Posted By:Lynnette Younggren
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Subject:DNA family project includes Browning
Post Date:May 27, 2010 at 10:18:20
Message URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/browning/messages/4098.html
Forum:Browning Family Genealogy Forum
Forum URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/browning/

I'm big into DNA genealogy now because it helps with connections that are difficult or impossible to find with written records. I have one of those situations with Browning. I recently found out my grandfather's name was George A Browning. He would have been in the Detroit, Michigan area in 1921.

Family Tree DNA (www.familytreedna.com) has a neat new DNA test that finds matches to people who may be relatives in the last 5 generations. The wonderful thing is that gender doesnít matter. Matches are to both males and females across your whole family. Iíve done this test for both myself and my husband. Because Iím so excited about this, I have started two Family Finder projects. I think of them as a community of people with a common interest. The one that pertains to this mailing is below.

Project Name: FF_Bidlack_Grace
Goal: To discover Grace Bidlack's descendants (including Wright, Langdon, Browning, and Harkins) and her ancestors with the surname Bidlack, Lee, A'Bear (Abert), Fox, McVeigh, Stewart.

If you are interested, please paste this in your browserís address field:

http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=FF_Bidlack_Grace&code=N73971

Complete the form and send. You will shortly receive an automated e-mail to reply to. This sends me an e-mail for me to address your request. If you wish, we can talk about your interest and I can clarify the project. Sending this does not obligate you to join the project.

Best regards,
Lynnette Younggren