SIMON HOYT/E DNA PAGE
(Newly found study & pdf & links on Russian Journal of Genetic
Genealogy 2010 on our Simon Hoyt E1b1b1cia (E-M43) on Ancient Levant Peoples.
(Added DNA Search Sites & made some changes to my I.O.G.G.s Classification
of: E1b1b1b2a1 M34 / PF2022)
(Added a new theory on Migration of the Arabian Clusters of E Group M-34 or E1b1b1c1a 7/8 down page - Russian Geno Results)
(Added new tests for the FTDNA section, autosomal cousin testing info link)
(Added the meaning of Bedraoui to the y-dna markers that match or close to the Dimon Hoyt markers)
(Added another test change in Haplo-group E & Added New I.S. O.G.G. link)
(Added a great link to Haplo-group E and haplotype mapping)
(Link of Description of Simon Hoyt Lineage of E1b1b1c1 Haplo)
(Added ysearch.org (FTDNA) Maternal Surnames Search of y-dna findings link)
(Added link to Nat. Geo. Genographic Project Website)
(Added link to www.familytreedna.com E1b1b1c1, E-M35 Project, and fixed broken links)
(Added info on 3 distinct Hoyt's, from y-dna test results of Hoyt's, at top)
(Added Other surnames matching Hoyt markers & Haplogroup of E1b1b1c1)
Added Hoyt Orthography, meaning pages from the Hoyt Book of 1871)
(Added Map of Y-Chromosomes & explanation of our Haplogroup)
(Added New class of 'our Hoyt/e's Haplogroup, E1b1b1c1)
(Added New Link on Haplogroup Study in E3b a Report on Roman Settlements in Britain & Wales, just below)
(Added the John Hoyt, Hoit Line link, just below)
(Added Hoyt Traits Photo Slideshow & collage image)
(Added Haight Lineages all test positive for Simon Hoyt/e lineage)
(Addition of SNP Deep Test for Our Simon Hoyt/e Haplogroup E3b3a *now E1b1b1c1 (March-2008), & Description)
(added 1086 Doomsday Book Translations of Somerset Co., UK)
There are now 3 DISTINCT HOYT LINES BY Y-DNA TESTING, so far?
Simon (E), John (R), Stephen (I),
***NEWLY FOUND STUDY (Apr. 11, 2010) ARTICLE***
Modern carriers of haplogroup E1b1b1c1 (M34) are the descendants of the ancient Levantines, 7000 yrs. ago.
Middle East Syria & Palestine E1b1b1c1(A) went into Europe, some 3500 yrs. ago.
The Russian Journal of Gentic Genealogy (.pdf file)
* Note = (See below near bottom for another Article of same links)
My line, which has tested to be of the Simon
Hoyte line, my
y-dna tested (E1b1b1c1a) is in this website, See link below.
NEW Simon Hoyt/e Family Tree Pedigree Index 33,000+
Here's the Gary Hoyte (Stephen) line
from Wayford to Creed, UK
Gary's lineage is listed in my Hoyt Family Tree Chart at link: http://www.simonhoyt.com/h-linage/g295.html#I5915 , Gary's y-dna (I2a),
has been dis-connected from the Simon Hoyte tree branche.
Gary's earliet Hoyte is Stephen Hoite, Hoyte birt: Abt 1612 plac: Wayford,Somerset,England (up 3 pages) from link above...
Here is his Creed Hoyte's Family (.pdf) file, & Samuel Henry Hoyt04-28-06.ged
The HHH Book of 1871, Orthography of Simon Hoyte E3b (2601),& Origin, (not of German anglo-saxon, but Pre-Saxon).
