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Re: John Bale - b. 1795 London ENG > USA
Posted by: Chuck Beal Date: October 26, 2001 at 12:26:08
In Reply to: Re: John Bale - b. 1795 London ENG > USA by John A. Bale of 367

John,
I have found the information regarding John BALE of London (1795) very interesting. I am attempting to establish haplotypes (genetic markers on the Y-chromosome) for BEAL, BEALS, BALE, BEALL, BEALE and other versions of these surnames with the objectives of making it easier for male descendants of these surnames to learn more about their families. The Y-chromosome is passed thrrough male descendants for generation after generation, making it possible to identify the males descended from more than 40 generations of his ancestors. Excluding any unusual paternity events.
Full details of this effort are at:
http://www.hometown.aol.com/bealsurnamedna/index.html
and URLs listed there for more explanation of the newest tool for genealogists using genetics to enhance ancestral lineage.
This is a volunteer project on my part, not a commercial project except for the costs of laboratory DNA tests, which of course have to be done by geneticists.
Chuck,
Charles E. Beal,
CEBeal@aol.com and BealsurnameDNA@aol.com


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