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Re: English roots of Thomas Coldham ca 1590-1675, Lynn, MA m. Johanna = Clement
Posted by: Gerry Coldham (ID *****6027) Date: November 18, 2008 at 13:03:31
In Reply to: Re: English roots of Thomas Coldham ca 1590-1675, Lynn, MA m. Johanna = Clement by Barry Wood of 16

For Barry Wood,

Hello,

I understand your papertrail descent includes a Thomas
Couldham or Cowldham (15921675) born in Great Yarmouth.

You asked if there's a Coldham who has a YDNA result. Yes, i am one such. My Y67 result is posted at YSEARCH, but, i might not be the right 'line' of Coldham that you are seeking.

Do you have a YSEARCH Kit number; as i could easily do a TMRCA & GD between our data sets. (Did you test with www.ftdna.com?)

Given the 3 Coldham branches (see www.coldham.net) i have no idea if my branch is the one with this Thomas Cowldham in it. So far, I have no YDNA matches with any other COLDHAM's - probably because none of them has taken a YDNA test as yet...

FINALLY,
I am very interested in a certain JOHN COULDHAM of Great Yarmouth who was apprenticed to a certain Edmund THAXTER, bailiff & merchant, in the 1660's. He was a close friend of Sir Thomas Browne of Cowdray, and travelled widely in Germany in Central Europe with Sir Thomas's son.

I'm working on YDNA matches with Moseley's (suggestive of Leicestershire/Brabazon links and possible with early Moselei's in Lorraine, France.)

Look forward to hearing from you.

Gerard J. Coldham
gjcoldham@yahoo.com



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