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1. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Meeks is used in England & Ireland, in Scotland we're mostly Meek. Forbie On 5 January 2015 at 20:59, wrote: > Kim, > I'm Anne Meek from Martin, TN, now living in Norfolk, VA. One person in a > past generation, just somewhat older than I, decided on her own to spell > the family name as Meeks, so that groups uses that spelling. All of my > family uses Meek. (She was older than I. I'm now 78 years old, strong, > happy...[image: :-)] > > Anne > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Kim
2. [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
I was wondering how long it takes to get results from the date we sent our kit back?
3. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Peter, the reason I thought Prof Meek's biog' would be of interest to you is that when his ancestors farmed at Easter Whitburn around 1790, my ancestor George Meek was their neighbour as the miller in the Red Mill, East Whitburn. I have no idea as to any connection between them, in Whitburn there was even a Meek X Meek marriage & much of Whitburn was formerly in Livingston parish. Remember that the Meek's had been in that area of West Lothian for at least 250 years by then, since before the Reformation, but
4. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Alan Meek, I am a member of the Irish Group "E" - http://meekgenealogy.com/. Maybe we are related through Thomas Meek (Ireland). Jane Meek -----Original Message----- From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Alan Meek via Sent: Monday, January 05, 2015 9:12 AM To: Jim Meek; meek-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results I am beginning to wonder if any of the meek family in the USA are actually related to any of us meek family in
5. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Kim, I'm Anne Meek from Martin, TN, now living in Norfolk, VA. One person in a past generation, just somewhat older than I, decided on her own to spell the family name as Meeks, so that groups uses that spelling. All of my family uses Meek. (She was older than I. I'm now 78 years old, strong, happy... Anne -----Original Message----- From: Kim Meeks via To: FORBES MEEK ; meek-dna Sent: Mon, Jan 5, 2015 11:44 am Subject: Re: [MEEK
6. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Yes Kim, anyone especially Meeks can join this group. -----Original Message----- From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Kim Meeks via Sent: Monday, January 05, 2015 10:37 AM To: FORBES MEEK; meek-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results I'm a "Meeks" do I qualify for the group? Kim Meeks Paducah, KY -----Original Message----- From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of FORBES MEEK via
7. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
I'm a "Meeks" do I qualify for the group? Kim Meeks Paducah, KY -----Original Message----- From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of FORBES MEEK via Sent: Monday, January 05, 2015 10:11 AM To: Alan Meek; meek-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results Guys, it's still only a very small sample of folk called Meek so we're looking "through a glass darkly" as it says someplace. Some day all will be revealed. A Guid New Year in '15 and
8. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Hello Peter, still searching pal. Your lot get a wee mention on, https://drmarkjardine.wordpress.com/2015/01/03/the-fortissat-stone-or-covenanters-stone/ Russell, who is in the same group, tells me that a neighbouring laird (not a Meek/Meik) to Fortissat has the same DNA, now how could that happen? :) I don't remember the details I'm afraid. Forbie. On 6 January 2015 at 04:23, Peter W. Meek wrote: > By DNA I'm related (closely) to a Fortissat descended Meek in Scotland, > and (not
9. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Hi Fred can you tell me how our grandfathers were related ? Iam meeting more meek/s in Northern Ireland in May cousins gran kids loads of them ? Sent from my iPhone > On 6 Jan 2015, at 00:11, Fred B. Meek via wrote: > > Alan, You are related to lots of folks in the USA including ME. The > problem as you know most of the Irish records burned. So a dna test > shows we are related but there isn't a paper trail to figure out who our > common ancestor was. > > >> On 1/5/2015 9
10. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
The same occurs in Australia, in addition I get Meeksy Paul Meek (Personal)| Mobile: 0429925628| Keystone Environmental Consulting Coffs Harbour, Australia |Email: paulmeek@westnet.com.au| redfoxmeek@gmail.com|Skype: Redfoxmeek -----Original Message----- From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of usmeek@juno.com via Sent: Tuesday, 6 January 2015 10:16 AM To: chrismeek@aol.com; winmeek@comcast.net Cc: annemeek@aol.com; meek-dna@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [MEEK-
11. [MEEK-DNA] Admin stuff [1]
Rootsweb is rejecting some posts because the thread is getting to long. People are not staying on topic. If you want to bring up a different subject just start a new thread.
