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« Reply #25 on: March 31, 2010, 11:55:44 AM »

Pedigree for Daniel Sargent Kit 176768 sargent.d AT gmail.com

Hugh Sargent, b 1530, Northamptonshire, England, d 23 February 1595/96, m Margaret Gifford

Roger Sargent, b 1560, Northamptonshire, England, d 16 July 1649, m Ellen Makernes

John Sargent, b 23 November 1605, m Anne Orphin

John Sargent, b 1633-1635, England, m Martha Axford

Digory Sargent, b before 22 June 1651, Saint Germans, Cornwall, England, d bet 1703-1704, Worcester, MA, m Mary Parmenter

John Sargent, Lieut., b abt. 1697, Worcester, MA, d 29 March 1748, Fort Dummer, VT, m Abigail Jones

Thomas Sargent, Lieut., b 23 February 1733/34, Fort Dummer, VT, d 19 April 1783, Brattleboro, VT, m Anna Stebbins

Elihu Sargent, b 3 May 1758, Brattleboro, VT, d 1 December 1833, Brattleboro, VT, m Mary Kathan

Elihu Sargent, b 13 November 1780, Dummerston, VT, d 1842, Littleton, NH, m Betsy Barrows

Roswell Sargent, b 28 July 1813, Littleton, NH, d 6 June 1867, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada, m Mary Morse

Harvey Sargent, b 16 July 1844, Littleton, NH, d 10 January 1938, Tilton, NH, m Lucy Bates

Ernest-Wright Sargent, b 18 October 1868, Derby, V, d 30 May 1932, Attleboro, MA, m Lottie Kimball

Kimball Herbert Sargent, b 21 August 1905, Plainville, MA, d 28 September 1990, North Attleboro, MA, m Winifred Andrews
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« Reply #26 on: April 10, 2010, 02:41:38 AM »

Hi Daniel,

Your pedigree has been posted:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats

I'm looking forward to seeing if your Y-DNA results can shed any light on the discussion of Hugh Sargent's descendants.  There are now two different Haplogroups for him.  See the discussion at:

See Sargent Forum Discussion topic: Different Haplogroups for Hugh (b.1530) and William (b.1606)
http://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?topic=9247.msg115832#msg115832

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« Reply #27 on: May 04, 2010, 04:11:06 PM »

Pedigree for Malcolm Lee Sargent, ID AN2, malcolms@life.illinois.edu

Hugh Sargent, b c 1530, Courteenhall, Northampton, England, m Margaret Gifford
Roger Sargent, b c 1562, Courteenhall, Northampton, England, m Ellen Makernes
William Sargent, b 20 Jan 1602, Courteenhall, Northampton, England, m Hannah?, Marie? & Sarah?
John Sargent, b 8 Dec 1639, Charlestown, Barnstable, MA m Deborah Hiller
Joseph Sargent, b 18 Apr1663, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, m Mary Green
Jabez Sargent, b 1692, Malden, Middlesex, MA, m Mary Lynde
Jabez Sargent, b 18 Jan 1720, Malden, Middlesex, MA, m Abigail Mower
Amos Sargent, b 7 Apr 1753, Malden, Middlesex, MA, m Sarah Bowker
Silas Sargent, b 1 Oct 1795, Chester, Windsor, VT, m Roxanna Mead
Edmund T. Sargent, b 19 Aug1837, Chester, Windsor, VT, m Fidelia Bonnell & Ada A. Murdock
Edmund Leland Sargent, b 16 Feb 1884, Sherwood, Branch, MI, m Ida Catherine Durfee
Leland Edmund Sargent, b 3 Nov 1907, Sherwood, Branch, MI, m Ruth Gould Wood
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« Reply #28 on: May 10, 2010, 04:58:02 PM »

I'm not sure if the Subclade can be determined from the 12 marker STR test.  Hopefully you can help me with that.  The Haplogroup Estimator indicates I'm R1b.
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« Reply #29 on: May 10, 2010, 05:10:55 PM »

Everyone who tests at FTDNA is guaranteed a haplogroup estimate with their 12 marker test.  If you did not get a haplogroup estimate (and have a "dash" instead of a haplogroup), contact FTDNA and ask them to followup for you with their haplogroup assurance testing

Note - if you are only tested at 12 markers, your test has very limited applicability for genealogy.  WE recommend at least 37 markers for genealogical research

