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 on: April 26, 2016, 05:53:36 PM 
Started by mcclurera - Last post by mcclurera

We will have to prepare if we want to share the expense.  Admin Dennis and I shared this.  As a group we're behind defining our branches.

Bob, We have had no donations to the project in over two years. The fund is empty at FTDNA.
My Best Regards,
Dennis McClure
From: Bob McClure
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2016 2:56 PM
To: Dennis McClure
Subject: Re: RE: Testing Fund

Do we have enough for a $460 BigY.
We could post on the forum.
Or choose.
We only have today to lock in at the 460.

Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

From:"Dennis McClure" <>
Date:Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 10:36 AM
Subject:RE: Testing Fund

Hello Bob,
At the bottom of the McClure DNA Project home page, you will find the following sentence;
If you would like to make a donation to the McClure DNA project Sponsorship fund, click here for more details.

If you click the word “Here”, it will take you to the FTDNA Fund page. From there you will see the instructions on how to donate funds to our project (or any other project for that matter), such as amount, type of donation, etc.

Get back to me if you have more questions.

Do you have a particular individual you wish to donate the $100 to be used toward a test? If so that too can be noted on the FTDNA fund page. Is there someone you know who wants to test at the sale price, and you wish to help pay for that test with the donation?

Dennis McClure, Co-Admin McClure DNA Project

From: Bob McClure
Sent: Monday, April 25, 2016 8:16 PM
To: Dennis McClure
Subject: Testing Fund


I couldn't find the McClure Fund.
A lot of projects are sponsoring tests through tomorrow when the sale ends.
I want to donate $100, an but order has to be mailed time stamped for the 26th to qualify for the sale.


Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android





 on: April 26, 2016, 04:09:11 AM 
Started by Richard Rocca - Last post by adolfainsley8
I1 I agree with but I personally think I2 and I were born in Anatolia????

 on: April 25, 2016, 08:26:03 PM 
Started by mcclurera - Last post by mcclurera
I received this and am still trying to contribute to our McClure fund through Dennis for a Big Y.

"Dear Valued Customer,

We are excited to say that we are in the midst of our most successful DNA Day Sale in history!
Because of the overwhelmingly positive feedback we have been getting on our sale prices, we are writing to remind you that there are only 36 hours left for you to take advantage of these deep discounts on our most popular products.

Our DNA Day Sale will end tomorrow, Tuesday, April 26, 2016 (11:59 PM U.S. Central), so be sure to visit our website and place your orders before then!"

The Family Tree DNA Team

Please note: All orders must be placed and paid for in full by Tuesday, April 26, 2016 (11:59 PM U.S. Central) in order to take advantage of sale pricing."

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 on: April 24, 2016, 05:36:45 PM 
Started by parkeradmin - Last post by Jarrod Parker
My name is Jarrod Parker and my FTDNA kit number is 265079.  My lineage is as follows:

Thomas Parker (1768-1851), b. Ireland, d. in Laurens County, South Carolina. M. Frankey (last name unknown).  They had seven children: John, Mary, Carter, Robert, Salley, Abraham, and William.

John Parker (1797-1863), b. Laurens County, South Carolina, d. Buncombe County, North Carolina. M. Balinda Youncy.  They had 8 children: Edtha, James, Thomas, Frankey, William, Joseph, Elizabeth, and Marshall.

James Parker (1827-1911), b. Laurens County, South Carolina, d. Buncombe County, North Carolina.  M. Margaret Murray.  They had 10 children:  Columbus, Fannie, Mary, Francis Marion, Joseph, Martha, Jennie, Tilola, Julia, and Ada Lee.  After Margaret died, James married Harriet Warren, they had two children, Bonnie and Barto.

Joseph R. Parker (1864-1946) Born and died in Buncombe County. M. Mary Ann Josephine Rollins.  They had 14 children:  Columbus, Lucy, Amy Lee, Harlan, Ethel, Gustus, Joseph W. Warren, Lillie Belle, Lottie, James, William, Adam, and Mary.

