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UNIQUE FAMILY! It seems we may not be us!
Posted by: Shelley Hallman (ID *****5243) Date: July 25, 2012 at 23:39:20
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Ydna results come back with "J" halogroup.
My brother had the 37 marker ydna test results came back. We apparently are Unique! NO other Moores listed in the results of the study so far have this. (Yes I know what a NPE is.) Does anyone else have a J grouping? Does anyone have a clue about any associated families of the Moores who may have a J grouping ? Families who may have been in same locations at the same time?
Our furthest known ancestor is John Moore. May have been born in 1796 in Pennsylvania. He married Susanna Lowery in Jan 1827 in Muskingum Co, Ohio. Died ? Lived in Falls, Ohio in 1850 per census. All 7 of his children were born in Ohio between 1828 and 184?. I know that his children moved quite a bit after they were grown and lived in Indiania and Missouri as well as Ohio. Some later descendants also moved to the West Coast. (CA, OR, WA)
I believe there may be descendants in Butler, Stoddard and Wayne County Missouri
ANY thoughts, plans or strategies will be seriously considered


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