Brian (Phillips) Ward
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Brian (Phillips) Ward

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Brian L. Ward formerly Phillips
Born 1960s.
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Hi Brian,

My name is Sarah and I’m the new Project Leader for The Native Americans Project. This is your project check-in letter. I would love to hear back from you about your current Native American research interests and project related activity.

Thank you,

Sarah Mason, NA Project Leader

posted by Sarah Mason
Hello, it says you created the profile for Ephraim Parham/Parm - he was my 3rd great grandfather! How are you related to him? I see you DNA tested at ancestry, my results should be available at the end of the month
posted by Laura Parks
That is in my wife's tree. She descends from Theunis Hood. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hood-359
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
Brian Ward, I have recently found hand written notes of my great grandmother on Johnsons in Tucker County, WV (Black Fork and Dry Fork). As supported by ‘History of Tucker County’ these Johnsons lived mere miles apart. Some are clearly a direct relation to me. The others are of Rutger Jansen. The question is were they related to each other? I believe I read somewhere that you thought Richard Johnson (b. 1744-1748) was related to Rutger. I’d love to discuss this with you further. - Aaron Johnson
posted by [Living Johnson]
i wish i new more! but what i have is all i can come up with so far.
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
i wish i new more! but what i have is all i can come up with so far.
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
i wish i new more! but what i have is all i can come up with so far.
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
i wish i new more! but what i have is all i can come up with so far.
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
I wish I new more! but what I have is all I can come up with so far.
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
I wish I new more! but what I have is all I can come up with so far.
posted by Brian (Phillips) Ward
Brian and Natalie are 11th cousins through Doors-1. My line includes Custers, so check your relationship to General G.A. Custer.George Armstrong Custer.
posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi, Brian!

We are 7th Cousins through Jacob Castle. Hi, Cuz! I've enjoyed reading your "Very Interesting Family Connections." Thanks for all the work you've done. Sharon

posted by Sharon Richardson
Hi, Brian

Nice to know we are 5th cousins 1x removed! Some time ago, you had an article posted: The Moores of Barbour County. I have tried to find out where that came from or if there is more info as that is my direct line - Eli Moore is my 4 or 5x great grandfather and my brick wall is his parents.

Help please!!! Thank you. Sheryl

posted by Sheryl Moore
Brian and Cynthia are 18th cousins twice removed

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