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I1a3_Young
13-06-17, 16:57
Oldest male in the line was born in 1748 in Breague, Cornwall, England.

This was his son, born in St. Ive, Cornwall.

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Patrilinear line obtained from living male in Canada, results:

L21->DF13->Z253->FGC3222->possibly PF825

I posted this just in case the R1b people are nerdy enough to care:laughing:

chas7557
16-08-17, 03:14
Just to prove how nerdy we are, either your date for the "oldest male in the line" is a bit too early, or the handsome older gent in the picture could not be his son. That picture seems to be from around the the turn of the 20th C. Just barely possibly a grandson, more likely a great grandson, much more likely a gg grandson.

In any event, I am jealous of the connection and of the picture. Good stuff.

I1a3_Young
16-08-17, 04:19
Just to prove how nerdy we are, either your date for the "oldest male in the line" is a bit too early, or the handsome older gent in the picture could not be his son. That picture seems to be from around the the turn of the 20th C. Just barely possibly a grandson, more likely a great grandson, much more likely a gg grandson.

In any event, I am jealous of the connection and of the picture. Good stuff.
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Attaching pic of his son b. 1824, or so I think. I would be way more confident of the dates more than the photos. I'm curious what you see to date them.

LeBrok
16-08-17, 04:35
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Attaching pic of his son b. 1824, or so I think. I would be way more confident of the dates more than the photos. I'm curious what you see to date them.
That would be the oldest photograph in the world.
https://petapixel.com/2015/05/23/20-first-photos-from-the-history-of-photography/

Edit: I see, he was born that year, not the photo taken. It makes sense now.

I1a3_Young
16-08-17, 14:23
Thanks for the tip, the photo seems to be of his son of the same name who died 1891. Now I need to see if the next photo is his son or a brother.

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I1a3_Young
16-08-17, 15:53
I have a few old photos that seem to have been taken in the 1870s and 1880s and the oldest by my estimate was taken in the 1860s.

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