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« Reply #30 on: May 11, 2010, 11:47:38 AM »

Hi Malcolm,

Your pedigree has been posted:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats

Unfortunately, it looks like the mystery of Hugh Sargents descendants will remain unresolved, until more 25 or 37 marker results are available.
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« Reply #31 on: June 03, 2010, 07:54:35 PM »

The following pedigree is an update for Roger Sargent and Betsey Currier.  I had held off including Thomas Sargent as Rogers father because I could not find any source documentation.  Thomas is identified as the probable father of Roger in Babsons genealogy of the Sargent Family.  I do know that Roger and Thomas lived at one point only a few houses apart in West Gloucester, MA.  It would be nice if the DNA might help confirm this.

Hugh Sargent, b 1530, Northamptonshire, Eng d 1838   m Margaret Gifford
John Sargent, b 1566, Northamptonshire, Eng  d 1614   m Flower A Martin
Andrew Sargent, b 1597 Bristol, Gloucestershire, Eng d 1629 m Mary Wathen
William Sargent, b 20 Jun 1624 Gloucester, Essex, MA d 1715 m Abigail Clark
John Sargent, b 18 Mar 1653 Gloucester, Essex, MA    d 1710 m Hannah Hayward
John Sargent, b 29 Mar 1682 Gloucester, Essex, MA    d 1754 m Mary Ring
Thomas Sargent b 19 Oct 1739 Gloucester, Essex, MA d 1829 m ? Haskell
Roger Sargent b 1794 Gloucester, Essex, MA            d 1838 m Betsey Currier
Thomas Jefferson Sargent b 23 Apr 1825 Gloucester, Essex, MA d 1903 m Mary Elizabeth Albert
Thomas Jefferson Sargent b 1 Sep 1857 Gloucester, Essex, MA d 1937 m Lavinia Watson
Albert Warren Sargent b 1889 Salem, Essex, MA       d 1950 m Edith M Wright

My 23andme.com  Haplogroup is R1b1b2a1a2d3a
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« Reply #32 on: June 20, 2010, 05:51:56 PM »

the 37 marker test has been ordered.  The pedigree is as follows through males born prior to 1910:

William Sargent – b. 28 Jun 1606 in  Bath, Somerset, England - m. Elizabeth Perkins
William Sargent – b. 21 Nov 1645 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts – m. Mary Colby
Philip Sargent – b. 12 Aug 1672 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts – m. Mary Tewksbury
Charles Sargent – b. 10 Oct. 1694 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts – m. Hepzibah Heath
Aaron Sargent – b. 13 Feb, 1726 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts – m. Submit Esterbrook
Samuel Sargent – b. 26 Feb 1752 in Canterbury, New Hampshire – m. Miriam Tucker
Dominicus Sargent – b. 11 Nov. 1778 Canterbury, New Hampshire – m. Joanna Miles
John Elkins Sargent – b. 4 Jan 182 in Wheelock, Vermont – m. Abigail Huntly
Leonard Patrick Sargent – b. 31 Mar 1960 at Potton, Brome, Quebec, Canada – m. Ellen M. Hughes
Leonard Francis Sargent – b. 18 Mar 1885 at Day, Marathon, Wisconsin – m. Anna Gardner

Pedigree Provider:  Suzanne Gales suega21@hotmail.com
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« Reply #33 on: July 09, 2010, 09:51:07 PM »

There are 18 people who went to the time and expense (mostly expense) of providing DNA samples, so one would think that you would like to know about your ancestry.

Unfortunately 6 of us only ordered 12 marker tests which really are not useful.  But we do have 12 others at 25 or more markers, so we should be able to help some of us.  What we need now is to be brutally honest, we need accurate pedigree lines to the earliest KNOWN ancestor.  By KNOWN, I mean proved and backed up by documentation, not just someone else's family tree published on an internet site.

