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Lara Day
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« on: October 03, 2017, 10:49:23 AM »

I manage my husband, Tom Day's DNA testing on Family Tree, and recently upgraded his kit to Y-111.  We have also done the Big Y test (R1b>U106>Z7).  My husband has a match at Y-111 GD 8, surname Borden, and 2 other matches at Y-67 GD-4 and GD-7 (the 111 match is GD 6 at 67).  We also tested Y DNA at Ancestry back when they did that test, and matched a Borden there too. So, you can see why we suspect Tom descends from a Borden and suspect it was his Great Grandfather.  My husband's grandfather was an orphan as a young child and indentured out, so we are not exactly sure who is father is.  He was born in Ironton, OH in 1897.  I thought I'd check to see if anyone has any family history which includes Ironton in the late 1800s.
Any help or advice would be appreciated,

Lara Day, manages kits for husband and brother:

Tom Day (Y-surname Borden/Burden)

Found Great-Grandfather, named Borden/Burden using DNA testing (Y-111, Big Y, FF atDNA)  and a lot of work

GedMatch T189417

Robert Belcher kit (Y-surname Evans)

Looking for Evans from Carno, Wales early 1800s.  GedMatch M947247

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