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    1. [MITCH-UK] Book publication
    2. Michael Mitchelmore via
    3. Congratulations to Stephen Mitchelmore, who has just had (or is about to have) his book, This Space of Writing: A renewed appreciation of the mystery and promise of writing, published by Zero Books. See http://www.zero-books.net/books/this-space-writing. Stephen is my third cousin, although he probably doesn't know it. If any lister is in contact with Stephen, or knows how to contact him, please pass on our best wishes. Mike MitchelmoreCopacabanaNew South Wales

    10/31/2015 06:18:13
    1. Re: [MITCH-UK] Wire Transfer (0380PP270)
    2. Dear Bank Account Operator,WIRE TRANSACTION: FWD-3836961516446060CURRENT STATUS: PENDING Please Review your transaction as soon as possible.

    04/04/2012 12:49:03
    1. Re: [MITCH-UK] Major update to M*CH*MORE web site
    2. Hi I know its a while since we made contact.Which site do I need to sign up for from now on,please?  Also what info. can I add relating to Albert George and family from My Father- Walter Leonard onwards and do  I email you or enter it into a site somewhere? Thanks for  your patience us Limeys are a bit slow on the uptake!!   Mark Michelmore Wellness & Business Coach WSN Health Tel: +44 1932 864067 Mobile: +44 7831425483 Skype: Mark Michelmore www.wsn4wellness.co.uk ________________________________ From: Mike Mitchelmore <mike.mitchelmore@mq.edu.au> To: mitchelmore-uk@rootsweb.com Sent: Monday, 28 February, 2011 9:54:15 Subject: [MITCH-UK] Major update to M*CH*MORE web site I have just completed a major update to the M*CH*MORE web site. In particular, the following amendments have been made: * Details from the 1900, 1910 and 1920 US censuses have been added. * With much help from Kim MITCHAMORE, the Texans in Tree 02 have been properly recorded (including taking in Tree 806). * Tree 03 has been taken into Tree 01, based on their identical Y-DNA results. * UK church records have been rearranged by name (instead of by parish), for easier searching. * The head of Tree 320 has been identified and the subtree accordingly taken into Tree 01. * The head of Tree 805 has been identified and the subtree accordingly taken into Tree 18. * The people in Tree 506 have been identified and the subtree accordingly taken into Tree 19. * Additional data include twenty 19th century criminal records, a few more early London church records, 24 records from a single cemetery in Melbourne, and lots of bits and pieces. As a result, there are amendments in almost all trees. As usual, please alert me to any missing links or other errors, and I will gladly correct them. Warning: This is the last message I will send to the MITCHELMORE-UK list. Please unsubscribe from this list and subscribe to the new MITCHELMORE list as soon as possible. Enjoy! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the Rootsweb MITCHELMORE mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/02/2011 05:47:37
    1. [MITCH-UK] Major update to M*CH*MORE web site
    2. Mike Mitchelmore
    3. I have just completed a major update to the M*CH*MORE web site. In particular, the following amendments have been made: * Details from the 1900, 1910 and 1920 US censuses have been added. * With much help from Kim MITCHAMORE, the Texans in Tree 02 have been properly recorded (including taking in Tree 806). * Tree 03 has been taken into Tree 01, based on their identical Y-DNA results. * UK church records have been rearranged by name (instead of by parish), for easier searching. * The head of Tree 320 has been identified and the subtree accordingly taken into Tree 01. * The head of Tree 805 has been identified and the subtree accordingly taken into Tree 18. * The people in Tree 506 have been identified and the subtree accordingly taken into Tree 19. * Additional data include twenty 19th century criminal records, a few more early London church records, 24 records from a single cemetery in Melbourne, and lots of bits and pieces. As a result, there are amendments in almost all trees. As usual, please alert me to any missing links or other errors, and I will gladly correct them. Warning: This is the last message I will send to the MITCHELMORE-UK list. Please unsubscribe from this list and subscribe to the new MITCHELMORE list as soon as possible. Enjoy! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the Rootsweb MITCHELMORE mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462

