Genealogist hobbyist. I keep my tree on ancestry.com and use wikitree for research and try to help clean up and contribute to profiles of my ancestors. ancestry user is LIndaBrad29, no DNA on ancestry unfortunately.
The Stauf family comes from Wielputz near Cologne, Germany with additions from other parts of Germany and Alsace plus one doctor from Scotland by the name of Peter Kincaid. They all ended up in St. Louis, MO by some twist of fate. However, the Stauf line was "intercepted" in 1901 by an NPE meaning that my actual Y-DNA male heritage is Billington from England before that date.
The Larson side encompasses Swedish, Austrian, Bohemian (Czech Republic) and English immigrants including colonists from the mid 1630s and U.E. Loyalists who detoured through Canada after the Revolutionary War before coming back to the U.S. through Michigan and Kansas before ending up in Omaha, NE.
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Brad is 20 degrees from Charles Grey, 21 degrees from Henry Herbert, 26 degrees from William Cobbett, 21 degrees from William Lamb, 28 degrees from James Lush, 26 degrees from David Heath, 21 degrees from Mary Ann Withers, 23 degrees from Robert Blake, 42 degrees from William Dove, 24 degrees from Richard Venfield, 31 degrees from James House and 21 degrees from Karen Stewart on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.