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Debbie Kennett
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Debbie Kennett joined Keith Bage's group

Guild of One-Name Studies

The Guild of One-Name Studies is the world's leading genealogical organisation for one-name studies. This group is not restricted to Guild members, and is open to everyone with an interest in one-name studies.See More
Nov 14, 2023
JoAnn Murphy joined Debbie Kennett's group

Crews Genealogy

A worldwide group for everyone with an interest in the surname Crews.
Sep 11, 2022
Nicola Sherrock joined Debbie Kennett's group

Devon Genealogy

A group for anyone with an interest in the English county of Devon. It will be a place where we can share news, links, research interests and problems.
Mar 22, 2022
Laurel Page Brown joined Debbie Kennett's group

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Cruwys, Cruse, Cruise, Crewes, Crews, Screws and Scruse as part of my one-name study. I am also researching the following surnames: Berryman, Bodger, Boundy, Couch, Eastmond, Dillon, Faithfull, Gough, Kennett, Pigg, Ratty, Rudd, Smart, Tidbury, Tout, Trask, Rattey, Westcott, Wiggins, Woolfenden, Wolfenden.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
England, Devon, Somerset, Berkshire, Hampshire, London, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Middlesex, Canada, America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
One-name studies, DNA testing, research in Devon and Berkshire. I am the author of "DNA and Social Networking: A Guide to Genealogy in the Twenty-First Century" which was published by the History Press in November 2011.

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At 4:14am on March 20, 2021, James Emmett said…

I am a new member of the Devon Geneology group and in my exploring the site or related sites I read someone's message asking for information about Daniel Emmett.  I have data about him and his family but now can't find that message.  Worse, I can't find how to tell anyone hence my contacting you.  I don't want to go outside the Devon Geneology group.

Maybe you can help

Jim Emmett

At 5:32pm on January 26, 2016, Jeff Crews said…


You are most likely correct. My gmail was also included in the cc and it is not a part of my GW profile. Curious timing, however.


At 7:17am on August 2, 2012, Paul Caverly said…

I just finished reading DNA USA by Bryan Sykes. I enjoyed the book but of course I am into genealogy DNA. Still lots of DNA stuff I am not familiar with and the technology is moving faster than I can keep up with. Sykes spent 3 months travelling across the USA trying to understand the American melting pot of genes. Sykes used new DNA methodology called Chromosome Painting to look at some individual DNA. This painting method was used to distinguish European, African and Asian/Native American DNA markers that may show up in individual DNA results.

One interesting item that caught my attention was a colored map of the USA showing self-declared ancestries in the highest proportions in each county taken from the 2000 census. I was surprised to see such a large group of German ancestry indicated in what appears to be at least one half of the USA. Almost all of Michigan shows German ancestry except for a couple of very small areas of Dutch, African American and Finnish ancestries. Almost every state west of Penn. in the northern half of the USA showed mainly German. You can find the map on Wikipedia

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