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Re: DNA Testing Plea
Posted by: connie moen (ID *****7821) Date: December 30, 2009 at 12:14:09
In Reply to: Re: DNA Testing Plea by Mel Harman of 1176

Thank you so very much for posting the B.F. or Benjamin Frank Janes info. on your website, because I was hitting nothing but deadends of my Mother's Mother's side of our family. I am 100% positive that this man and his wife, Elizabeth are my Great Grandparent's. Luther and Dalton Slayden Janes were mentioned by my Mother. I saw his graveyard in the Little Obion Cememtery, in Wingo, KY where many others in my Mother's family were buried. She was born and lived her younger years in Wingo. Her mother Eva Inez Janes Mullins died fairly young from pneumonia. The birthdate for Eva is wrong, she was born in 1880 and married to Washington Luchous Mullins by 1900 for certain.

I wish I knew some of these Janes family members that are still alive. Soon I will send out some letters to those that I have found still living around Graves Co. and I will encourage the Janes men to do DNA tests.

Thank you for your help. I will keep you posted on any new facts I discover.

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