My name is Fred Dickie, My mother Joan Sargent is descended from Lauris E Sargent, The following pedigree of Lauris depends in large part on the work of Edwin Everett Sargent who Published the 'Sargent Record - William Sargent of Ipswitch, Newbury, Hampton, Salisbury and Amesbury New England US - His Descendants their intermarriages and other Sargent Branches' published by the Caledonian Company, Printers and Publishers - 1899.  His Pedigree is as follows;

--Lauris Edwin Sargent - B 15 Sep 1907 in Franklin NH m Dorothy M Kleynen - I have a copy of his Birth certificate which lists Charles and Gertrude as parents
--Charles D Sargent - B 19 JUN 1882 m Gertrude Ernestine Abbott - I have a copy of his Birth certificate which lists Frank and Nettie as parents, he is also listed as a child of Frank V Sargent #1504 in the Sargent Record
--Frank V Sargent - B 17 FEB 1856 in Franklin, New Hampshire m Nellie A Johnston - #1504 in the Sargent Record
--Valentine Sargent - B 10 OCT 1810 in Hill, Grafton County, New Hampshire m Mercy A Follansbee - #1148 in the Sargent Record
--Samuel Sargent - B 17 FEB 1778 in Hill, Merrimack County, New Hampshire m Betsey Winchester - #657 in the Sargent Record
--Phineas Sargent - B 3 JUL 1750 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m Rebecca Wells - #299 in the Sargent Record
--Timothy Sargent - B 26 MAR 1725 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m Hannah Sargent - #104 in the Sargent Record
--Timothy Sargent - B 11 MAR 1698 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m Mary Williams - #34 in the Sargent Record
--Charles Sargent - B 31 JAN 1674 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m Hannah Foote - #12 in the Sargent Record
--William Sargent - B 21 NOV 1645 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m Mary Colby - #3 in the Sargent Record
--William Sargent - B 28 JUN 1606 in Bath, Somerset, England m Elizabeth Perkins - #1 in the Sargent Record

Beyond this it is murky, the Sargent Record lists Richard Sargent as the Father of William (1606) and there is speculation of a link (however tenuous) to Hugh Sargent of Courteenhall England.  Many Bona Fide genealogists reject this link because of a lack of evidence, yet this ancestry appears on many family trees published on the Internet.  Since this relationship can not be backed up by documentation, I have not listed either Richard or Hugh as my earliest KNOWN ancestor.

However, I was hoping to find another Sargent with a documented ancestry to Hugh through one of his other children.  A DNA comparison could then confirm there is no ancestry from my line back to Hugh or give me a probability to this ancestry.

The Patriarch's page of this site lists a lineage (Kit #AN-2) of Leland Edmund Sargent back through "Reverend" William Sargent of Malden to Hugh Sargent.  This lineage is documented in "Sargent Genealogy, Hugh Sargent, of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire and his Descendants in England, William Sargent of Malden New England and his Descendants in America" by John S. Sargent and Aaron Sargent 1895.  If the submitter, Malcolm Sargent, can document the connection between the DNA Owner of his sample and this pedigree, then my questions are answered and William of Amesbury is not descended from Hugh of Courteenhall.  I have tried to contact Malcolm but have not received a reply.

Additionally Kit NT2401, submitted by dbsargent may be related to Hugh but not through William of Amesbury (there are 7 discrepancies in 12 markers between his sample and mine).  With more markers he may find there is a greater chance his lineage is related to Hugh via William of Malden where there are only 2 discrepancies in 12 markers.

Furthermore, Ken Sargent (Kit #AN-3) lists his earliest Known Ancester as Roger b 1794 and goes on to suggest a lineage back to Hugh on the Patriarch page.  A comparison between his sample and that of AN-2 suggests that there is no connection to any of Hugh's descendents.  Provided, of course, that AN-2 is documented

So, what's it going to be, do we want to get serious and try to answer some questions or is this just a fad that is falling out of favor.  All my documentation is either scanned or digitally photographed and I have placed the documents on a web FTP site I maintain.  I will make it available to anyone that wants to examine it.  I will also offer to upload and store any documentation of those that want to make it available.  I can provide instructions for you to upload your own documentation or you can email it to me and I will do the upload.  If you send me copies, I will scan and upload it.  My email address is fdickiejr at yahoo dot com.

Sincerely
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« Reply #34 on: July 11, 2010, 05:00:22 PM »

Hi all

I just received a reply to my query of the owner of kit AN-2 and I am satisfied that This DNA sample is indeed linked to the line of Leland Edmund Sargent back through "Reverend" William Sargent to Hugh Sargent of Courteenhall England.

That means that my line as well as any others that do not match kit AN-2 to at least 21 or 22 out of 25 markers are probably not descendants of Hugh Sargent.