(While John Hoyt/Hite (1), of Salisbury, with a
seems to be of European-Anglo-Saxon Blood, from Germanic, Dutch ancestry)
(*Note-The above paragraph from the HHH Book of 1871, is false,
as y-dna & haplogrouping shows we are not of European & Germanic blood
a New Report on Early Roman Settlements in Britain-Wales Haplogroup E3b Report,
Very Interesting reading on Roman Settlements, 2/3rds down report pgs 12-19, pg 17-a Germanic source)
*** MY HOYT DNA IS OF SIMON HOYT BRANCH FAMILIES ***
SIMON HOYT/E FAMILIES TESTED Y-DNA WEB PAGE
(Haight Lineages, all have tested positive for Simon Hoyt/e markers and haplogroup. View smgf.org & y-search.org sites-jeh)
The E1b1b1c1 (M34) subclade is found primarily in East Africa and the Middle East. It appears to be the major derivative of the E1b1b1c (M123) subclade described above. The E1b1b1c1a/M84 subclade likely arose in the Middle East and back migrated into Africa. In Africa it is highest in Ethiopia (23%).
It was noted at moderate frequencies (5-20%) in Jewish populations
(Ashkenazi, Ethiopian, Libyan and Yemeni) in Israel, providing additional
evidence for a link between the Middle East and North Africa. The
E1b1b1c1/M34 subclade is also present in Anatolia, Iberia, Sardinia
and Crete (frequencies hovering at 5%).
Other DNA databases for Searching and Adding your DNA markers to sites Below
SMGF -Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation
Member = HOYT GROUP
Member = Haplogroup E1b1b
Other Surnames matching our y-dna Markers & Haplogroup
Doan (Scotland-England) - 90% M.C.R.A. 24 Generations (+500 years out)
Landsborough (Scotland) - 97% M.C.R.A. 24 Generations (+500 years out)
*Bedraoui (Morocco) - +86% M.C.R.A. 56 Generations (+1,000 years out)
* (Badr Addaoui became Bedraoui / wich means in arabic, "The
bright moon", "Light moon",
"Clear moon" because of the high level of knowlege the family allways had. In those years (150 years ago??)
in Fez, Morocco, to be able to read and write was exeptional! Didine Bedraoui).
* M.C.R.A. - Most Common Recent Ancestor - Source: familytreedna.com
HITE-HOYT's USE "FTDNA" FOR TESTING
Hite Family Association Tree DNA Project site link - (old 2004 site! New Site directly below 2008)
My Timothy Hoyt is Link #7; on RESULTS TABLE
(Shown in Color)
I am "4C", of Simon Hoyt Branch, with Link of #23;
& to Link #37 with Haplogrouping E3b.(E1b1b1c1a)
FTDNA Project HITE-HOYT of 2008: (My Kit# 2449 is last one in Simon Hoyte section)
for surname comparisions on the Haplogroup, go to link below:
***NEW to FTDNA 2012***
Autosomal tests "FAMILY
FINDER" to 5th cousins (Click the "see more.."
My Hoyt testing is under heading of "Simon Hoyt" near bottom. #74, Kit 2449
View 02-27-03 Family Tree DNA Newsletter to better understand a Haplogroup
E3b (now E1b1b) in 1500 A.D. World Map (taken from www.wikipedia.com)
E1b1b, (E3b) which is at once the most common Y haplogroup among Ethiopians, Somalis, Eritreans and North African Berbers and Arabs, is also the third most frequently observed Y chromosome haplogroup in Europe. E1b1b has three common subclades: M78, M81, and M34.
M78 is found throughout North and Northeast Africa, as well as the Near East and Europe. Its network shows high geographic structuring. The a cluster is particular to Europe, where it is highest in the Balkans. It enjoys frequencies of about 31.6% among Greeks with a frequency of about 47% in the Peloponnese region of Greece, about 25% among Albanians at large with a frequency of 46% among Albanians in Kosovo, and frequencies of about 20% in some South Slavic populations (Serbs, Macedonians, Bulgarians). Among Jews both in Europe and the Middle East, E1b1b is the second most common Y haplogroup after J.. A ß and a ? cluster are particular to North and Northeast Africa, respectively. A fourth, d, cluster is found in all regions albeit at low frequencies. Cruciani suggests that it was the d cluster that spread M78 throughout North and Northeast Africa, the Near East and later Europe, c. 14 KYA. It was only during later population expansions bearing the a, ß and ? clusters (which diverged from the d cluster) that led to E1b1b's current high frequency.
