Edie (Nibling) Kohutek is a Project Member of the Texas Project.
Edie (Nibling) Kohutek is participating with Southern Super Sweepers during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon.
Born in Texas as a fifth-generation Texan. My relatives helped settle Texas and were a part of the Republic of Texas prior to becoming one of the United States of America. Family reportedly descended from Mayflower pilgrims.
First-hand information. Entered by Edith Nibling at registration.
Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 3,583.3 cM match between Edith Nibling GEDmatch A346257 and her mother Ruth Frazier GEDmatch A436421.
Paternal relationship between Edith Nibling and Boyd Nibling is confirmed by a 1931.19 cM match between Edith (Nibling) Kohutek - GED match A346257 and her half-sister, Iris Nibling - GED match A500723, with estimated number of generations to MRCA of 1.4.
I'm looking for any connection to Martin Gaines Frazier/Frazer who was born most likely in South Carolina around 1800 or 1805, lived and married in Tennessee, and was living in Sabine, Gregg County, Texas by 1837. His wife is assumed to be Martha Mayfield. She died in Sabine in approximately 1840. After his wife died, he left all of his children, except for the oldest William, and went to California.
I enjoy learning more history as I learn about my family.
Edie Kohutek's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Edie or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
Hi Edie, apologies, I did send an email reply, but it did not go through I think, so communicating here is better :-) I am overseas in Japan (missionaries) and recently our home email server is not always sending out emails, but always receiving (weird). Anyway, YES, thank you for catching mistakes. I sometimes put info too quickly, need to be more careful in my research.
Edie, The source for Charles Alexander death date is the SS Death index. It also is verified from the Find-A-Grave Memorial. Although I don't use the FAG for the main source, it does backup the SS Index. I'm working on expanding my tree so that it will help with DNA matches, I'm doing my Lamb line right now.
Thank you for your support for Texas, Edie. I finally removed the Texas Category and 2 others. (Actually the county categories were already on the Counties, and since the counties are a sub-project of the Texas Project, perhaps in some minds they look at them as sub-categories.