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February 25 @ 5:18pm
My Grandfather's last name was Domokos but no one in our family know where his last name comes from as he came over with his mom in early 1900's from Budapest--no husband. Great grandmother's last name was Sandor. Wondering if there are other people out there with this last name that might be relatives with the same last name.
Jeffrey Mitchell (Circe de St Michel) Jeffrey Mitchell (Circe de St Michel)
October 10 @ 5:02pm
Hi, Thanks for the add. My real surname is Circe. My 2nd Great-Grandfather Laurent Circe dit St Michel changed our name to Orin Mitchel around 1829 when he settled in Vermont from Quebec, Canada. All 32 of my 3rd Great-Grandparents were born in Quebec. My 7th Great-Grandfather was Francois Circe b. Abt. 1630 in Paris, France. We are searching for the origin of Circe as we have no record before 1680 of our Paternal linage. I have done the Big-Y7OO test with no close matches. My YDNA is R1b-L23>BY70163. FTDNA has my Ethnicity as 23% British Isle, 2% South East Europe, 51% Iberia and 24% West/Central Europe. 23andMe has my Ethnicity as 36.1 French and German, 26% British and Irish, 7.3% Spanish and Portuguese, 1.7% Italian in the areas of Sicily, Lombardy and Calabria, 5% Broadly Southern European and 18.6% Broadly Northwestern European. Looking forward in meeting new cousins.
Elizabeth Ambrose, Elizabeth Ambrose,
December 26, 2018 @ 11:32pm
Hello - my 3rd great grandmother was a Kraak from Borgholzhausen, Germany. My 6th great grandfather of that lineage was Hinrich Kraak, born 1660. Very interested to learn more about possible origins of this name. Occasionally spelled Krack.
Robert Ballantyne Robert Ballantyne
August 17, 2018 @ 9:26pm
Hi. I am very new to this and thought I would ask for some help. My Y-DNA lineage is a J-M267 My father was adopted in 1920. I found papers after he passed that his birth parents names were S. Philip Kraker and Marie Trotier Kraker. I really don't know how to proceed. Any tips or help? Much appreciated.
Emmanuel Tooulou Emmanuel Tooulou has a question!
August 15, 2017 @ 7:44am
My father's (surname Kyriakou) Y-DNA lineage is a J1-M267 (J-PF7261) Haplogroup. Geographically that places my ancestry in the general region of the earliest history of the Kyriakou. clan. Are the results provided sufficient to confirm or reject a relationship?
January 17, 2018 @ 7:41pm
My all grandparents used to live in Thessaloniki - Greece until 1924... My father side has been taken KARAKAS surname... My mother side has been taken Tolu surname ... :)
January 17, 2018 @ 7:43pm
My bothside mother/father have same Sephardic surname is Pasharel ...
Mitchell Crow Mitchell Crow
August 22, 2016 @ 5:37pm
Catholic Pope #1 and #21 and Subclade R1b-L1066 A Roman Centurion Jew baptized by Jesus apostle, Saint Peter. He is known as St. Cornelius the Centurion aka Corneille aka Crow. His conversion marks the break between the earliest Church and the Synagogue (Acts 10 and 11 ). ~ 21st Pope was also a Crow. ~ Specific attributes of these two popes match specific attributes of our family ancestors of religious orders in pre-England, and France, Italy, Spain, Isle Of Man, Scotland, Ireland. ~ The information above was discovered at the end of a very long and complex journey...
ruben ciriacks ruben ciriacks
July 27, 2015 @ 8:20am
znak-radu-cyriaci icon image file.
Former Admin
July 29, 2015 @ 8:48am
Oh yeah, znak radu means cross red or Red Cross.
ruben ciriacks ruben ciriacks
July 24, 2015 @ 6:26pm
Collage showing 1970 reunion group picture atop recent picture of the Artesian Lake Park as it was several decades later. This one of the BANNERS being used for the ftDNA site here.
Former Admin
July 29, 2015 @ 8:46am
See more current version that includes the name tree image to the right - most recent version of that one uploaded today, July 29th, 2015.
Former Admin Former Admin
July 29, 2015 @ 8:44am
My AT-84 keyboard had a piece of blue plastic stuck under the 'H' key - this image removes the two extra 'h's for the "Quryaqos' spelling applicable to various Middle Eastern countries.
ruben ciriacks ruben ciriacks
July 27, 2015 @ 8:19am
znak-radu-cyriaci.gif image used as a thumbnail or ???