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Re: Frasher/Frasier/Frazier, etc. DNA Studies
Posted by: Joe Frazier (ID *****7612) Date: April 03, 2009 at 07:06:27
In Reply to: Re: Frasher/Frasier/Frazier, etc. DNA Studies by Patty Wallace of 287

Hi Patty, I have talked with Charlie several times on the phone. He's a great guy. We plan on getting together the next time I'm up that way (KY) or he's down this way (LA). Our DNA match is very close being, I think, 2 markers different out of 46 marker test. This is close especially when we share the same surname. We do know on paper that our family branches share the same area of Virginia back in the early to mid and late 1700's. I wish that we could get more Frazier's/Frasher's/Frasier's etc. to do the Y-DNA test. Just think how easy we could all know which ancestor (brother, uncle, etc.) we decend from and how related if all of us that know at least back to around 1800 would do the Y-DNA test. Your's is exactly the same as Charlie, so thank him. ha ha! Anyway, did you know that my 4th great grandfather Benjamin Frazier (son of Thomas)of Campbell county, VA had a brother named Micajah (not yours) born in the late 1770's or early 1780's. Benjamin also named one of his sons Micajah Frazier and he is listed on the census as Cager. Anyway, good to here from you. I will tell Charlie I met you hear. Thanks, Joe


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