In Northeast Africa, the subclade M34 appears to be restricted to Ethiopia. However, M34 chromosomes have been found in a large majority of the populations from the Near East. M34 chromosomes from Ethiopia show lower variances than those from the Near East and appear closely related in the M34 network. Thus, it is assumed that M34 chromosomes were introduced into Ethiopia from the Near East.
M81, the other major subclade of E1b1b, is heavily concentrated in North Africa among both the Berber and Arab populations of that region. M81 is also found, albeit at low frequencies of 1.6-4%, in Iberia. Cruciani attributes its presence in Iberia to a recent migration of M81 carrying peoples from the Maghreb, perhaps coinciding with the Islamic conquest of Spain.
Scholars such as Hammer et al. and Semino et al. have linked the spread
of E1b1b into Europe to an ancient migration from East Africa mediated
through North African and Middle Eastern farmers during the Neolithic
period. However, given the predominance of a cluster of subclade M78
in Europe, Cruciani concluded that it was spread through Europe via
peoples indigenous to Southeastern Europe, perhaps in response to the
arrival of Neolithic farming by way of cultural contact with the Near
East. In turn, it originally arrived into Europe, perhaps, directly
from North or Northeast Africa. Thus, its distribution is not simply
due to a process of uniform spread of people from a single Near Eastern
origin, but rather a series of distinct migrations.
Paper: Origin, Diffussion, and Differentiations of the
Important sections explains our E3b haplogroup; origin & time, YCC - E: (3)M35 & (b)M123
Table 1: Origin & Groups Page 6 & Scatter Graph M35 & M123 = Near East, Ethiopia, Europe Page 8
In the genealogy of the Y chromosome there is a single trunk;
this trunk divides into two limbs, one limb is haplogroup "A"
and the other limb includes the haplogroups "B-C-F and
E/D." Limb "B-C-F and E/D" divides into two branches;
one branch is haplogroup "B" and the other branch
is "C-F-E/D." Branch "C-F-E/D" divides into
three haplogroups: "C", "F", and "E/D".
NEW Simon Hoyt/e Haplogroup Test SNP Deep Testing November 2006 Results;
E3b to E3b3a to E1b1b1c1a= Near East & Ethiopia area origins
No description of the E3b3a haplotype was given in the paper by Cruciani et al.
Only two individuals (from Bulgaria and from Central Asia) have been seen who had the M123 mutation, but did not have the M34 mutation. The E3b3a sub-group defined by M136 has only been seen in two individuals from Pakistan/India.
Another Surname with "E3b3a" haplotype is Dolgoff, in USA, from Ukraine, Rus
* WORTH NOTING: Saving you time in dna searches, of further Genetic Haplogroup Origins of the Hoyt Surname variants, compared to Hite, Hyde, Hood, Holt/e, Hurd, Herd, Heard, Hayden, Heydn; all previous surnanmes shows that these surnames are usually, 90-100% of R1b1 or R1a, of European Origins, so when you do surname searches, always look for their Haplogoup Origin. Some Hoyte's have the R1a Haplotype marker currently living near Creed, UK, see Gary Hoyte Lineage at "england.html" page or find his Family Tree here at: http://www.simonhoyt.com/h-linage/g295.html#I5915 , his y-dna test shows that he is NOT related to either Simon or John Hoyt, also with R1a of 1600's America, while our Simon Hoyt/e Lineage has the distiction of being rare in European Countries E3b, E3b3a, E3b3a *now E1b1b1c1 (March-2008), etc.
So when doing y-dna searches, and you see the close marker hits, this does not mean that they are of close ancestry, as the Halpogruop Origins, can be completely opposite, even though they seem close, especially at the www.smgf.org site.
It is wise to stay within your surnames direct name variants listed; such as Hoyt, being Hoyte/ Haight, Hight, etc.unless you know specifically, and have documentation. Otherwise, you will be forced to compare your variant surname to find their Origins Haplogoup (R1b, E3b, J2, etc), to be sure that they may be a possible 10-15 generation relative MRCA by Origin Haplogroup, with a Y chromosome Allelle marker differences totaling of 1-2 in 12 & 25 markers.
The JOHN HOYT/HITE Lineage contains Origin Haplogroup of R1a.
