[private daughter (1990s - unknown)]
Profile last modified 29 May 2020
| Created 3 Aug 2011 | Last significant change: 1 May 2020
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This user is a native
speaker of English
RootsTech Attendee: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Karen Lowe is 3/8 English.
Karen Lowe is 1/4 German.
Karen Lowe is 1/8 Scottish.
Karen Lowe is 1/16 French.
Karen Lowe participated with The Tidying Tornadoes during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon.
Karen (Lowe) Tobo is the daughter of James Edward Lowe and Carolyn Sue Groomer.
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- ↑ Paternal relationship confirmed by a full sibling match between Karen (Lowe) Tobo (GEDmatch M142637) and Raymond Lowe (GEDmatch F412396) along with a y-DNA match between Raymond and C. Lowe.
- ↑ Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 141 cM 23andMe match and identical mtDNA haplogroup U5a1a between Karen Tobo GEDmatch M142637 and her maternal second cousin Karl Sanders.
- ↑ Parents are confirmed on Karen's birth certificate in Karen's possession. And plus, you know, they were my mom and dad.
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- I want to hear all the news!
- I enjoy proposing and completing merges to help prune our global family tree.
- My great-great-grandmother Emily Burdalow/Bordeleau descends from the Bordeleau family that migrated from 1740s Québec to the Indiana and Illinois area around Vincennes, Indiana.
- Making new connections is my favorite thing to do on WikiTree! I enjoy seeing how we all relate.
- I'm not very active with the data doctors, but like to follow their news.
- My ancestor Perette Hallier (1651 - 1700) was one of the filles du roi sent to New France to find a husband.
- I enjoy learning about other languages and cultures. I would like to develop resources for WikiTreers to help each other work in foreign languages.
- It's really fun to greet brand-new members of WikiTree and provide simple pointers to get them started. Have you considered serving as a greeter occasionally?
- My mother's maiden name was Groomer, and may have originally been Grömer.
- My mother's maiden name was Groomer. Her family lived in southern Indiana, USA, and previously in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA. We think the name was originally Grömer.
- My great-grandmother was Mabel Frances Kimmel. I have benefited greatly from the research of Tim Kimmel at http://www.kimmelfamily.net/
- My Low/Lowe paternal ancestors migrated from Alsace to York County, Pennsylvania, in the mid-1700s and then to Tennessee in the 1790s. My father was born in Tennessee.
- I've been a volunteer leader here at WikiTree since December 2014.
- I'm adding notable Puerto Ricans and hope to find some gateway ancestors eventually.
- I'm currently leading the Puerto Rican Roots project.
- My great-great-grandmother Emily Burdalow / Bordeleau was 100% French-American. Her ancestors migrated in the 1700s from Québec to the areas in Indiana and Illinois around Vincennes.
Karen Lowe's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Karen or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
- Karen Lowe:
Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test HVR1 and HVR2, haplogroup U5a1a2b, FTDNA kit #248358, MitoYDNA ID T11992 [compare]
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