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Re: Col. Joseph Glover (1719-1783)
Posted by: Patricia Fischer (ID *****8069) Date: May 11, 2012 at 13:25:58
In Reply to: Re: Col. Joseph Glover (1719-1783) by James Glover of 4896


Thank you. Those addtional suranmes am sure will help, as more lines do more research. In that, we can now figure out, how we are all inter related, at least, on the DNA level.
Was not sure if Drew GLOVER WELCH has contacted you to place you on which branch of the Greater GLOVER Tree?

There are several who have tested, and are listed on both the and the web sites.

NOt sure if they all are aware of one another.
Have tried to write to each one as I was notified by the FTDNA Info desk, at each match.

I know as in all things, genealogy, and family trees, there are and will always be, branches, twigs, leaves, and badly bent and broken, limbs, that never seem to be


Possibly with the DNA, and it is getting refined as each day goes by. The more that is understood, exactly how it all works.

Will keep in touch.

PARKER is another matching surname.

I did briefly go to both web sites, and and try to track from Edward LONGSHANKS, downline to see where it may have criss crossed
over the many matching surnames.

As in all things, genealogy, many of the names, titles, place names, dates/birth/death, are slightly different, but have a feeling in most cases, they ARE one and the same.

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