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« on: January 02, 2005, 11:37:51 PM »

We invite you to submit your "Pedigree" for the Moren Family Project Patriarch page. (You don’t have to be a test participant to post your family pedigree.)  

There are two ways to make your pedigree available to the project administrator for posting on the Patriarch Page:
1.  Send the pedigree by email directly to carrie@worldfamilies.net in the simplified form described below  (If you send it this way, your pedigree will only be posted on the Patriarch Page, and will not be included in the Pedigree Forum)
Be sure to include
  
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mail address you wish to be posted with the pedigree
                 Kit number of the project participant whose pedigree this is
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ame, birthdate, birthplace, spouse for each generation (direct  male line).

2.  Log-in to post your pedigree on the Pedigree Forum.  By posting your pedigree on the forum, you are making it available for the Project Administrator to post it on the Patriarch Page, along with your contact information, and kit number (or code identity number).



  1. You must be logged in to post on this forum.
    How do I register to post a pedigree?
    I've already registered. How do I log in?

  2.  Please include your Kit number or Code Identity number if you have been tested for the project.

  3. Please read the following instructions, then scroll down to the last posting on this forum and click "reply" in order to post your pedigree.

  4. The pedigree for a Surname Project follows your paternal line.  Please post only the information for each generation:


Full Name of Earliest Known Male Ancestor for this Surname
His birthdate
Birthplace
Spouse’s name


(If you are missing any piece of this information, post another bit of identifying information) 


Suggestions for Posting your Pedigree on this forum:


o        Post four pieces of information for each ancestor


o        Begin with the earliest generation


o        Use standard abbreviations:  m=married, b=born, d=died, c=circa, Co=county, VA=Virginia, GA=Georgia, etc


o        Try to keep to one line per generation


o        Include only generations that have this family surname


o        Provide your name and email address as the pedigree provider


o        Provide the kit number and/or project code identity number if pedigree is for a tested participant


o        Use surname with each generation


o        Don’t use all caps


o        Don’t include anyone whose birthdate is after 1910, for privacy concerns.


o        Don’t number the generations 


Scroll down to the last posting on this forum and click "reply". Post your pedigree in the box provided, and click "Post".    


If you do not see a"reply" tab, it means you have lost your log in and will need to log in again in order to post. Go back to the project home page, log in again, and return to the pedigree forum. Login should hold the second time. 


 


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« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2008, 12:27:58 PM »

My Name is Terry Denine Moren Born 01-10-1968
My Father is Woodrow Carlton Moren 2-25-1941
My Grandfather is Woodrow Wilson Moren 11-1912 to 2008
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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2008, 01:49:18 PM »

Hi, TerBear.  I posted the first generation of your pedigree to the patriarch page: http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/m/moren/pats.html

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« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2011, 01:48:57 PM »

New today. I have a Fabien Morin b. about 1810 Canada married to a Marguerite La Fortune b. about 1810 Canada. Daughter Marie b. 1848 in New York.
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« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2011, 10:48:46 AM »

From an email sent by Linda Plock [matmaker77 AT yahoo.com]:

I completed the National
> Geographic Human Genome Project (kit N95551) and the results were transferred over
> to the Family Tree DNA net. I clicked on the Moren Family Tree project
> because my birth mother's name is Georgia Moren. I was adopted after
> birth but found out my birth mother's name. The other day I have
> posted all the relatives that I have discovered in the Moren Family
> and their connections on Ancestry.com. If you hop onto Ancestry.com
> you can see the whole lot of them. It is called the Moren Family Tree.
> Anyone can look at it. I may only have half a history but it is a
> considerable one.
>   The most distant Moren ancestor that emigrated from Belfast,
> Northern Ireland (probably in the early 1600s or early 1700s) had the
> first or second name of Jesse. He came over on a boatload of horses.
> He was a fine horseman but also a teacher. I can also tell you that in
> this case Moren is probably a traveling or assumed name. I doubt you
> will find him under that name in Northern Ireland. It is my suspicion
> that he might have been one of the MacDonnells of the Isles or even a
> Campbell. According to my great great grandfather Joseph the "Morens"
> of this family were responsible for helping the Hamilton dynasty in
> Scotland get started. In the 16th century they fought for Mary Queen
> of Scots and all the little girls named Mary in this Moren family are
> named after her. There was a portrait of the Moren ancestor in one of
> the Hamilton palaces - a captain in Mary Stuart's army. He said we
> were of the clan Campbell (possibly through Lady Agnes Campbell
> marrying James MacDonnell Lord of the Isles, Islay and the Glynns of
> Antrim). Clan Campbell does not have a Moren sept. The original family
> name is long and in Gaelic.
> It lost the
> consonants when it came over to the new world. It might be a pseudonym
> of "Ian Mhor Aidhne" = Big John of the South Island, the progenitor of
> Clan Ian Mhor (MacDonnells of the Isles). This is just my opinion but
> I am very very familiar with the MacDonnells of the Isles in Northern
> Ireland during the 16th century as I am a historian and biographer.
>    My haplogroup MtDna is "V". This is rare in Europe but you can find
> it in the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia and circumpolar regions and
> also in western Scotland. The worldwide distribution of this
> haplogroup is very, very narrow. It shows up in the Sami people, the
> Matmata Algerian Berbers, the Pasiegos in northern Spain (place of
> origin), the Basques, and also areas that Viking longships have sailed
> into and invaded. The Vikings invaded but also married into the
> Dalriadic Scots of the Isles. I know the genealogy of the MacDonnells
> of the Isles and the Viking longship is probably how and why I came
> into being. I don't know if any other Morens in your project are
> connected to this family but this is a possible story of their
> whereabouts before they came to America.
I am very
> interested to know of others connected to me.
I am missing the one or two links getting the full name and family of the the first one to come to America and the son who was here in the early 1700s in Berks Co. Pennsylvania. The Edward Moren and wife Anne who made their will in Berks in 1760 had 11 kids. It's kind of hard to hide that many folks in a small community. One son's name was John but none of the others are mentioned by name. I would love to know. My ancestor Joseph (b.1780) might have been one of the kids but that's a guess. Considering the will was witnessed by the father and a relative of Joseph's future wife Elizabeth Thompson - likely candidate.
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