I ll get into that in the next day or two. I ll have to get my stuff re-organized , as I took a break from genealogy for a few months and recently moved. MyMessage 1 of 44 , Nov 30, 2009View SourceI'll get into that in the next day or two. I'll have to get my stuff "re-organized", as I took a break from genealogy for a few months and recently moved. My research is in a box in my bedroom, gotta go through it all LOL
My computer crashed awhile back, lost everything on there..thank goodness for printed copies LOL
From: barbara erickson <berickson49@...>
Sent: Mon, November 30, 2009 12:41:03 PM
Subject: Re: [Genealogy Research Club] new member
Hi Nisa, welcome to the group. If you can supply any dates with names most of us will be glad to help. The more information we have the easier it is to pin down the correct people. Barb
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Hello everyone, I m researching Nipp Knipp and variants thereof. If anyone is interested there s a DNA project in the works. A new YDNA project attempting toMessage 44 of 44 , Jul 12View SourceHello everyone,
I'm researching Nipp Knipp and variants thereof.
If anyone is interested there's a DNA project in the works.
A new YDNA project attempting to tie males with any variant of the surname Nipp/Knipp to their immigrant ancestors. This project is for males with any variation of the Nipp/Knipp surname, or males who suspect they are from that surname line. Thus, the individual who tests must be a male who wants to check his direct paternal line (father's father's father's...) with a Y-DNA12, Y-DNA37, Y-DNA67, or Y-DNA111 test and who has one of the surnames listed for the project, or genetically matches one of the surnames in the project.
Although females do not carry their father's Y-DNA, those who would like to check their father's direct paternal line can have a male relative with his surname order a Y-DNA test.