    02/28/2011 01:54:15
    1. [MITCH-UK] unsubscribe
    2. Garry Mitchelmore
    02/16/2011 04:24:44
    1. [MITCH] Lionel George Mitchelmore
    2. andrew marsh
    3. I am trying to research the life and times of Lionel george Mitchelmore who was born 26.8.1890.He came from Brentford, Middlesex. The only main information is that he joined the RNVR as a Sub. Lieutenant for the Royal Naval Division and won the Military Cross. On demobilisation he gave his occupation as Farmer and resided at 77, St.Margarets Rd. Twickenham. Any information would be much appreciated. Many Thanks Andrew Marsh email rndhistory@virgin.net

    02/14/2011 01:38:46
    1. [MITCH-UK] Announcing the end of the -UK
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. For some time now, Rootsweb has had both a MITCHELMORE and a MITCHELMORE-UK list. The difference was that the MITCHELMORE list was shown in the index of surname lists but you could not subscribe or submit messages to it; whereas the opposite was true for the MITCHELMORE-UK list. This confusion arouse because of Rootsweb's inadequate response to my request, a couple of years ago, to remove "-UK" from the name of the list on the grounds that we were not limited to the UK. Finally, a resolution of sorts has been achieved. Both lists are now fully functional, with MITCHELMORE classified as a surname list and MITCHELMORE-UK as a locality list. Frankly, I do not see the point of retaining a MITCHELMORE-UK list, but at least that decision leads to the retention of the existing archives. My intention from here on is to announce matters concerning the M*CH*MORE One Name Study (including updates to the web site) only to the MITCHELMORE and MUCHMORE lists, and to let the MITCHELMORE-UK die a natural death. As an interim measure, however, I will include both the MITCHELMORE and MITCHELMORE-UK lists in the next update (coming soon). Meanwhile, could you please do two things: (1) unsubscribe from the MITCHELMORE-UK list by sending a message to mitchelmore-UK-L-request@rootsweb.com with subject and content the single word "unsubscribe" [no signature], and (2) subscribe to the MITCHELMORE list by sending a message to mitchelmore-L-request@rootsweb.com with subject and content the single word "subscribe" [again, no signature]. It may also be helpful to add mitchelmore@rootsweb.com to your contacts list, so that messages from the new list do not get sent to your spam folder (if you have one). Sorry for the inconvenience, but I think it really will be best for us all to do away with the -UK. Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the Rootsweb MITCHELMORE mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462

    02/14/2011 01:01:36
    1. Re: [MITCH] Lionel George Mitchelmore
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. Lionel George MITCHELMORE is the head of Family 1916 in Tree 05 in the M*CH*MORE One Name Study. You will find all the details we have on him at http://www.mitchelmore.info/families/trees/tree05.htm#1916, and you can trace his ancestors from there. He does not seem to have had any children. Any further information you can give us in return would be much appreciated. Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the Rootsweb MITCHELMORE mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 ----- Original Message ---- > From: andrew marsh <rndhistory@virgin.net> > To: Mitchelmore-UK-L@rootsweb.com > Sent: Tue, 15 February, 2011 7:38:46 AM > Subject: [MITCH] Lionel George Mitchelmore > > I am trying to research the life and times of Lionel george Mitchelmore who was >born 26.8.1890.He came from Brentford, Middlesex. The only main information is >that he joined the RNVR as a Sub. Lieutenant for the Royal Naval Division and >won the Military Cross. On demobilisation he gave his occupation as Farmer and >resided at 77, St.Margarets Rd. Twickenham. > Any information would be much appreciated. > > Many Thanks > > Andrew Marsh email rndhistory@virgin.net > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    02/14/2011 12:06:44
    1. [MITCH] Latest Y-DNA result
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. As a rather special New Year's present, the latest Y-DNA result has just come in. It is from a man in Tree 01 and shows an exact match (on all 37 markers) with the man from Tree 03 previously tested. Our first bullseye! It shows that the two trees are very closely related. It seems to me that the most likely link is that John 0478 (Tree 01) was the father of John 0278 (Tree 03). This is one of two possibilities previously identified and is now much more likely than the other one, with Tree 06 (since Tree 06 is relatively distant from Tree 01 in terms of their genetic makeup). So, unless anyone can convince me otherwise, I intend to takeTree 03 into Tree 01. That will take quite a bit of editing, so it won't happen overnight. Trees 01 and 03 are already large enough -- the combined tree will be ginormous. The possible link between Tree 01 and Tree 12 (with the hypothetical Walter 0459 as the father of my ancestor Walter 0283) now seems unlikely but, since they only differ on one marker,still possible. You can find the complete details of the DNA results to date at http://www.mitchelmore.info/join/dna-results.htm. The project is beginning to be very helpful. If you haven't had your (or your husband's) DNA tested yet, please think about it and let me know. Meanwhile, I wish you all the best for 2011. Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462

