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Re: Rev. Jonathan MOODY who m. Elizabeth GORDON - NH 1700's
Posted by: melissa1 (ID *****1156) Date: August 30, 2011 at 07:25:52
In Reply to: Re: Rev. Jonathan MOODY who m. Elizabeth GORDON - NH 1700's by Barbara Baker of 11595

Hi Barb,
I gather from the sounds of your reply then that you've had No ydna matches to anyone claiming to be of the Jonathan MOODY and Elizabeth GORDON branch of the MOODY's of New England?
This must surely be one of the last of the major (or minor) lines of the New England MOODY's then who have not been represented in our Moody Ydna Surname Project.
What a shame not to have anyone from those descendants shown among the now over 80 + members of our group.
PLEASE we are begging you out there, if you descend from this line won't you please consider taking the very simple ydna test? Even the 25 marker test which will at least establish your HaploType and show you and your family finally and once and for all which line of the MOODY's you actually do belong to. The ydna test takes ALL that "guess-work" out of your research. It will show you Instantly which line your family belongs it the Clement Moody line of Exeter, NH or the Wm. Moody line of Newbury, MA or the John Moody line of Hartford, CT (the Rev. Dwight Lyman Ryther MOODY line), or the obscure Joshua MOODY line of Scotland whose family supposedly came to the Lake Umbagog region of ME (on the NH/ME border up around Oxford or Franklin Co. area of ME) whose Ydna has now been tested and appears to be showing a link actually to the Wm. Moody line of Newbury, MA, so either that particular participants genealogy was incorrect OR the Joshua Moody branch is in serious Error which has already been proven in that he never was Gov. or Lt. Gov. of ME...the State Historical Society proved that to me several years ago).
At any rate, this Edward Gordon MOODY (son of Jonathan) line of NH to Corinna, Penobscot Co., ME who m. 2nd to Mehitable BROWN, looks to be of a Separate MOODY branch all it own at this point.
Otherwise I feel reasonably certain that with all of the Clement MOODY branches represented in their group, one of them would surely have been connected to this line, but apparently not so far.
You could be the one to really open this up for not only your family but for so many others out there wondering Who their Moody's are and Where they fit into the big puzzle.
Won't you Please consider taking this simple Ydna test to give your family the peace of Knowing with sureity who they actually descend from without all of the guessing?
Here is a LINK to the page on our Surname Project where you can Click on our Admins. link to email him (Bob Moody) for info if you need further assistance.
Its easy and you can leave your family a Great and Wonderful and Lasting gift of a lifetime in that they will not have to spend thousands of dollars in researching for years and years after you've gone still wondering which line of Moody's they belonged to.
My Dad was the last male of our branch that I had access too, I am SO very Greatful and thankful to him for agreeing to take the test. He was very pleased to help me in this and it has changed Everything in my research.
While I still don't know where my James came from, I now know which branches NOT to waste my time researching anymore and that has been a Fantastic gift from my father.
Won't you please do the same for your family and also to help us finally put to rest all of the MOODY branches of New England?
Thank You for your consideration on this.

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