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From: "Sharon Bryant" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Macro vs. Micro View of Genetic Genealogy
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 22:18:08 -0400
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My son's connection to the Hurst family (broken by females) is through John
Hurst who married Elizebath Bridewell through their daughter Nancy Hurst
married to John McCammack and their daughter, Mary, who married Cyrus Bryant
in Putnam Co., IN, 1847.

As I told you sometime in the past there was a very large Hurst presence in
Putnam Co. during the mid 1800s.

----- Original Message -----
From: "William Hurst" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, June 27, 2005 7:32 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] Macro vs. Micro View of Genetic Genealogy

>> Hi Bill,
>> Do you have anyone descended from "Pass Run" John Hurst in your surname
>> DNA
>> study? It appears that a goodly number of the Hursts in Putnam Co., IN
>> are
>> descended from this man.
>> Sharon
> Sharon, we have three descendants of John "of Pass Run" Hurst, AKA John
> "Millcreek." A05 and A08 are my favorite examples of fairly close cousins
> having the greatest genetic distance; they are 34/37 with each other, but
> 35/37 and 36/37 with the ancestral haplotype (from John's grandfather). I
> would have to do some research to find if they are from the Putnam County
> group. A13 is a 25/25 match with the ancestral (and Ernie and me). See:
> Bill Hurst
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