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I figured that it’s about time I made a post to help bait some new cousins.
I originally tested with AncestryDNA.
And I transferred my AncestryDNA data to both FamilyTreeDNA and Gedmatch.
FTDNA kit #: B29051
Gedmatch kit #: A384941
Here is a quick reference from my grandparents to my 2nd Great-Grandparents (surnames and places of birth).
Just a quick note…
My 2nd great-grandmother who was born in London, her siblings were all born in Russia or Romania. Being in London when she was born seemed to just be some type of layover from one area to another. There is an entirely different set of Goodman’s from England, but from what I’ve found they were not of Jewish faith and my Goodman line was.
Think we could be cousins? Send me an email at jwaters[dot]ancestry[dot]search[at]gmail[dot]com or leave a comment.