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 71 
 on: July 21, 2015, 09:49:40 AM 
Started by Adrian Ballard - Last post by Adrian Ballard
I have a McClendon in my project trying to find matches !!

If you can help please contact me

https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/r-1b-s14328-genealogy/about/background

 72 
 on: July 20, 2015, 10:20:16 AM 
Started by deatonadmin - Last post by Sonia (Nance) Roberts
?Thomas Elijah DEATON b. 1679 m. Mary CORRINGTON
?Thomas Elijah DEATON b. 1710 VA m. Mary GIBBS b. 1716 VA
Levi DEATON Sr. b. 1748 VA m. Martha Cady VASSER b. 1758 VA
Elijah DEATON b. 1778 VA m. Nancy POLLARD b. 1778 VA
Nancy DEATON b. 1806 VA m. George William OWENS b. 1811 VA
Elkanah "Alcanie" NANCE b. 1846 VA m. Mary Clark OWENS b. 1846 VA
Beverly Deaton NANCE b. 1881 VA m. Lucy "Lula" Bell CARR b. 1885 VA

Pedigree for Family Finder Kit #255553 & 260544

 73 
 on: July 19, 2015, 03:32:01 PM 
Started by Jtel09 - Last post by Jtel09
This new topic is to share with readers certain aspects of the Nordic history culture and arts.
Based on  the topic titled "An Ancient Dual-Lineage of Sheets Surname?"
from what Dracunberg shared regarding the Skeid, Shoot-ers ethno-technical-associative surname development.

I like to share I have an academic & leisure background in Social Sciences, History, along with involvement with recreating history based upon historical artifacts or documents. So, with this in mind; here is some info regarding the quasi namesake Sheets-Shoot-Skied artifact later in the message to a group of people who recreated a modern day Skeid.

About the 5 ships in Denmark on display at the museum
Vikings: Secrets of the Vikings: The Viking Longship Video  time 6:48 min
https://youtu.be/yB4s3nQtZqE

website for Viking long ship classes  
http://home.online.no/~joeolavl/viking/viking_longship.htm


"The Viking longship from Skuldelev aka.
Skuldelev wreck 2 Denmark
The longship was the warship of the viking age.
Site of find Skuldelev strait, the Roskilde fjord, Denmark.

Materials: oak on oak
Length: 30 m
Width: 3,8 m
Draught: 0,9 m
Deplacement: 25 tons
Sail area: ca 120 m2
Pairs of oars: 30
Crew: 70 - 80 men, of those 60 rowers
Cruising speed: 6 - 8 knots
Max. speed: about 15 knots
The ship is built around 1042 AD
Building site: Glendalough, close to Dublin, Ireland.

A full scale replica was built at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde. It was sea launched in 2004, and named "Havhingsten fra Glendalough" or the "Sea Stallion" after its place of origin in Ireland. In 2007 the Sea Stallion sailed to Ireland, and returned to Denmark in the next summer."


The following link is to a Modern skeid history recreation construction at facebook. based upon the above artifact find of the ship's within the Denmark Ship museum. the group obtained funds, recreated the designs, built, tested, and then sailed the "Sea Stallion" Skeid for 6 long weeks in foul wet weather from Denmark to Ireland, a total of 1200 nautical miles.  There are quite a few wonderful videos & photos of their adventures within the Skeid to various ports & sites.

I can not import these videos or photos at this time. Yet, I encourage all to see what a true Skeid looks like and handles at sea. Enjoy
https://www.facebook.com/havhingsten/videos

Another video of the Sea Stallion Skeid under sail at sea https://youtu.be/fWU7XwED_yA

Viking DNA expert leads longboat raid to Norway, University of Norway time 5:47 min
A 54-strong 'Viking Navy' led by a University of Nottingham scientist and Viking expert has just returned from an unusual expedition to Norway, to row the largest replica Viking longship ever built.
https://youtu.be/9aTzNoo-hxY

 74 
 on: July 19, 2015, 02:44:27 PM 
Started by Dracunberg - Last post by Jtel09
Thank you for sharing your research & insightful efforts, it was a pleasure to read.

I will write a related topic "I1-Nordic Socio-History Culture & Arts", so as not to side track/derail this topic

 75 
 on: July 18, 2015, 11:32:27 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by borber
kit #:  419780

earliest know ancestor:   Shlomo (Solomon) Berman

pedigree:   Shlomo (Solomon) Berman  born about 1850th, died about 1910th,  married Perla Vinokur  


                  Isaak Berman, born about 1870th, died 1935, married Sara-Lia Maron    Svisloch, Belarus
             Ioha Berman      born 1901  died 1941
        Israel Berman    born 1903   died 1988   married Fruma Harson
                      Isaak Berman born 1936
            Isabella Berman  born 1939 died 1992
            Asya Berman      born 1946
         Moisei Berman    born        died 1941  married Lisa
         Ilia   Berman    born 1909  died 1992
         Rafail Berman    born 1914        married Sofia Batkilin
         Matvei Berman    born 1920  died 1942

                    Rivka Berman,  born about 1880th,  died ?, married Iosif Bregman

                    Kaila Berman,     born ?,    married Samual Levin

          Freida Berman     born ?,    married ?

