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  • ...get in touch. Odds are not on my side, but I'll give it my best shot. Regards Peter On 13 February 2015 at 08:55, 'Don Johnston' petenv@^$3 [JohnstonAustralia] < JohnstonAustralia@^$4 > wrote: Welcome Peter, if you’ve tested via ftDNA you might want to share your...
    Don Feb 12
  • Welcome Peter, if you’ve tested via ftDNA you might want to share your test results, or upload them to the files area of this Group’s page so others, who have travelled that path could compare, it’s a big haul identifying a person via DNA but easier if you have some genealogical supporting documentation however I’d believe you haven’t that. Your sleuth work could include...
    Don Johnston Feb 12
  • ...newsletters that I’ll also offer up once I’ve indexed them, also. Email me off-list if you’re interested. Cheers Don Johnston petenv@^$1
    Don Johnston Dec 29, 2013
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  • Tony Henricks [ henricks1940@^$1 ] posted his request to the AUS-TAS-SURNAMES@^$2 this evening, just thought there could possibly be someone in our Group who may know of this lady? If you can help Tony please email him direct and, let all of us also know if there was any success… Cheers Don Johnston Group Co-Moderator Dear fellow list members, I have received no reply/s to my...
    Don Johnston Oct 24, 2013
  • "The Crafter's Song" was the first documentary film produced in America about National Tartan Day. Narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Cliff Robertson, the film was produced by the Clan Currie Society in collaboration with Metaphor Pictures of New York. The film explores Tartan Day through the eyes of four of Scotland's premiere crafters during their exhibition on Ellis Island...
    Don Johnston Apr 11, 2012
  • Hi All: Just saw a post similar to this and thought it'd be a good idea to pass it on: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Could I make a bold suggestion to you all?? Given it is the Australian Census coming up in a few weeks - for the sake of posterity and research ease for our descendents - would you/could you consider making a...
    Don Johnston Jul 10, 2011
  • Just forwarding this request from Wynette in case anyone can assist? If you are able to assist, please CC the Group [just so we all know she's had some help] but send a response direct to Wynette at:AUS-VIC-SURNAMES@^$1 If you are unable to post direct to AUS-VIC-SURNAMES@^$2 because you're not subscribed just send to me and I'll re-post it to the Vic Surname Group. Thanks for any...
    Don Johnston May 16, 2011
  • Tricia & George; Our family line of Johnston’s are from Derrykeighan in Co Antrim [near Dervock] in now Northern Ireland and were very obviously Ulster-Scots, however we’ve not been able to track our James Johnston back in further than the early 1800’s. Our y-DNA Haplogroup is R1b1b2a1b5 [ Direct Male line ] And, although not specifically linked to the Johnston surname my...
    Don Johnston Feb 5, 2011
  • In trying to research and locate spouses and their families we often forget or don’t take into account the simple things of so many years ago, the statements below are a timely research reminder… Don The Paddy Casey Rule: In my family history research I constantly make use of the 5-mile rule, i.e. that spouses were usually found within a 5-mile radius of the index person's...
    Don Johnston Jan 15, 2011
  • Johnston, 47 variations in Spelling Just when you thought you knew it all, along comes another snippet which make one wonder? Johnstone Johnston Johnstoun Johnstume Johnestoun Johnestoune Johnnestoun Johnnstoun Johneston Johnstome Johnstolm Jhonston Johnstown Jonestone Jonestoune Jonistun Jonstoombe Jonstoom Jonstoomb Johnson Johneson Johnsone Jonsone Jonstoun Jonkeson Jonkesone...
    Don Johnston Oct 23, 2010