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Re: Pegg DNA
Posted by: JP (ID *****8822) Date: February 01, 2010 at 08:02:24
In Reply to: Pegg DNA by JP of 622

First results are in......

A branch of the Salford and Gresley Pegg's are proven to be linked to a branch of the Pegg's from Tissington which moved through Brailsford, Littleover and Aston (Birmingham)

The most recent common ancestor is probably John Pegge of Shirley, 1508, at the head of the Charlton Pedigree.

We need more participants to test connections between branches and most recent common ancestors. Contact me here if you want more information.

Both Derbyshire family results are showing a E1b1b1*-A. other related families are, Maxfield, Millward, Bonsall, Nixon, Ridgway, Bricker and Miller (common ancestor before surnames were used).


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