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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] (DNA) Re-settlements of Germany
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 19:45:41 -0700
References: <00b901c51ec8$de60b760$504bb18e@phryne> <001101c51ec9$6395f940$eb409145@Ken1> <42252241.4010506@kerchner.com>


Charles, You have said enough. We're distant cousins. My Kosers came to
colonial Philadelphia 1949, forgot the ship name but have it, and they
promptly went to Berks County. 50 years later my wing of the Kosers
relocatd to Union Co PA, and then 50 years later went west to IL.

Ken
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 7:17 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] (DNA) Re-settlements of Germany


> Ken,
>
> My 3rd great-grand aunt, is Catharine Koser, d/o George Koser who was
> born in Germany, last of Berks County PA. She was a descendant of a
> Leonard Koser, born circa 1600 in Germany. Maybe this is the same
> Leonard Koser as your line. I will send you off list more details. Small
> world.
>
> Charles Kerchner
> Emmaus PA
>
> Ken Nordtvedt wrote:
> > Bernard, I have an ancestor from the area --- Leonard Koser born prior
to
> > 1600 from near Schorndorf 25 km east of Stuttgart. In fact, just a
couple
> > days ago I found a direct male descendant who will soon have his yDNA
> > measured. My Koser grandmother broke the male line to me. What's your
> > guess of his haplogroup? R1b and I1a are probably most likely?
> >
> > Ken
>
>
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