LOOKING FOR TIMOTHY HOYT & SIMON HOYT DESCENDANTS
Their are separate HOLT & HIETT & HYATT Studies ongoing.
The Hoyt Study is under "Hite-Hoyt" project...
Gary Hoyte, of Moulsford, UK - (I2a)
Gary's lineage is listed in my Hoyt Family Tree Chart at link:
, but has been dis-connected from the Simon Hoyte tree branches.
*SMGF has one of
the largest collection of DNA database and uses LDS databases for compararive
Family Tree's for
nearest relative based one LDS databases and your DNA markers.
This website results
of 12 to 25 to 36 markers, and gives you links to the LDS database
of closest rerlative
and graphs for timelines and surname and country references.
If you already have DNA markers completed,
you can fill in the marker search page,
otherwise you can fill out online
form for a FREE
test kit, but the results will NOT
be mailed back to you, it will be entered into the database for all to use & view.
SMGF FINDINGS & MY FOLLOW-UP RESEARCH
( After doing parish search records and with the recent UK phone searches,
I feel that the Hoyt name in England may have
migrated to another surname spelling of like pronounciation of the above 2-3 surnames. Only DNA matching could prove of where the Hoyt
in England are today. A Y-DNA Chromosome search from one of us here sent to UK might be helpful.
For example, there are only 3-4 Hoyt's in London to Dorset & Dorchester areas, and Zero Hayt's, 1 Haight in London areas, & 1 Hoit in Dorset )
Sites in UK that does Genealogy testing Y-DNA are:
http://www.DNAHeritage.com in Dorset offer a 43 marker Y-DNA test, the most accurate on the market.
http://www.OxfordAncestors.com based in Abingdon offer 10 marker Y-DNA tests as well as mtDNA tests.
http://www.oxfordancestors.com/members/ and login as 'guest'). There are a number of online forums on both Y and mt-DNA testing. Anyone who gets a match at OA will inevitably need to pursue the match with extra testing at one of the other companies. Worth looking at but probably not a first choice for genealogists.
Search Engines for 'Y-dna chromosone' & 'Haplogroup' closet relations are at links:
International Society of Genetic Genealogy
I.O.G.G. 2014 Changes in HAPLOGROUP "E"
E-M34) *now Author's Haplogroup - E1b1b1c1a (December-2009) // E1b1b1b2a1 2014 - M34 / PF2022
HUMAN RACE ARCHIVES - ARCHEALOGY-ANTHROPOLGY -
ARTICLES - DNA - HUMAN CALCULATOR - LINKS & MORE
'SIMON HOYT' BRANCH
MIGRATION from ASIA-MIDDLE EAST-N.AFRICA-EUROPE-SPAIN
to ENGLAND & to AMERICA to CT, NY, MI, OH, WA
& OTHER STATES
(1. List of Hoyt Names & Dates & Where they live/d)
(2. Map of what HoytNames whom lived where in CT-NY-MI-OH-WA-CA)
(3. Timeline Table #1- Imigration in MI & to Other States)
(4.NEW Hoyt US Map & Hoyt World Migration Map & Possible Routes
Jane Stoodley m. Simon Hoyt/e Connection to the Hawkchurch, Dorset, UK - Stoodley's
Go to Link above & Read insert at bottom of Page
(If above link does not work - Click Here for my own sites page on above item)
As of 01/30/06, New recent DNA searches of close realtion to 'our' Simon Hoyt branch, with findings in several Y-dna search engines, has given a new World picture, of possible relation in bloodlines, of current individuals from many different surnames, examples are: Heydt, from Germany, Hiett, & Hiatt from England, Ivey descendant from Somerset Co., England, just to name a few.
The recent DNA Hite/Hoyt study also states that it is likely from the findings, that the Hoyt's in England, were not there much more then a few centuries, before the 2 migrated to America, so we are talking that possibly we are talking of the 2 different Hoyt's, coming to the British Isles perhaps in the 12th century.
The possible scenerio's for thr Hoyt migration routes and when are propsed after much researching.