Sorry for the bad news folks, but for me, anyway, the truth about my ancestry is more important than who my ancestors were.

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« Reply #35 on: July 28, 2010, 10:21:09 AM »

Thanks Fred for laying out in concrete terms. 

I just went through the posted information and compared all the results to mine (recently upgraded to 37 markers but I only have results for the first 25 in thus far).  I have 7 markers out of 25 different from AN2.  The closest match I have to any of the kits in the table is 6 markers different out of 25 (142966). 

I'm not entirely sure that I understand what this means.  When I compare 142966 and AN2 they only have 8 different out of 25 (FYI)  What is the cut off for determining a match exists?

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« Reply #36 on: July 29, 2010, 09:26:26 PM »

Hi Sargent.d

In my reading thus far I was led to believe that 23/25 or 35/37 matches or better was needed to establish a reasonable likelihood of a match, but now I'm not so sure.  If you go to the bottom of the y-Results page you will find a link to 'Reading and Comparing Results' this gives a good high level view of your results and what they mean when comparing to others.  There are other links on this page that look interesting but I have not had ttime to read them yet.

One of the things I learned from the High level explanation is that the results we have so far in my case pretty much confirm that William of Amesbury is not descended from Hugh Sargent of Courteenhall, but as far as your results are concerned, I would not be prepared to rule anything in or out without a little more knowledge. 

I plan to read more on the issue and apply what I learn to the results in the Sargent Project.  Let's see where it takes us.

Good Luck
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« Reply #37 on: July 29, 2010, 09:40:50 PM »

If you aren't matching at or better than 23/25 (ideally at 33/37 or better - as 25 markers isn't a safe bet anymore) you need a really good reason to think you have a match.  (there ae a few odd cases that you need an old pro to look at)

I strongly encourage comparing "iffy" matches at higher levels.  These days - 67 is the gold standard

A difference of 8 at 25 is clearly no shared ancestry for a long time.  That one is a safe conclusion. 

If you have a specific comparison that is confusing you - send me an email with the specifics

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« Reply #38 on: July 30, 2010, 10:00:26 AM »

Thanks Terry and Again Fred.

After making that post I did some searching online for Y Marker comparison calculators.  I sent several screen shots from the one that I found that allows use of different mutation rates (FTDNA - Optimistic rate or McDonald Pessimistic rate).

http://www.mymcgee.com/tools/yutility.html?mode=ftdna_mode

Based on the information I put in, the only pair of kits in the R1b1b1 grouping with at least 25 markers that are likely related within a genealogical time frame are 163140 and 150537.  Using the FTDNA optimistic mutation rate and 30 years per generation, there is a 50% chance that they had a common ancestor in the last 240 years and likely had a common ancestor in the last 270 years. 

Using the pessimistic McDonald rate that number goes to 50% between 300 and 450 years ago and likely between 300 and 570 years ago.  The rest of us are no closer than 1000 years and likely beyond 2000 years if at all.  Virtually no likelihood of a common ancestor.

I did not run these calculations for the other haplo groups.  The interface is a little clunky and it took some work to get the data into the correct format, but I believe I have it set up correctly and that the stated numbers above are accurate (in terms of my reporting of them).

That said, I think we should have an expert take a look to confirm first.  I think that we need to break the entire R1 haplo group table into individuals though (the above mentioned pair excluded). All we can do then is hope to add people to specific groups as the relevant matches come in.

I dont see a way to upload images directly but the closest genetic distance between any of the 8 individuals that I compared (excluding the two above) was 6 which FTDNA agrees is a low likelihood of common ancestor in Genealogical times.  Note that I am not referring to number of Marker discrepancies. 

Sorry for the long post.

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« Reply #39 on: August 01, 2010, 09:31:54 PM »

It's a little more precise to work in generations than years when you can.  FTDNA's calculator gives these two men with a 24/25 match a 51% probability of sharing a MRCA within 7 generations.   Based on their match, genetically they could be father and son or not share an MRCA for 2 dozen generations - with 7 generations as the probability mid point (half the time a 24/25 match is 7 generations or less to MRCA and half the time they are more than 7 generations to MRCA)

Your comparisons on the R1b men would have a higher confidence and better precision if they were all tested at 37 or 67 markers - but I know you work with what you have.   (We now have so many R1b results in the system that it is possible - though still unlikely - to get false matches at 25 markers) 
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« Reply #40 on: August 10, 2010, 01:10:13 PM »

Hi Suzanne,

Your pedigree has been posted:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats

The Y-DNA results have also been posted but the question of Hugh Sargent's descendants remains.  There are two different Haplogroups for him.  See the Sargent Forum Discussion topic: Different Haplogroups for Hugh (b.1530) and William (b.1606)
http://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?topic=9247.msg115832#msg115832

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« Reply #41 on: September 18, 2010, 01:02:12 PM »

Hi,

I am posting my Sargent pedigree through my father, Ross, for whom I've just ordered a DNA test.

