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From: "William Hurst" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Macro vs. Micro View of Genetic Genealogy
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 23:20:10 -0400
References: <062720051856.5291.42C04BEF00005D3C000014AB2200734748050B989A0E00@comcast.net> <BAY104-DAV9EE6216AB6CA8C14F2A2DF1EE0@phx.gbl> <022401c57b64$d4ad4b40$1002a8c0@Sharon> <BAY104-DAV13778A67487247D526DD23F1EE0@phx.gbl> <02f701c57b87$aeb33a30$1002a8c0@Sharon>
> My son's connection to the Hurst family (broken by females) is through
> Hurst who married Elizebath Bridewell through their daughter Nancy Hurst
> married to John McCammack and their daughter, Mary, who married Cyrus
> in Putnam Co., IN, 1847.
> As I told you sometime in the past there was a very large Hurst presence
> Putnam Co. during the mid 1800s.
Sharon, I don't track that branch. And unfortunately, most of the published
genealogy by John's descendants (I'm descended from his brother Absalom) is
pre-DNA. But see:
what? this isn't the Hurst list? Oh, sorry.
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