Go to: worldfamilies.net/surnames/g/gay/results.html (add www. in front)
see group #1 results regarding G-3 and G-10.
These two individuals' (descendants) have identical markers to the 25th marker.
Descendant of G-3 is presently having their marker tested out to the 37th place, so it can be further compared to other results on the page of the other groups also.
25th Marker Exact Match
Eddie A. Gay (known descendant of Barnabas Chesley Gay) was tested for Y chromosome to the 25th marker, and results are an exact match to my distant cousin, who I asked to get tested a few months back.
Eddie Gay shows an email of : Aud2777 at aol.com
as a contact, However, we have not been able to contact Audrey Conner, through such email given.
These two (below)G-3 and G-10 ancestors have a 94% chance of a common male ancestor in the last 12 generations, you can see the likelihood percentages are high even in the last 8 generations ( 85%)which is why we are trying to contact Ms. Connor or Eddie Gay:
G-3 Charles Gay, b. 1776, Henrico Co., VA
G-10 Barnabus Chesley Gay b. 1808, Jefferson Co., GA
In comparing 25 markers, the probability that my cousin Tom Gay and Eddie A. Gay shared a common ancestor within the last...
4 generations is 61.17%
8 generations is 84.92%
12 generations is 94.15%
We want to know how far Eddie Gay is from Broward Gay below in generations:
Barnabas Chesley Gay, b. 1808 Jefferson Co. GA, -
Lewis F Gay, b. 1840 Jefferson Co., GA,
Jesse Elonzo Gay, b. 1872 Providence, Bradford Co, FL,
Broward Osborn Gay,b1905,Providence,Bradford Co, FL,
Tom (results shown as G-3 is my cousin) is 6 generations from Charles b 1776:
1) Charles Gay, b. 1776, Henrico Co., VA
2) David Gay, b. 1809, Henrico Co VA,
3) William E Gay, b. 1838 Pointe Coupee Parish, LA
4) Charles Edward Gay, b. 1872 LA, d. 1941 LA
5) son of Charles Edward Gay
6) Tom Gay ( grandson of Charles E.)
I am related to Charles (b 1776) through descent from another son, Martin Baker Gay, brother of David Gay.
I will post clarification on Tom's father if needed.