She is the biological daughter of Lewis Nelson Modrall and Nada Menia Oberlechner Modrall
MODRALL DNA PROJECT- Administrators Ryan Modrall email@example.com , Group Administrator Surnames Moderwell, Moderwill, Modral, Modrall, Modrel, Modrell, Motheral, Motherell, Motherwill Background Project formed July 20, 2005.
A man from Scotland with the surname RIDDELL left for unknown reasons, possibly after being evicted by the king of Scotland when the king was evicting Catholics. Once in America the name appears as something like Murderall, (the “d” may have been pronounced “th” with the old Scottish accent) We have heard stories about a clan (of Riddells?) possibly from Motherwell, was either fighting with another Riddell family (or an unrelated family) and upon being evicted from their homeland MURDERED the other clan in retaliation or vengeance or to “save the abused children?” (Good or bad what was done is lost to history), and then they left before they could be caught. Hence the name change…MURDER-ALL?
At this time Ryan Modrall has been placed solidly on the RIDDELL DNA family tree with a 67 marker test, a 111 marker test has been ordered along with an L21 SNP. We suspect that if you match with MODRALL DNA that you will also match with the RIDDELL DNA so Please join the RIDDELL project as well!. Gail RIDDELL is a great Genetics project administrator and her calculations with numerous programs have returned the MODRALL branch back to the RIDDELL family tree somewhere around 300-700 years ago, so far...
With more male Modralls and variants testing to 67 and 111 markers we can delve deeper and get more accurate results.
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On 23 Aug 2019 at 07:39 GMT Andrea (Stawski) Pack wrote:
Betty Betty Pack one of her paternal greats.
Looked at your DNA line
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