Crozier DNA

Steel Bonnets In Debatatable Lands with George Macdonald Fraser and Eric Robson

How family members are being successful at family history; 

Brigham ‘This is the Place’ genealogy with DNA applied

The family knows best.
Listen to others, especially of the opposite sex, to make family.
Do not in a family search, get rid of the in-laws, though you may want to.
Families fight, and likely not just one answer is correct, in the history.
If the family’s history is done properly one does not get to pick their ancestors.
THE FAMILY KNOWS BEST.
When a person lets say MrX, on FTDNA MrX surname blog, says something about his family tree, and MZ says he is a liar, because MZ administrates the FTDNA blog, who is most likely correct MrX or MZ?
LISTEN TO OTHERS, ESPECIALLY OF THE OPPSOITE SEX, TO MAKE FAMILY.
People need another point of view, and the family tree can not exist without males and females, because that is what it takes to make a family tree.
DO NOT IN A FAMILY SEARCH, GET RID OF THE IN-LAWS, THOUGH YOU MAY WANT TO.
For instance the males carry the Y-DNA. To put a female MZ, in charge of FTDNA blogs MrA-MrY, with the power of kicking people out of the blog anyone she likes to is that genealogy or Corporate Profit Making?
Can a person be kicked out of their family tree?
FAMILIES FIGHT, AND LIKELY NOT JUST ONE ANSWER IS CORRECT, IN THE HISTORY.
Say two people of the same family have a disagreement on a point. One of the two researchers the other person’s position, and find it to be correct also. The other does not. Who has gained knowledge of the family tree, and is acting in the manner of a true family historian/genealogist?
IF THE FAMILY’S HISTORY IS DONE PROPERLY ONE DOES NOT GET TO PICK THEIR ANCESTORS.
Needs no commit.
Family History as opposed to History, to identify individuals, has to utilize more documentation on the subject manner then History alone. When one goes back thirty generations, that generational line mathematically has more than a billion autosomal DNA ancestors, but only one female mtDNA ancestor, and one male Y-DNA ancestor, which all it takes to produce the next generation. For me to be kicked off of FTDNA blogs shows that FTDNA is a corporate money making machine and does not care anything about families except in profit dollars, for putting they say to much online. It is minute, in amount, it is the others which are not putting enough online which is where the complaint should be made.

Muirhall Hermitage Castle wind farm

Crozier DNA (Family Tree)

Border Reivers FTDNA

 

Surnames;
Crazier, Crizer, Crosair, Crosare, Croser, Crosier, Crosir, Crosnier, Crossar, Crosser, Croysar, Croyser, Crozer, Crozier, plus others C…

Contact;

Alasdair Macdonald <alasdair@familytreedna.com>

Group Administrator    for more information.

Crozier DNA chart

 

MSE  1/7/2016

Crosier/Crozier Surname DNA Project – mtDNA Test Results for Members

CROSIER, Frank’s Genealogy Page link

MSE  1/15/2018

https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Crozier?iframe=yresults

Report on A1 Clade / R-L193

Includes research by James V. Elliott who was a major instrument in setting up the Border Reivers DNA site.

A Cosar/Crozier lived close to Ellot/Elliot in the valley of the Liddel (Little) above the Hermitage Water, in toun/town/ton of Riccarton, Hudshouse, Larriston, Hueghhouse, Thorsliehope, and Prickenhaugh. Glendinning, and Little with Ellot/Elliot live in the Valleys of the Meikledale and Glendinning Waters off the Liddel, of a R-L193 Y-DNA grouping.

note; The Elliots of Thorlieshope seem to have been located at Meikledale,… so this makes the Elliots of Larriston-Thorlieshope region of the high Liddel, both sides Scotland, of the same as the Elliots of the Glendinning-Meikledale region north of the lower Liddel on the Scottish side of the border.

 

Glendendenning a name associated with my family the Elliott of Mt Ayr (from Ayr, Scotland of Robert Burns), Iowa, USA.

The Elliott and Glenndinning are still good friends and strongly associated in Mt Ayr, Iowa, USA.

Clendinning Glendinning Glendenning R-L193 mainly Scotland;

It is said that the Elliot which lived among the Glendinning (variants) R-L193 of Glendinning River, Scotland are related to those which lived in the Riccarton-Hudshouse Crozier/Thorsliehope-Larriston-Elliot region on the Liddel Water.

http://named.publicprofiler.org/

CROZET of France;

http://www.geopatronyme.com/cgi-bin/carte/nomcarte.cgi?nom=Crozet&x=0&y=0

http://worldnames.publicprofiler.org

7/19/2018 MSE

KAYSER;

https://www.familytreedna.com/public/HungarianBukovinaSurnames?iframe=yresults

Vater Loren Spencer Elliott, der Elliott sind R-U106, und die Spencer sind R-L48. Y-DNA geht hauptsächlich nach Sprache. Mamas Vater ungarischer Name Barna, sprach Slawisch Deutsch, Linie von Österreich. Es wird angenommen, dass Sie aus einer Region Österreich sind, vielleicht.

Es ist wahrscheinlich, dass Ihre Y-DNA aus Siebenbürgen stammt. Es sieht aus wie mit meinen.

Käser (Kayser-Keiser), Name ist wahrscheinlich beruflich.

Der Nachname Joos wird als deutscher Familienname gefunden.

For Crose; I-M223 admixture to R-U106 Elwald

William (of Tudela) , Guilhem (of Tudela) , Claude Charles Fauriel – 1837

Simon the Saxon (Simo lo Saine), Knight Crusader, c. 1 145. Simonet of Cairo ( Simonetz del Cairo), Knight Crusader. His death, y. 84o5. Soissons (the count of) ( lo Coms de Sisco), Raoul de Nesle, III * of the name, brings to the Crusaders an army  …

 

PoBI Viking settlement in England by Jane Kershaw & Ellen C. Røyrvik PDF

Elwald  Y-DNA SNP FTDNA # 101829, Yseq # 4069 M269> U106> S12025> FGC12040> S16361

Dalgliesh;

http://named.publicprofiler.org/

R-P312/S116 > Z290 > L21/S145 > DF13 > ZZ10 > Z253 > Z2534 > ZZ5 > Z2185 > BY44331 > Z2186 > L1066 > BY411

*The Death of Parcy Reed (Crozier)

The Crozier, and the Reed seem to know each other.

10/29/2018 MSE

Lytz Nachname;

In Deutschland wurde der Name Lytz wahrscheinlich in Lietz geändert. Mit dem Nachnamen Lytzen aus Dänemark und der Lage ähnlicher Nachnamen in Nordostdeutschland und Y-DNA ist es bezeichnend, dass der Name aus Norddeutschland in der Nähe von Dänemark stammt.

https://forebears.io/surnames

Wilson from Hawick (Haik)

 

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Langtree,+Torrington+EX38+8NG,+UK/@50.4098822,-4.3375993,6.96z/

Mallett could be related the southern France de/of Aliot name.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salisbury,+UK/@49.6615499,-2.0989903,6.98z/

11/13/2018 MSE

https://www.familytreedna.com/public/fairbairn?iframe=ycolorized

https://named.publicprofiler.org/

11/10/2019 MSE