    01/03/2011 09:17:58
    1. [MITCH] Recommended Article
    2. Hello, your friend at <a href="mailto:mike.mitchelmore@y7mail.com">mike.mitchelmore@y7mail.com</a> felt that you would be interested in the following article posted at our site:<BR><BR> "Malcolm E. Mitchamore: Businessman, deacon"<BR><a href="http://www.brentwoodhomepage.com/malcolm-e-mitchamore-businessman-deacon-cms-3916">http://www.brentwoodhomepage.com/malcolm-e-mitchamore-businessman-deacon-cms-3916</a><BR><BR>Your friend made this comment about the article:<BR> "R.I.P. Malcolm Edward MITCHAMORE (Tree 02, Family 6019). Mike"<BR><BR>Why don't you take a moment to check it out?<BR> <BR> Thanks,<BR> Brentwood Home Page

    12/26/2010 10:28:06
    1. [MITCH] Update on DNA project
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. Two more results have come in, bringing the total number of men in the DNA project to 12. The revised results and analysis are available at http://www.mitchelmore.info/join/dna-results.htm. A few things stand out from these results: (1) The majority of the results obtained to data (9 out of 12) fall into the same haplogroup, I2b1. No two are identical. A new map describing their similarities and how they may have mutated into each other has been constructed. (2) The haplotypes of the two men from Tree 08 show several differences. This suggests that there is an error somewhere Tree 08. Can anyone suggest where it might be? (3) The two MICHELMORE men from Trees 17 and 18, both of whose families originated in Buckfastleigh, have substantially different haplotypes. This suggests that their common ancestor mostly likely lived before the earliest written records (1600). (4) The two MICHELMOREs fall into the same haplogroup as the MITCHELMOREs who originated around the Stokenham area. However, the differences in their haplotypes suggests that their common ancestor lived not long after surnames became heritary in the 13th century. The ancestry of the 3 men who do not fall into haplogroup I2b1 remains a mystery. It is possible that one of their ancestors adopted the MITCHELMORE surname in honour of an employer; he could also have been adopted or illegitimate. There are some examples in the database of illegitimate MITCHELMORE sons (e.g., William 0555 in Tree 01) but there don't appear to be any in the ancestry of the 3 men tested. Feedback and comments welcome! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462

    11/25/2010 09:49:05
    1. Re: [MITCH] 1916 Canadian Census
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. Thanks, John. I noticed that there are also 13 MICHELMOREs, 3 MUCHMOREs and 3 MEICHMOREs (a new spelling!). I'll get the full data on to the web site at the next update. Keep sending them in! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 ________________________________ From: John Mitchelmore <post@jkmitchelmore.plus.com> To: MITCHELMORE Mailing List <MITCHELMORE-UK-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tue, 23 November, 2010 1:11:31 AM Subject: [MITCH] 1916 Canadian Census There are three MITCHELMOREs, all living in Winnipeg, in the 1916 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta: Lauria b 1889 Edwin H b 1890 Muriel G b 1915 Link: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1916Canada&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=0&msT=1&gss=ms_db&gsln=Mitchelmore&dbOnly=_83004045%7C_83004045_x&dbOnly=_F00027CB%7C_F00027CB_x&dbOnly=_F0004820%7C_F0004820_x&uidh=000 John Mitchelmore Hertfordshire ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/22/2010 08:15:42
    1. [MITCH] 1916 Canadian Census
    2. John Mitchelmore
    3. There are three MITCHELMOREs, all living in Winnipeg, in the 1916 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta: Lauria b 1889 Edwin H b 1890 Muriel G b 1915 Link: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1916Canada&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=0&msT=1&gss=ms_db&gsln=Mitchelmore&dbOnly=_83004045%7C_83004045_x&dbOnly=_F00027CB%7C_F00027CB_x&dbOnly=_F0004820%7C_F0004820_x&uidh=000 John Mitchelmore Hertfordshire

