|carole taylor puntenney (#47890355)|
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I feel the documents WE find on the internet are placed there to help us find our heritage. Anything that can tell us who we were/where we came from I feel is HISTORY that belongs to all of us and an honor to share.. not a desecration.
MY DNA TEST RESULTS:
mtDNA - "Ancestral Origins"
Your guess is as good as mine as to what this all MEANS
Country --MATCH -- Percentage -- REMARKS
I am only going to list the countries that have "Match" 10 or more --:UNLESS of course it is very INTERESTING
Austria ------4 --1012 - -0.04 --interesting???
BELARUS ---1-- 595 -- 0.2 ==Elena, my sons wife….
CANADA -22 --1086 --2.0 ??????????
Czech Republic--12--1017--1.2 ?????????
Denmark --6 --997 --0.6 --interesting???
E N G LA N D -149 --13312 --1.1 --YES, I agree both sides, course
Finland --20 -- 33140 --0.6 -- ?=never saw it
France --48 --4229 --1.1 --yep.. Mom's side
G E R M A N Y--138--13195--1.0 --yep.. Mom's side
Greece --12 --606 --2.0 --???
IRAQ --6 --226 --2.7 --REALLY: must be the BIBLE people
I R E L A N D --75 --10682 --0.7 --YES..both SIDES
North Ireland --3 -- 304 --1.0 --That would be the Protestant side ????
I T A L Y --33 --4115 --0.8 --???Got Me???
Netherlands --12 --1545 --0.8 --Yes, the Greers Dad's side
Norway --17 --2772 --0.6 --got me?
P O L A N D --20 --4893 --0.4 --aka; PRUSSIA yes… Mom's side
RUSSIAN Fed (Cossack clan on the Ukrainian steppes) --10 --2986 ---0.3
Toepfer's/ I know where they are buried in Samara, Samara Oblast, Russian Federation
S C O T L A N D --63 --5258 --1.2 --Yes, The GREERS Dad's side
S P A I N --11 --2040 --0.5 --guess, that would be Tea Tephi/Heremon
S W E D E N --25 --3279 --0.7 --Magog, from the BIBLE….
Switzerland --15 --1595 --0.9 --got me?
United Kingdom --81 --7331 --1.1 --yep, Mom's PATERNAL side….
United STATES??? --23 -2569 ---0.9 --Who is this? ME or Native American
N A T I V E AMER. --5 --3515 --0.1 --YEP, Susan Patsy Fields-Manis Cherokee
Wales: aka:England --11 --1127 --1.0 --?????Wales aka: United Kingdom
PLUS the misc::: --57 === Heinz variety
WELL, guess this tells me one thing, where I get my VERY BLAND taste buds
BUT, IF my dna ONLY traces the maternal lineage, bull pucky… this report is a LIE!!!!!!!!
It doesn't even tell me who my Mom/Dad were but on one page it did say,
"my furthest ancestors were John Alden/Priscilla"
(I could not find the SOURCES to prove this) but my ancestors that are of the same year and same place would be the Hathaways... on my Mom's side....
IF you can read it plz... let me in on the secret...
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I wasn't able to upload all his photos...as his memorial does not have a 'sponsor'. And I don't have your email address. C.J.
|Names in Stone||RE: Puntenney's|
glad to transfer to family, or someone that wants the memorials, if there are anymore, just let me know.
|Debbie Klotsche||Arminta "Minnie" Puntenney Hutchinson|
How sure are you that she went by Mary. On her headstone she in Minnie and )n the 1880 census she is Arminta Puntney. so I know the parents you sent me are correct.
|The Old Genealogist||Allen Bales|
Many of these stories get changed with each telling, but this is what I found online to answer your question.
Allen D. Bales was discharged from the Union Arm, Dec 1863, because he was over age and he had a large family of young children. He knew a group of Confederates under the command of Col. Price were camped about a mile east of his home. He sent his son, Joseph, on a horse to tell some of his neighbors, the Home Guards, who were sympathizers of the Union, about the enemy camping near by. Allen went to find their location. He got caught. They asked him where his son had gone and Allen said, to look for a cow and calf, another version is he went squirrel hunting. The Confederate troop told him that if the Home Guards did not molest them, that they would let him go free. Of course, the Home Guards did not know this and they rushed in on the enemy. The Confederates heard them coming; they put a gun between 2 trees and bent the barrel over and killed Allen D. He died 1 month before his daughter, Letitia, #12 was born. He died 27 June 1864,
|CJ Jackson||# 151890397|
Now the Greenwood Office says his location is: Bible Mausoleum, 4th floor, Sanctuary of Daniel corridor, Tier D, Crypt #26. And said his birth or death dates are not exactly the same as on your 'request'. If you add this location to your 'request' another photo volunteer may get the photos. C.J.
|Searching_bloodlines||RE: New Hampshire WOW|
I actually live north of Atlanta but we do have a summer cottage in Alton Bay, NH which is just a few miles from Barnstead. That area is such fertile ground to discover over looked and un-photographed markers that are also very old. My adopted father is from that area and so my family has been going there for summers ever since I can remember and now I do the same with my family.
I am not familiar with Wikitree and have worked exclusively with Ancestry where my DNA screen sits as well. However, I would be happy to accept your invitation in hopes that it could be a valuable tool. Find A Grave is more of a hobby for me and not my primary research tool. I enjoy documenting and honoring the deceased for others to enjoy after we are all gone.
Thank you in advance for your invitation. I look forward to hearing from you!
I find your work fascinating and just thought I would write to thank you. You see, I am an adopted child that draws a direct line of descendancy to Stephen D. Taylor of Owensboro, KY. through his daughter, Waxie, who is my great grandmother. It has taken me ten years just to get to this point as I worked through the adoption firewalls. I only recently located the work you have completed and am so very appreciative to know that I have "something to go on". It'll be nice knowing I won't need to chart new waters every step in my journey going forward. My "bloodline search" has already proven a Devine intervention due to the fact that I am here. I don't see how anyone could view differently the fact that I carry the same given name, Stephen, as my birth father who was in fact named after his great grand father, Stephen D. Taylor! The twists and turns of fate are incredible. Thank you again!
|Jerry Huffman||RE: Fred Taylor|
You are very welcome. Glad to help.
|Jerry Huffman||Fred Taylor|
Hope this helps.....
FRED M. TAYLOR
July 15, 1920-July 4, 2000
Fred M. Taylor, 79, of Imperial Beach died Tuesday. He was born in Kansas. Mr. Taylor served in the Navy from 1937 to 1967, retiring as a chief petty officer.
Survivors include his wife, Clara Taylor; daughters, Coleen Hildebrand of San Diego, Noreen Starkey of Imperial Beach and Marleen Brichoux of Imperial Beach; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Services: 10 a.m. tomorrow, Greenwood Mortuary, Interstate 805 and Imperial Avenue, San Diego.
San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA) - Friday, July 7, 2000
|T. Walker||Bertie/Birdie Phillips Greer|
Carole, please email me at email@example.com. I am very interested in knowing what information you have on the above woman. I mistakenly called her a great-aunt. She is actually the half-sister of my father, so she is my aunt. My grandfather abandoned his six daughters after his first wife died. I only knew their names. I finally tracked down five of them during the past year, but you are the first relative I have been able to find. I look forward to hearing from you soon. I'm excited about this news. Teresa
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