DNA Ancestor Confirmation Aid for James Henry Rand Sr.

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This Ancestor Confirmation Aid (ACA) does something that's only possible on WikiTree:
reveals other descendants of your ancestors whose DNA tests could be used to scientifically confirm relationships in your family tree.
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1. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 2 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 3.
James Henry Rand Sr. (Rand-2)
Born Tonawanda, Erie, New York, United States 29 May 1859. Died North Falmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States 15 Sep 1944.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on James's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Rand DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on James's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

Parents of James Rand

2. Goals: Use yDNA to confirm he is the son of 4 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 5.
Calvin Gordon Rand (Rand-3)
Born Batavia New York 01 Nov 1832. Died La Salle, New York 26 Apr 1872.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Calvin's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Rand DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Calvin's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.

3. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 6 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 7.
Almira Hershey Long (Long-1)
Born Tonawanda, Erie, New York, United States 01 Nov 1836. Died Tonawanda, Erie, New York, United States 19 Jun 1884.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Almira's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.


Grandparents of James Rand

4. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 8 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 9.
James Rand (Rand-4)
Born 1795. Died Concord, Merrimack, New Hampshire, United States 08 Dec 1843.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on James's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Rand DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on James's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.

5. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 10 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 11.
Nancy Kenyon (Kenyon-4)
Born 1810. Died Sep 1834.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Nancy's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.

6. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 12 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 13.
Benjamin Long (Long-2)
Born Donegal Twp, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States 25 Sep 1787. Died Tonawanda, Erie, New York, United States 29 Sep 1859.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Benjamin's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Long DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Benjamin's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

7. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 14 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 15.
Mary Shelley Hershey (Hershey-1)
Born Donegal Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States 13 May 1793. Died La Salle, Niagara, New York, United States 14 Oct 1879.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Mary's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.


Great-Grandparents of James Rand

8. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 16 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 17.
Robert Rand (Rand-5)
Born 13 May 1767. Died Swanton, Franklin, Vermont, USA 1814.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Robert's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Rand DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Robert's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.

9. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 18 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 19.
Anna Gordon (Gordon-1)
Born 11 Jun 1772. Died Vermont, United States 17 Dec 1842.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Anna's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.

10. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 20 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 21.
Unknown Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

11. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 22 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 23.
Unknown Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

12. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 24 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 25.
Herman Long (Long-2466)
Born Hempfield, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1743. Died Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States 1804.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Herman's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Long DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Herman's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

13. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 26 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 27.
Feronica Kauffman (Kauffman-171)
Born Hempfield Township, Lancaster, Colony of Pennsylvania abt 1757. Died Maytown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States abt 1798.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Feronica's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

14. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 28 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 29.
Christian Hershey (Hershey-357)
Born Manor Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 12 Feb 1765. Died Marietta, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States 18 Oct 1824.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Christian's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Hershey DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Christian's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

15. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 30 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 31.
Elizabeth Mary Shelly (Shelly-135)
Born Marietta, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 10 Jun 1761. Died Marietta, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States Sep 1801.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Elizabeth's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.


Second Great-Grandparents of James Rand

16. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 32 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 33.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

17. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 34 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 35.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

18. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 36 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 37.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

19. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 38 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 39.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

20. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 40 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 41.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

21. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 42 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 43.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

22. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 44 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 45.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

23. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 46 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 47.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

24. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 48 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 49.
Herman Long (Long-3871)
Born Appenzell Switzerland abt 1694. Died abt 1773.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Herman's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Long DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Herman's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

25. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 50 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 51.
Anna Elizabeth Hersche (Hersche-8)
Born Appenzell Outer-Rhodes, Switzerland 1698. Died Lancaster, Pennsylvania abt 1754.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Anna's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

26. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 52 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 53.
Christian Kauffman (Kauffman-1575)
Born abt 1720. Died 1792.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Christian's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Kauffman DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Christian's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

27. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 54 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 55.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

28. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 56 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 57.
Christian Hershey (Hershey-356)
Born East Hempfield, Lancaster, co. Pa 1730. Died Manor twp, Lancaster, co. Pa Nov 1806.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Christian's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Hershey DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Christian's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

29. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 58 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 59.
Elizabeth Baughman (Baughman-452)
Born 1732. Died Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania 1805.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Elizabeth's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

30. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 60 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm he is the son of 61.
Michael Shelly (Shelly-217)
Born Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1732. Died Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States Apr 1817.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two carriers of the same Y-chromosome need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line paternal ancestor on Michael's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Shelly DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two carriers of the same mitochondrial DNA need to be tested. For potential test-takers click the DNA Descendants icon (Descendants Icon) next to the name of the earliest known direct line maternal ancestor on Michael's DNA Ancestors page. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

31. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 62 and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm she is the daughter of 63.
Unknown Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.


Third Great-Grandparents of James Rand

32. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

33. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

34. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

35. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

36. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

37. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

38. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

39. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

40. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

41. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

42. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

43. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

44. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

45. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

46. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

47. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

48. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Christian Lang (Lang-2159)
Born Canton, Bern Switzerland abt 1660. Died abt 1776.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Christian's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Lang DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Christian's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

49. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Maria Not given (Not_given-2)
Born Switzerland abt 1666. Died abt 1776.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Maria's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

50. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Christian Hersche (Hersche-16)
Born Appenzell, Apenzell Innerroden, Switzerland abt 1664. Died Conestoga, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 06 Aug 1729.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Christian's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Hersche DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Christian's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

51. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Adelheit Zschille (Zschille-9)
Born Appenzell Inner Rhoden, Switzerland 1672. Died Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 15 Oct 1741.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Oade's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

52. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

53. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

54. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

55. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

56. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Andrew G Hersche (Hersche-6)
Born Appenzell, Appenzell Innerrhoden, Switzerland abt 1702. Died Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA abt 07 Jun 1792.
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Two descendants who carry Andrew's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Hersche DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Andrew's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

57. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Maria Catherine Snavely (Snavely-235)
Born Boesenbiesen, Alace, France abt 03 Oct 1710. Died Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania abt 1780.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Mary's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

58. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Michael Melchior Bachman (Bachman-32)
Born Oberdiessbach, Canton, Bern, Switzerland 07 Feb 1692. Died Manheim Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 28 May 1756.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Michael's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Bachman DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Michael's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

59. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Katharine Steiner (Steiner-383)
Born Oberdiessbach, Canton, Bern, Switzerland abt 1697. Died Manheim Twp, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania abt 1766.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Katharine's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

60. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Jacob Shelly (Shelly-170)
Born Rathendorf, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 03 Jul 1696. Died Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. 18 May 1752.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Jacob's Y-chromosome need to take a yDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers. The Shelly DNA test connections index may help you find someone.
Two descendants who carry Jacob's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

61. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Mary Kneisley (Kneisley-9)
Born Offenburg, Ortenaukreis, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany abt 1689. Died Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States 1777.
DNA Ancestors | DNA Descendants | DNA Tests | DNA Confirmation Aid

Two descendants who carry Mary's mitochondrial DNA need to take an mtDNA test. See the DNA Confirmations help page for advice on finding test-takers.
Potentially useful autosomal DNA test(s):

Since there are multiple autosomal DNA tests it may be possible to confirm some relationships. If there are two or more GEDmatch IDs above you can compare them at GEDmatch. See the instructions on DNA confirmations for more information.

62. Goals: Use yDNA or auDNA to confirm his father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm his mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandfather. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.

63. Goals: Use auDNA to confirm her father and use mtDNA or auDNA to confirm her mother.
Unknown Great-Great-Great-Grandmother. A WikiTree profile needs to be created before the DNA features can be used for this person. If no information about them is known but they are the first common direct line ancestor of two test-takers create a placeholder profile with the name "Unknown" and one very roughly-estimated date.