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 on: April 20, 2017, 10:44:34 PM 
Started by judyh329 - Last post by judyh329
My line is John Buck Tatum, William Riley Tatum, Nathaniel Tatum. Does anyone know of any family reunions coming up in 2017?

 on: April 20, 2017, 12:28:47 PM 
Started by Scott Yancey - Last post by Mike Yancey
Howdy - just joined. Hope I get this near correct...

Pedigree of Michael D. Yancey FTDNA Kit #: 604008 (yeah, I'll get around to the Y-DNA one soon, I hope)

MICHAEL D. YANCEY (me, myself) b: 19 May 1957, Dallas, Texas, USA
HASSIE D. YANCEY (he was born: Samuel Yancey, Jr) b: 16 Jun 1929 - 25 Jul 2004 Corsicana, Navarro, Texas, USA
SAMUEL HASSIE YANCEY b: 26 Feb 1900 Emory, Rains, Texas, USA - 01 Sep 1930, Corsicana, Navarro, Texas, USA
DAVID KING YANCEY, b: 21 Jun 1867 Mount Pleasant, Titus, Texas, USA - 06 Aug 1943, Greenwood, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA
THOMAS HINES YANCEY b: 02 Apr 1818 Winterville, Georgia - Mar 1881, Texas, USA
THOMAS YANCEY, b: 15 Dec 1769 Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Virginia - d: 14 Apr 1847 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, USA
WILLIAM  YANCEY, b: 10 Apr 1740 Petersburg City, Virginia - d: 20 Feb 1803 Granville Co., North Carolina, USA
RICHARD YANCEY, b: 24 Aug 1708 Mecklenburg, Virginia - d: 1780 Mecklenburg, Virginia, USA
CHARLES YANCEY, b: 1678, Hanover, New Kent, Virginia - d: Died 1735 in Hanover, New Kent, Virginia
CHARLES YANCEY I, b: before 1642, Cymru, Wales - d: about 1690, Hanover, New Kent, Virginia

 on: April 20, 2017, 11:01:20 AM 
Started by mcclurera - Last post by mcclurera
Walter Meredith 
Big Y anyone?

Beginning April 20th, our National DNA Day sale begins!
The promotion ends at 11:59 pm Central Time on Thursday, April 27

Retail   Sale   Product
79   59   Family Finder
199   149   mtFull Seq
169   129   Y37
268   209   Y67
359   289   Y111
575   425   BigY
99   79   SNP Backbone
119   89   SNP Packs

Meredith, Walter. "Big Y Anyone?" Family Tree DNA - R Z253 - Activity Feed | Family Tree DNA. Gene by Gene, Ltd., 19 Apr. 2017. Web. 20 Apr. 2017. <>.

 on: April 20, 2017, 10:38:25 AM 
Started by Robert Kelly Dazet - Last post by Robert Kelly Dazet
Well, since no one every replies to any of my posts, Bill Dietrich and I will just have to talk among ourselves!  He he, ho ho, ha ha! 

I have the impression there is no interest in this project! A project with no participation is not of much use! What a shame! 

Even the project admin seems to be absent!

Btw, this will be the first reply to any post for quite a long time.

 on: April 20, 2017, 09:30:22 AM 
Started by coulterAdmin - Last post by Elaine Anderson
Hi Bill!

Welcome to the group! 

There are quite a few Coulter families in Northern England as well as southwestern Scotland and Glasgow.  I think I may be related to one of them.  The first name "Ralph" is in my Coulter family.  One of the families of Northern England uses it repeated as well.  I don't have any direct correlation yet, but I'm hoping with further testing and research, I might learn more. 

Many of the Coulters were sea faring folks.  They piloted their ships to Virginia and back selling goods that were hard to find in the colonies returning with cotton and tobacco to sell in the British Isles.  A preponderance of Coulters were farmers.  Generally they were Presbyterians.  Many moved to Ireland during the Jacobite Rebellion.  In my Coulter family, my ancestors were gentlemen farmers with some being merchants and few went into medicine and law.  Since many were lowlanders, I would imagine that some were border reavers.

