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    FTDNA has me as "Presumed Negative" for CTS1848.

    FTDNA has me as "Presumed Negative" for CTS1848.
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    torzio, You are correct...I do now see a...

    torzio,

    You are correct...I do now see a Curtiss.


    Daniel CURTISS b.1652
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    Yes, it is.

    Yes, it is.
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    No, on the YFull tree.

    No, on the YFull tree.
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    Does not appear to be a match of mine.

    Does not appear to be a match of mine.
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    torzio, The status on my YFull is "analysis in...

    torzio,

    The status on my YFull is "analysis in progress".
    The "new" entry under CTS8489* is me.
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    torzio, Gareth just moved me to Gamma-1.1-D...

    torzio,

    Gareth just moved me to Gamma-1.1-D T-Z19945 (including T-CTS1848) (confirmed/predicted).

    I'm not sure where to look for the matches you posted (curtiss.... family from Hesse with...
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    ....Z19944 and Z19945 show as "presumed positive"...

    ....Z19944 and Z19945 show as "presumed positive" for me. (As does CTS8862 and CTS9984)

    It would be nice if it were more definitive.....
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    Our (+) differences seem to be: BMW: Z19857,...

    Our (+) differences seem to be:

    BMW: Z19857, Z19890, Z19912, Z19942, Z27269, Z31288

    torzio: Z19944, Z19945
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    my snp's beginning with Z: Z13062+, Z19855+,...

    my snp's beginning with Z:

    Z13062+, Z19855+, Z19857+, Z19879+, Z19880+, Z19883+, Z19885+, Z19889+, Z19890+, Z19893+, Z19894+, Z19895+, Z19896+, Z19897+, Z19900+, Z19901+, Z19902+, Z19903+,...
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    "In the year 358 AD the servile Sarmatian tribe...

    "In the year 358 AD the servile Sarmatian tribe the Limigantes came in revolt against the leading tribe, the Argaragantes in an internal Sarmatian war and they expelled their masters. These warrior...
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    "St. Gregory of Tours, who was the leading...

    "St. Gregory of Tours, who was the leading historian wrote that the Frankish leader Clovis on the occasion of his baptism into the Catholic faith in 496 was referred to as Sicambrian by the...
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    "the Gallo-Roman chronicler Gregory of Tours ...

    "the Gallo-Roman chronicler Gregory of Tours

    states that the Franks originally lived in Pannonia, but later settled on the banks of the Rhine. Additional early sources likewise relate that the...
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    I have sent my Big Y-700 results to YFull. Very...

    I have sent my Big Y-700 results to YFull.
    Very interested to see where they place my Z19943.
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    Salento, What I wouldn't give to "only know...

    Salento,

    What I wouldn't give to "only know back about 6 generations"...LOL

    What with Irish records, I'm lucky to know who my Dad's grandparents were.
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    Torzio, Thanks for all your input. Although...

    Torzio,
    Thanks for all your input.

    Although this is not the same period of time it may still be relevant to the origin of the surname HAIT:

    "The surname of HAYDT is a Hungarian occupational...
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    Salento, Thanks for your reply. Any theories as...

    Salento,
    Thanks for your reply.
    Any theories as to where your family was pre-13th century?
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    Hi Salento, So we appear to be even closer...

    Hi Salento,

    So we appear to be even closer then I first thought....and I am also negative for CTS1848.
    Do you have theories as to where your family was before they arrived in Italy? I suspect...
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    Hello to everyone. I received my Big y-700...

    Hello to everyone.

    I received my Big y-700 results from FTDNA on October 2.

    I am now T1a2-Z19943.
    I am also now "presumed positive" for CTS8862 and Z19945.

    I now believe my Walsh family...
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    Thanks, torzio!

    Thanks, torzio!
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    I'm still trying to understand how T-CTS8489 and...

    I'm still trying to understand how T-CTS8489 and T-CTS882 are at the same level. I am positive for one and negative for the other while there are people that are positive for both.
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    FTDNA now has my hg as CTS8489.....(and still...

    FTDNA now has my hg as CTS8489.....(and still negative for CTS8862).
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    FTDNA now has my hg as CTS8489.....(and still...

    FTDNA now has my hg as CTS8489.....(and still negative for CTS8862).
  24. Molloy is the "shortened anglicized form of...

    Molloy is the "shortened anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Maol Aodha ‘....descendant of the devotee of Aodh’."
  25. A close cousin of mine just found out his Y-DNA...

    A close cousin of mine just found out his Y-DNA hg is R-S660. He and I share one of my 2nd great grandfathers.....Patrick Molloy from Co. Offaly, Ireland (Birr civil parish).
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