This will be old news to some or most of you, but a DNA test has been available for a few years now that is different from the old Y-DNA test that only men could take and the Mitochondrial DNA test that only women could take. The test works for men and women equally. In fact, the reason for my post is that I had so many matches (seven) with descendants of sons of John Ogletree, Sr. that there is almost no question that I am a descendant of John's. My ggg grandfather Charles Davis is listed only three lines away from Absalom and David Ogletree in the 1820 census of Wilkes County Georgia and Charles and Absalom both appear in the 1830 and 1840 census records for Fayette County, Georgia. I had one match at fourth cousin and sixth at fifth cousin which places my connection to the Ogletree family right at the point where my ggg grandfather and the Ogletrees were next door neighbors. I don't(or didn't) know who my ggg grandmother was, but you can guess what family I believe she may have come from now. Does anybody know in whose family an Ogletree daughter born about 1790 - 1800 in Wilkes County could fit? She was probably Charles second wife, MAY have been named Mary, and MAY have been a daughter of Absalom Ogletree since Absalom and Charles were neighbors in Wilkes County and then lived near each other again in the Griffin, Georgia area. Any help would be appreciated.