Thanks for reminding people, Jim. However, I do want to clarify a couple things...
1) The Philip Hamman you have listed below as belonging to haplogroup G2 is unequivocally NOT the one born in Kuernbach. The Philip Hamman born in Kuernbach belongs to haplogroup R1b and is completed *unrelated* to the Philip Hamman who died in 1832 Alabama. I am related to the Philip Hamman who died in Alabama and we only know he was of German descent, we still do not know where he was born.
2) The Hammann family of Wolfskhelen does not belong to haplogroup G2, they belong to haplogroup I2b.
You can see further details about the Hamman/Hammon Y-chromosome project at
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