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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 Patrick Edward Sol on December 15, 2009 at 12:03pm
There is no copy of the book.
They replied on my email and said its just registered there that it exists.
I will check out some second hand bookstores.
Comment by Armando Framarini on December 14, 2009 at 8:54am
There was a marriage between Jan van Swol(of Emden) and a Maria van Bocholt(of Hesselt) in 1594. Is this why you tested 2 Swol's?
Comment by Armando Framarini on December 12, 2009 at 5:45am
There is also a copy in Den Haag at the Central Bureau of Genealogie

If you go can you get photocopies of the following (5) from the Muschart collection
Codering(en) volgens Muschart bij de naam Zoll, van
53I: Twee leeuwen

Codering(en) volgens Muschart bij de naam Sol
88A: Monogram, letters door of naast elkaar

Codering(en) volgens Muschart bij de naam Sol, van
12H: Gevierendeeld: 1+4 palen (inclusief vairpalen)

Codering(en) volgens Muschart bij de naam Solbol
52A: Een leeuw

Codering(en) volgens Muschart bij de naam Soll
19IJ:
Comment by Armando Framarini on December 12, 2009 at 5:29am
Yes the book called "Genealogie Zoll-Sol, 1732-1995" by R . Sol in 1997
The Publisher Rienbek-may have a copy
A copy is at the University of Groningen
Only a limited number published
Checking my connections for you.
Comment by Patrick Edward Sol on December 12, 2009 at 2:59am
Titel Genealogie Zoll-Sol, 1732-1995
Auteur R. Sol
Uitgever s.n., 1997
Lengte 134 pagina's

I ve read the comments you were talking about google books.
There is a book written about Zoll-sol familie.
There is no example on google books so i will try to find a copy somewere in a book store.
I wil let you know if i found one.
Comment by Armando Framarini on December 8, 2009 at 1:39am
Oh that has to be Brussels, and Labus I have to check out proper place"?"
Comment by Armando Framarini on December 8, 2009 at 1:26am
I just woke up 2 am here in the morning but going back to bed.

Check out Moens book "The marriage, baptismal and burial registers, 1571-1874, and monumental inscriptions of the Dutch Reformed Church, Austin Friars, London: with a short account of the strangers and their churches" free in GOOGLE BOOKS online.
The name Labus bothered me. Seen it one other place with a Solt-Bommel, Solt-Brommel, or Solt-Brugge(s/n). My personal papers are in europe to help for a book with the Soldt/Solt/Sold families. I was told that the hyphenated Solts were not connected to date.
Comment by Louise Walsh Throop on December 7, 2009 at 11:37pm
Wow! You found it....is it a marriage or betrothal record? where? any children's records??....and where are the towns Bruijesel and Labus???

Louise
Comment by Armando Framarini on December 7, 2009 at 9:05pm
I knew I see Labus before. Need a translation?

Comment by Louise Walsh Throop on December 6, 2009 at 11:17am
Yes, there is a Y-DNA project housed with FamilyTreeDNA (FTDNA) with about 30 Soule/Soles/Sowl men who have tested. About two-thirds of them are identical......so since they all descend from the common recent ancestor, George Soule of the Mayflower in 1620, we can deduce the Y-DNA pattern for this George.

FTDNA has many family projects, and in the past 9 years some 500,000 tests have been done. Test kits can be ordered on their website, and it helps to go through a family group as then you get the 'group' rate for the test. Anyone who wants can order by putting SOULE in the query box, and thus get the group rate. There are also geographic projects as well as surname projects, so one can migrate his test results to one other project with FTDNA.....you are allowed to list with two projects with FTDNA.

Once your test results come back from the lab, which takes 6-8 weeks, then FTDNA will give you a listing of matches. It help to do the three panel Y-DNA37 test with 37 spots tested as the first panel or Y-DNA12 test only does 12 spots on the Y chromosome and yields a lot of unuseful matches.

My hope is to locate several Sol men and see if any match the known Y-DNA pattern from George Soule descendants. It takes two men who match to identify the Y-DNA pattern for their family......for example, two van Zwoll men in North America have tested and are essentially identical in test results, which proves that they descend from the same distant ancestor in Holland!

I understand there are about 1200 telephone listings in Holland for Sol. So my challenge is how to find a couple of men for Y-DNA testing!!!
 

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