My Carnley Roots

My Carnley roots, as for as I can tell, using This is where DNA testing is the way to go. If someone documents that they are in the Christian Lewis Carnley line and they are tested, and I am tested, then the DNA will confirm that I am in the same line as that other person, and it would confirm my tree. This is where DNA testing really pays off!

When you get a pool of tested people, you can start grouping people in family lines. Then they can search together to put together the pieces of the tree. It really helps if you have 15 people or more in the same line researching the same thing. Again this is where DNA testing really pays off!

My Mother:
Joyce M. Carnley
B: 31 Mar 1938
Mobile County, Alabama, USA
D: 22 Sep 2004
Pensacola, Florida, USA

Joyce’s Father:
Louis Pat Carnley
B: Mar 8 1919
D: Feb 2 1986
Fairhope, Baldwin, Alabama

His father: (This is where I got my middle name from)
He was given away to the Timneys but never took the name.

Louis Chipley Carnley
B: 22 Feb 1892
Santa Rosa County, Florida
D: 28 Feb 1957
Baldwin County, Alabama

His father:
Elijah Alonzo Carnley
B: Dec 1864
D: Unknown
Alabama, USA

His father:
Milton Carnley
B: 1833
Pike County, Alabama
D: 1880
Santa Rosa County, Florida

His father:
Jeremiah Carnley
B: abt 1810
South Carolina
D: 1888

His father:
Christian Lewis Carnley
B: 1759
South Carolina
D: Oct 1843
Pike, Alabama

His father:
Lewis Carnley
B: 1728
D: 1795
South Carolina, USA