Eustace Families Association

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Eustace Y-Chromosome DNA Project

The chart is a comparison of DYS numbers on six participants in the Eustace Families Association (EFA) DNA project who are close or identical matches using a 16 marker test from GFI Inc. The GFI readings are those that begin with EY; for example EY03. These numbers are compared with results from  Family Tree DNA which are shown as numbers only; i.e; 192538.  Thus EY03 and 192538 are the same person, the difference being that the Family Tree DNA test uses 37 markers while GFI uses 16. Both companies use the same markers on 15 aleles. These individuals are (or will be) plotted on a total of 39 DYS markers when combining GFI Inc. and Family Tree DNA results.    (Updated by Ronald F. Eustice on March 2, 2012)                                        

Marker

Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant

DYS#

EY03

192538

EY11 192536 EY75

192540

EY127

192537

EY13

204217

 EY64

204216

456

16

16

15 15 16

 16

16

 16

15

15 

16  

389-I

13

13

13

13

13

 13

13

 13

13

13

13

13

390

25

25

25

25

25

 25

25

 25

25

25 

25

25

389-II

30

30

30

30

30

 30

30

 30

30

30

30

30

458

15

15

15

15

15

 15

15

15

15

15 

15

 

19

15

15

15

15

15

 15

15

 15

15

15 

15

15

385I(a)

11

11

11

11

11

 11

11

 11

11

11

11

11

385II(b)

14

14

14

14

14

 14

14

 14

14

14 

14

14

393

13

13

13

13

13

 13

13

 13

13

13

13

13

391

11

11

11

11

11

 11

11

 11

11

11

11

11

635

26

---

25

---

25

 ---

25

 ---

25

 ---

25

---

439

11

11

11

11

11

 11

11

 11

11

11

11

11

392

11

11

11

11

11

 11

11

 11

11

11 

11

11

437

14

14

14

14

14

 14

14

 14

14

 14

14

 

438

11

11

11

11

11

 11

11

 11

11

 11

11

 

448

20

20

20

20

20

 20

20

 20

20

 20

20

 

YGATAH41

12 --- 12 --- 12

 ---

12

 ---

12

 ---

12 ---

426

---

12

---

12

---

 12

---

 12

---

12

 

12

388

---

12

---

12

---

 12

---

 12

---

12

 

12

459a

---

9

---

9

---

 9

---

 9

---

9

 

 

459b

---

10

---

10

---

 10

---

 10

---

10

 

 

455

---

9

---

11

---

 11

---

 11

---

11

 

 

454

---

12

---

12

---

 12

---

 12

---

12

 

 

447

---

24

---

24

---

 24

---

 24

---

24

 

 

449

---

32

---

32

---

 32

---

  32 

---

32

 

 

464a

---

12

---

12

---

 12

---

 12

---

12

 

 

464b

---

15

---

15

---

 15

---

 15

---

15

 

 

464c

---

15

---

15

---

 15

---

 15

---

15

 

 

464d

---

17

---

17

---

 17

---

 17

---

17

 

 

460

---

11

---

11

---

 11

---

 11

---

11

 

 

GATAH4

---

11

---

11

---

 11

---

 11

---

11

 

 

YCAIIa

---

19

---

19

---

 19

---

 19

---

19

 

 

YCAIIb

---

23

---

23

---

 23

---

 23

---

23

 

 

607

---

16

---

16

---

 16

---

  16 

---

16

 

 

576

---

21

---

19

---

 20

---

 20

---

20

 

 

570

---

20

---

17

---

 17

---

 17

---

17

 

 

CDYa

---

32

---

32

---

 32

---

 32

---

32

 

 

CDYb

---

39

---

39

---

 37

---

 39

---

37

 

 

442

---

12

---

 12

---

 12

---

 12

---

 12

 

 

Earliest known
Eustace
paternal ancestor

John Eustace
(1834-1918)
Farmer,
Kiltumper,
(Kilrush)
County Clare

James Eustace (c.1797-1855)
Farmer,
Ballymahon,
Co. Longford
;
Died: March 27, 1855,
Mapleton, Wisconsin

Robert FitzEustace
of Castlemartin
(alive in 1330)
Lord Treasurer
of Ireland

1327-1330

Oliver Eustace
(c. 1815-1901) Farmer,
Knockbawn
,
Manor Kilbride,
County Wicklow
;
Died
: 7 Feb. 1901,
Knockbawn, Manor Kilbride

Luke Eustace
(c. 1794-1874)
Farmer,
Ballymahon,
Co. Longford
Died: June 26, 1874,
Ballymahon,
County
Longford

 Edward Eustace
(c.1798-1868) 
Farmer,
Togher, Coole, Rhode,
County Offaly
Died: 3 Dec. 1868,
Togher, Co. Offaly

Origin

County Clare

County Longford

Robertstown County Kildare

County Wicklow

County Longford

 County Offaly

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