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Re: BEARD // BAIRD Surname, Fayette Co., 1800-1810
Posted by: Nancy Peche (ID *****8780) Date: October 08, 2012 at 19:36:08
In Reply to: Re: BEARD // BAIRD Surname, Fayette Co., 1800-1810 by Jesse Wilson of 5747

Have any of the male BAIRD's had their DNA tested with

Through DNA my cousin found we have Baird/Beard's in our lineage but we don't know the first name of the father or grandfather of my g.g. grandfather.

My cousin has a 67 marker match with a genetic distance of 1 with two Beard's in the database. Both of these men had Beard/Baird's who lived in Pennsylvania prior to 1800 but moved to other states after about 1785. These Beard/Barid's may have had uncles who remained in Pennsylvania.

My g.g. grandfather's mother was born ca 1779-1784 in Derry Twp., Cumberland Co., now Mifflin Co., Pa but around 1792 moved to Huntingdon Co., Pa. So I'm looking for a Baird/Beard from either Huntingdon County or surrounding counties who fathered my g.g. grandfather.

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