Genealogy

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temporal1
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Re: Genealogy

Postby temporal1 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 1:35 am

Ancestry sale: DNA test $79
http://www.ancestryinsider.org/2017/04/ ... -sale.html

My Heritage sale: $69
https://www.myheritage.com/dna?utm_sour ... aQodBKAIbg

Compare tests
http://www.top10bestdnatesting.com/?utm ... wAodmJsEVQ

The comparison link states they compare 10 tests, i could only find 4 .. ?
i'm not sure how frequently discounted prices are offered.
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Hats Off
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Re: Genealogy

Postby Hats Off » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:55 pm

And I appear to be descended from a brother of bishop Hans Reist, the man who resisted Jacob Amman. Another one of my ancestors appears to have lived in Germantown, Pa. 310 years ago.
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Re: Genealogy

Postby Haystack » Sat Jun 17, 2017 5:17 pm

Hats Off wrote:And I appear to be descended from a brother of bishop Hans Reist, the man who resisted Jacob Amman. Another one of my ancestors appears to have lived in Germantown, Pa. 310 years ago.


I appear to have ancestors who lived in Germantown, PA 310+ years ago as well, although I don't believe they were Mennonites as it says one was baptized the same year they were born. They did have a Mennonite last name though.
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Re: Genealogy

Postby Haystack » Sat Jun 17, 2017 6:20 pm

Haystack wrote:
Hats Off wrote:And I appear to be descended from a brother of bishop Hans Reist, the man who resisted Jacob Amman. Another one of my ancestors appears to have lived in Germantown, Pa. 310 years ago.


I appear to have ancestors who lived in Germantown, PA 310+ years ago as well, although I don't believe they were Mennonites as it says one was baptized the same year they were born. They did have a Mennonite last name though.


"Heinrich Frey was evidently not a Mennonite according to Smith's "Mennonite Immigration", page 85, but he was the first German in Pennsylvania. However, in the unpublished genealogy of Heinrich Frey, the story is told that on February 26, 1692, he was married to Catherine Levering "in the little log Mennonite meeting house and school house in Germantown where the present Mennonite church now stands on Germantown Avenue. Married by Francis Daniel Pastorius before a full congregation."
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