Below are 4 examples of possible Migration Routes of the Hoyt's
into England. Other routes from Middle East came later during the
Crusades 11-1300 A.D. View below Reference numbers.
+15. This seems most plausible theory of Hoyt Y-dna Haplogroup Migration to England; of the Scythian or Ancient Iranian peoples, and of the travels to Egypt, and out of Egypt, at time of Israelites & Moses & Ramses I, were crossing the Red Sea, as well as, giving substance to Y-dna haplogroup of Simon Hoyt being of E3b, with having Global traces in the Ukrainian to Senegal to Spain & Portugal, and Irish & finally, England, and into America, leaving the E3b Y-dna tracts.
History of Briton
Scythia was an area in Eurasia inhabited in ancient
times by a group of Iranian people speaking Indo-Iranian languages,
known as the Scythians. The location and extent of Scythia varied
over time, from the Altai region where Mongolia, China, Russia,
and Kazakhstan come together, across South of Ukraine to the lower
Danube river area, Bulgaria and Georgia. The Saka were Asian Scythians
and were known as Sai (Character: ?, Old Sinitic *s?k) to the Chinese.
As the above "History of Briton" tells us, in Number 15, the large Scythian family wandered in Africa for 42 years, before migrating to Spain from The Malva River in Mauritania, and landing in Ireland 1002 years after the Red Sea event. And, possibly left some of their family & their genes in African countries, and that's possibly why the Haplogroup E3b shows up in Senegal nowadays, and in the Ukraine and Southern Russia and that Scythians are from Ancient Iran, left their Y-dna Haplogroup in that region of Eurasia, before this Scythian Noble Family left to go to Egypt.
The E3b Y-dna haplogroup, also shows up in Portugal, & Sicily. This is on a direct route from the migration taken from these Irish Sythians after the Egyptian disaster at the Red Sea, with Moses & Ramses I, and the Israelites. Other countries that my Y-dna markers have had hits in are, England, Germany (Holt, Hoedt), Norway (Holt & Holst), & Australia (Heath).
A new Theory of Migration of the Arabian Clusters of E groups M-34 = "The Crusades"
The Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy: Vol 1,
***ANOTHER NEWLY FOUND STUDY (Apr. 11, 2010) ARTICLE***
Modern carriers of haplogroup E1b1b1c1 (M34) are the descendants of the ancient Levantines, some 7000 yrs. ago.
Middle East Syria & Palestine E1b1b1c1(A) went into Europe, some 3500 yrs. ago.
|1. "The Journey of Man, a Genetic Odyssey", by Spencer Wells, Princeton University Press, 2002|
|2. "The Seven Daughters of Eve", by Bryan Sykes, W + W +Norton & Co., NY, 2001|
LINKS TO READ
The people to be reigned over by David's throne
were to be descendants of the tribes of Israel, who migrated from
through Europe to the "appointed place"
(2 Samuel 7:10), identified as the (British) "Isles"
NOTE: Since the Simon Hoyt/e descendants have E3b & E3 Haplogroups, could it be we Hoyt/e's might have the Lost Tribes or Great Britian's heir to the Throne of David's & Dan's, Bloodline, as well as, the Queen of Elizabeth bloodline, that shows a direct line to the ancient biblical kings?
Our, Hoyt/e E3b
haplogroup, is shown to have evolved in the Middle East. It
expanded into the Mediterranean during the Pleistocene Neolithic
expansion. It is currently distributed around the Mediterranean,
southern Europe, and in north and east Africa.
Britian's First Tax Rolls Document
The Anglo-Saxon Cronicles - A Timeline
CURRY RIVEL - ( In the Church of Curry Rivel is half a hide, a Priest holds...)
SEAVINGTON-ST. MARY - (XLVII - The Land of the King's Thegns)
( a mill is mentioned )
Heraldic or Coat of Arms information:
(Click onto below Coat-of-Arms, to Enlargen)
Simon Hoyt to George G. Hoyt Family DNA Lineage
CURRENT GENERATION, JOHN E. HOYT & 3 SONS
GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA 1995
JOHN E HOYT
Applied for Copyright © 2002 John E Hoyt October 2, 2002 Click here to see Copyright Information.