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Results and Analysis - Kit N60912
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             Name Birth Date Birth Place Death Date Death Place Spouse
     7 Unknown          
     6 Salomon David Bolletje Abt 1752 Amsterdam, Holland 3 May 1834 Uilenburgerstraat, Amsterdam, Holland Klaarje Markus
     5 David Salomon Bolletje 1791 Amsterdam, Holland 9 Mar 1874 Amsterdam, Holland Ester Phillip Hekster
     4 Solomon (Omi) David Bolletje Davidson 15 Apr 1827 Batavierstraat (Batavian Street), Amster 1906 New York, New York Annaatje Baske
     3 David Davidson 23 Jan 1860 London, England 6 Sep 1947, Manhattan, New York City, New York Clara Recht
     2 Arthur William Davidson 16 Feb 1896 New York City, New York Leavenworth, Kansas Jan 1992 Elisabeth (Betty) Elsey
     1 David Davidson 11 may 1926 Lawrence,   Kansas Carol Anne Dergance
                    
General Comments:

My father, Arthur William Davidson, always said they thought the family immigrated to Holland from Bohemia, but it could have been Germany, because they spoke German. It could also have been some where else in Europe. It appears that the names alternated between David Solomon/Salomon and Solomon/Salomon David. The name Bolletje was obviously taken/given in Holland.


Generation Proofs:

7 No Data Provided.

6 No Data Provided.

5 No Data Provided.

4 No Data Provided.

3 No Data Provided.

2 No Data Provided.

1 No Data Provided.

 
Links to Personal Web Sites:

DNA Y-Chromosome Results:

  

   Group 999 - Other (4 members)


DYS#
Kit Ancestor or Member Name *
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N60912 Salomon David Bolletje. Born:abt 1752 in Amsterdam, Holland. Married to Klaarje Markus 14 Apr 1821 J2 12 25 14 10 14 15 11 15 11 14 11 30 15 9 9 11 11 25 16 20 30 13 15 15 18       10 10 21 22 15 13 19 21 34 38 10 10                                                            
 
   Haplogroup Shading Code: Note: all Haplogroup values are reported based on latest Y-DNA Haplogroup Standard nomenclature.
   We update these results as the Standard is changed (usually every 1-2 years).
  R1b1    Predicted - Haplogroup value is predicted by FTDNA based on marker values.
  R1b1    Backbone Test - Haplogroup value is derived based on a now obsolete SNP Backbone Test by FTDNA. Additional SNPs need to be analysed.
  R1b1    Earlier Standard - Haplogroup value is measured based on a Deep Clade Test performed by FTDNA based on earlier
   Y-DNA Haplogroup Standard. Additional new SNPs need to be analysed.
  R1b1    Current Standard - Haplogroup Value is measured based on a Deep Clade Test performed by FTDNA to latest Y-DNA Haplogroup Standard.
 
   Allele Shading Code: Codes to show exceptions to family highlighting based on differences between your results and Predicted Ancestral Haplotype.
   Please note that some alleles have been designated as Fast Mutators - this means that changes in their values MAY have less genealogical significance.
  29    Difference noted for fast mutating allele. Differences may have less genealogical significance.
  29    Difference noted for slow mutating allele.
       No value for this allele was observed. Normally used with for 464e, 464f, and 464g.
       Ordered. Data has been ordered and awaiting report from FTDNA.

Fast vs. Slow Mutating Alleles: The Alleles whose names are in red in the header row have been designated by FamilyTreeDNA as fast mutating. This means that, when comparing two kits, these alleles have less genealogical significance and figure less in determining if two kits have a family match.
 


DNA Comments :

This Project member has a Haplogroup assignment of J2 which varies from the norm for all other individuals presently in the Project who have either R1axx or R1bxx Haplogroup assignments.


Contact Information :

David Leo Davidson

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