Jessica Alexander
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Jessica Alexander

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Joined 27 Feb 2020 | 119 contributions | 3 thank-yous
Jessica Alexander
Born 1980s.
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Daughter of [private father (1950s - unknown)] and
Sister of [private sister (1970s - unknown)], [private brother (1980s - unknown)] and [private sister (1980s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (2000s - unknown)], [private son (2000s - unknown)], [private son (2000s - unknown)] and [private daughter (2010s - unknown)]
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I like to thank you for your excellent work tracing your maternal heritage. This heritage along with your DNA testing definitely proves Unknown Doucet's mother was Native American. Thank You!
posted by John Riley
edited by John Riley
Hi Jessica

Thanks for joining us! I hope you're enjoying our site and our community. I just wanted to check and see how things are going. Have the New Member How-To pages been helpful or left you with questions?

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posted by Mindy Silva
Hi! What, if anything, did Lucie Leblanc Cosentino and/or Stephen White indicate when you joined the Mothers of Acadia DNA Project? Just for kicks I went and looked at GEDMatch and see that you and I share 2 significant sized segments: 1 on Chromosome 1 = 17.2 cM and 1 on Chr. 10 = 12.8cM which they equate with us being 4.5 generations separation (unlikely Bajolet would show up in our DNA and there is no sharing on X chromosome). I suspect it's your Benoit's. I tried working on verifying/sourcing your tree but I really don't have very good records outside of Acadia, Quebec, France, and Louisiana--- only a smidgeon of Newfoundland sources.
posted by Donna (Friebel) Storz
yeah from ancestry to dna its been really hard matching it up, I have me, my mother judy, grandmother noreen, mary benoit, annie jesso, emily benoit, mary duffenais, mary ann lejeune, marie comeau, marie ann lefebre and barbe bajolet, jeanne baudinet. but doing the research its confusing with so many mary ann duffenais and lejeunes and hard pinning the right mothers using dna sequencing. barbe is exact match as marie duffenais and myself as well. but not sure if quite right.
posted by Jessica Alexander
At this point ignore the DNA and work on getting birth, marriage, death sources for people, especially your maternal line. So far, of your people I've looked at, they're mostly from St. George's District on Newfoundland. You might need to take a little trip there to find the church records (or write them maybe?). Sometimes you find surprises when you do that. In my case, my father was 1st gen. US; his father came from Germany at the age of 17 in 1884. His father told all his kids who his father was and didn't know the name of his mother as she died when he was 2-3 years old. But when I found my grandfather's baptism record it turned out the man he thought was his father was actually his uncle. He was born illegitimate to the sister of the man he thought was his father and she likely died when he was 2-3 so his uncle raised him as his own. Something along those lines may have happened somewhere in your family line. I'll likely never be able to find out who my paternal great grandfather was.
posted by Donna (Friebel) Storz
yes thats where im from. I have alot of documents to upload yet.
posted by Jessica Alexander
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