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 on: June 04, 2016, 03:55:14 AM 
Started by jjpackard56 - Last post by Donna Leslie Nicholson
Michael Louis Leslie kit # 512835
Donna Leslie Nicholson kit # 290235

Thomas Lesslie b 1725 Ireland d 1778 Abbeville, SC, Married Jane ukn b 1725 d 1780

Children of Thomas and Jane

Ann b 1752
William Lesly b 10 Nov 1754 Ireland, d 30 Dec 1821 Abbeville, SC, 
Married 9 Apr 1778 Ann Caldwell b 27 Sep 1759 d 28 Jul 1800
At age, 11 arrived in Charles Town, with his father, Thomas age 38 and his mother Jane age 38, siblings, his Uncle John b. 1727 and Aunt Mary b. 1725 and his cousins
Margaret b 1757
Thomas b 1760
Jane b 1763

Children of William Lesly and Ann Caldwell

Thomas b 12 May 1784 d 3 Jul 1784
James L b 8 Aug 1782 d 9 Aug 1808
John Harris b 11 Feb 1784 d 31 Jul 1855
Jane b 1 Feb 1786 d 9 Aug 1807
Robert Hall b 14 Sep 1787 d 9 Apr 1847
Elizabeth b 11 Dec 1789 d 17 Aug 1807
Ann b 7 Nov 1791 d 4 Jan 1863
William Lesly b 25 Apr 1793 Abbeville, SC, d 9 Feb 1897 Abbeville, SC, married Martha Emily White b 4 Jun 1811 d 7 Jul 1842
Thomas b 16 Jun 1795 d 16 Apr 1829
David b 15 Jun 1797 d 9 Feb 1854
Ezekiel b 1 Nov 1799 d 2 Oct 1809
Samuel Watt b 1 Sep 1803 d 22 Sep 1877

Children of William Lesly and Martha Emily White

Anna Louisa b 7 Oct 1828 d 14 Jul 1859
Augustus died young
Virginia Elizabeth b 30 Jan 1832 d 17 Nov 1903
Alpheus Ezekiel Lesly b. 2 Feb 1834 Abbeville, South Carolina d. 23 Mar 1905 married 8 May 1862 Virginia Caroline Miller b 15 Aug 1839, Abbeville, South Carolina
Llewellyn died young
William E died young
John Joseph b 27 May 1838 d 15 Oct 1906

Child of Alpheus Ezekiel and Virginia Miller

William Edwin Leslie b Abbeville SC d 19 Sep 1939 Abbeville SC, married 1893 Annie Donnald Henry b 8 Sep 1873 d 22 Dec 1946 Abbeville SC, She was the daughter of Francis aka Frank Henry b 23 Sep 1843 d 23 Mar 1912 and Sarah Ellen Hill b 14 Oct 1873 d 16 Apr 1927
William changed Lesly to Leslie

Children of William and Annie Henry

William Edwin Leslie, Jr. b 10 Jan 1895 d 3 Oct 1965
Frank Henry Leslie b May 1897 d 17 Jul 1984
Alpheus Ezekiel Leslie b. 16 May 1898 d 14 Nov 1986
Albert H Leslie b. 16 May 1898 d 28 Dec 1978
NOTE: Alpheus and Albert were twins
David Henry Leslie b 28 June 1900 d 7 Jul 1971 married 1934 Thelma Bernice Hazen b 6 Mar 1910 Starke, Florida d 13 Apr 1994, Suwannee Florida. She was daughter of Joseph F Hazen and Lydia C Sumner
Virginia Miller Leslie b 7 Aug 1902 d 15 Apr 1988 
John Donald Leslie b 18 Oct 1904 d 1 Sep 1951
Sarah Ellen Leslie b 14 Sep 1906 d 18 Oct 1977
Robert Hall Leslie b 3 Feb 1909 d 9 May 1986
Mack Henry Leslie b 1 Feb 1911 d 9 Jun 1979
James Lewis Leslie b 4 Mar 1913 d 24 Apr 2008
Nicholas Miller Leslie b 13 Aug 1916 d 4 May 1989
Annie L Donald Leslie b 10 May 1918 d 20 Jan 2003

Children of David Henry and Thelma Bernice Hazen

Willie Mae Leslie b 29 May 1932 d 4 Nov 2013
Nicholas Miller Leslie b 29 Feb 1936 Norfolk Virginia, d 22 Dec 1986 Summerville, Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA
Harper David Leslie b 1 Nov 1937 d 15 Apr 1968
Gene Autry Leslie b 11 Jun 1942 d 8 Apr 1967
William Edwin Leslie b 1943 whereabouts unknown
Jerry Madro Leslie b 25 Sep 1946 Charleston, South Carolina d 2 May 1947 Charleston, South Carolina, USA

 on: June 03, 2016, 03:22:00 PM 
Started by Lisa Hawkins - Last post by reggaeirie1234
I am a Purcell from Jamaica of mostly African origin (probably at least 7/8). My last name is Purcell. In our family, it is passed down that the Purcells from who we descended were Jewish immigrants from England or Ireland. Our family isn't sure which exactly. They have always said that our name Purcell is Hebrew though I think they meant Jewish. (Though I will admit I am not sure if Hebrew and Jewish are interchangeable). Anyway, the only Purcell in my lineage I have been told about got married to a Maroon woman. He would be my great great grandfather. His son, my great grandfather, and also my grandfather got married to Maroon women of mostly African descent as well. As our family got more African, the more they passed down the story of our Jewish ancestor who gave us the name Purcell. I hope this helps to shed some light.

