BET 1820 AND 1822 New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA Ginna Blengsinger immigrated to the United States from Germany between 1820 and 1822. She entered the country at the Port of New Orleans, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA. Oral family tradition states that she was indentured to Jesse Greer Jr. upon entering the country and later married him after the death of his previous wife.
19 MAR 1841 Pike County, Mississippi, USAGinna Blensinger Greer is buried in the Williams Cemetery, Pike County, Mississippi, USA.
AFT 15 OCT 1822 Pike County, Mississippi, USA
Source: S152 Author: D. D. Bruister Title: Family Puzzlers: Bible Record - Jesse Greer (Sr.), Volume: 743 Publication: Name: 14 January 1982; Repository: #R34
Repository: R34 Name: Allen County Library Address: Fort Wayne Indiana 46801-2270 USA E-Mail Address: Phone Number:
Source: S60 Author: Lucille Thornhill McDaniel Title: Greer Family History Information, Compiler Address: Rt 1, Box 121, Jayess MS 39641 Repository: #R38 Call Number: NOT-GRE-00001 NOTEThis is a photo-copy of a photocopy of a compilation of hand-written family group sheets and pedigree charts on plain paper about the history of the Greer family in Mississippi. The notes trace the family back to Captain Jesse Greer who fought in the Revolutionary War. Citations to source documents are provided for many entries and where information is based on speculation or family tradition it is so noted.
Repository: R38 Name: Collection of Patricia Anne Jones Dumond Address: 227 Thiess Branch Dr E-Mail Address: Phone Number: 9124632613
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Ginna by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage (beta) of DNA with Ginna: