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Julie Ricketts's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Julie or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
Julie (Fiscus) Ricketts:
Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test HVR1 and HVR2, haplogroup H, Mitosearch HVQ48, FTDNA kit #397672
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Julie:
Ogden-3416 & Ogden-53 are the same person. I was entering my gedcom files and noticed that they are the same. I am new to your site so didn't want to change anything myself. I am not going to match to either until I know what to do.
Hi Julie, My ancestors came over with William Penn (Ogden family). I would to join William Penn and Early Pennsylvania Settlers WikiTree Project. I also have my grandfathers research from 1939 when he had a woman travel through the East looking for records to document family history. Not sure if I should make copies for peoples use. Thank you.
Hi Julie, on that Cornelis Van Den Bergh merge, I was aware of the lower case van den Berg match, and I considered that for LNAB, but the profile that I merged into took precedence, because it had the marriage source, with the name as Bergh, instead of Berg.
And Bergh also matched both the father and children spellings. So Berg would have been out of place here.
In any case, when the project leader Carrie comes along to this profile, she will adjust it based on what she finds in original records.
Good evening, Julie. I had received this information from one of my sisters, about 2 years ago. I would say, from Ancestry.com. I see that there are 3 Ephraim Penningtons. #1-Mary Moore, #2-Mary Brockett and #3, not sure. Hope that helps you someway.