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« on: December 10, 2011, 06:13:00 PM »

Can anyone tell me, generally, what haplogroup this Hacker surname is in, or where I might find it?

Julius C.Hacker, b. c1807 in TN or VA; died Aft. 1876; m Elizabeth W. Beeler

Daniel Hacker b c1845 in Missouri or TN, d. October 24, 1927 in Houston, Harris Co, Texas; m. Wilmonth Howerson

Arthur Hacker b. April 09, 1875 in Missouri, d. March 03, 1935 in Texas; m. Louise Froelich

Daniel Auther Hacker, Sr.b. September 26, 1903 in Houston, Texas, d. November 1972 in Houston, Texas; m. Annie Mae Dot Cherry

Dan Auther Hacker, Jr. b. July 06, 1932 in 1917 Ashland, old Heights Hosp., Houston, Texas, d. January 25, 1997 in Methodist Hospital, Houston, Texas; m. Shirley Jane Green Lee

Thank you in advance,
Sherlene Hacker Mats
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« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2011, 05:35:29 AM »

I tried to find a Hacker DNA Project for you, but the only one I can find doesn't have any actual male Hackers tested!

Perhaps you could get a male Hacker relative (a brother, an uncle, a male cousin) tested for y-dna?

I went to school with a girl named Cyndi Hacker. She was a good friend.


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« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2012, 12:03:17 PM »

Hi Sherlene,

I have some male cousins who are Hackers.  If you find a DNA project for that surname (or a new DNA surname project is started)... let me know.

Then if you ever need more male members to join... perhaps I can contact them and see if they are interested.

Y-DNA: N-L551
mtDNA: H11a
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« Reply #3 on: March 14, 2012, 12:25:27 PM »

Sherlene, there is a project for the Hacker surname and one man named Hacker just ordered a test, but he hasn't yet returned it.

If you'd like to become involved as an administrator for the Hacker project, you are welcome.  If you simply want t otest your Hacker family and stir up other Hacker researchers that you work with, that could be enough to get the project moving (finally)
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