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Stafford, Thomas b. Abt.1605 England - to Rhode Island
Beryl Meehan's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Beryl or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Beryl:
I submitted an Open Profile Request to get the duplicate profile for Geesje Van Brunt opened up to allow merging. That process is usually fast and efficient when it's clear the person was born more than 150 years ago.
Hi, I am responding to your message on my family tree. My name is Dena and I am having a difficult time with my tree. I had forgotten that I had an account and tried to start a new one because I no longer have my email@example.com email. I to have tried to merge my tree but since my email is closed I cannot. That is why you have gotten no response. My new email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to connect. Thank you for your patience.
Hello Beryl, this is Karen M aka Rantz-7. I looked at the merge for M Clark. It looks like a match to me- just as long a the dates are corrected to the profile I have, and any other noted data. Thanks for suggesting the match
Beryl, I agree that VanWormer-29 and Van Wormer-13 are the same person, however I'm reluctant to do a merge because of the tiny issue of the space (or lack thereof) in the VW. The whole tree would need to be merged, if the higher-ups agree.
Thanks Beryl for not merging the two Mitchells. There were two James Mitchells and two Jean Bradleys who married. My South Carolina James Mitchell and Martha Bradley have no connection to the Massachusetts James Mitchell and Jean Bradley. If anyone disagrees with this then please show me the provenance. Just because two couples share the exact same names doesn't prove that they are, in fact, the same couple. My James and Jean were most likely first or second generation immigrants to South Carolina.