John Robertson Records 1792-1820
Land in Kentucky (Robertson and Gill)
Kentucky County Mapping and Decode
Land in Missouri
Missouri County Mapping and Decode
Marriage record John Sr. and Sally Gill 1792
Nelson County KY Militia Records
John and Sally (Sarah) Robertson Graves in Tipton, MO
WILLS of Gill, Roberts, Robertson
Lawsuit Preston v. Robertson/Gill
Donnachaidh (Robertson) Clan History-From 1005 on
LIST-Kentucky Research Documents
LIST-Missouri Research Documents
LIST-general sites and public trees
Key Relevant Dates
Leo Robertson Ranch in Idaho
Pitlochry Perthshire Scotland pictures
John Robertson (abt. 1752-1843) and Sally (Sarah) Gill (abt. 1762-1844)
Married 1792 in Nelson County Kentucky - Lived in Logan (now Barren) County Kentucky in 1796
Buried in Cooper County, Missouri
- Ancestry, Descendants and Family
Clan Donnachaidh (Robertson, Reid, Duncan)
John Robertson Descendants
Nancy (1796 - 1880), William (1798 - 1883), John Madison (1805 - 1885), James (1807 - 1853),
Martha A. (1810 - 1853), George J. (1811 - 1870), Margaret (1812 - 1895), Sarah (1815 - bef. 1860)
how ages were determined
Copyright © 2008 - 2013 James G. Robertson
Gill, Roberts, Robertson, Stinson, Howard, Morris, Leslie, VanPool
Contributions, questions, information or corrections?
Contact: James G. Robertson Alexandria, VA
Research is from multiple sources including family genealogies, the Kentucky Historical Society, Kentucky Archives, Kentucky Land Office, National Archives, DAR, Library of Congress, Virginia State Library and Ancestry.com. Family Genealogies referenced include Gill, VanPool, Robertson and Leslie. A great source has been the KYBarren forum on Rootsweb.com that is managed by Sandi Gorin in Glasgow, Kentucky.
Y Chromsomoe DNA-Haplogroup R1b1a2a1a1a (R-U106)
mtDNA Haplogroup T1a1c1
Y-DNA tests for three descendants of John Robertson are in the FamilyTreeDNA and Ysearch databases. There were many Robertsons in early Kentucky from different families, some Scot and some English or Welsh. Surnames often are the same in unrelated families.
The mitichondral Hapogroup T1a1c1 is rare with only 3 identified among the 120,000 + in the FTDNA database, March 2011.
The Y-DNA from descendents of other Robertson families when compared with ours adds to our understanding of the documented history by either confirming or eliminating ancestral relative candidates.
Please contact me
if you know of any Robertson who is descended from early KY, NC, VA and has had the Y-DNA test done. That can quickly rule in or out any male of being in our direct line.
Census and Kentucky Tax List before 1830
Looking for more information about:
- Wife, marriage of William Gill
- Origins of William and John Gill - Are they related to the Bedford County Gills?
- Where did John Robertson meet William Gill and daughter Sally? In Nelson County or earlier in Virginia or North Carolina?
- Ancestry of Mary Morris b. 1798 - probably Barren KY - married William Robertson 1815 in Barren County KY.
- Life of Sarah Robertson daughter of John after second husband, Stephen Howard died in 1858.
- Descendants and history (male descendants who have or will get Y-DNA test) of William Robertson, John Gill in 1790 Fayette County, KY.
- Descendants and history of John Gill in 1790 Fayette County, KY.
CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AND THINKING ABOUT THE LIFE AND ORIGINS OF THIS FAMILY IN EARLY KENTUCKY
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