Re: Re: [MexicoDNAProject] Re: DNA Genealogy
Give me some names I have quite a few books from Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas. I shall see if I have your family. Flores, Luna, Mesa,Ramirez,Serna,Silva,and Vela are some names I have in my data base.
DahliaDahlia Guajardo-Cantu de Palacios
- Your welcome Christopher,
I am not familiar with this site.
There are some published databases and I use this one as it has a good cross section of tribes:
We have this haplogropu Q Bejarano line which may be a descendant of Geronimo:
Judging by this very unique value of 10 at marker DYS393 his haplotype is unusual enough to be from an isolate like the Apache.
The Apache are Na-dene speakers and believed to be more recent arrivals in the Americas coming in the second wave. Many DNA studies support this.
Mexico DNA Project Admin.
--- In MexicoDNAProject@yahoogroups.com, "Christopher" <cburquez@...> wrote:
> Thanks Gary, that also explains why I haven't made any matches either!! Too bad there aren't more Native American databases. There was one I found a number of years ago cvalled Indigenous DNA.
> They allowed an uploading of my data, and you could compare the various tribe data though their journals. Their journals included all the asian country and more not specific to just Native Americans. They now won't let you search until you order a DNA kit.
> Do you know anything about this group???
- I am sorry, I don't have either of these gentlemen in my line.
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On Jun 22, 2013, at 9:05 PM, Armando Romero <armandolromero@...> wrote:my Romero is Inocente Romero Dob 1880- Santa Isabel, Chih. His dad is Doroteo Romero. Can't find a paper trail for Doroteo.
On Jun 22, 2013, at 7:48 PM, "Christopher" <cburquez@...> wrote:
I have two Romero lineages, My great grandfather (paternal) Salvador Grijalva was married to Petra Romero. And Luis Romero married to Brijida Bejarano Great Great Grandparents(maternal). Both early 1800's to 1850. The Romero's per some cousins who are Moreno's say they are Tohono Oodom (papago) from the Romero lineage, at least in Sonora. Many crossed back and forth from Chihuahua.
--- In MexicoDNAProject@yahoogroups.com, Armando Romero <armandolromero@...> wrote:
> Hi Christopher,
> My paternal Romero line comes from Chihuahua but I have not been able to go
> farther than 1880. What is the story on your Romero?
> My Gedmatch #M232136
> On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 5:51 PM, Christopher <cburquez@...> wrote:
> > **
> > Hello all, my Mothers family is from the area of Trincheras Sonora Mexico.
> > They emigrated in 1919. My grandfather and his three brothers ran a gold
> > mine called El Boludo. I've been able to trace this side back six
> > generations to the Murrieta brothers who settled here in the late 1700's.
> > Family names are Grijalva, Moreno, Celaya, Romero, Bejarano, Vejar,
> > Valenzuela and Murrieta. We are Papago and Yaqui mixed.
> > My fathers side Burquez has been a puzzle and I've never been able to go
> > much further than him and his parents. He was also of Apache heritage. Due
> > to this I've ventured into the DNA world for sometime. My Haplo groups are:
> > Q-M3 or Q1a3a1
> > MTDNA B2g1
> > I was only able to find matches in the Family finder test. This test was
> > actually real good. Although some people I've tried to contact, didn't
> > respond.
> > Here is a good link for Sonora search's Family members are Salvador
> > Grijalva and Leonor Murieta.
> > http://www.colson.edu.mx:8080/testamentos/Principal.aspx