I don't know any more about DNA matching than I see on tv. I do know that another branch of my family, the Ormans, from IN to IA have been doing it to resolve something in our deep, dark, past. Zilpha Davis, the daughter of Willoughby Davis and Mary (Polly) Orman, married Edmund Wyatt. What I am wondering, does the proposed matchee, in this case, Mr. Travis, have to carry the Wyatt name? It is true that he and I are descended from Edmund Wyatt, who died in 1896 in Wapello Co., Iowa. So Mr. Travis comes to this through a female ancester.
Edmund Wyatt and Zilpha Davis had two sons, Aaron Noyes Wyatt and Willoughby Wyatt. Willoughby had seven children, six of whom were male. They all lived in and around southeastern Iowa and northeastern MO. I haven't chased any down, but there should be plenty of candidates if Mr. Travis is not suitable.
Being female, my DNA is no help, and I have no male offspring. However, I do have a brother and I'm sure that I could persuade him to give up a little DNA for the good of the cause. After all, I'm older than he is.