Welcome to the newly formatted Baber-Babers Group Site. I hope that you find it useful and interesting.
If you know of any member of our Baber, Babers or Beaver families on a BaberFamilyTree.org web page with no Y-DNA group mentioned in the header, please encourage them to have a Y-DNA test. Such a test will contribute significantly in identifying how the various web pages on the BaberFamilyTree.org web site fit together in a single ancestral tree. Such tests have already contributed greatly to our knowledge of our ancestral trees, but there is still much more to be achieved.
We are also seeking Baber male paternal line descendants of
• James Washington Baber b: January 2, 1802 (on web page http://baberfamilytree.org/usa/james-washington.htm) and
• John Baber b: September 6, 1827 (on web page http://baberfamilytree.org/usa/john1827.htm)
to have a Y-DNA test. These are needed to resolve an anomaly between Thomas Baber b: Abt. 1720 (http://baberfamilytree.org/usa/baber-lawson.htm) and James H. Baber b: Abt. 1825 (http://baberfamilytree.org/usa/baber-hanawalt.htm) -- i.e. between our Y-DNA subgroups R2 and R3.
Your assistance in either or both of the above will be greatly appreciated and will make a valuable contribution to our knowledge of our ancestry. Please contact me at Bob@RLBaber.de for further information.
October 27 @ 6:08am
Baber monument, tomb of Edward Baber 1531-1578 and his wife Catherine Leigh d. 1600/1. Picture taken at St. Andrews Church, Chew Magna, Somerset, England, 2014 April 12.
June 16, 2018 @ 4:39am
Three generations of descendants of Edward Baber 1531-1578 and Catherine nee Leigh in front of their monument:
• Eric Robert Baber and Ingrid Anne Baber (12 generations from Edward and Catherine),
• Robert Laurence Baber (11 generations) and
• Oscar William Baber and Timothy Vaughan Baber (13 generations)
Picture taken at St. Andrews Church, Chew Magna, Somerset, England, 2014 April 12