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John Lorimer Worden

J2b-L283>Z1043

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John Lorimer Worden (March 12, 1818 – October 19, 1897) was a U.S. Navy officer in the American Civil War, who took part in the Battle of Hampton Roads, the first-ever engagement between ironclad steamships at Hampton Roads, Virginia, on 9 March 1862.
Commanding the Union's only warship of this class, USS Monitor, Worden challenged the Confederate vessel Virginia, a converted steam-frigate that had sunk two Union blockaders and damaged two others. After a four-hour battle, both ships withdrew, unable to pierce the other's armour.

Background and early career

Worden was born in Scarborough, New York. He grew up in Swartwoutville, Dutchess County, New York, and was married to Olivia Toffey, the aunt of Daniel Toffey, captain's clerk of the USS Monitor. He was appointed midshipman in the Navy on January 10, 1834. He served his first three years in the sloop-of-warErie on the Brazil Station. Following that, he was briefly assigned to the sloop Cyane before he reported to the Naval School at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for seven months of instruction. He returned to sea in July 1840 for two years with the Pacific Squadron.
Between 1844 and 1846, Worden was stationed at the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. During the Mexican–American War, he cruised the west coast, primarily in the store ship Southampton, but in other ships as well. In 1850, he returned to the Naval Observatory for another two-year tour of duty. The ensuing nine years were filled with sea duty which took Worden on several cruises in the Caribbean and Mediterranean Seas.

Taking command of the Monitor

Though still ill as a result of his imprisonment, Lieutenant[1][2] Worden accepted orders to command the new ironclad Monitor on January 16, 1862. He reported to her building site at Greenpoint in Brooklyn on Long Island and supervised her completion. He placed the new warship in commission at the New York Navy Yard on February 25 and two days later sailed for Hampton Roads. However, steering failure forced the ironclad back to New York for repairs. On March 6, she headed south again, this time under tow by Seth Low.
On the afternoon of March 8, Monitor approached Cape Henry, Virginia, while inside Hampton Roads, the Confederacy's own ironclad, CSS Virginia, wrought havoc with the Union Navy's wooden blockading fleet. During that engagement, the Southern warship sank both the sloop USS Cumberland and the frigate USS Congress, as well as severely damaging the steam frigate USS Minnesota before retiring behind Sewell's Point. Arriving on the scene too late to participate in the engagement, Worden and his ship set about assisting the grounded Minnesota.

The battle of the ironclads
At daybreak on the 9th, Virginia emerged once more from behind Sewell's Point to complete her reduction of the Federal fleet at Hampton Roads. As the Confederate ironclad approached Minnesota, Worden maneuvered Monitor from the grounded ship's shadow to engage Virginia in the battle that revolutionized naval warfare. For four hours, the two iron-plated ships slugged it out as they maneuvered in the narrow channel of Hampton Roads, pouring shot and shell at one another to almost no visible effect. Three hours into the slug fest, Worden received facial wounds when a Confederate shell exploded just outside the pilot house that partially blinded him. He relinquished command to his first officer, Samuel D. Greene. About an hour later, Monitor withdrew from the battle temporarily and, upon her return to the scene, found that Virginia, too, had withdrawn. The first battle between steam-driven, armored ships had ended in a draw.

Phylogeographer: John Lorimer Worden was the first famous J2b-L283 known. His descendants helped in part to establish the earliest phylogeny of now prolific J2b-L283>Z1043.

The Wordens trace descent to a Peter Worden of Lancashire born before 1574.



http://wordenfamilyassoc.org/John_Lorimer_Worden.htm

https://www.familytreedna.com/public/worden

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lorimer_Worden
 
James Felix "Jim" Bridger

J2b-L283>Y12007

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(Sculpture of Bridger by David Alan Clark in Fort Bridger, Wyoming)

American explorer James Felix "Jim" Bridger belonged to haplogroup J2b-L283>Y12007. Bridger was a western explorer in the first half of the 19th century and one of the first Europeans to see the Yellowstone area and the Great Salt Lake. He was descended from General Joseph Bridger (1631-1686), an early settler of Virginia originally from Gloucester, England. The Bridges DNA Project at FTDNA shows 2 direct paternal descendants and paternal relatives all belonging to J2b-L283>Y12007 (Group 02).

