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 on: August 07, 2014, 10:57:25 AM 
Started by koehlerAdmin - Last post by Sam Stimson
Dear Carrie,

I was adopted and only recently learned who my birth parents were. I have been looking through Ancestry and this is what I have been able to piece together. Hopefully some of the people in the project can either confirm or help point me in the right direction.

Kit number 295314

Joseph Kohler b 1730, Gutersloh, Nortrhein-Westfalen, Germany, Spouse UNK (Is not Mary Ann Gilder for my line)
John Kohler b 1750, German Border Holland, Spouse Nancy Moser b 1770 PA
Joseph Tyson Culler, b 1794 Pinnacle, Stokes, NC., Spouse Sarah M Moser b 1795
William W Culler, b 1833, Stokes CO, NC, Spouse Serena E L Dorsett b 1844
Joseph S Culler Sr.  b 1867, Pilot NC, Spouse Mary Hanna Needham 1876
Charlie M Culler b 1896, Surry Co. NC. Spouse Margaret F George b 1897
Rufus Francis Culler, b 1922, Forsyth Co. NC, (Not married) Peggy Lee Crater b 1926
 Sam Stimson b 1942, Asheville, NC

 42 
 on: August 06, 2014, 04:35:40 PM 
Started by lburns99 - Last post by lburns99
Can anyone please tell me what the source is for James Parham's birthdate (I've seen several - 1598, 1599, etc.). Also the source for his wifes name (Frances Holmes) and that he had a son named Matthew Parham who was born in 1625.  I've been researching for 20 years and have never found anything that stated James Parham of High Peake was born before 1626, or that he married Frances Holmes, or that he had a son named Matthew.  I also cannot even find any documentation on a Matthew Parham born 1625 in Virginia. If anyone can shed some light on this for me I would be most appreciative!!

Thank you in advance,
Lorrie Parham Burns

 43 
 on: August 06, 2014, 10:09:53 AM 
Started by BlountAdmin - Last post by robred99
Charles Blount/Blunt, b:10-23-1814, Bthplace unk, lived SC then FL, Annie E Owens(SC)
Charles W. Blount, b:10-10-1864, Gadsden County FL, Fannie Black
Ide Nelson Blount, b:02-18-1902, Gadsden County FL, Lottie Mae Lanier(Duplin NC)

 44 
 on: August 05, 2014, 09:14:10 PM 
Started by John W. Pruett - Last post by John W. Pruett
Bill Pruiett has completed an extensive download of the discussions, files, historical records/books, Richard A. Prewitt Books, photo albums, and other files from the Ancestry Pruett/Pruitt/Prewitt DNA Project. Most of these items can be reached by clicking on the link to one of our six DNA Family Groups. There is also an Other files and Albums link for the files and album not connected to one of our DNA Family Groups.

Bill has done an outstanding job with this web site which we refer to as the "Sister site".  Hopefully more categories can be added to this web site in the future.  http://dna.pruiett.net/

 45 
 on: August 05, 2014, 06:03:46 AM 
Started by lobobravo1945 - Last post by Maliclavelli
So now I am R-Z220. What does that mean?
Any help appreciated.
Michael

That these are your SNPs
R1b-P312>DF27>Z196>Z274>Z209>Z220
but you should know your position as to Z216 and L484.

 46 
 on: August 05, 2014, 01:56:29 AM 
Started by lobobravo1945 - Last post by lobobravo1945
So now I am R-Z220. What does that mean?
Any help appreciated.
Michael

 47 
 on: August 04, 2014, 05:39:45 PM 
Started by John W. Pruett - Last post by John W. Pruett
Polly who knows how long your peaceful Viking ancestors stayed in the Biitish Isles after they arrived.  That first one may have settled down with one of the Viking women who sometimes traveled with them.  More likely he "married" a Saxon, Anglo, or Jute woman.  Perhaps he preferred a pretty local Celtic woman.
 
