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Shaver / Schaber Surname Project
Posted by: Gary W. Shaver (ID *****7883) Date: July 01, 2005 at 19:49:14
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Shaver / Schaber Surname Y-DNA Project.

This Surname Project welcomes males who are or believe they are descendant of the Schaber families of Sachsenhausen - Wertheim, Germany who wish to have their Y-DNA tested and compare results for kinship.
This project is only open to males and requires a Y-DNA 23 marker test, reasonably priced.

Andreas Schaber b. "unknown" lived in Unterheinriet, Germany at the time his son Israel Schaber was born in 1665.

Israel Schaber moved to Sachsenhausen - Wertheim, Germany sometime prior to the birth of his son Johann Christoph Schaber who was born in Sachsenhausen - Wertheim, Germany in 1708.

Johann Christoph Schaber arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1752 with his wife, a daughter (who was already married) and 2 sons (Johann Christoph Schaber Jr and Johann Andreas Schaber).

Johann Christoph Schaber Jr was also known as Christopher Shaver Jr.
Johann Andreas Schaber was also known as Andrew Shaber and Andrew Shaver.

If you are male and believe you are descendant of this family and interested in becoming a member of this Surname Project please visit:

Gary W. Shaver
Roanoke, Virginia, USA

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