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Re: John, Jacob, and Coonrod from PA to KY @ 1830
Posted by: Donn Stewart (ID *****6809) Date: July 13, 2008 at 08:15:04
In Reply to: John, Jacob, and Coonrod from PA to KY @ 1830 by Bryan Ginter of 307

Bryan,

John, Coonrod, and Jacob are not sons of the Michael Ginter found in York Co, PA. I have completed the DNA on one of these lines and it does not match a man who is a descendant of Michael Ginter. I don't know if the Bath County Ginter families originated in York Co or not. I have done extensive research on this family but can not document which county they originated from in PA. FYI, the wives of Jacob and Coonrod are sisters. Other siblings of these 3 men are sisters Lydia and Anna M. Ginter. Lydia married William Stuart and there is no record of Anna M. being married.

Donna Stewart


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