I noticed that the new DNA tests like the Big-Y have more mtDNA results in them.  About five years ago years ago I was classified as just H.  Now I am H5a1g and my Big-Y results aren't included in this category.  Maybe one day they will have detailed mtdna information that would tell you who your ancestor settled down with.  I read last night about an extensive and very expensive full genome DNA test where the results are sent to you on a computer hard disk because they are so large.  DNA genealogy is making some advances.            

 48 
 on: August 04, 2014, 05:05:41 PM 
Started by Ardell Lynds - Last post by Elizabeth Pease
Pedigree posted by Elizabeth Pease, Aug 4, 2014
1. Robert Pease, b. 1485 Great Baddow, Eng. d. 1547 Great Baddow England
2. John Pease b. 1510 Great Baddow, England-d.10.13.1556 (m. Anne White)
3. John Pease b. 1540 Great Baddow England-d. 11.6.1616 Great Baddow, England (m. Margaret Hyches)
4. Robert Pease b. 10.25.1565 Great Baddow England-d. 4.16.1623 Great Baddow England (m. Margaret King)
5. John Pease b. 11.20 1608 Great Baddow England-d. 6.3.1677 Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts (m. Marie Browning)
6. Samuel Pease b. 1655 Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts-d. 10.12.1689 Newport, Rhode Island (m. Mary maiden name unknown)
7. Nathaniel Pease b. 1690 Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts-d. 10.20.1748 Exeter New Hampshire (m. Phebe Sanborne)
8. Samuel Pease b.12.14.1727 Exeter, New Hampshire-d. 1.6.1805 Parsonsfield, Maine (m. Dorothy "Dolly" maiden name unknown)
9. Joseph Pease b.11.12 1755 Newmarket, New Hampshire-d. 1826 Exeter, Maine (m. Ann Clark)
10. Samuel Pease b. 3.31.1792 Parsonsfield, Maine-d.6.9.1870 Exeter, Maine (m.Roxannah Hutchinson)
11. Elmer C Pease b. 12.28.1814 Maine-d. 12.15.1883 Exeter, Maine (m. Sarah Atwood)
12. Elmer Cushon Pease b. 1.3.1850 Stetson, Maine-d. 10.12.1910 Hanover, New Hampshire (m. Lucy Elizabeth Hartshorn)
13. Warren Cushon Pease b. 10.4.1886 Lunenberg, Vermont-d. 9.14.1932 Orange, Connecticut (m. Sarah Elizabeth "Bessie" Simpson)
14.  Robert James Pease b. 6.30.1928 Northampton, Massachusetts-d.12.10.1976 Murmansk, Russia (m. Grace Marie Maher)
15. Elizabeth  Pease b. 1962 Massachusetts

 49 
 on: August 04, 2014, 03:38:40 PM 
Started by John W. Pruett - Last post by Polly Zashin
John, I am willing to help those who do the $58 "upgrade" as well.  I  hope a lot of people do. . .my cousin Jim has done it, although the results aren't back yet.  The ancestry.com markers do have to be hand-entered.  I have the directions and will let you know how goes when I enter Jim's. . .I wonder if we I1 folks will eventually be able to trace back to the Viking ship that landed our ancestor in Britain. . .where he no doubt peacefully settled down with a nice Saxon girl. . .:)

 50 
 on: August 04, 2014, 05:18:17 AM 
Started by AussieBrett - Last post by AussieBrett
Between my Father's kit and my kit (with the Y-DNA67), it's showing quite a trend with West Cork.
These kits show a story towards, either a Desmond Fitzgerald or a Kildare connection.
My Y-DNA suggests there is a MacCarthy connection to the Fitzgerald name. It points towards the high probability of a Male MacCarthy marrying a Female Fitzgerald and they somehow remarried back in to the Fitzgerald line?
The Y-DNA shows Fitzgibbon's are at the 37 level, 1 Fitzgerald at the 12 Marker.
I have Sweeney, Mahoney, O'Sullivan, Collins, O'Driscoll and O'Shea ancestry.
I am either looking at the MacCarthy Reagh era or the Desmond line mixing most possibly with people at the "Kenmare" estates in Kerry.
Many people who mixed with these family lines, match up on either my kit (Y-DNA or Autosomal) or my Father's Autosomal.
Anyone with a similar story?

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