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    1. [CoTyIre] Re: Re 1. McCrory/Coneyglen COTYRONEIRELAND Digest, Vol 14, Issue 9
    2. Cheryl Hebbs
    3.  Greetings Russ It is great you have made a connection with DNA to re-ignite your hunt.  There is a great tool to help estimate the degree of relationship of a DNA match, where you dont yet have a tree using the cM value of shared match - called the 'shared match tool' available free on the DNA Painter website, DNA Painter: Tools | | | | | | | | | | | DNA Painter: Tools DNA Painter Useful tools and resources for genetic genealogy | | | The resources on this website are great for anyone who wishes to go on to more advanced techniques with their DNA results Kind Regards Cheryl    1. McCrory/Coneyglen ([email protected]) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2019 04:08:39 -0000 From: [email protected] Subject: [CoTyIre] McCrory/Coneyglen To: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Hi!  I've been diving back into genealogy after 20 year hiatus.  I had only been able to go back to Thomas McCrory of Stewartstown born c 1815.  My own DNA testing didn't move the ball, but when my father was DNA tested, the curtain was lifted.  He matches several descendants of brothers Ferdinand and George McCrory of Coneyglen (Liggins) and both born just shy of 1800.  My Thomas was possibly their brother, more likely first cousin, possibly second.  I dont think it could be more remote than that or there wouldn't be a match.  Anyway, I figured I would introduce myself.  Russ McRory ------------------------------ Subject: Digest Footer Send administrative questions to Claire K. and Clare L. at [email protected] Visit our site at ------------------------------ End of COTYRONEIRELAND Digest, Vol 14, Issue 9 **********************************************

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