 76 
 on: July 18, 2015, 07:21:40 PM 
Started by Admin - Last post by smokobob
Henry Venn b1704 Payhembury (Dev.) m Jane Good
Henry Venn b1734 Warkleigh m Sarah Govier
Henry Venn b1761 Kings Nympton m Ann Cheldon
William Venn b 1787 Kings Nympton m Mary Maunder
Henry Venn b 1817 Cruwys Morchard m Mary Quick
John Venn b 1850 Cruwys Morchard m Hester Collings
Alan Venn b 1885 Littleham m Emily Piddington

 77 
 on: July 18, 2015, 03:52:16 PM 
Started by PrattAdmin - Last post by Matt Newman
1.) Daniel Pratt b. abt 1780 NY d. bef. 1850 OH m. Rocitty Tuttle
2.) Ransom Pratt b. 1814 PA d. abt. 1863 Hancock Co., OH m. Rachel Sample
3.) Franklin (Francis) Pratt b. 1855 Hancock Co., OH d. 1929 Hardin Co., OH m. Eliza Smith
4.) Elmer Ellsworth Pratt b. 1885 Hardin Co., OH d. 1945 Allen Co., OH m. Daisy McMillen
5.) John Pratt
6.) Merle Pratt (kit 415485)

- posted by Matt Newman (mtnewman [at} gmail . c o m)

 78 
 on: July 17, 2015, 04:28:46 PM 
Started by Jtel09 - Last post by Jtel09
Hi reader,
Sometimes, when the paper trail ends or a brick wall exists, genetic genealogy can help advance in locating other people to help share and collaborate. For me, that is my experience of how I arrived to share at this forum.

Helpful hint some people make the distinction in slang  as "Gene-alogy" and also in intonation.

I will share some Genetic Genealogy Information beyond the basic Y-DNA Haplogroups and paired pedigrees. This of course requires a person "Kit's full genetic sequence test raw data results"

Certain advances have been made in the field of Gene-alogy since 2006 onward.

So I will share a few links to Information, Blogs, Genetics Libraries and more within this topic-thread.

a Blog shared by the Genetic Genealogists (Tool Box) snip excerpt
"In addition to the information you received from 23andMe, Family Tree DNA, or AncestryDNA about your ancestry, there is a wealth of additional information still within in your DNA.  Below (in alphabetical order) are some of the most popular and well-known tools for wringing every last bit of information out of your raw data, and maximizing the cost of your DNA test."
read more at
http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com/2013/09/22/what-else-can-i-do-with-my-dna-test-results/

About the Genetic Genealogist site:
The Genetic Genealogist examines the intersection of traditional genealogical techniques and modern genetic research. The blog also explores the latest news and developments in the related field of personal genomics.


Additionally, there is a site for newbies to learn complete with terms, concepts, graphs and more to learn at the educational non profit, International Society of Genetic Genealogy  http://www.isogg.org/

Next are ISOGG Autosomnal DNA tools
There are a number of autosomal DNA tools which can be used on your match data or raw data from a 23andMe, AncestryDNA or Family Tree DNA Family Finder test.
http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Autosomal_DNA_tools

Updated: 19 July 2015

 79 
 on: July 16, 2015, 07:37:35 PM 
Started by Gloria Leslie - Last post by Gloria Leslie
John Leslie kit.# B37491 lorraine.besmeratgmail.com
John Leslie b. Scotland, married Ann Huston
Children:
Jacob Leslie b. 794 PA
Elizabeth b. PA
5 more children

Jacob married Jannette McClellan.  After her death he married a widow Mary Mathews Menoher and moved to Ohio.

 80 
 on: July 15, 2015, 10:43:53 AM 
Started by Kevan Crawford - Last post by Noles2013
My pedigree is as follows. Both my father and brother have been tested and are JM172

#s 333143 and 272896

Lester Crawford - died about 1815, Pulaski County, Ga.
Ezekiel Crawford - 1800-1880, Berrien County, Ga.
John Elbert Crawford - 1859-1930.Wakulla County, Fl
Henry Crawford, 1890-1972,  Leon County, Fl
Henry "Nick" Crawford, 1934-1997, Leon County, Fl
Thomas Crawford (333143)
Thomas J. Crawford (272896)

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