R-FGC32899 (under M222).
R-P312/S116 > Z290 > L21/S145 > DF13 > Z39589 > DF49/S474 > Z2980 > Z2976 > DF23 > Z2961 > M222 > Z46375 > DF106 > DF104 > DF105 > A223 > BY3339 > A225 > A224 > A1774 > FGC32899
Mutations under FGC32899 shared with a Kennedy cousin (hg38):
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On 3 Oct 2018 at 21:59 GMT Stacy (Murr) Krout wrote:
Thanks very much for the comment on "AA's" Profile. I adopted A.A. as an orphaned profile. I have no idea what they meant by "A. A." when they put the profile up. Anonymous Anonymous? The initials of the wife in a family Bible (my grandmother had a Bible from her grandparents where the great-grandmother was just listed as "Mrs. S"-- so anything is possible.) Until more information and research about this person and family has been done, I am loathe to remove "A. A." as that may be the only clue to their identity, or may mean nothing-- time will tell. If further research does determine her to be the same as the profile you suggested to merge with then it certainly will be done. I appreciate your suggestion and insight and look forward to unraveling this mystery. : )
On 26 Jul 2018 at 08:10 GMT Beth (Brown) Golden wrote:
On 2 Jul 2018 at 22:23 GMT Patricia (Long) Kent wrote:
On 16 Jun 2018 at 07:13 GMT John Cruz wrote:
We are 24th cousins, as we share an ancestor, Henry Plantagenet (1133 - 1189). Henry II King of England. (WikiTree ID: Plantagenet-1267).
He is your 23rd g-grandfather and mine.
Please, check him out by running my profile in the relationship finder in your menu to verify. Be sure to select "SEARCH 30 GENERATIONS."
You'll see the search gets even better. We also share 21 other common ancestors.
And because the monarchy married internationally, you will find even more monarchs who are also your ancestors from Spain, France, Germany & England, etc., beyond 30 generations.
Nice meeting you cousin!
On 8 Jun 2018 at 15:42 GMT Natalie (Durbin) Trott wrote:
On 26 May 2018 at 23:49 GMT Dave Rutherford wrote:
And yes, the American Revolution did tear families apart. It probably did more damage to family cohesion in places like New York than your Civil War did. And thank you for all the improvements that you have made to the Teeter family profiles. It is appreciated.
On 25 May 2018 at 04:28 GMT Tony Woods wrote:
On 29 Apr 2018 at 00:19 GMT Roberta (Hilse) Burnett wrote:
On 27 Mar 2018 at 05:16 GMT Leigh (Hoolihan) Murrin wrote:
On 21 Mar 2018 at 16:22 GMT Mike Yancey wrote:
Hahah - yes, I've seen the 'Yancey's Fancy' in Tom Thumb stores. It's good, I do remember having one of them.