My great-grandfather, John Charles Coulter, immigrated to the U.S. in 1870.  He was the youngest son with three older brothers. With no hope of inheriting land, he had become a school master.  He married his wife, Margaret Gordon, of Islandmagee, in County Antrim.  They immediately immigrated to the U.S.

Please feel free to contact me as I believe we may be related -- most likely distantly related.

Lainey Anderson

 on: April 20, 2017, 03:20:25 AM 
Started by hasanali71 - Last post by hasanali71
Bug markets are entrepreneurial hotspots uk email list. You could doubtlessly do some statistical surveying into what individuals need to purchase and what they are purchasing at your nearby bug showcase.

More than 500,000 merchants offer from America's 5,000 bug markets. There are 150,000,000 individuals who shop at bug showcases every year.

Here are the reasons you might need to open your begin a bug showcase business before beginning a conventional business, dove in and marking a long haul building lease.

a. Insect markets offer a minimal effort section into business

Get your business impose permit and a district business permit and you are essentially prepared to go. You can lease a stall for a day, an end of the week or by the month. In the event that it doesn't work out, you're gone without losing thousands.

b. Bug markets are extraordinary for low maintenance business visionaries.

You might hold down a section or all day occupation and need the salary. Forget about it. Begin a bug showcase business on the end of the week or work the insect advertise daytime and work a vocation evening time.

c. Bug markets are an extraordinary place to sell stock.

Suppose you have an extraordinary wellspring of somewhat flawed merchandise at a shoddy cost. The bug market might be quite recently the place to exchange them.

d. The bug market may turn into your full time business.

Numerous a business person chose to take a stab at something new and preferred the insect showcase so well that they just remained there and never proceed onward to a customer facing facade somewhere else.

e. Bug markets are incredible for specialty advertisers.

Suppose you simply need to offer something like pickles, carefully assembled pretzels, puppy collars, or a particular garments. It might be difficult to manufacture a customer facing facade around a specialty. With the insect advertise movement that is as of now there it could work.

f. Begin with for all intents and purposes no publicizing.

Just business cards and perhaps flyers and you are prepared to go. The bug showcase has officially promoted so you have quick activity. Presently simply be amicable and connect with the clients and we should make a few deals.

g. Begin with next to no capital.

Insect markets permit somebody with only a trunkload of stock to begin. I have a decent companion who went to jail because of an organization debate. When he returned society he had by nothing. With a little buy of exchanged merchandise he could fabricate bigger consistently with his benefits. Today he has a huge bug showcase business and furthermore wholesales to different merchants.

h. Give yourself an arrangement B.

Begin an insect showcase Business.

I have a relative whose spouse has a great job and expects a decent retirement. In today's market, even her administration occupation is at hazard. She began her own particular gems business as a fence against a conceivable cutback. She works insect markets, little shows and eBay to manufacture her business, which was begun with negligible expense of assets.

i. Begin with insignificant business apparatuses.

Normally only a table, a few seats and conceivably some show racks and you have all you have to show your merchandise at the insect showcase. You can keep on improving things as you construct your business from week to week.

j. A decent extra for the Home Business Entrepreneur.

A few of us don't prefer to be secured to a standard work week. Most insect markets offer a wide range of various plans of action. Some are just open ends of the week and others offer the choice to have a customer facing facade open a full work week. A few business visionaries get a kick out of the chance to have their timetable adaptable. This is harder to do in a customary physical business without enlisting workers.

So what do you do to prepare?

To start with, visit the insect advertise you might need to offer at.

Converse with the sellers. Look at the movement. Look at the cost of a corner. Some bug markets are on the web and you can do a lot of your exploration early.

Get your licenses. In case you don't know what you require solicit some from the merchants at the market. They will know, as the majority of them will have the licenses.

Get your tables, seats, stock, value marks, snacks, cooler for beverages et cetera prepared early. Get exactly ones, fives and change. You can utilize a money sack, a nail belt, fanny pack or a money enroll to keep a control on the money.

Get a decent evenings rest and get to the bug showcase ahead of schedule to set up. That way you'll have sufficient energy to make a fast keep running back on the off chance that you overlooked something or have an obstacle setting up.

 on: April 20, 2017, 01:26:52 AM 
Started by Arthur C. Barker - Last post by Arthur C. Barker
The DNA Day Sale is supposed to begin today, although it is not yet reflected on our Order page.  If you do decide to order one or more tests, be sure you receive the Sales price before completing your order.

