Re: DNA results from Bell Co., KY, family.
You're welcome to jump in!Looking at DNA results of North Carolina Robbins/Robins its clear that your Wilkes Co. NC family shares ancestry with the Edgecomb Co., NC, family. We can also see that none of these participants have had a Deep Clade test. Your R1b1b2 is a prediction; probably based on DYS392=13. BTW, the nominclature has changed again and you are now R1b1a2 - these alphabet soup names change almost every time an upstream SNP is discovered which is why many prefer to use the stable short hand which for you is R-M269. You should see these changes on your personal page at FTDNA in the Haplotree link. I'd recommend you get the Deep Clade test as I beleive it is likely that you will fall into a subclade of R-P312 or R1b1a2a1a1b.
The Robbins/Robins family of Randolph Co., NC, marker values are very different from those of the Wilkes/Edgecomb families. Several Randolph Co. descendants as well as their matches from descendants of Daniel Robins, c1627-c1714, of Scotland and New Jersey, have participated in the Robbins DNA Project. I sponsored the SNP testing for one of them and the result was R-L23* or R1b1a2a* (the * means all downstream SNPs tested negative). The R-L23* indicates an ancient origin in the eastern Mediterranean - some believe this haplogroup was carried to Scotland by the Roman army, but that is speculation.