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Fred Springer
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Has any male Arbuckles had Y-DNA testing done at FTDNA?  There is not yet an Arbuckle DNA Project at FTDNA.

Fred Springer

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Fred Springer
Altadena, CA
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Fred Springer
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I am happy to update this thead with good news.  Someone has undertaken the task of starting an Arbucle DNA project at FTDNA.  It as only just started, so it has 3 members.  If you choose, you can compare your DNA against their entire database.  If yoou are interested you should contact the project administrator, Michael Arbuckle at sixpack4speed@hotmail.com  .  DNA testing as worked well for me, Springer, and my mother's brother, Richardson.  there has been some surprise connections.  As time goes by, the database gows and connctions appear.

 Fred Springer

Fred Springer
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Carmen Marion Renfro
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I am not a male, but my grandfather was Frank Arbuckle, born in Huron Valley, TN, Dec 25 1879 of mixed parentage--white mother, possibly black father.  I could get my brother to take the test if there is any interest in pursuing this line.  I know my great-grandmother was caucasian.  Hope to hear back.  I find all of this very interesting.
Carmen Marion Renfro
Saint Louis, MO
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joshua arbuckle
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Fred Springer wrote:

Has any male Arbuckles had Y-DNA testing done at FTDNA?  There is not yet an Arbuckle DNA Project at FTDNA.

Fred Springer

fredspringer@erthlink.net

do i need too be an inportant person?
joshua arbuckle
Rice Lake, WI
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RE: DNA Testing
Emma Scheel
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I'm not a man, but it will be interesting to see what replys you get.  I just found this site and am researching Archibald Arbuckel (le) and family in Philadelphia in mid 1800's.  What about you?  Happy to share what I have.

Emma Scheel
Wilmington, DE
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