Caroline, Just let me keep up with what you post on Genforum as that is about all I have time for right now.
I recently notice you too have WEBBS.I have just discovered some WEBB FFDNA MATCHES to me and had looked again at my files and the only WEBB marriages I had in my familes are in my FIELDS family of ANSON CO. NC who moved to Carroll Co. and Henry Co's TN.These WEBBS are also out of ANSON CO. NC and some moved to GA.One ELIJAH WEBB supposedly married my GG GRANDAUNT, MARY FIELDS sister to my GG GRANDFATHER, ALEXANDER FIELDS who md. SARAH UNKNOWN.
Apparently the ELIJAH WEBB of ANSON had not married my MARY FIELDS and so she is either married to a different ELIJAH WEBB or I have the name listed incorrectly per other FIELDS family files.The ELIJAH WEBB of ANSON married a different woman and they moved to GA and their families have REUNIONS about every other year.
I have posted about the WEBBS of CARROLL CO. TN in hopes we find those who married into my FIELDS family for ALEXANDER FIELDS wife may be a WEBB as well, and she was my GG GRANDMOTHER.I haven't a clue why I am having WEBBS show up in my FFDNA MATCHES but again so many names are in all my FFDNA MATCHES unless I recognize them from my own files, then it is difficult to make the connections between these families.
If I were you, I would seriously consider doing the FFDNA test as it is on both our maternal and paternal lines and we can then compare your FFDNA MARKERS to mine and others on the FAMILY TREE DNA site you have FFDNA MATCHES and either the MTDNA or Y-DNA test.That way you can see just which of the McAFEE lines you also match and I would think you have to match the same ones I do as they are in the outline I just posted on this site.
In knowing our FFDNA MATCHES lines exactly we then can sort out using the chromsome browser just where we connect on what chromosome and as you have verified files of your McAfee's it will easier then to recognize which chromosome you and the McAfee's match each other, and I then can find my connections to you all I think.I am not begging yet, just pleading with you and some of the other McAFEE's to please do their FFDNA tests, as anyone male or female can do the FFDNA test and a female will have to do the MTDNA plus the FFDNA test and the male will have to have his Y-DNA already on a line or also do the Y-DNA and plus the FFDNA test.FFDNA is on all sides of your lines back to about the 5th or 6th Generations but we are finding some of the remote cousins go back further than that.You then compare the chromosomes to see where your match .You need a good paper trail with a verified line to know your lines and then compare each others info and make the connections.