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Marsalis/Marselis DNA Project
Posted by: Sharon Marsalis (ID *****6903) Date: June 24, 2009 at 15:29:55
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A Marsalis/Marselis and variant spellings DNA Project has just begun.

So far we have 2 who have tested and are awaiting results.
One is for a 37 + and the other for a 67.
I have volunteered to be the Project administrator so will be learning along with you.

If you know of any MALES with surname Marsalis or suspected variant please urge them to participate.

A special offer of $119.00 for the 37 + has been extended through June 30 with payment due by July 7. This is 50% off the regular price.

Please see:

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Some variants we are looking for are Mersailles, Mersales, Mersalus, Mersalius, Marseelus, Marseeluse Marseilles, Masales, Marcelius, Marcellus, Marsallis, Marsilis, Marcelisen.

Our own Marsalis/Marselis/Marseilles family began in the U. S. on May 9, 1661 with the arrival into New Amsterdam (New York) of the ship DE BEVER
Passenger list : "Pieter Marselis, from Beesd, with wife, 4 children, 13, 6, 4, and 2 years old and 2 servants" --Holland Year Book 1902
According to the Holland Society Yearbook 1915 Pieter settled at Bergen, N.J. and died there with his burial recorded in the Bergen Dutch Church on September 4, 1682.

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