For information on how you can help to determine the path by which the Maple paternal line migrated through Europe into England and to the United States, see Space: MAPLE Y-DNA Haplogroup
Ph. D. in Neuroscience, University of California, Berkeley, 1994.
See Space: Maple DNA
Here is a list of Bruce's autosomal DNA matches with known MAPLE ancestry. For purposes of privacy, the match's name is not given -- instead, one of their deceased ancestors along the pertinent ancestral line is listed:
[Nearest Common Ancestor].....(relation)..........................[Match's Ancestor]
If you have known MAPLE ancestry, please consider doing a Family Finder test with Family Tree DNA and/or import your autosomal DNA test results into GEDMATCH.
For a summary of MAPLE Y chromosome DNA test results, see Space: Maple Origins.
The progenitor of the Maple family in America, Benjamin Maple Sr, is thought to have come from Ipswitch, England ... but did he really?
Migration of MAPLE families to western Pennsylvania and the Northwest Territory prior to Ohio statehood:
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