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The Samuel Family Builth

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Re: The Samuel Family Builth

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 10:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Actually, I'm replying to your latest message, ancestry won't let me reply to that one directly. Our earliest common ancestor is the 1736 William, and I am related through John Samuel, a brother of Edward. The earliest ancestor I have is Tom Samuel 1692, through the on-line Troed. parish records. How did you get the earlier Tom, from somewhere in the same parish records? I think we are running out of records. It is possible these people might be contained in lists of nonconformist radicals-Baptists, Anabaptists etc. which were created by the established church. The family definitely has some Anabaptist and maybe Quaker links. I don't think the family name will go further back than the beginning of the nonconformist revolution in Wales. Interesting a man named Robert Samuel was executed for heresy in 1550 in Thetford, he may have had continental links. DNA testing shows us having close relationship with men now named Beddoes, Stevens, Webb and Price within 200 to 500 years and Selfe and Cooper before that, in the Middle Ages. Here is the gene link Our link is John Samuel, the date I think now is wrong. Actually, our y-dna is fairly rare. The only link with our cluster with the other DF 41 probably goes back two thousand years and the other guys are the forbears of the Stuart Kings who may have come from Brittany. Keep in touch on this David. My e-mail is, I am an English instructor at Douglas College in British Columbia Canada.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Ann56patching 23 Jul 2012 10:27AM GMT 
samueld35 24 Mar 2013 12:26AM GMT 
davidsamuel21... 24 Mar 2013 4:12PM GMT 
mytree16 25 Mar 2013 12:50PM GMT 
davidsamuel21... 25 Mar 2013 4:14PM GMT 
mytree16 26 Mar 2013 4:01PM GMT 
mytree16 26 Mar 2013 7:05PM GMT 
Ann56patching 27 Mar 2013 8:32AM GMT 
samueld35 27 Mar 2013 4:36PM GMT 
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