    11/22/2010 07:11:31
    1. Re: [MITCH] Latest update
    2. Anne Watts
    3. Morning Mike, My family home being Mackay Queensland. I am now residing in Brisbane. My brothers being, Ian Furguson, Peter John, (David Jeffrey, and David William, both diseased) I am the daughter of Peter MacKellar Michelmore and Betty Gwendolin Fulton. Peter's brothers are John, Jeffrey, and Harry (all with MacKellar names). Following the family line of their mother. My Great Grandfather being John Alfred Michelmore. He had 2 brothers being the eldest son of Jeffrey John and Margaret Pitts. His 2 brothers William Trevessor (sp) and Earnst Pitts ( called Pittsie, by family) I note you have different names for their parents in the Australian register. Prout came a generation before I think. Our family lost contact with Pittsie and it is nice to see he has been found. John Alfred once established in Mackay, helped his brothers to emigrate to Mackay. John Alfred came to Australia with a letter of acknowlegement from his governess who was an aunt of Brigeman. Brigeman had great involvement in the sugar cane and the cattle industry of the Mackay Region. There are many families in the Mackay region from the same area in Devon. Thanks, Anne Fulton Michelmore Watts On 06/11/2010, at 11:27 AM, Michael Mitchelmore wrote: > I have now completed my review of the northern South Hams trees and > subtrees > (especially those originating in Buckfastleigh). I have accordingly > made a few > minor amendments to the possible links, and also written a summary > on the > History/Earliest page. > > > There are also a number of minor additions to the content of several > trees. As > usual, you can check the printable version for an indication of any > updates to > your tree. > > Enjoy! > > Mike > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Michael Mitchelmore > Wahroonga NSW, Australia > . > Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the > M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the > MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore > . > Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message

    11/06/2010 09:11:26
    1. [MITCH] Latest update
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. I have now completed my review of the northern South Hams trees and subtrees (especially those originating in Buckfastleigh). I have accordingly made a few minor amendments to the possible links, and also written a summary on the History/Earliest page. There are also a number of minor additions to the content of several trees. As usual, you can check the printable version for an indication of any updates to your tree. Enjoy! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462

    11/05/2010 12:27:48
    1. [MITCH] (no subject)
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. This message was sent on 23 October, but bounced: I have just uploaded a revised set of indexes to the M*CH*MORE site that now includes all the people in the subtrees as well as those in the 20 full trees. I have also added a site search so that you can look for particular places, occupations, etc. In addition, I have re-analysed the DNA results obtained to date in an attempt to trace the mutations that led to the present trees. This analysis appears to show that at least 6 M*CH*MORE trees have a common ancestor right back in the early days of surnames. With further data, this picture will no doubt change -- either by adding more detail, or by amending the hypothetical common ancestor or our descent from him. There are 4 more DNA analyses in the pipeline, but more are needed. If you haven't already had your DNA tested (men), please consider doing it now. But contact me first, rather than simply enrolling on the FamilyTreeDNA site, because I may be able to get you a substantial discount. Enjoy! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462

