Guild of One-Name Studies
One-name studies, Genealogy
Category: 3 - A study where research using core genealogical datasets and transcriptions is well under way on a global basis.
DNA website: www.familytreedna.com/public/Pimble_Pymble/
Guild hosted website:
Contact: Mr Gerald Cooke
My web blog: Pimble Blog
If you have any views or alternative ideas I would be please to hear them
A brief outline, a 12 page pdf file, of the family relationships is included on my pimble.info website. The article is entitled Philip Pymble born 1739.
You will need to sign up for access to the site (FREE of course) and will find the article and copies of other related documents. If you are able to add, wish to amend any of the details in the article or can suggest additions please contact me.
It is from Robert that the Australian contingent of PYMBLE originate.
A close relation to Robert was Susannah PYMBLE who married Capt. John Hardman LISTER. They married in 1827 and a copy of the record from the Parish Register is available on the Pimble website
I am very happy to exchange information with anyone who has an interest in the name, please feel free to contact me.
Please visit either of my two websites:
Participation in the project is an opportunity to uncover information not provided by paper records. The results of test may help you to identify which family tree you belong to and which family trees are related.
The Y-DNA test tells you about your direct male line, which would be your father, his father and so on back in time. The Y DNA test can only be taken by males, if you are female then perhaps you have a father, brother, cousin who might take the test on your behalf.
The Y-DNA test result CONTAINS NO PERSONAL INFORMATION and the test is different from those used by forensic scientists in criminal investigations and by doctors to identify paternity. Furthermore the test can NOT identify a unique individual as close male family members (brothers, cousins, uncles) will in all probability have identical results.
For more information you might like to read Family Tree DNA FAQ's
The Journey of Mankind is recommended watching, it'll take a few minutes only and it's worth it. Click on Journey of Mankind on the FTDNA website
You can order your test kit on the FTDNA website, please click on the 'Request to join this Project' on the left of the screen. Tests ordered through this project are charged at a special discounted group rate.
Please visit Pimble/Pymble FamilyTree DNA page
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