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Sol family in northern Europe


Sol family in northern Europe

For sharing of Sol family history, especially of three Sol families in Holland. Probably decended from Jan Sol, of Haarlem ca 1590-1600.

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Soll Family Coat of Arms from Amsterdam

From the Hans Heinrich Reclam heraldry collection this card contains the arms from the Soll family from Amsterdam. J B Rietstap records the same arms in the Armorial General.

Started by Armando Framarini Jan 27, 2010.

Sol, Soule DNA and halogrouping

I am a little familiar with DNA but have not fully researched it. Do you know how many Soule have contributed to the DNA test? Has there been any close grouping from a variant of completely different…Continue

Started by Armando Framarini Dec 6, 2009.

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Comment by Armando Framarini on May 8, 2010 at 4:42pm
Hey Kimberly and Patrick, a person posted 170 Sol names on with only a few going back to late 1600's! He is also starting a website > < which will contain his Sol genealogy. He may be able to help you in your reseach!
Comment by Louise Walsh Throop on March 11, 2010 at 3:27pm
Kimberly Ann, Good to hear from you! Do you think you have a male Sol relative (brother? father? cousin?) who would be willing to do a Y-DNA test? I am trying to match the Y-DNA test results from men descended from a Soule man b. ca 1601. Can you help? What city/cities in the Netherlands are your greatgrandfather and grandfather from?
Comment by Kimberly Ann Sol on March 11, 2010 at 2:45pm
Hi I am new to the site and saw this group my grandfathers name was Jan Sol 1901 - 1989 and he was born in the Netherlands. He was married to Magdalena Van Shaffel 1901 - 1977. My Great Grandfather was Pieter Sol.
Comment by Armando Framarini on January 27, 2010 at 5:10pm
I have every arms from these books from the 1600s.
I am just starting to go through them. I will send any of them that you want but remember there are over 100,000 arms to go through. I will collect all Sol and variants and put them in a photo album. I have the page with "Sold" arms from Alsace already.
Comment by Patrick Edward Sol on January 27, 2010 at 4:44pm

The link here on top i just found !
I don't have pay pal.
I think that if you pay the amount you can get the picture.
There are some weapons with the name sol in the list.
You can see them a litle.
Comment by Armando Framarini on January 27, 2010 at 4:34pm
Thats allright, translating heraldry may confuse people in thier own language.

Hopefully when you send the scan I will be able to make our lines that denote colors. I see raised dots so I believe you Sol wax seal has a field color of Gold(background).

This is what the Solle seal or Zegel should look like when it is rediscovered. The colors are to be derermined when the seal is found, the blackend portion is what should be raised from the seal. The Mill Rind may be a different style also, but basically lool like this.

Comment by Patrick Edward Sol on January 27, 2010 at 4:07pm
Sorry,I do my best to translate it the right way in english.
Comment by Armando Framarini on January 27, 2010 at 4:02pm
Basically 3 acorns (2 top, 1 bottom) pointing up with a leaf of each side of the acorns. With 5 leaf crown overall. It confused me when you said on each leaf. I think this interesting because I think I have seen these arms! I will start researching my collection of books and materials. I have no luck in finding Sol-Zoll Genealogie yet!
Comment by Patrick Edward Sol on January 27, 2010 at 3:55pm
I tried to copy it here.
It didn't work.
Its on my home page here on the site
Comment by Armando Framarini on January 27, 2010 at 3:47pm
Where do you have it posted? I was waiting for you to post it here!

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