NEW: Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village NOW has a DNA Project via FamilyTreeDNA


EXCITING THINGS HAPPENING for the Barkhamsted Lighthouse People!!

I HAVE TEAMED UP with FamilyTreeDNA & their DNA Project’s!!!

WELCOME to OUR NEW: Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village DNA Project PUT TOGETHER for us via FamilyTreeDNA

We are LOOKING for DESCENDANTS to join us & our NEW DNA Project & Research~

Help us uncover our AMAZING STORY and that of our Ancestor’s of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village of Barkhamsted, CT.

You can view more of my QUEST to find our Native American Root’s & my research on my blog at: conidubois.com

If you have had your DNA done through FamilyTreeDNA and have a kit number assigned & willing to join our project – please click the JOIN link below.

About & Project Website: Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village DNA Project 
Join Link: Join Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village DNA Project

At this present time we are only looking for true descendants – those that are verified through my (Coni Dubois) research will be the only ones added at the moment – I have done extensive Genealogy research on the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village and have most of the genealogy lines done. If I have already been in contact with you and have worked you in my files – please click join link above to get added asap – needing all branches of the Chagum’s.

Note: I am the Barber line – I descend from Hannah Chagum & Reuben Barber. also want to note – I have my Uncle Russ Allen’s, My 1/2 Brother Kenny Gilbert, My cousin Penny Carney & 2nd cousin Tanna Chesser along with my DNA for our lines already in our NEW DNA Project. Just needing to add more of the branch lines to get this all up and running! Please consider joining~

I have to say a BIG THANK you to FamilyTreeDNA and their project team! They have put this all together for us and made it possible for us to go further in our research and with the help of this DNA project we may be able to break through the brick walls that we have in our research.
Coni Dubois
Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village DNA Project Coordinator

Please consider joining our:
Facebook Group for Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village
You can also find me (Coni) on: Facebook Twitter YouTube pinterest

Note by FamilyTreeDNA:

What is an autosomal DNA transfer?

https://www.familytreedna.com/autosomal-transfer

If you have previously tested your autosomal DNA at 23andMe© or AncestryDNA or MyHeritage, you can transfer your results to Family Tree DNA by uploading your raw data file or by providing an identification number given by an acceptable third-party company. After transferring, your autosomal data is entered into our database, but your DNA sample is not obtained by our company.

Please note that you can only transfer the following versions from 23andMe©, AncestryDNA, and MyHeritage:

  • 23andMe© V3
  • 23andMe© V4
  • AncestryDNA V1
  • AncestryDNA V2
  • MyHeritage

Unfortunately, at this time, you cannot transfer 23andMe© V1 or 23andMe© V2 results from 23andMe©

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