Matt McNabb
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Matt McNabb

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Matt D. McNabb
Born 1970s.
Ancestors ancestors
Son of [private father (1950s - unknown)] DNA confirmed and DNA confirmed
[sibling(s) unknown]
Father of [private son (2000s - unknown)]
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Matt McNabb has Irish ancestors.
Matt McNabb has French origins.
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Matt McNabb has English ancestors.
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Matt McNabb has Scottish Ancestors.

Hi. I'm from Canterbury, New Zealand and keen to talk to anyone about any genealogical topic, including any names from my tree or profiles I've worked on.

I'm a member of The Kiwi Crew and the Ireland Project, Ulster team and Irish Diaspora team. Let me know if you'd like townland or cemetery categories created in Ireland or need help with research of Irish emigrants.

I'm also president of the Canterbury Chess Club and we have a subproject New Zealand, Chess under the New Zealand Project.


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mtDNA Haplogroup: J2b
Y-DNA Haplogroup: R-DF109
  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by a GEDmatch test match between Matt, GEDmatch PM2551192, and his father, GEDmatch FB1966155. Sharing 3574.1cM.
  • Maternal relationship confirmed by a GEDmatch test match between Matt, GEDmatch PM2551192, and his mother, GEDmatch KW3832799, sharing 3573.6cM.

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It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Matt or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
  • Matt McNabb: Y-Chromosome Test, haplogroup R-DF109
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Matt McNabb: Mitochondrial DNA Test Other, haplogroup J2b
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Hi Matt,

It is once again time for our annual Ireland Project check-in. Please respond within the next three weeks to let us know:

  1. If you would like to continue as an Ireland Project member. If your answer is yes, please tell us if you are happy with your current team, or if you would prefer to join a different one. If you are currently participating in more than one team we would appreciate you ranking them in their order of importance to you, from highest priority to lowest. This information will be helpful as we consider possible future changes to our team structure.
  2. In the past, the project has had a very minimal membership requirement (one contribution per year) for badged members to meet. Do you believe this is adequate, or should this requirement be increased? What do you believe would be a reasonable commitment to expect from all project members?
  3. How active have you been in the Ireland Project over the past year? Please choose one of the following options: a) I normally spend 1-5 hours per month helping achieve my team’s goals. b) I normally spend 6-10 hours per month helping achieve my team’s goals. c) I spend over 10 hours per month helping achieve my team’s goals. d) I am not able to contribute every month but have spent approximately ________ hours during the past year improving Irish profiles.
  4. Please provide feedback on any things you’d like to see the project do more of in the future.

You can respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message on WikiTree. If we don’t hear from you within the next three weeks we’ll assume your interests have changed or you no longer are able to participate in the Ireland Project at this time, and your badge will be removed. If your circumstances change later you will be welcome to reapply for membership.

Many thanks for all that so many of you have contributed to the project in the past year, and very special thanks to those who answered the project’s call and gave generously of their time to be part of Team Seanchaithe during the most recent connect-a-thon. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

le dea-mhéin, Jen Hutton, Ireland Project co-leader

posted by Jen (Stevens) Hutton
1. Yes, happy with teams. 2. Keep current. 3. (c) 4. Happy with the project
posted by Matt McNabb
Did you see any of our Mann Mob in that Oxford Cemetery Matt?
posted by Noel Mann
Hello, Matt!

Congratulations on certifying to work on pre-1700 profiles! It’s very important to read and understand the Help:Pre-1700 Profiles page.

Primary sources should always be added to pre-1700 profiles at the time they are created. If you don't have a source for a pre-1700 profile, it would be best to ask for help in the G2G forum before creating the profile.

These profiles for deep ancestors are shared by many, and collaborating on them works best if we all follow the guidelines in the certification quiz.

Pippin Sheppard ~ WikiTree Pre-1700 Greeter

posted by Pip Sheppard