James Felix "Jim" Bridger (March 17, 1804 – July 17, 1881) was an American mountain man, trapper, Army scout, and wilderness guide who explored and trapped in the Western United States in the first half of the 19th century. He was known as Old Gabe in his later years.[1] He was from the Bridger family of Virginia, English immigrants who had been in North America since the early colonial period.[2]
Bridger was part of the second generation of American mountain men and pathfinders who followed the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804 and became well known for participating in numerous early expeditions into the western interior as well as mediating between Native American tribes and westward-migrating European-American settlers. By the end of his life, he had earned a reputation as one of the foremost frontiersmen in the American Old West. He was described as having a strong constitution that allowed him to survive the extreme conditions he encountered while exploring the Rocky Mountains from what would become southern Colorado to the Canadian border. He had conversational knowledge of French, Spanish, and several indigenous languages.
In 1830, Bridger and several associates purchased a fur company from Jedediah Smith and others, which they named the Rocky Mountain Fur Company.[3][4]

Early Life

James Felix Bridger was born on March 17, 1804, in
Richmond, Virginia.[5] His parents were James Bridger, an innkeeper in Richmond, and his wife Chloe.[5]

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(Bridger volunteered to stay with the dying Hugh Glass after he was mauled by a grizzly bear in 1823)

Yellowstone and the Great Salt Lake

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(Bridger's Pass)

Great Salt Lake
Bridger was among the first mountain men to explore the natural wonders of the Yellowstone region. In the fall of 1824, Bridger explored the Great Salt Lake region, reaching it by bull boat.[4][9] He was one of the first European people to explore Yellowstone's springs and geysers. He also shared that the creek split in two, with one side going to the Pacific Ocean and the other side to the Atlantic Ocean. Bridger took a raft on the rapids at the Big Horn River; he was the only man known to have done this.[1]

All of the direct paternal descendants and relatives of
Joseph Bridger (b 1631 and d.1686) belong to J2b-L283>Y12007:
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Bridger


A thank you for contributions to user "Rusty".
 
The Polish princely House of Lubomirski

J2b-L283>PH1602

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The Polish princely House of Lubomirski belong to J2b-L283>PH1602
according to the testing of a member of the family (reportedly Ladislas Jean Lubomirski, father of the photographer Alexi Lubomirski) at Family Tree DNA.

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(Alexi Lubomirski, Son of Ladislas Jean Lubomirski)

The Lubomirski trace back their roots to 10th century Poland. They were elevated to the rank of count in 1595, then prince of the Holy Roman Empire in 1647. Four of the princes Lubomirski held the office of Grand Marshal of the Crown in the 17th and 18th centuries. Several members of the Lubomirski family were a candidate, at different times, for crowns of Poland, Bohemia and Hungary.

Royal Blood

In 1647, Stanisław Lubomirski received the hereditary title of Prince of the Holy Roman Empire from Emperor Ferdinand III. The Lubomirski family itself was a candidate for Poland's crown. Grand Hetman of the Crown Prince Hieronim Augustyn was the most serious candidate for the Polish crown after the death of John III Sobieski. Prince Teodor Konstanty (1683-1745), governor of Kraków, submitted his candidacy for the Crown after the death of Augustus II the Strong. Prince Stanisław Lubomirski, governor of Kiev and Speaker of the Radom treasury tribunal, campaigned for the throne in 1764. Lubomirski princes were also candidates for the Czech and Hungarian crowns; Jerzy Ignacy Lubomirski (1687-1753) sought the throne of Hungary. The culmination of these efforts was Zdzislaw Lubomirski's serving as Prince Regent from 1917 to 1918.[12]
The Lubomirski family was related to almost all the dynasties ruling in Europe, the Capetien, Bourbon, Liudolfing, Wittelsbach, Hohenzollern, and Rurykowicz dynasties. The family is maternally related to the Piast of Masovia family. Zofia Lubomirska was the great-granddaughter of Anna Lubomirska, the daughter of Konrad III Rudy, the prince of Mazovia. Katarzyna Lubomirska (c. 1585 – 1620) was the wife of Konstanty Bazyli II, Prince of Ostróg, who was closely related to Bolesław IV, a descendant of Konrad Mazowiecki.[13]

