The biography for Kathleen Rogan is empty. What can you add?
On 10 Mar 2018 at 18:17 GMT Kay (Johnson) Wilson wrote:
In response to the comment you posted on the profile of William Stebbins-87: Only yDNA tests can be used to confirm relationships as far back as 13th great grandfather, and only men can take a yDNA test. auDNA tests (Ancestry, 23andMe, Family Finder) are only useful back to about 3rd great grandparents.
On 5 Mar 2018 at 18:18 GMT Martha Garrett wrote:
11th great-grandfather Thomas Stratton (1546 - 1596) son of John Stratton Francis Joseph Stratton (1593 - 1641) son of Thomas Stratton Edward Stratton (1633 - 1688) son of Francis Joseph Stratton Rebecca Stratton (1649 - ) daughter of Edward Stratton Anne Featherstone (1674 - 1745) daughter of Rebecca Stratton Susannah Featherstone Burton (1695 - 1751) daughter of Anne Featherstone Stephen Burton Garrett (1733 - 1816) son of Susannah Featherstone Burton Elijah Caleb Banard Garrett (1777 - 1855) son of Stephen Burton Garrett Isaac D Garrett (1823 - 1870) son of Elijah Caleb Banard Garrett Thomas Alexander Garrett (1848 - 1898) son of Isaac D Garrett James Logan Garrett (1886 - 1962) son of Thomas Alexander Garrett Glen E Garrett (1922 - ) son of James Logan Garrett Martha Elizabeth Garrett You are the daughter of Glen E Garrett
On 5 Mar 2018 at 16:10 GMT Martha Garrett wrote:
On 18 Jan 2017 at 02:31 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:
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