I have 10 segment matches with F415564 and Swedish 'Aberg' ancestors.Anyone else match my GEDmatch A014600

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+2 votes
Nope, not me! Sorry and good luck, Mags
by Mags Gaulden G2G6 Pilot (555k points)
Mags, when you "answer" this it no longer shows up as unanswered. How is this helpful? Sandi


There are so many opportunities for others to add their answers as well...So how can my answer NOT be helpful, well other than I don't match?


I apologize for being cranky, Mags. I just couldn't see the added value, especially for a site visitor.
+3 votes
There will be a limit to matches you could find, but WikiTree is a good place to start. You can try contacting the individuals at the bottom of the profile page, who are most likely to have any DNA matches.

Check here for WikiTree DNA info: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/DNA_Features

If you join and upload your test, you may get better results over time.

Sandi Wiggins
by Anonymous W G2G6 Mach 6 (65.4k points)
+3 votes
Need to find Augusta Eugenia Aberg's (married Oscar E. Cassling) relationship to the Krstin Gaffney Tree. She was my grandmother, and I see that she appeared in your family tree.  Might we be related?
by Deborah Cassling G2G Rookie (290 points)
+2 votes
My brother's Ancestry test shows distant relationship to F415564 AND a014600.

Who are these families?
A014600 is my kit . I have Swedish & German ancestors as well as many from the United Kingdom . The Swedish side includes: Josef Wilhelm Malcus Aberg (my 2nd great-grandfather) born 1863 in Kalmar, the son of Antonia Aberg (born 1840 Borgholm). Her parents were Olof Jonsson Aberg (born 1810) and Maria Olsson (born 1818) in Aby (Abby) Sweden. They lived in Borgholm on the island of Oland near the Swedish Royal summer residence and the family story is that Josef Wilhelm Malcus Aberg was the illegitimate child of a member of Royalty. Antonia Aberg resided in Stockholm and also travelled to Christiania (Oslo) Norway but I'm unsure how long she spent there. We're trying to unravel family history through DNA.
+2 votes
Hello Anonymous, You have a much better chance of finding gedmatch matches if you work through your one-to-many report on gedmatch and look to see if they are on Wikitree. Asking random folks to check against your gedmatch number is not usually an efficient approach.
by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (630k points)
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I have 6 Aberg segments that match your GEDmatch #A014600.  The other number, F415564 was not found on GEDmatch. How can I compare your number with my mother's number? It is SZ5511451. Her FTDNA # is B294943.
by Emily Volz G2G Crew (820 points)
+1 vote
F415564 was not found on Gedmatch. However, it shows on Barbara von Euler's profile as a FTDNA number. My mother has a 12 chromosome match and16 shared segments with B. von E.'s Kit M491726; total 0f 61.9cM with 6.7 cM largest segment. Again, I don't know whether that's significant or not.
by Emily Volz G2G Crew (820 points)
0 votes

GED match shows that I have a distant relationship match.

The Olbug family are my distant ancestors
by Athena Athena G2G Crew (710 points)

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