Joseph W. Parker (1892-1965) b. Buncombe County, d. in Gold Hill, NC.  M. Ocie Jane Shrum.  They had 7 children: Lillian Marie, Foy, Elise Louise, Nellie, Gladys, Loius, and Carl.

Carl Parker (1935-2007), b. Marion, NC, d. Athens, Ga. M. Carolyn Hilton.  They had two children, one of which was me.

 on: April 24, 2016, 02:37:36 PM 
Started by Tammy1965 - Last post by Tammy1965
My great grandma came to Pennsylvania from  Ireland. She married a Hyatt and lived in the Charleroi, Allenport area of Pennsylvania, along the Mon river.
She had numerous children and passed away in her 40's. I am looking for any information on her......

Murphy is her maiden name and she married ALBERT HYATT

Any help is appreciated

 on: April 24, 2016, 01:29:41 PM 
Started by ewtaylor - Last post by ewtaylor
So I have MY autosomal test from ancestry on the ftdna site and my DAD's y test from NatGeo there also.  I joined this Weaver project because I THINK I'm a Weaver.  My grandfather was born out of wedlock and we never knew who his father was.  Thru dna testing and comparing matches using ancestry, ftdna, and gedmatch I think I belong to the Weaver family.
How do I know for sure?  Should I have used my father's Y test?
any help would be appreciated.

wayne taylor

 on: April 23, 2016, 05:46:28 PM 
Started by gottliebAdmin - Last post by eisenlordgottliebwright
Isiah Gottlieb, (aka Joseph Godley) -- b. 1895 in Brooklyn, New York and d. 1987 in Riverside, CA. He was our maternal grandfather/great-grandfather. His parents were Daniel Gottlieb (1873 - 1922) who immigrated from Russia to Brooklyn, New York; wife -- Lisa, (or, Lena) Goldstein, (1876 to 1925),  also an immigrant, from Poland to New York.

The siblings of Isiah Gottlieb were, Max M. Gottlieb 1897–1944, Charles Gottlieb 1902–,
Rosie Gottlieb 1904–, Lillian Gottlieb 1908–1995 and Stanley Gottlieb 1913–. I have more on the family tree but need help tracing ancestry in Russia and Poland.

Isiah Gottlieb (Joseph Godley) had two daughters. I am his granddaughter and Darren is his great grandson.

Contacts -- Darren and Karen Eisenlord

If you need more information or detail please let us know. Thank you!

 on: April 23, 2016, 03:30:59 PM 
Started by jeffrey sechrist - Last post by Gil

I received an email from Jevette about this and your message clarifys the situation you are in a little better.  According to Family Tree DNA you have a genetic distance of 7 from the Lusk line in America.  Your original father would have been part of the line that arrived in Philadelphia shortly after 1700.  This line later split in southern Virginia with some going to Ohio and Tenn. and some going to the Carolinas and then to Miss. and other south and southwestern states such as Texas.  In the 1930's my family was deeply rooted in the area of Abilene and Ovaca as farmers.   A genetic distance of seven would place our common ancestor sometime in the period of 1780 to 1850.  The Philadelphia line is shown on the y-charts associated with Joseph Lusk born about 1660 in Belfast, Ulster, Northern Ireland.  I am not an expert in all this so someone might want to add or delete in response to this but have been at it for a long time.  Hope this helps and I will send the same response to Jevette.

Gil Lusk

 on: April 22, 2016, 03:04:24 PM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
As of 22 April 2016, the Balance in the Project's General Fund was:


If you would like to contribute to the Fund, please do so by visiting the following page:

Thank you.

 on: April 22, 2016, 02:34:50 PM 
Started by mcclurera - Last post by mcclurera
The sale runs Apr 21-26.
SNP packs $109.
BigY $460.
Bob McClure

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