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Barbara Bradley Petura
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  • Pullman, WA
  • United States
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Haplogroup U

For people who are in mtDNA Haplogroup U
Jun 21
Janet Cecil Bradley commented on Barbara Bradley Petura's group Bradley Genealogy
"My husband's  grandfather, Henry Bradley, an orphan,  was brought to St. Thomas Orphanage in Bardstown, KY in 1867, at the age of 6, along with an older brother, John Richard,  age 10.  We know that their mother was…"
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Bradley Genealogy

Welcome to all with Bradley ancestors. Post your Bradley family lineage or your Bradley queries here.
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Finding Family for Free

Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
Nov 12, 2015
Barbara Bradley Petura commented on Barbara Bradley Petura's group Finding Family for Free
"I read a great article this morning - How Can I Research My Roots Without Spending Money? - that I thought our group would like. It is by well known genealogy writers Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Meaghan E.H. Siekman. It makes your realize how…"
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Finding Family for Free

Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
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Finding Family for Free

Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
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Finding Family for Free

Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
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Finding Family for Free

Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
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Finding Family for Free

Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
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Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
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Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
Dec 29, 2014
Lisa T commented on Barbara Bradley Petura's group Haplogroup U
"Hello, My mtDNA is U2.  My Grandmother was born in Holland.  Most of her family is from Friesland in particular (Farmers).  Her family finder results (through Family Tree DNA- My Origins) is mostly Scandinavian.  This is her…"
Sep 18, 2014
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Sep 18, 2014
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Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
Aug 15, 2014
Earl Cameron commented on Barbara Bradley Petura's group Bradley Genealogy
"I’m at a dead end on my Bradley family tree.  My gg grandfather was Robert F Bradkey, born about 1841 in Missouri.  He served for three years in the 33rd Missouri Infantry during the Civil War, only to be shot to death by his stepson…"
Jul 14, 2014

Profile Information

What surnames are you interested in researching?
Becker, Boie, Booth, Bradley, Bruce, Church, Conger, Ebrey, Hachez, Leaming, Morey, Palmerton, Sharp, Simons, Speich, Stocker, Tonner
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United States, Germany, Shropshire and Yorkshire in England, Scotland, Switzerland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Online research, microfilm research, genealogy resources for Wisconsin [Milwaukee and New Holstein in particular], research and writing family histories
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To find out more about my mother's mother's ancestors as her father's Conger ancestors are well researched and recorded. To find my father's Bradley ancestors in Connecticut, which I did. To understand more about myself by understanding my roots.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://relativemusings.wordpress.com/
FINDING FAMILY FOR FREE:
If you're looking for genealogy tips and strategies that can help you find your ancestors for little or no cost, please visit my blog called Relative Musings. It is filled with many such ideas. The most recent post, for July 11, 2009, is on GenealogyWise for free networking on your surname, family location, Y or mtDNA haplogroup and much more. Or you can visit my Finding Family for Free Group here at GenealogyWise to share ideas and ask questions. Hope to see you there.

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At 10:14am on May 11, 2011, pauline anne hazell gave Barbara Bradley Petura a gift
At 5:47pm on November 26, 2010, Siobhan Meehan said…
Hi Barbara, probably will be next, she could be anywhere, the E-Mail address was a ."co.uk" one so that led me to search the UK, Siobhan.
At 1:46pm on November 26, 2010, Siobhan Meehan said…
Hi Barbara, every corner i turn in tracing my aunt i hit a brick wall, live in Ireland, have searched all Ireland and now searching England, born in a home for unmarried mothers but no records of who took her from the home, found a message from someone looking for information about their mother-their description was exactly the description of my aunt but the E-Mail address left was incorrect, what ya recon, Siobhan from County Mayo in Ireland.
At 6:40pm on November 9, 2010, Brownie MacKie said…
Hi, Barbara! I thought I had left "friends" behind when I stopped lurking on Facebook. :-) But I'll happily be your friend. Having the U5b haplogroup is new to me, and I don't know how to interpret it yet. I know generally what it means, but its implications should be interesting, also.
At 9:03pm on June 25, 2010, EVELYN M ANSELMI said…
MARY BRADLEY WAS MARRIED TO A CUNNINGHAM HAD ONE CHILD, LUCY. LOUISIANA
At 9:02am on October 21, 2009, Tootie Dennis said…
Barb, I would love to communicate with the desc. of Cephas' sister. Hook us up if you can. It would be my pleasure. I wonder which sister??
At 8:51am on October 21, 2009, Tootie Dennis said…
I am going to answer you via your e-mail. I am really quiet busy with so many websites....but the busy person is who gets things done, my mother always said. Tootie
At 3:21pm on August 25, 2009, Carol Robertson said…
All I know is that the Ebreys I am researching came from Shropshire. Haven't gone back past that.

Carol
At 10:04pm on July 17, 2009, Emily Doolin Aulicino said…
Oops...forgot to ask? Are you a proponent of Family Tree DNA or another testing group? If another, could we talk. I researched the three major companies and learned a LOT about each. I would dearly hate to see people go with a company that won't work best for them. I also have a post on my blog about this, but it is not the details that everyone should know. It is more on how to choose a company. That is, what questions to ask of them, etc. BUT, when asked, I will tell you what I discovered when I asked and what many, many others told me about the companies they used.
At 10:01pm on July 17, 2009, Emily Doolin Aulicino said…
Yes, delaying any testing isn't the best for several reasons. Do be sure to read the archives on my blog. There's a lot of good info there for the beginners, although you may not be one. I hope you are also a member of the Family Tree DNA group on GW and of the ISOGG group. If not, I strongly suggest those to to anyone interested in DNA testing, even just those who are curious.
 
 
 

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