Harvey was born and raised in Orlando, FL. At the time, it was a small agriculturally based town (Oranges mostly) with no tourist economy of significance. It was a pleasant place in which to grow up. No one really knew about it. If you told anyone from "up north" that it was your home, their response was usually "Oh, is that anywhere near Miami?".
Harvey attended college and graduated from Emory University [BBA, Finance, 1970] in Atlanta, GA. as well as the University of Central Florida (then known as FTU)[BSBA, Accounting, 1977] and also attended Florida International University. He is a retired CPA and retired I.T. network administrator. His wife, Mara , and he have relocated to Atlanta, GA to be nearer to their grandchildren. Mara's biological daughter, Dana Sugar, is HIS adopted daughter as well.
Oh, and just to be thorough and complete, he was married twice before briefly. First to Karen Renee Sonne (a/k/a Karen Mangham)   and second to Eva Rosenblitt (a/k/a Yael Barkay and/or Yael Heimer)   There were no biological children from either of Harvey's first two marriages.
Hebrew name: Chaim Nochim ben Yaacov Yosef HaLevi
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On 21 Apr 2014 at 17:33 GMT Mark Hammond wrote:
In reply to your question regarding my testing 111 markers - no, it has not helped me genealogically. I have no matches at that level currently. I do have several at 67 markers however. Still, my best match is about 8 generations passed, and I only have my paternal line back 4 generations in my tree. -So it's peeking over the wall, but the wall remains for me to work at tearing down. Little by little. I am DNA geeky - and will test the BIG-Y within the year ahead. I am ok with contributing to the general good of Y-DNA knowledge as a whole. I'm expecting DNA things will look a whole lot different in 2024... a whole lot better I presume. I am an R1b - L21 so it's extremely active within that crowd, lot's of discoveries underway.
On 15 Mar 2014 at 06:16 GMT John Dawson wrote:
No I d o not have any other Josiah DAWSONs in my tree of that vintage. My line is from the East Midlands of England. Kind regards
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On 8 Aug 2013 at 14:44 GMT Maggie N. wrote:
Do not apologize. We are all volunteers here with jobs and another life outside of genealogy ! Take your time . I will help you with record , even though I may not get back to you immediately .
On 7 Aug 2013 at 16:17 GMT Maggie N. wrote:
Harvey , your gedcom upload is waiting for approval from you to complete the upload to your tree .