 on: June 03, 2016, 01:23:25 PM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
This is Part 3 of John Cleary's excellent talk at the Who Do You Think You Are Live conference in Birmingham, England in April 2016.  Unlike the first two parts, this one only runs just over 18 minutes.  Furthermore, this part is really for everyone as John integrates SNP and STR testing with traditional genealogical documentation to reconstruct both surname and genetic family trees.  This is the core message of what can be done with modern genetic genealogy IF you test enough people in the right ways.  I think most people will enjoy how John shows how to solve genealogical dilemmas through the use of genetics.

 on: June 03, 2016, 01:11:10 PM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
This is Part 2 of John Cleary's talk at the Who Do You Think You Are Live conference in Birmingham, England in April 2016.  Although it also runs just over 23 minutes, like Part 1, it is highly technical and focuses on Next Generation Sequencing tests, like Family Tree DNA's Big Y or Full Genomes Corporation's Y Elite 2.1.  Therefore, I would suggest that the people who might be most interested in this will be those Members who have either taken one of these tests or are considering taking them in the future.  In addition, if you do watch this, the density of the material, presented through slides and tables, is such that you might want to be ready to pause or reverse the video in order to give yourself time to read thoroughly the material he presents and try to digest it mentally.  Even then, unless you have exposure to this before, you may need to review it over again in the future as your knowledge about this subject increases.  That said, it is excellent and covers a lot of the questions that people pose in Haplogroup Activity Feeds after they get their NGS results.

 on: June 02, 2016, 06:48:45 PM 
Started by Lori Holt-Galvin - Last post by Lori Holt-Galvin

There is a discounted price if the test is ordered through the project.  I need to find out how to do this.

We have corresponded before, and I believe we may have a common male ancestor.  I'm going to contact you directly about this.


 on: June 02, 2016, 02:41:12 PM 
Started by Lori Holt-Galvin - Last post by banjoholt
My name is Jamie Holt. I have tested 111 markers and am no match to any Holts on here. My grandfather was Harvey Lester Holt. His mother was a Holt, so it is not surprising to me that I don't match any Holts. I would however like to get a male descendant of one of my grandfather's uncles to take the Y dna test. My line goes from David Holt, Sr. b1773 m. Frances Collins-Andrew Jackson Holt b. 1820 m. Millie Lawson-James M. Holt b.1858 m. Delila F. Fry-Millie Holt(my great grandma) was not married and had Harvey Holt(my grandfather). James Holt and wife Delila had sons Sherman, Will, and Joe. I would like to get one of their descendants to take the Y dna test. Are there any extra funds to offset costs of the test??? Thanks!!!

 on: June 02, 2016, 12:11:34 PM 
Started by Lori Holt-Galvin - Last post by Lori Holt-Galvin
It might be helpful if you posted which Nicholas you are researching.  There may be more than one.  Dates of birth and/or death and spouse's name might help other researchers identify who you are looking for.

 on: June 02, 2016, 11:12:59 AM 
Started by Lori Holt-Galvin - Last post by Matthew L. Holt
Hi, I was wondering if any Nicholas Holt descendants had gotten pass him and found some solid information on his Ancestry . Last I checked a few years ago his Ancestry was still unknown but had a lot of unproven theories.

 on: May 31, 2016, 07:56:34 PM 
Started by Kathryn Lloyd-Woodard - Last post by MAlford
my father (surname Alford) tested as I-M253 and he only has one other match for Loyd. I have been in contact with the match's sister. She gave me some Virginia info but together we have not been able to make the connection. I believe I know how my father ended up with the Alford name (believe he is an Alford on the maternal line). The story happens several generations ago. Would like to hear what you have learned. Rockingham is interesting. As far as we know, there are no Rockingham connections. Our Loyds go back to Yorktown in the 1600s. I will have to look up the info to remember the names of the parents who left England for Yorktown. Some of the children went to Ohio and on to California.

 on: May 30, 2016, 12:50:12 PM 
Started by LaurieD - Last post by ErickaHall
I got my 23 and me reports back and I am in the Maternal Haplogroup J2a1a1b.  I also had my father do the test.  My mother died in 1997 and she had no sisters. Her mother died in 86 and all of her sisters are now dead too.  That's as far back as I can go really; I know my great-grandmother's name but not her maiden name, she died in the early 80's.  I have some pictures of my great-grandmother.  She's fair complected, blue eyes as I remember even though the photos are black and white.  From what I remember, that side of the family is from northern Europe/Scandinavia.  Maternal lines are so hard to trace with maiden names and so on.  It doesn't help that the line ends with me, I have no daughters, I was an only child, my mom had a brother but no sisters, my grandmother's sisters all had boys!     

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