The Sale runs from sometime on Thursday, 20 April until one minute until Midnight on Thursday, 27 April.

Here are the tests that are on Sale and their prices during this period:

    Family Finder          $59.00
    mtFull Sequence    $149.00
    Y-DNA37               $129.00
    Y-DNA67               $209.00
    Y-DNA111             $289.00
    Big Y                     $425.00
    SNP Backbone         $79.00
    SNP Packs               $89.00

Please note that these sales are for new tests only, not STR upgrades.  The Backbone price includes not only the R1b Backbone, but also the de facto Backbone, the I1-M253 SNP Pack.  These are good prices for the Backbones and really excellent prices for the other 89.  Not even when they were introduced were they this low, $30.00 less than regular prices for most of the regular SNP Packs and much more than that for a special one.

 on: April 19, 2017, 05:26:16 PM 
Started by Robert Kelly Dazet - Last post by Robert Kelly Dazet
Are there any Dietrich Project members that have taken a DNA test, Y-DNA, mtDNA or atDNA here at FTDNA or Ancestry DNA, from Hirschfeld, Hunsrück, Rhineland Palatinate?  If so, what is your Haplogroup?  Our Dietrich haplogroup is E-M35 (Bill Dietrich).

Our Dietrich family according to church death records for Jakob Dietrich, lived in Kischker Hungary.

According to emigration and registration in Vienna, there were three families that were sent to Kischker:

Johann Nicolaus Dietrich and family from Hirschfeld, Pfalz

Johann Michael Dietrich and family cousin of Nicolaus, also from the Hirschfeld area.

Johann Valentine Dietrich and family from Mariental, Pfalz

Are your Dietrich Ancestors from from somewhere else in the Pfalz?

Now our closest DNA matches here at FTDNA are from Dresden, no where near the Pfalz.

I'm puzzled by that because I haven't heard of  German colonists in Hungary coming from Saxony.  I do know that some settled apparently in Siebenburgen/Transylvania.

I'm very surprised that this surname project doesn't have more discussion either in general about the surname Dietrich, or about DNA Haplogroups.



 on: April 19, 2017, 04:40:24 PM 
Started by saclkc - Last post by saclkc
The last time I checked in, my Uncle's DNA, who I had tested, showed mainly Europe East and West, France and a trace in British Isles and Ireland. Which matched to my paper trail.  Now when I check in, it shows 98% Briitish Isles. What happened? Am I using the dashboard incorrectly?

 on: April 18, 2017, 01:51:37 PM 
Started by blackadmin - Last post by Charles W Black
  - William Black  b. 1693   Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, , Scotland
                                d. 1782   Chesterfield, Chesterfield, Virginia, United States
      -- Robert Black      b. 1718 Scotland
                                     d. 1799 Pickneyville, York, South Carolina, United States
        ---Robert Jr Black     b. 1750 Pinckneyville, York, South Carolina, United States
                                           d. 1807 Yorkville, York, South Carolina, United States
         ----Jacob Newton Black    b. 21 Feb 1793 Union, Union, South Carolina, United States
               (Newton Nathan Black)   d. 11 Jul   1876 Davis Creek ,Fayette,Alabama,USA
           -----Isaac Black                  b. 11 Dec 1815 South Carolina
                                                        d. 18 Apr 1861  Monroe County, Mississippi, United States
            ------John Thomas Black May      b. 1840 Monroe County, Mississippi, United States
                                                           d. 17 Oct 1917  Lamar, Alabama, United States
             -------William O Black                   b. 30 May 1876 Marion, Alabama, United States
                                                               d. 10 Oct 1923 Hackleburg Marion County Alabama, USA
              --------Obie James black                   b. 24 May 1908 Hackleburg, Marion, Alabama, USA
                                                                    d. 12 Jan 1971 Florence, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA
               ---------Odis J Black                            b. 27 Feb 1933 Hackleburg, Alabama, USA
               ----------Charles W Black     b. 25 May 1958 Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia, USA
                               Black Surname Project – Kit #650338   I1  I-M253

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