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Re: 1st International DNA match!
Posted by: T Halliday (ID *****6007) Date: August 11, 2003 at 09:19:40
In Reply to: Re: 1st International DNA match! by John German of 1138

Thanks for the clarifications. Though the direct Jarman lines aren't kin in these areas. I bet if some collateral lines in those areas were tested a connection would be found. I have kin from those areas in MD, Albemarle County, VA and Madison County, KY. Not just a few sampling but a majority of major lines. Because of this fact I think a connection is there just possibly collaterally which may not be evident in this type of DNA testing.

My direct Jarman ancestor was William Jarman (1730-1740 to abt 1796) who was born in Sussex County, DE.

I also wish more Jarman males would get involved in the project as it could be very illuminating.

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