12. Re: [MEEK-DNA] MEEK-DNA Digest, Vol 4, Issue 6 [1]
My name is Carrol Meeks. I descend from group F. Virginia Meeks'. Chris states in our lineage that we are related to the Meeks' of Fortissat. How? We do not know. There is disagreement among our group about who William (born 1725 in Havover Va.) was son too. The more astute say he was the son of a "John Meeks" from that area. He stated that there are records of Meeks' being there since the 1640's. I think the more we could come together, the more we could learn.B Carrol From: "meek-dna-request@rootswe
13. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
My brother gets Meeky from his grandweans. Changed days! Forbie. On 8 January 2015 at 08:44, Paul Meek via wrote: > The same occurs in Australia, in addition I get Meeksy > > Paul Meek (Personal)| Mobile: 0429925628| > Keystone Environmental Consulting > Coffs Harbour, Australia |Email: paulmeek@westnet.com.au| > redfoxmeek@gmail.com|Skype: Redfoxmeek > > > -----Original Message----- > From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com] > On Behalf Of usmeek
14. [MEEK-DNA] George W. Meek b ca 1824 ?ky [1]
I have been lurking on this list for awhile. I like "roll Call" ideas but I hate them when roll call is used for the subject line because they are nearly impossible to refind a message in the archives of a list. We have recently gotten Gary Meek, a first cousin, to my husband to do a DNA sample. Yes we should have had results long before now but...... ordered kit Sep 2014. Got Gary to getting around to sending in sample in early Oct. Then something happened and the test results from sample #1 was not
15. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
My husband, Melton P. Meek, M.D., died 16 Apr 2014 here in Lawton. I know that he has a binder full of DNA records and a binder on his Irish research. I will go through those and see what I can find. Have any of you contacted Christopher Meek? His email is ChrisMeek@aol.com Irene Meek On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 10:11 AM, FORBES MEEK via wrote: > Guys, it's still only a very small sample of folk called Meek so we're > looking "through a glass darkly" as it says someplace. Some day
16. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Deborah, The problem of finding useful source to advance our genealogy is an old one. While matching DNA is one possible route to finding more genealogical information it is important to remember that people do a DNA test for different reasons or have even less information than we have. There is far less contact between members of the project than I envisioned when the project was started 10 years ago. It is also important to remember that the DNA signature of the different groups provides different levels
17. Re: [MEEK-DNA] George W. Meek b ca 1824 ?ky [1]
I will be interested in learning your DNA results, and in turn will be happy to share mine. I don't think our Meek lines are related, or so I thought because I did not think our line was directly related to Shotgun Jerry, but I find your ancestry very curious in the overlap. The similarities are uncanny regarding names, as my family (Meeks from KY who moved to AR) lived in Pope County, AR. My grandfather Meek also married a Sims from the area. His family had originally been from Carroll County, KY,
18. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Its seems to me like it took about 6 weeks to get it back, when we sent ours in. B Georgia Estes On Monday, January 5, 2015 8:24 AM, Robert Meek via wrote: I was wondering how long it takes to get results from the date we sent our kit back? ************************************ The Meek/Meeks Family Y-DNA Project-http://Meekdna.com Best use of this list includes questions or discussion about DNA testing for the surnames Meek, Meeks and variant spelling and their related g
19. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
You know about Adam Meek and Moses Meek, yes? The info I have is that both were soldiers in the Revolutionary War, then were given land grants in Tennessee. There are several confirmations of this, such as the site of Meek's Mill... and others. Still, I don't have confirmation of all details; this info is what my Aunt Effie wrote in her family history, Home in the Wilderness. My cousin Marilyn Brooks Hammonds and I confirmed most of the references in Home in the Wilderness, since Aunt Effie had not left sub
20. Re: [MEEK-DNA] MEEK-DNA Digest, Vol 4, Issue 5 [1]
Thanks for the answer. I can't do the DNA test yet but maybe towards the end of 2016. My Meek line traces my great grandfather Reginald Meek being born in England (London area I believe) in 1861 and emigrating to the US in abt. 1882. His parents, Thomas and Esther were listed on a census under these spellings: Thomas Meck, b. 1831 Esther Meck, b. 1833 Reynald Meck It took me forever to find it but I have paperwork showing it's definitely them. I am certain that the spelling should
21. Re: [MEEK-DNA] POSTING DATA [1]
Folks, I have both paper and DNA links to Meeks in Norfolk, however thanks to the DNA project I have now found an unexpected family in Qld with links to a biologist I always hoped but could not find a relationship to - both have a role I believe. Paul Paul Meek (Personal)| Mobile: 0429925628| Keystone Environmental Consulting Coffs Harbour, Australia |Email: paulmeek@westnet.com.au| redfoxmeek@gmail.com|Skype: Redfoxmeek -----Original Message----- From: meek-dna-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:meek-dna-bo
22. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
There may be a UK connection, my great, great grandfather was a Meeks, and our DNA testing indicates matches in UK, and a couple of other European countries. On Tuesday, January 6, 2015 8:18 PM, Fred B. Meek via wrote: If the descendant of a neighbouring laird has the same ydna and last name is not Meek, then there was a non-paternity event. This could be from adoption, infidelity, child outside of marriage, change of surname or the like. On 1/6/2015 4:32 AM, FORBES MEE
23. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Normally for a ftdna y-dna test it is about a month for results. Test results are slower lately, maybe they are backlogged with more tests being ordered at the end of the year. On 1/5/2015 8:16 AM, Robert Meek via wrote: > I was wondering how long it takes to get results from the date we sent our > kit back? > ************************************ > The Meek/Meeks Family Y-DNA Project-http://Meekdna.com > Best use of this list includes questions or discussion about DNA testing for the surnames Meek, Meek
24. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
There may be a UK connection, my great, great grandfather was a Meeks, and our DNA testing indicates matches in UK, and a couple of other European countries. On Tuesday, January 6, 2015 8:18 PM, Fred B. Meek via wrote: If the descendant of a neighbouring laird has the same ydna and last name is not Meek, then there was a non-paternity event. This could be from adoption, infidelity, child outside of marriage, change of surname or the like. On 1/6/2015 4:32 AM, FORBES MEE
25. Re: [MEEK-DNA] How long till I get results [1]
Peter, here's a wee autobiog' by Prof' Donald Meek who is off the Whitburn Meek's in West Lothian, as are Russell's & mine, we don't know Donald's DNA, http://meekwrite.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/autobiography-chapter-three.html Forbie. On 8 January 2015 at 12:54, Peter W. Meek via wrote: > If you are going to dinner with "the Meeks", this gives no clue to the > spelling of the surname. However, I think you will find that sometime > during dinner someone will use some circumlocution

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