Richard Sargent, m Katherine Steevenes 22 November 1602, Abbey Church, Bath, England
William Sargent, b. 1606, Bath, England, d. March 1675, Amesbury, MA, m. Elizabeth Perkins
William Sargent, b. 21 November 1645, Salisbury, MA, d. 1712, Amesbury, MA, m. Mary Colby of Amesbury, MA, 23 September 1668
Charles Sargent, b. 31 January 1674, Amesbury , MA, d. 6 August 1737, Amesbury, MA, m. Hannah Foot(e)
Elias Sargent, b. 10 August 1707, Amesbury, MA, m. Anna Hadley of Amesbury MA, 21 September 1727
Trueworthy Sargent, b. 14 September 1729, m. Hopestill Weed of Amesbury MA, 22 November 1750
Jacob Sargent, b. 11 September 1751, Amesbury, MA, d. 19 May 1832, Thornton, NH, m. Mary Pattee (1750-1817)
Jacob Sargent, b. 1792, Thornton, NH, m. Martha Webster of Thornton, NH c. 1814
Andrew Jackson Sargent, b. 5 February 1832, Thornton, NH, d. Middle Bar, CA, m. Julia Moffatt of County Mayo Ireland in Chicago, IL 5 February 1832.
Jacob Livermore Sargent, b. 4 July 1867 at Lodi, CA, m. Elizabeth Quinn, 15 July 1891 at Jackson, CA.
Jacob Joseph Sargent, b. 24 October 1896 in CA, d. 28 May 1960, Stockton, CA, bur. San Bruno, CA, Golden Gate National Cemetery, m. Olga Borelli Sbragia of Jamestown, CA, c. 1939
Ross Livermore Sargent, b. CA, m. Lorraine Kaseman of Wishek, ND
Nadine Sargent, b. CA, m. Jorge Asef of Cordoba, Argentina (Other daughter of Ross and Lorraine - Deirdre Sargent of CA)
Children of Nadine and Jorge:  Ross Alejandro and Adriana Lorraine
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« Reply #42 on: September 28, 2010, 11:45:48 AM »

Hi Nasef,

Your pedigree has been posted at:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats

I look forward to the results of the Y-DNA analysis, and hope a match is found.  We have 8 different family lines now with only one DNA analysis for each.  Without a match, it's impossible to establish a lineage that matches the pedigrees.
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« Reply #43 on: October 17, 2010, 01:23:52 PM »

My name is Susan Dunlop. My connection is as below.

My maternal grandmother Agnes Langlais[/u] b12/17/1906 Riviere du Loup Quebec  Canada died January 7, 1990 Aroostook County Maine m William Berube

Her father Emile Langlais b 1884 Canada m. Rose-Delima Berube

His father Felix Langlais b 03 April 1859 St-Cyprien, Rivière du Loup Canada m
Marie-Appoline Bergeron
Pauline Damboise b 20 February 1852
St-Jean Baptise, L'Iles Verte, Rivière du Loup Canada
 
His father Michel Langlais Serien
b15 October 1818 probablement Cacouna, Rivière du Loup Canada m
Henriette    Sirois Duplessis b15 November 1837 Canada

His father Jean-Baptiste Langlais Serien
 b 29 March 1783  Rivière Ouelle, Kamouraska Canada m
 Marie-Rose Gueret Dumont b1788 Canada

His father Henri Serien Langlais b 06 August 1752
Rivière Ouelle, Kamouraska Canada m
Anne-Marie Doucet b 1751
Port Royal, Acadie, (Annapolis, Nova Scotia) Canada

His father Jean-Francois  Langlais b 03 April 1720  Riviere-Ouelle Canada m
Marie-Josephe   Hudon b 29 March 1730 Riviere-Ouelle Canada

