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  • ID: I6182
  • Name: Isabella Kirkwood
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 10 JUL 1808 in Netherfield, Houston, Renfrewshire
  • Death: 8 NOV 1878 in Kinning Park, Lanarks
  • Burial: Glasgow Necropolis
  • Note:
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    Isabella Thomas nee Kirkwood.

    Her portrait was painted by Duncan.

    1851 Residence: 130 Parson Street, Glasgow St Mungo, Lanarks
    Charles Thomas 49
    Isabella K Thomas 42
    John Thomas 17
    Elizabeth W Thomas 16
    James A Thomas 13
    Isabella K Thomas 11
    William K Thomas 9
    Robert Thomas 8
    Jane Thomas 4
    Janet Thomas 4
    Charles Thomas 2
    Mary Mcinnes 30
    Margaret Templeton 19
    Margaret Russell 18

    1861 Residence: Woodneuk, Cadder, Lanarks
    Charles Thomas 59
    Isabella Thomas 53
    James Allan Thomas 23
    Isabella Kirkwood Thomas 21
    William Kirkwood Thomas 19
    Robert Thomas 18
    Jane Thomas 16
    Janet Thomas 14
    Charles Thomas 12
    Janet Forrester 21
    Agnes Mcinnes 22
    Alexander Wilson

    1871 Residence: Woodneuk, Cadder, Lanarks
    Charles Thomas 69
    Isabella K Thomas 61
    James Allan Thomas 33
    Robert Thomas 28
    Jane Thomas 26
    Janet Thomas 24
    Charles Thomas 22
    Isabella Livingston 23
    Janet Colebrook 18
    George White Houston 21

    Isabella was living at Woodneuk House in 1861 and 1871 with her large family - husband Charles Thomas a coachbuilder and their 10 children.

    Woodneuk House was pulled down sometime after 1961 and the area is now a nature reserve just to the east of juction 2a of the M73 about 5 miles north east of Glasgow.

    She is the direct maternal great, great, great grandmother of William Bridge and so they share exactly the same mitochondrial DNA which has been analysed as belonging to Haplogroup I.
    Haplogroup's I ancestry tree is as follows:

    Mitochondrial Eve
    L1'2'3'4'5'6- C146T C182T T4312C T10664C C10915T A11914G G13276A G16230A
    L2'3'4'5'6- C152T A2758G C2885T G7146A T8468C
    L2'3'4'6- C195T A247G A825t T8655C A10688G C10810T G13105A T13506C G15301A A16129G T16187C C16189T
    L3'4'6- G4104A A7521G
    L3'4- T182C! T3594C T7256C T13650C T16278C
    L3- A769G A1018G C16311T
    N- G8701A C9540T G10398A C10873T A15301G!
    N1'5- G1719A
    N1- T10238C G12501A
    N1a- T204C A13780G
    N1a1'2- T199C
    N1a1- 573.XC A10398G! G15043A
    N1a1b- T250C A4529t G8251A A15924G G16391A
    I- T10034C G16129A!

    The above tree shows the haplogroup and the mutations from the Reconstructed Sapiens Reference System (RSRS - i.e Mitochondrial Eve). Each mutation for example T10034C shows the original genotype (T) the position 10034 and the new genotype (C). Each genotype can be one of four possible letters or nucleotide bases (A - Adenine, C - Cytosine, G - Guanine, T - Thymine).

    Isabella's and my ancestor, and the first woman belonging to Haplogroup I, is thought to have lived approximately 20,000 years ago in around Iran.
    Haplogroup I is now found at very low frequencies (generally < 3%) throughout Europe, West Asia and South Asia with it being at a frequency of between 2 and 5 percent in Northwestern Europe (Norway, the Isle of Skye, and the British Isles). It is uncommon and sometimes absent in other parts of Western Europe (Iberia, Sweden, South-West France, and parts of Italy).

    Haplogorup I descended through several DNA base mutations from Haplogroup N which originated in a woman living 71,000 years ago in the borders of East Africa and Asia. Haplogroup N and its sibling haplogroup M are the signature haplogroups that define the out of Africa migration and the subsequent spread to the rest of the world.

    Haplogroup N descended from L3 which is believed to have arisen in Eastern Africa between 84,000 to 104,000 years ago who in turn descended from a woman known as 'Mitochondrial Eve' who is estimated to have lived approximately 140,000 to 200,000 years ago in East Africa. She is the most recent woman from whom all living humans today descend, on their mother's side, and through the mothers of those mothers, and so on, back until all lines converge on one person. She was not the only living human female of her time. However, her female contemporaries, except her mother, failed to produce a direct unbroken female line to any living woman in the present day.

    Anatomically-modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) evolved from archaic Homo sapiens in the Middle Paleolithic, about 200,000 years ago.
    The evolutionary history of primates can be traced back 65 million years. Molecular evidence suggests that the last common ancestor between humans and apes diverged 4 to 8 million years ago. The gorillas were the first group to split, then the chimpanzees split off from the line leading to the humans. The functional portion of human DNA is approximately 98.4% identical to that of chimpanzees when comparing single nucleotide polymorphisms.
    Animals evolved 500 million years ago from eukaryotes (cells with a nucleus) living 2100 million years ago, our first ancestor, although the earliest life on Earth existed 3.5 billion years ago with Earth forming 4.5 billion years ago.

    References:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_I_(mtDNA)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitochondrial_Eve

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homo_sapiens

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_human_evolution

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiogenesis

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth


    Isabella Kirkwood by Duncan married Charles Thomas





    Netherrfield House, Houston, Renfrewshire - birth place of Isabella Kirkwood in 1808





    Map showing location of Netherfield





    Map of Glasgow area with arrow showing Netherfield





    1858 map showing Woodneuk House near Glasgow in Lanarkshire - her home in 1861 and 1871





    19th century map showing expanded area around Woodneuk House





    Present day site of Woodneuk House - just off Jct 2a of the M73





    Woodneuk House in 1961




    mtDNA of William Bridge and therefore also of Isabella Thomas nee Kirkwood




    Gravestone of Thomas family at Glasgow Necropolis


  • Change Date: 28 NOV 2013 at 20:21:28



    Father: John Kirkwood b: 29 NOV 1771 c: 1 DEC 1771 in ABBEY (PAISLEY), RENFREW, SCOTLAND
    Mother: Elisabeth White b: 1784 in Little Fullwood, Renfrewshire c: 31 OCT 1784 in Dunoon & Kilmun

    Marriage 1 Charles Thomas b: 12 JAN 1802 in Perth, Perthshire c: 19 JAN 1802
    • Married: 2 JUL 1832 in Glasgow
    Children
    1. Has No Children John Thomas b: 22 JUN 1833
    2. Has Children Elizabeth White Thomas b: 25 OCT 1834 in Glasgow
    3. Has No Children Charles James Thomas b: 13 JUN 1836
    4. Has No Children James Allan Thomas b: 1838
    5. Has No Children Isabella Kirkwood Thomas b: 1839
    6. Has No Children William Kirkwood Thomas b: 8 JUN 1841
    7. Has No Children Robert Thomas b: 10 MAR 1843
    8. Has No Children Jane Thomas b: 14 SEP 1844 in Govan, Glasgow
    9. Has No Children Janet Thomas b: 1846
    10. Has No Children Charles Thomas b: 19 JUL 1848
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