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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Smith, Schmid, Schmidt, Losa, Schneiderhan, Schnell, Kiemle, Kelmendi, Shockey, Schacke, Jaggi, Schembri, Sorci, Picinich, Tomasevic, Lelcaj, Skenderi, Kurtagic, Selmanovic, Gorek, Spina, Fussichen, Dinic, Parianos, Aglushevich, Gluscevic, Osmanlic, Agovic...
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Sicily, Albania, Greece, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovakia,
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Professional Genealogist
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Genetics, Molecular Anthropology, Archaeaology, and the basics of old school genealogy (microfilms of historical records) real paper trails.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Those who know, Know
Those who dont know, Guess
DNA helps
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://sites.google.com/site/thesmithfamilycorp/

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At 10:27am on July 28, 2010, Patricia Rose Enger said…
Tyson,

You are so kind! I appreciate your help, and I will see what I can find. (Census records are fantastic but certainly have name misspellings - poor Olyette, for one...!) Thank you so much.
Petey
At 7:33am on July 28, 2010, Patricia Rose Enger said…
Good morning, Tyson, and thank you for your comment.

I have been considering asking the 25 marker match from VT if he would allow me to purchase an upgrade for him to the 67 markers.

I was not aware of a Canada reference for Olyette. Would you mind telling me where you found that? I am so happy that Hiram and Lydia named some of their children "interesting" names - Olyette and Faba have led me to a number of discoveries.
Petey (my nickname)
At 9:12pm on April 20, 2010, patsy adkins said…
Thank you so much for the addtional information. My peter may very will be related to your Smith Line.

Would my brother count for the DNA testing. Peter Smith is a direct line for the both of us. He is only male I know of at the moment.

Yu have a lot more on him and jesse smith too. I have the census records on the both of them but thats about it and some land records from Cabell Co. WV.
At 7:39pm on April 19, 2010, patsy adkins said…
Ive seen that but that never worked for me. The only one I ever saw that might work for me is where they think his father might be Jesse Smith. Who was in both Kanawha and Cabell around the time Peter would have been here. That might have been who was living with Peter in the 1840 census. There is a Jesse Smith Cemetery in Lincoln Co. WV. Never been to it. But was told that perhaps Peter Smith and his wife might be buried there. Im doing this all from memory.lol. But you have seen this family before good to know. I have who most of there kids married etc. Still need to tie up loose end on those to make sure those are right etc.
At 8:16pm on April 17, 2010, patsy adkins said…
hi there
As I was telling you last night. Im working on the Smith's from Cabell Co. WV.
My direct line is Peter Smith born 1805 died around 1860 either Cabell or Lincoln Co. WV. Married Asinith Alford. Daughter of George and Mary Burnside Alford. There daughter Marinda Smith married Andrew Jackson Chandler.
Have you ran across this Peter Smith in research. thank you so much
 
 
 

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