His father Daniel-Louis-Philippe Sargent Langlais
b August 1699 Worcester, Massachussets United States USA
Death:     03 August 1728   Kamouraska Canada m
Marguerite Lavoie b 22 October 1693 Riviere-Ouelle Canada
Burial 05 February 1773    Riviere-Ouelle Canada

His father Digory Sargent b 22 June 1651 Saint Germans, Co. Cornwall  England
Death  1703 about - Age: 52 Worcester MA  United States USA m
Mary Oben Parmenter b 1656 England








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« Reply #44 on: October 19, 2010, 10:33:30 AM »

Hi Susan,

Your pedigree has been posted at:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats

Do you know any male Langlais relatives that are interested in genealogy?  It would be great to establish a Langlais-Sargent DNA connection. Here's an interesting history of Digory Sargent and his descendants:

http://www.usgennet.org/usa/vt/county/windham/digory.html
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« Reply #45 on: February 07, 2011, 03:21:25 AM »

My name is Dwayne Dion

My mother was Lorraine Germaine Langlais (1935-1983) Fall River, MA m Maurice Dion
Her father was Oscar Joseph Langlais 9/10/1907-10/23/1975 Fall River, MA m Eva Labbe
His father Alphonse Langlais 8/8/1875 Riviere Ouelle, Can - abt 1947 Fall River, MA m Genevieve Rioux
His father Jean Thomas Langlais 6/1/1841-8/19/1916 Riviere Ouelle, Can m Marie Hudon dit Beaulieu
His father Jean Serien dit Langlais 5/7/1798-8/5/1865 Riviere Ouelle, Can m Marie Roy Desjardins
His father Jean Francois Serien dit Langlais 12/20/1753-7/29/1828 m Marie Madeleine Marguis
His father Francois  Langlais 4/3/1720-1/16/1797  Riviere-Ouelle Canada m
Marie-Josephe   Hudon b 29 March 1730 Riviere-Ouelle Canada

His father Daniel Sargent aka Louis-Philippe Serien Langlais
b August 1699 Worcester, Massachussets United States USA
Death:     03 August 1728   Kamouraska Canada m
Marguerite Lavoie b 22 October 1693 Riviere-Ouelle Canada
Burial 05 February 1773    Riviere-Ouelle Canada

His father Digory Sargent b 22 June 1651 Saint Germans, Co. Cornwall  England
Death  1703 about - Age: 52 Worcester MA  United States USA m
Mary Oben Parmenter b 1656 England

Looking into having a male cousin/uncle submit DNA. Is it true I do not qualify being son of female Langlais?

For future reference, I have one of the most complete collection of Langlais trees showing all male Langlais from Daniel Sargent and can verify most any Langlais pedigrees. I can distinguish between Langlois and Langlais. Some Langlois have become Langlois over the years. There is also a small line of English surnames who were previously Langlais. Pierre Langlais patriarch became A Peter English when he immigrated to New Hampshire.
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« Reply #46 on: February 07, 2011, 03:22:32 AM »

Edit
Some Langlois have become Langlais over the years.
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« Reply #47 on: February 18, 2011, 03:42:45 PM »

Hi Dwayne,

Your pedigree has been posted at: http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats under "PEDIGREES FOR SARGENTS WITHOUT Y-DNA PARTICIPANTS"

You are the second relative of Digory Sargent. I hope one of you can find a male relative so we can create a lineage for Digory.

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« Reply #48 on: November 08, 2012, 06:14:09 PM »

John Sargeant  b. 25 Apr 1709 Little Gloucestershire, Eng m. Elizabeth   
Robert Sargent b. 1 Jan 1755 Horton Glos. Eng. m. Mary Taylor
Robert Sargent b. 1781 Glos Eng. m. Rachel Maggs
Robert Sargent b. 5 June 1808 Winterbourn, Glos. Eng.  m. Elizabeth Hollister
Jacob Sargent b. Dec 1842 Winterbourn, Glos. Eng. m. Rebecca Davies

The above birth dates are actually christening dates.

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« Reply #49 on: January 11, 2013, 11:32:31 AM »


Your pedigree has been posted at: http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/pats under "PEDIGREES FOR SARGENTS WITHOUT Y-DNA PARTICIPANTS"

This appears to be a new line. Have you thought about DNA testing to see if you are related to any of the other Sargent family trees?
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