Origin and the coat of arms

The Lubomirski family have been actors in the history of Poland since the 10th century. There are two theories regarding the family's origin. One, by Adam Boniecki, a Polish heraldist, assumes that there were two branches of the family. One settled at the Szreniawa River in Proszowice County while the other established itself in Szczyrzyc County. The time of this division of the family is not known, but most likely it was before the adoption of Christianity by Poland. The Szreniawici family used a similar coat of arms, which means that the two families had the same ancestry. At the time of Mieszko I, the members of the Lubomirski family demonstrated bravery in battle against pagans. For this they were awarded the rank of knight and a coat of arms, which depicts bends of the Szreniawa River in the form of a letter S of white colour on a red background, instead of the Szreniawici cross, with the motto Patriam Versus (Turned to the Homeland). This coat of arms has been used by the representatives of the family to the present time.[1]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lubomirski

 
Russian Nobility: Bekhanids, royal descendants of Temnikov Principality

J2b-L283>Y12000

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The Temnikov Principality or Tümen Principality, also known as Murunza (Russian: Темниковская Мещёра, romanized: Temnikov Meschera) or the Bekhanid Principality of Tümen was a Mazhar and Moksha[8] principality in Eastern Mishar Yurt (Temnikovsky and Kadomsky Uyezds).[9] The state was closely allied with the Grand Duchy of Moscow.

The principality was established by Prince Bekhan in 1388.[12][13] Principality later expanded and comprised territories between Oka-Tsena-Sura interfluve in (Northern, Western and Eastern Mokshaland). Temnikov, Kadom, Sacony and Andreev townlet had been destroyed during the period of Muscovy and Ryazan Principality raids in first decades of 15th century and later rebuilt in new cites. It was confirmed by archeological findings in 1960s.[14]

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Population

The land was inhabited mainly by Mokshas, Mishars and Erzyas. Some Burtases resettled to Northern Mokshaland, and would be mentioned in later Russian documents as Posop Tatars since they served as prince's army bread suppliers and paid bread tax.

Russian Nobility DNA:
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/RussianNobilityDNA

Members tracing royal descent to the Temnikov Principality, are grouped as 07 Tatar Princes - Bekhanids in the Russian NobilityDNA project. All members belong to J2b-L283>Y12000.
 
What about Albanian ones? We already know Cerciz Topulli should have been J2b2-L283.

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From modern politicians Lulzim Basha should be J2b2-L283 likely, he is descended paternally fromi Hoti from Drenice.

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Also, i guess, of course not known outside Albanians, but inside he was always a very good and famous singer. Sinan Vllasaliu as part of Krasniqi should belong to this lineage. He had such a long singing career and successful among Albanians.

 
What about Albanian ones? We already know Cerciz Topulli should have been J2b2-L283.


From modern politicians Lulzim Basha should be J2b2-L283 likely, he is descended paternally fromi Hoti from Drenice.


Also, i guess, of course not known outside Albanians, but inside he was always a very good and famous singer. Sinan Vllasaliu as part of Krasniqi should belong to this lineage. He had such a long singing career and successful among Albanians.
I started this thread yesterday night and just got back from work and Uni. I will make a Gheg tribes post about Nika, Krasniqi, Kastrati, Korbi, Hoti, Shkreli (Deda...), Spaci etc.

When it comes to certain individuals it is important to remember that tribal affiliations don't necessarily have to coincide with YDNA. Besides, I will only post members that are proven to be J2b-L283 through testing of direct paternal descendants or relatives.

Vllasaliu and Lulzim Basha can be anything from E1b to Z2103 and what not. And I won't post Balkan Romany genre singers on here. The thread is about notable J2b-L283 members.

 
John Field (Astronomer)

J2b-L283>Y16536

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(Coat of arms confirmed in 1558)

As a proto-Copernican English astronomer at the court of Elisabeth I. His works were the first in England in which the principles of the Copernican philosophy were recognised and asserted.

John Field or Feild (1520/1530–1587), was a "proto-Copernican" English astronomer. Field was the son of Richard Field (d. 1542). He was born, it is supposed, at Ardsley in the West Riding of Yorkshire between 1520 and 1530. He received a liberal education, and Joseph Hunter, his descendant, conjectured that part of it was gained under the patronage of Alured Comyn, Prior of Nostell, from which house the cell of Woodkirk, near Ardsley, depended. Anthony à Wood believed that he studied at Oxford.
He was living in London at the date of his first Ephemeris (1556), and appears, from a remark in a manuscript in Lambeth Palace Library, to have been a public instructor in science.