    10/27/2010 10:53:31
    1. Re: [MITCH] Update: subtrees, links and another DNA result
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. 'Twill be done! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 . OPC for Chawleigh, Cheldon, Chulmleigh, Eggesford & Wembworthy . For my MITCHELMORE, PHILLIPS, SAUNDERS & TUCKER family histories, visit http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mitchelmore ________________________________ From: "alrees61@aol.com" <alrees61@aol.com> To: mitchelmore-uk@rootsweb.com Sent: Fri, 15 October, 2010 9:22:13 PM Subject: Re: [MITCH] Update: subtrees, links and another DNA result Hello Mike You originally sent a message to my old email address and this will be closed shortly. Please can you send all enquiries to my new email address alrees61@sky.com Thanking you in advance. With regards Alun -----Original Message----- From: Michael Mitchelmore <mike.mitchelmore@y7mail.com> To: mitchelmore-uk@rootsweb.com Sent: Fri, Oct 15, 2010 11:18 am Subject: [MITCH] Update: subtrees, links and another DNA result (1) I have uploaded to the M*CH*MORE web site all the "subtrees" I have been ble to reconstruct from the available source data. Think of a subtree as a twig or branch that has fallen off one of the main trees, but we don't know which. hey are mostly short groups of one or two families, but there are a couple of ong sequences that started in the 17th century and only died out last century Trees 103 and 205). You can access the subtrees through "Family trees" on the enu by following the "subtrees" link. Anyone who can stick any of these ubtrees back on any of the Trees 01-20, please let us know! (2) I was inspired to take a fresh look at the possible links between all the outhern South Hams trees and subtrees, using all the data that have accumulated since the last look. I did actually manage to link a couple of potential ubtrees to some of the main trees, but also discovered several new ossibilities. As a result, I have updated the web site as follows: Trees 01 and 09 have both been extended backwards by two generations Trees 02 and 12 have both been extended backwards by one generation Evidence was found that Tree 12 may have been derived from the second eneration of Tree 01 The Cardiff MITCHELMOREs have been moved from Tree 06 to Tree 205 n fact, there are updates to every tree on the site. I have also added a etailed discussion of the possible links between the southern South Hams trees nd subtreesto the "Our early history" page at ttp://www.mitchelmore.info/history/earliest.htm. I plan to carry out a similar operation on the northern South Hams trees before he end of the year. (3) A further DNA test result is in, from the first northern South Hams tree Tree 17). Surprisingly, it shows that he has the same haplogroup as five of the MITCHELMOREs tested so far. So it would appear that the MICHELMOREs separated rom the MITCHELMOREs (or MUCHAMOREs as they were back then) some time before ritten records became available, probably in the 15th or 16th century. The full results and a discussion of their significance are on the web site at ww.mitchelmore.info/join/dna-results.htm. I have uploaded rather a lot of new stuff to the web site, and I have not had ime to check all the links. If you find any errors, please let me know and I ill remedy the matter as soon as I can. Enjoy! Mike ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ichael Mitchelmore ahroonga NSW, Australia dministrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the *CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the ITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. uild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 PC for Chawleigh, Cheldon, Chulmleigh, Eggesford & Wembworthy or my MITCHELMORE, PHILLIPS, SAUNDERS & TUCKER family histories, visit ttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mitchelmore ------------------------------ o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/15/2010 09:32:18
    1. Re: [MITCH] Update: subtrees, links and another DNA result
    2. Hello Mike You originally sent a message to my old email address and this will be closed shortly. Please can you send all enquiries to my new email address alrees61@sky.com Thanking you in advance. With regards Alun -----Original Message----- From: Michael Mitchelmore <mike.mitchelmore@y7mail.com> To: mitchelmore-uk@rootsweb.com Sent: Fri, Oct 15, 2010 11:18 am Subject: [MITCH] Update: subtrees, links and another DNA result (1) I have uploaded to the M*CH*MORE web site all the "subtrees" I have been ble to reconstruct from the available source data. Think of a subtree as a twig or branch that has fallen off one of the main trees, but we don't know which. hey are mostly short groups of one or two families, but there are a couple of ong sequences that started in the 17th century and only died out last century Trees 103 and 205). You can access the subtrees through "Family trees" on the enu by following the "subtrees" link. Anyone who can stick any of these ubtrees back on any of the Trees 01-20, please let us know! (2) I was inspired to take a fresh look at the possible links between all the outhern South Hams trees and subtrees, using all the data that have accumulated since the last look. I did actually manage to link a couple of potential ubtrees to some of the main trees, but also discovered several new ossibilities. As a result, I have updated the web site as follows: Trees 01 and 09 have both been extended backwards by two generations Trees 02 and 12 have both been extended backwards by one generation Evidence was found that Tree 12 may have been derived from the second eneration of Tree 01 The Cardiff MITCHELMOREs have been moved from Tree 06 to Tree 205 n fact, there are updates to every tree on the site. I have also added a etailed discussion of the possible links between the southern South Hams trees nd subtreesto the "Our early history" page at ttp://www.mitchelmore.info/history/earliest.htm. I plan to carry out a similar operation on the northern South Hams trees before he end of the year. (3) A further DNA test result is in, from the first northern South Hams tree Tree 17). Surprisingly, it shows that he has the same haplogroup as five of the MITCHELMOREs tested so far. So it would appear that the MICHELMOREs separated rom the MITCHELMOREs (or MUCHAMOREs as they were back then) some time before ritten records became available, probably in the 15th or 16th century. The full results and a discussion of their significance are on the web site at ww.mitchelmore.info/join/dna-results.htm. I have uploaded rather a lot of new stuff to the web site, and I have not had ime to check all the links. If you find any errors, please let me know and I ill remedy the matter as soon as I can. Enjoy! Mike ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ichael Mitchelmore ahroonga NSW, Australia dministrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the *CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the ITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. uild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 PC for Chawleigh, Cheldon, Chulmleigh, Eggesford & Wembworthy or my MITCHELMORE, PHILLIPS, SAUNDERS & TUCKER family histories, visit ttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mitchelmore ------------------------------ o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MITCHELMORE-UK-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message

