LINEAGE STUDY PROTOTYPE
John Combe, Citizen, Draper, Merchant & Adventurer
[ Overview | Research Goals | Study Learnings | Descendancy ]
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This is a study of the male DNA that has been passed from generation to generation among those descendants of John COMBE and Margaret ARCHDALE of London, England. The lineage emphasizes those descendants who bare the COMBS surname of this specific lineage. Like a trunk of a tree, this is a main lineage from which many branches of COMBS derive -- particularly those with COMBS surnames residing in the United States descending from the immigrant ancestor Archdale COMBE who first appears in the Virginia Colony in the late 1660s. Our research demonstrates, there are no known siblings or uncles of Archdale COMBE with any issue which is why we go back to the grandparents for furthering the ancestry of this COMBES lineage using a Y DNA approach.
FOCUS: Our goals to be derived from this study for this trunk of our COMBS-COOMBS tree are:
Specific roadblocks have been:
Do you have your own research dilemmas or mysteries? Submit additional goals for your specific branch of this lineage to our list Combs@combs-familes.org to the attn of the Project Administrator. The Administrator will let you know if this can be included based on the kinds of concerns a study like this can resolve.
[These goals are considered dynamic and therefore may change as we find answers to our questions or come upon new dilemmas to solve.]
(A description will be appear here once DNA testing results can be assumed; and, will be updated as information becomes available. Updates will depend on the data from the test kits submitted. As more researchers submit DNA, the better we should know of the relatedness of COMBS-COOMBS descendants. The learnings unique to this group will be placed here. Be patient because it will take time for this picture to form.)
(This will illustrate the branches of the families that descend from John COMBE and Margaret ARCHDALE. The primary purpose of illustrating the descendancy will be for researchers to see what relationships have been supported by both well documented family history research and by DNA genetic profiles. It will help researchers see opportunities for linking up to this branch of COMBS. This will be facilitated through electronic links, as noted above, to research specific to this family in our project, lineage "snapshots" of known descendants, and DNA findings. Assumptions can be made about the relatedness of different branches being traced by researchers from this combined information.)
If you would like to submit a Lineage snapshot, want to include some study goals or have any feedback or questions regarding this trunk of our Combs-Coombs &c. International DNA Study, please contact the Project Administrator, Denise Mortorff at email@example.com
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