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 on: February 08, 2017, 12:00:43 PM 
Started by swiftd34 - Last post by swiftd34

My great great grandmother's name was Flora Fuentes. She married Lee Herman Cordaway. I have heard she was Apache Indian. I know she lived in Texas, but am trying to trace her lineage to see if she traces back to Mexico and if so, where at in Mexico.

Does anybody know Flora Fuentes' history?

Anything helps, thanks!


 on: February 07, 2017, 09:09:58 AM 
Started by mattwebb677 - Last post by mattwebb677

I have traced my ancestry back to Richard Fitzgerald of Castle Dodd in Co. Cork, and I wondered if anyone else had encountered that line of the family? I have found several mentions of that line in old texts, but cant find a definitive tree. I found an article from (from the 1800's, I think) mentioning them as being related to the Knights of Kerry. Richard Fitzgerald married Alice Perceval and had a daughter Elizabeth Fitzgerald, who married George Lowther in approx 1638. They all appear to be prominent families, so I'm surprised that there is not more information on this branch of the Fitzgeralds. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

 on: February 06, 2017, 12:32:54 AM 
Started by Mary1 - Last post by Giuseppina
Hi, first time I post and not really expert☺!
I'm Sicilian , my mtn dna is J1c1. My daughter did the test with NG, since hers is J1c1, I believe
I pass it to her....
I'll do myself my own test . Start to be really fascinated about.
Somebody, please, can explains to me how a Sicilian can have a mtn dna j1c1?
I read posts... seems English/Irish/nord Europe people got the same
????😊😊😊😊of course I know Sicilians we are a mixture... but...

 on: February 05, 2017, 06:04:07 PM 
Started by NewmanAdmin - Last post by Matt Newman
Submitted by email.  Submitted by: Renae Neumann, N-181
(added to patriarch page)

-Ernst Benjamin Neumann – b c1850 Spitzkunnersdorf, Germany – d 1919 – m Caroline Augustine Flammiger
-Robert Ernst Neumann - b 26 July 1868 Oderoberwitz, Saxony, Germany - d 20 May 1923 Cincinnati, OH - m Paula Podwesky
-Ernest Albert Neumann - b 6 Oct 1901 Cincinnati, OH - d 20 June 1950 Cincinnati, OH - m Gertrude Brandstetter
-Living Neumann b. 1938

 on: February 03, 2017, 10:54:37 AM 
Started by moranAdmin - Last post by lalizm
I would love to find any connections with all the Moran’s in Mexico. My family lived in the same place as far as I know, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.
My grandmother Jovita Moran b.1931 d.2011 Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, Mexico. She married Vidal Gutierrez.
My great grandfather Florencio Moran Luis Juan born around 1898 d.1965 Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, Mexico
My great grandmother Maria Guadalupe Chavez De Moran (De Moran meaning she got the Moran last name by getting married) born around 1897 Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, Mexico
My great grandfather and great grandmother had several other children; Faustino Moran, Celso Moran, Trinidad Moran.
According to my research my great great grandfather’s name is Viviano Moran, although I did find a variation for Bibiano Moran. He was married to Maria Guadalupe Luis Juan. But I don’t know where they came from or where they live.

Any information would be helpful. Thanks

 on: February 03, 2017, 10:14:08 AM 
Started by GutierrezAdmin - Last post by lalizm
I am looking for any information on my great grandfather, whose name was Ramon Gutierres.  He was from Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, Mexico. Born around 1888, died Mar 27, 1955. He married Casimira Sanchez from Ciudad Guzman Jalisco, Mexico, born around 1905, died around 1969.
My grandfather was Vidal Gutierrez Moran born in Jalisco, Mexico on Jan 12 1925, died in Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco on June 2011. Ramon and Casimira had several children most of them are deceased. Their names are Francisco Gutierrrez, Antonio Gutierrez. Miguel Gutierrez, Guadalupe Gutierrez, Senayda Gutierrez (living), Trinidad Gutierrez, Vicente Gutierrez.
As far as I know all relatives lived in the city of Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, Mexico. But I would like to know where Ramon came from. Any information would be helpful.

 on: January 29, 2017, 06:10:42 PM 
Started by chasingdykesroots - Last post by chasingdykesroots
I am a descendant of Martha "Patsy" Dykes b. 1782 NC - d. 1868 Fl.
I am looking for family members with the same H Haplogroup -
mtDNA -
HVR1: 16066G, 16519C  and  HVR2: 146C, 263G, 315.1C

 on: January 25, 2017, 11:56:14 PM 
Started by Larry Bentley - Last post by paulbnavy
If you have a copy of "One Branch of the Bentley Family of Rhode Island" you have my lineage history.
William ?-1720
Benjamin approx 1690-1744??
William ,1720s-?
William 1756-?
John 1780-1818 lost at sea
John 1817-1862
George Alphonso 1853-1924
Fred Harold b. 1882
George Perry became George Paul went by Paul b. 1910 d. Approx. 1988
William Perry goes by Bill b. 1947
William Paul goes by Paul (me) b. 1978
Jordan b. 2009

 on: January 25, 2017, 07:52:28 PM 
Started by Megabolt - Last post by Megabolt
The * in R1b-FGC12791* represents a split from the remainder of the sub group of FGC12791 who have divided on the experimental Tree of R1b-U198 (YFull), with the sub groupings of R-Y5976 and R-Y28669, while H5 will eventually be (FGC12791*) R-BY1463/V3473, presently Novel, when other Testee's come forward.

H5 is classified (as tested) by the following companies.

FTDNA                R1b-FGC12791
YFull                   R-DF89
Britains DNA       R1b-S15627
Geno 2.0            R-U198
YSEQ                  R1b-DF89
23andme           R1b1b2a1a1a
FGC                    R-S29 (3rd Party)

Cheers for 2017

 on: January 25, 2017, 11:18:07 AM 
Started by Robert Kelly Dazet - Last post by Robert Kelly Dazet
Greeting Dietrich Project members from Salt Lake City, Utah!
I'd like to introduce myself and and my genealogical goals. 
I'm hoping to break down "brick walls" keeping the origins in the Germanic states hidden from my family. Johann Dietrich, my 3 x great grandfather, was born about 1769 and emigrated, presumably with his parents to Kischker (Kisker, Kleinker), the Batschka, Hungary (now Serbia). He married Katharina (surname unknown). His son Johann Jakob Friedrich Dietrich was born 1793 in Kischker,.  They had at least 2 other children Katharina and Peter. About 1807 they emigrated again, this time to Neuburg, Grossliebental Districh of Odess, South Russia (now the Ukraine).  My great grandfather Johannes was born 1837 in Neuburg and married Christina Schmidt of Freudental.  The family immigrate to Scotland, Bon Homme, South Dakota with 7 children in 1873. My mother, Phyllis Dietrich was born and raised in North Dakota.
My brick walls are in Hungary as is seems most if not all records were destroyed during and after WWII.  The few clues that I've been able to find are in OFBs for the German colonies in Hungary and books written about the Auswanderunderer from the Germanic states as well as registration records for Conists in Vienna, Austria.  Unfortunately, I've found these writings  not always accurate.
I'm hoping DNA will help break down these brick wall eventually!  I'm administering my first cousin Bill Dietrich's Y-DNA67 and atDNA tests as well as my own YDNA67, atDNA and mtDNA tests, though in this case my YDNA won't be of use as I'm a Dazet.
I'm wondering if there are any Dietrichs here that share similar family stories?
Kind regards,

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