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From: "Sylvia Snipp" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] New Project THOMAS
Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2003 17:56:29 -0000
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You will find lots of help re research in Wales here :
There are newspapers which might place information for free to help in your
project. They might even do an article.
Also there are many Family History Societies in Wales that may publish you
details on their websites or journals.
Very new project administrator SNIPP name on FTDNA.
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From: "Bonnie Thomas Chaffin" <>
Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 2:09 AM
Subject: [DNA] New Project
As a new group admin, I have been reading your emails for about 1 week. I'm
learning quite a bit but I'm also moving two steps back with some of these
posts! However, I'm rather tenacious so will continue to absorb all that
you experts dish out.
We have just begun the THOMAS group project (using Y-DNA) at FTDNA. We
currently seem to only have participants and interested parties in the
I notice that many posting to this list are "across the pond". Would some
of you suggest other places that I might post this group project as we would
love to have participants from the Thomas families that did not come to
America. We know there are Welch groups as well as German groups. (Plus
others, I'm sure).
Any suggestions would be welcome.
Bonnie Thomas Chaffin (descendant of George Thomas, b. 1781 in Tennessee,
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