I'm having trouble finding a dna bank to find relatives in latino America like Mexico or Columbia Argentina Chile and whatnot, can someone point In thr right direction?also What are some big dna banks I can submit dna to
Seeking death information for Chatarina DORN, b September 1879 Illinois to Simon DORN and Catharine Hopp. Listed in 1880 US Census as living in Belleville, Illinois. Not listed with parents in 1900 Census, but mother Catharine listed as having 3 children and 3 living. Seeking death information. Brother Edward DORN and Ellen HARPER also lived in Illinois. Email firstname.lastname@example.org .
My grandfather, Edward DAMS left Prussia/Poland about 1904 and emigrated to Canada. We have been told he did not want to "run the family hotel." In Canada he married Marguerite Decker b. 1879 from Mondorf-Les-Bains, Luxembourg.
According to Edward's birth certificate and baptismal record (translated from Russian) he was born in Wielki Piatek, Stawiszyn, Poland on April 5, 1881 to the parents of Ferdinand Dams and Henrietta Kubisch.
We have a hand written note (about 1911 or later) by Ferdinand Dams b. 1843 (Edward's father) with a return address Sorau N/L, Lugeberge, Deutschland (present day Zary, Lubuskie, Poland) written to Canadian family members. I don't know if Sorau was a permanent address after Wielki Piatek. I don't know where Ferdinand Dams died.
I was told in 1994 by Edward's daugher, that the family hotel was located in Langendorf but was now called Langen.
My family line is: Hotel owner, great grandfather, Ferdinand Dams (b. 1843), then my grandfather, Edward Dams (b. 1881), then my father, Ferdinand Edward Dams (b. 1907) then to me, Doris Peters.
If anyone has information about the DAMS' Family Hotel and would like to share it, please contact me, Doris Dams Peters, at email@example.com. I thank you for any information you may be able to provide.
I have an important family video that has ended up on Google photos. I would now like to add it to an individual on My Heritage but does anyone know how to accomplish this? I usually save these files to desktop and do it from there, but these don't seem to work in that fashion..?
Background: Karlal Shah was the founding father of Karlal. He believed to be migrated from South Afghanistan to Indian subcontinent. Karlals claim their ancestry back to Alexander The Great. Hapolgroups observed in the Karlal tribe during the study were haplotypes H (European) 25%, N (Asian) 24%, and N1 (Eurasian) 21%.
GENETIC ANALYSES OF THE MAJOR TRIBES OF ABBOTTABAD AND MANSEHRA DISTRICTS THROUGH DENTAL MORPHOLOGY AND DNA ANALYSES
On October 18th, 1943, Molly Webby (born in Hastings, NZ 1924) married PFC Truitt Alan Anderson, USMC, at Reverend North's residence at 26 Aurora Terrace, Wellington, NZ. Molly's mother was Georgina Rose Howarth who married Webby and later married Dickason. Dora Marshall of Welllington was a witness to the marriage. I am writing the biography of Corporal William Wesley Bennett, USMC who's life was intertwined with Molly and Truitt during this time. Truitt was killed at Tarawa on November 20th, 1943 and is still listed as Missing In Action. This group of young people frequented the home of Mrs. Helen Taylor at 54 Nevay Rd. in Miramar, Wellington and Helen Taylor had two daughters, Nannette and Margaret. Your information is not only helpful, but could assist in locating the remains of PFC Anderson.
Brent A. Peterson, Yorkville, USA firstname.lastname@example.org 815-325-0707 (USA)
I wish i read the replies messages first before i order the DNA Kit, one of the bottles does not contain the liquid. I tried to communicate with them by phone but there is always a long waiting list. I wrote them an email and I have not received a response yet ..
And Now i found that the results are inaccurate !!!!!!!!!
Searching for marriage and death information for Miles L. Cunningham. Wife’s initials may be “M.E.” Had son Tobe Edward Cunningham 19 Oct 1878 in Tennessee. Tobe died 18 Nov 1936 in Lilbourn, New Madrid, MO. It is possible Miles owned a general store between 1900 and death in either the Poinsett County area of Arkansas or New Madrid, MO
Seeking vital records or other vital information for Allen Joseph STOUT (STOTT, STOTE, STOOT, STAUT), b 1815 Kentucky to Joseph STOUT and Anna SMITH. Lived in Ohio, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, and Utah.
Married Elizabeth ANDERSON in Nauvoo, Illinois in 1843. Married Amanda Melvina FISK in Nebraska in 1848.
Children: Charles, Allen, and Martha born to [wife] Elizabeth from 1844-1848; children: Lydia, Alfred, Hosea, David, Rebecca, Allen, Amanda, John, Orlando, Milton, Don Carlos, Huldah, Anna, and Marion born to [wife] Amanda from 1849-1876.
[Wife] Elizabeth ANDERSON died in 1848 after childbirth, possibly in Nauvoo, Illinois, United States. Allen Joseph STOUT d 1889 Utah. Email email@example.com.
I have just found out that my ggg grandfather's wedding announcement says he was engaged 7yrs. Marriage 1812 so he waited since 1805.... This was the beginning of the Napoleonic Wars. Is there any way I can find out whether or not he served in the military? Here's hoping
First, I use MyHeritage for 3 weeks and I like it a lot, especiaally thier superb simple interface (there is no stupid icons, but WORDS).
It seems however that MyHer. gets the matches using existing personal trees without checking what they offer. I got
the match of Helmold II von Luneborg /Tuvi Palnissun and offered as new information the name of his wife, Sophia von Pleskau.
But she was already in my tree as the wife of Theodoricus De Ropa and that info I got from MyHeritage and Geni.com.
The opinions of who's wife is she are different, as well as the info who was their son (WOldemat von Rosen or Waldemar von Rosen - 2 different people). If anyone has some solid knowledge about this matter I will love to hear it.
The most common mistake in census records, the spelling of names, keeps the Anton Geppert family incognito. In this case the census taker spelled the head of household surname “Keppart”and the first name “Antone”. Most likely the census taker wrote down the names of the head of household based on what he heard said. Now I know the spelling errors, and my citation will note the same for the person in question. Anyone reading our Geppert family tree branch in the future and looking at my research would know what I had found and why. Census records are a source for primary citations. Census records are great for finding facts about your people and, helping to confirm information found in other sources. What if anything can I do within My Heritage to aid the next person searching the Illinois US census 1870 for the Anton Geppert family? Pete
Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Johann Donhauser on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. ... Johann Baptist Donhauser was born on month day 1762. ... Maria was born on February 14 1772, in Wutschdorf.