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Dale DNA

Replies: 9
Posted: 9 Jan 2009 11:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Dale
In researching Irish records I note that in a number of cases the surnames Dale and Deal are both the same people. Dale and Deal were pronounced the same way--like stake and steak or brake and break and therefore were recorded depending on the spelling preference of the recorder. An "S" was often added so you can have a John Deals baptising a James Deal and a Sarah Dale and then being finally buried as John Dales.

I descend from Dales from County Derry and have just submitted my DNA for analysis. Family legend suggests that the Dale/Deal/Dales of Ireland all descend from four Dale brothers who came to Ireland ca 1690 and fanned out to Derry, Down, Armagh, and Antrim.

I would be interested in contacting any Dale descendents who trace back to Ireland and am particularly interested in any who have had their DNA done or who are anticipating having it done,

Ron Dale
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
RonaldDale100 9 Jan 2009 6:16PM GMT 
patsylawton 16 Dec 2012 5:12PM GMT 
Marcia_Dale_L... 11 Mar 2013 10:26PM GMT 
RonaldDale100 11 Mar 2013 11:46PM GMT 
Marcia_Dale_L... 12 Mar 2013 1:11AM GMT 
RonaldDale100 13 Mar 2013 2:22PM GMT 
patsylawton 16 Mar 2013 2:04AM GMT 
Don_D86 7 Jun 2013 7:24PM GMT 
RonaldDale100 8 Jun 2013 3:47AM GMT 
patsylawton 9 Jun 2013 2:22PM GMT 
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