    10/15/2010 12:22:13
    1. [MITCH] Update: subtrees, links and another DNA result
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. (1) I have uploaded to the M*CH*MORE web site all the "subtrees" I have been able to reconstruct from the available source data. Think of a subtree as a twig or branch that has fallen off one of the main trees, but we don't know which. They are mostly short groups of one or two families, but there are a couple of long sequences that started in the 17th century and only died out last century (Trees 103 and 205). You can access the subtrees through "Family trees" on the menu by following the "subtrees" link. Anyone who can stick any of these subtrees back on any of the Trees 01-20, please let us know! (2) I was inspired to take a fresh look at the possible links between all the southern South Hams trees and subtrees, using all the data that have accumulated since the last look. I did actually manage to link a couple of potential subtrees to some of the main trees, but also discovered several new possibilities. As a result, I have updated the web site as follows: * Trees 01 and 09 have both been extended backwards by two generations * Trees 02 and 12 have both been extended backwards by one generation * Evidence was found that Tree 12 may have been derived from the second generation of Tree 01 * The Cardiff MITCHELMOREs have been moved from Tree 06 to Tree 205 In fact, there are updates to every tree on the site. I have also added a detailed discussion of the possible links between the southern South Hams trees and subtreesto the "Our early history" page at http://www.mitchelmore.info/history/earliest.htm. I plan to carry out a similar operation on the northern South Hams trees before the end of the year. (3) A further DNA test result is in, from the first northern South Hams tree (Tree 17). Surprisingly, it shows that he has the same haplogroup as five of the MITCHELMOREs tested so far. So it would appear that the MICHELMOREs separated from the MITCHELMOREs (or MUCHAMOREs as they were back then) some time before written records became available, probably in the 15th or 16th century. The full results and a discussion of their significance are on the web site at www.mitchelmore.info/join/dna-results.htm. I have uploaded rather a lot of new stuff to the web site, and I have not had time to check all the links. If you find any errors, please let me know and I will remedy the matter as soon as I can. Enjoy! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 . OPC for Chawleigh, Cheldon, Chulmleigh, Eggesford & Wembworthy . For my MITCHELMORE, PHILLIPS, SAUNDERS & TUCKER family histories, visit http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mitchelmore

    10/14/2010 09:18:48
    1. [MITCH] Another Y-DNA result!
    2. Michael Mitchelmore
    3. A Y-DNA result has just come in from a member of Tree 02, which has the same Stokenham origin as a number of other trees. Surprisingly, the haplogroup is quite different from others obtained so far. This person may have been descended from a Norman invader ... Go to http://www.mitchelmore.info/join/dna-results.htm for the full story. Enjoy! Mike -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michael Mitchelmore Wahroonga NSW, Australia . Administrator of the MITCHELMORE-UK mailing list, the M*CH*MORE One Name Study at http://www.mitchelmore.info, and the MITCHELMORE DNA Project at https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Mitchelmore. Guild of One Name Studies Member No. 4462 . OPC for Chawleigh, Cheldon, Chulmleigh, Eggesford & Wembworthy . For my MITCHELMORE, PHILLIPS, SAUNDERS & TUCKER family histories, visit http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mitchelmore

    10/06/2010 09:34:56