Publications

He published:

  • Ephemeris anni 1557 currentis juxta Copernici et Reinholdi canones … per J. Feild … ad Meridianum Londinensem … supputata. Adjecta est Epistola J. Dee, qua vulgares istos Ephemeridum fictores reprehendit, London, 1556
  • Ephemerides trium annorum, an. 1558, 59 et 60 … ex Erasmi Reinoldi tabulis accuratissimè ad Meridianum Civitatis Londinensis supputatæ, London, 1558
To the latter work the following are added:

  • Canon Ascensionum Obliquarum cujusvis stellæ non excedentis 8 gradus Latitudinis confectus, and
  • Tabula Stellarum Fixarum insigniorum, &c.
These works were the first in England in which the principles of the Copernican philosophy were recognised and asserted.


Arms and crest

Coat of arms confirmed in 1558
On 4 September 1558 Field received a confirmation of arms and the grant of a crest allusive to his attainments in astronomical science, viz. the device of a red arm issuing from the clouds and presenting a golden orrery.

Personal life

In about 1560 he married Jane (d. 1609), daughter of John Amyas, a Kentish gentleman, and some time between that date and 1577, settled down at Ardsley, where he continued till his death, his position being that of a gentleman held in esteem among the better class of his neighbours. In the Yorkshire visitation of 1585 he recorded his arms and crest and the names of his wife and nine children. In his will, dated 28 Dec. 1586, he describes himself as a "fermer sometyme student in the mathymathicke sciences". He died soon after the date of this will, the administration of his estate being granted to his widow on 3 May 1587. He is buried in the porch of the church of East Ardsley, Yorkshire and a memorial plaque which reads: "Beneath this porch lies buried John Field 1520-1587 He was the first astronomer in this country to make known the discoveries of Copernicus." [1][2] His library passed into the hands of William Coley of York, who afterwards returned it to the family.

John Field (Astronomer) belonged to J2b-L283>Y16536, 15 of Fields paternal descendants/relatives belong all to the aforementioned clade. Three of them are depicted underneath:
410 J2-FGC61400>FGC61398 Descendants of William Feild, Hertfordshire: BigY-345305/YF08379, FGC-NKDT5/YF11868









































































































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573747FieldJohn Field, b. ~1615 Hertfordshire, d. 1686 RIEnglandJ-FGC61400
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John Field b.1522, Ardsley, in a bloodline to 1805 Canterbury
https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_J2_Y-DNA.shtml#famous_people
 
Justin Bieber is likely to be L283, since I think the Bieber project on FTDNA is L283. I read this on facebook so take this with a grain of salt.
 
Groninger said:
Justin Bieber's genealogy traces back to Hirschland in Alsace. Several Biebers from Alsace are mentioned as J-M172 on the Beavers/Biwer DNA Project, although no direct ancestors of Justin Bieber are included.
It can very well be the case since all of the Alsace Biebers are J2b-L283>YP91>YP153>FT184881 (FT185309) and one them is even from Hirschland. The Alsace Biebers are on the FT184881 branch with one of our Iron Age Croatians more specifically ID I5723 514-391 BCE J2b-L283>Z622>YP91>YP153>FT185586 HRV_IA Sv. Križ Brdovečki, Croatia. If they are paternal relatives of his and that has been or can be attested via his family tree than the aforementioned subclade is what he belongs to.
 
I looked up the worden on geni, and it has a tree going up to symone de Waredon.

They put de in his last name indicating latin deriviative. Not english.

So maybe french or iberian. Most likely french, though. Dont think scandos had last names with indication of de at the end.

https://www.geni.com/people/Symon-de-Waredon/6000000070880844869

His wifes name was muir strangely, which meant besides a moor?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cla...nal links-,Origins and history,moor" or "fen".

The Scottish surname Muir supposedly originated as a surname denoting someone who lived beside a moor. The name is derived from the Scots form of the Middle English more, meaning "moor" or "fen".[6][7] That being said, the Mure/Muir/Moore line of Southwest Scotland has been proven not to be Gael, but rather, genetically of Pretani/Britonic origin (likely even identifiable to the Iron Age Damnonii tribe in the area), known to be typical of the area before Scots dominated control in the 11th century.[8][9]


Name waredon
Recorded as Warden and Worden, this long-established surname has two distinct origins, each with its own history and derivation. Firstly, it may have originated as an occupational name for a watchman or guard, deriving from the Norman French word "wardein", one who guards. The surname from this source has the distinction of being first recorded in the Domesday Book (see below). Other early recordings include: Walter Wardein (Oxfordshire, 1273), and John le Wardeyn (Cambridgeshire, 1289). Job-descriptive surnames originally denoted the actual occupation of the namebearer, and later became hereditary. The second possibility is locational from any of the various places called Warden in England...
 

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