Flanders [Dutch-speaking] (n =222) 4.74E+14
Greek (n = 205) 4.80E+14
Swedish 4.89E+14
Polish (n = 136) 4.94E+14
White – Florida (n = 123) 4.96E+14
Norwegian (n = 1,380) 5.46E+14
Polish (n = 430) 5.49E+14
White – U.S. (n = 3,915) 5.79E+14
Belgian – Flemish  (n = 231) 5.81E+14
Australian – Western  (n = 2645) 5.83E+14
White – U.S. (n = 102) 5.92E+14
Italian (n = 1,541) 6.16E+14
Saudi Arabian (n = 73) 6.54E+14
White – Kentucky (n = 349) 6.65E+14
Black – U.S. (n = 258) 6.78E+14
White – U.S. (n = 172) 7.02E+14
White – California (n = 75) 7.51E+14
Iraqi (n = 103) 7.68E+14
Native American – Michigan (n = 29) 7.81E+14
Brazilian – Rio de Janeiro  (n = 300) 7.85E+14
Northern Australian – White (n = 4,850) 7.91E+14
Black – Kentucky (n = 357) 8.08E+14
White – Virginia (n = 174) 8.18E+14
Spanish – Andalusian (n = 100) 8.29E+14
White – Michigan (n = 80) 8.49E+14
Spanish – Extremadura  (n = 143) 8.96E+14
Spanish – Canary Islands (n = 240) 9.01E+14
White – Virginia (n = 99) 9.04E+14
Romanian – Transylvania/Banat (n = 219) 9.26E+14
Serbian (n = 200) 9.55E+14
Portuguese – Northern (n = 200) 9.58E+14
Greek – Northern (n = 318) 9.69E+14
Moroccan  (n = 205) 9.72E+14
White – Swiss (n = 206) 9.72E+14
Portuguese – Porto region (n = 39) 9.77E+14
Spanish – White – Northeast (n = 204) 9.81E+14
Italian – Piedmont (n = 147) 9.82E+14
Brazilian (n = 397) 9.94E+14
Moroccan Berber – Bouhria (n = 104) 9.96E+14
White – U.S (n = 200) 1.02E+15
Arab – Dubai  (n=200) 1.04E+15
Italian – Tuscany (n = 188) 1.07E+15
Greek Cypriot (n = 1475) 1.08E+15
White – Connecticut (n = 179) 1.08E+15
Spanish – White (n = 342) 1.1E+15
Iranian (n = 93) 1.10E+15
India – Northeastern – Bihar – Brahmin (n = 59) 1.12E+15
Brazilian – Belem Amazonians (n = 325) 1.13E+15
Hungarian – Ashkenazim (n = 178) 1.14E+15
Hispanic – Arizona (n = 117) 1.20E+15
Native American – Florida (n = 105) 1.21E+15
Brazilian – Mato Grosso do Sul (n = 158) 1.21E+15
Brazilian (n = 18,233) 1.22E+15
Serbian – Serbia / Vojvodina / Montenegro (n = 100) 1.23E+15
Iberian Peninsula – Basque country (n = 248) 1.25E+15
Guinea-Bassau (n = 100) 1.31E+15
Brazilian – Santa Catarina  (n = 160) 1.32E+15
British 1.32E+15
South African – European – Capetown (n = 98) 1.34E+15
Black – Illinois (n = 78) 1.34E+15
Puerto Rican – Massachusetts (n = 205) 1.35E+15
Dubai (n = 73) 1.38E+15
Belgian (n = 198) 1.38E+15
Albanian – Kosovo  (n = 136) 1.43E+15
Hispanic – Connecticut (n = 187) 1.46E+15
Turkish (n = 500) 1.54E+15
Italian (n = 223) 1.54E+15
Brazilian – White (n = 100) 1.54E+15
Argentinian – Buenos Aires  (n = 143) 1.55E+15
North African – Maghreb (n = 59) 1.70E+15
Croatian (n = 105) 1.71E+15
Black – U.S.  (n = 105) 1.75E+15
Aboriginal – Western Australian (n = 659) 1.79E+15
Portuguese – Northern  (n = 250) 1.85E+15

Surnames:
Stewart,

Topics:
Cherokee, Shawnee,

Collection:
Thornton, Richard. The Appalachian Colonists from the Mediterranean Basin. Digital Rights Copyright 2013 by AccessGenealogy.com.

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