Looking for a Burk(e) boy born in 1859 in New Albany, Floyd, IN

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John William Gibbons is the product of an non-paternity event.  His great-grandson's Y-DNA matches NO Gibbons but lots of Burk(e)s.  As you can see from his profile, his adoptive mother's name was Catherine Burck.  I assume his father was a relative of Catherine.  My best guess is that the father was from either southern IN or KY (probably in/near Jefferson County).  There is some Y-DNA evidence that John's ancestors were from VA.
WikiTree profile: John Gibbons
in Genealogy Help by Carter Broach G2G1 (1.3k points)

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