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Recent books I have read. Some would be good Xmas gifts. All published 2012.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Nellie Dec 21, 2012.

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"I just found a local health lab (Ontario) advertising genetic DNA testing. Cost up to $5000."
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"I reduced the number of genealogy organizations I pay into. I sometimes drop membership for a year or so than pick it up again."
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"How far does someone what to dig into their family tree? I don't mind just picking the low lying fruit in my genealogy and DNA."
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Paul Caverly commented on Blaine Bettinger's group Genetic Genealogy
"I added the Living DNA test to my long list of DNA testing.I did discover a few new details. In another search gedmatch helped find more source info with a very distant match (7th cousin)."
Nov 19, 2018
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"Small clues. DNA matching found another source in my genealogy searching.Finding sources in 15th & 16th century is a challenge."
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Nov 19, 2018
Paul Caverly replied to Meg McLaughlin's discussion Cavanagh in the group Ireland and Irish Ancestry
"https://www.familytreedna.com/projects.aspx   Project Members            Description Cavanaugh/Kavanagh    212         This is a Y-DNA…"
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"My tests from LivingDNA are in."
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"A Genealogical History of Europe Kindle (free) William McCreight (Author),‎ Antje McCreight (Editor) Couldn'tkeep up with all the names."
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"For Brenda Smith. Ancestry has some free online course under their ‘AncestryAcademy’ which are interesting and since they are free, why not. Note, not all the courses they have are free, double check. FTM has a lot of learning…"
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Caverly, Caverley, McInnes, MacGilvray, Henry, DeForest, Brown/Braun, Stutt
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Canada, USA, Ireland, UK, Germany
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To learn about my roots, find distant cousins and leave a family history for my children.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/a/v/Paul-R-Caverly/ind...

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At 2:20pm on April 5, 2014, Maureen Weber said…

I saw your comments to Sarah Braun on Ancestry and have to ask you if your wife remembers what Braun family branch settled in Kitchener, Ontario Canada.  My grandmother, Caroline Braun may be a relative of hers.  She was one of 7 children of Michael Braun and Margaretha Hildebrandt.  Her siblings were Valentine, Jacob, Michael, Charles, Margaret and Catherine.  Caroline was married to Philip Lobsinger and they settled in Mildmay.  She was baptized in St. Paul's Luthern Church in Neustadt.  She converted to Catholicism after marriage and her family "disowned her" afterwards.  I'm looking for more information on this family.  Could you please help me or refer me to someone that can?  I sincerely appreciate any help you can give me.  Maureen Weber maw105@aol.com

At 3:09pm on August 3, 2012, Debbie Kennett said…

I haven't yet had a chance to read the new Sykes book as it's not yet been published in the UK. I've referred to the Wikipedia article you mentioned before and I was also surprised at the large amount of German ancestry. Perhaps we're not so much aware of it as we only have contacts with Americans who are researching their British ancestry.  I understand the chromosome paintings used by Sykes were provided by 23andMe. They are supposed to be refining their admixture analyses to make them a little more detailed, though I'm not sure when the change will take place.

At 9:50pm on November 19, 2011, Sandee Bennett said…

Hi Paul: 

 

I think we have communicated a long time ago.  After about 12-15 years I am still searching for the connection of my mom's family Isaac Deforest born 1801 in Nova Scotia.  I have so much information on the DeForest I sometimes think somewhere is the clue.  He shows up with his family in CT in 1840 before he is in Rochester in 1850.  I have tried every angle.  I thought for the longest time that he might be a loyalist.  I have found names of Deforest loyalist however I cannot make the connection of them to Isaac.   I hope to go to the New England Genealogical Historical Society in Boston as they have Nova Scotia records.    This summer I did go to Long Island and I saw the old church and grave site across the street.  I would have to look on a map, I think it was Huntington.  Well were ever it was there was a Deforest trace 

Sandee

At 9:59am on April 13, 2011, Chris Halliday said…
Thanks for the kind words Paul. The PgDip is Postgraduate Diploma in Genealogy and PgCert is the Postgraduate Certificate.One can progress each year onto the next level if successful.I am now studying for the MSc in Genealogy,and this should hopefully be an end to my formal studies.I am currently designing a web site www.scotlandsgenealogy.com which I hope will be ready when I turn full time professional about July.I would certainly be willing to explore your Scottish connections. 
At 9:47pm on August 27, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…
There is a MacGilvary (McGillivray) in the Weatherford line. See Generation 7, child #15
At 9:43pm on August 27, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…

At 3:08am on August 26, 2009, Janet Peacock said…
I haven't traced back to any Irish Stutt ancestors as yet, Paul.
So far, mine are in the East Riding of Yorkshire (back to 17th C, but with a Robert Stut being Mayor of Hull in the 14thC). I know there were a lot of Stutts in the Bristol area ---- no links to mine as yet either. There is a John Hamilton Stutt(1924-2008) from Paisley who designed golf courses, but I don't know where he fits in, if at all.
 
 
 

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