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Title: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Tanya 4 on Tuesday 07 April 20 21:30 BST (UK)
Evening everyone.
YAY Just received confirmation of a DNA match to George Ibbotson 1700 born in Cawthorne.
That's about as much as I know he had a son my ancestor another George Ibberson 1733 Cawthorne.
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Craclyn on Tuesday 07 April 20 23:32 BST (UK)
Not quite sure what you are asking us here.
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Tanya 4 on Wednesday 08 April 20 00:17 BST (UK)
It would be nice to find out some more information about him like his parents ect.
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Pheno on Wednesday 08 April 20 09:16 BST (UK)
Isnt 1700 a bit of a long way back for a confirmed dna match?
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Tanya 4 on Wednesday 08 April 20 09:37 BST (UK)
It Was on Ancestry  ::)
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Craclyn on Wednesday 08 April 20 09:39 BST (UK)
It would be nice to find out some more information about him like his parents ect.

Before you jump into looking for his parents, have you confirmed a sourced paper trail back to this potential ancestor?
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Tanya 4 on Wednesday 08 April 20 11:03 BST (UK)
I've done a tree online, but I didn't think the register offices would be open to print off paper copies because of the Corona virus.
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: IgorStrav on Wednesday 08 April 20 11:11 BST (UK)
Is this via ThruLines on Ancestry?
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Gadget on Wednesday 08 April 20 11:26 BST (UK)
I've done a tree online, but I didn't think the register offices would be open to print off paper copies because of the Corona virus.

Register Offices would only go back to 1837.. Before that it would be baptism, marriage and burial records.  Do you mean local archives rather than ROs. Have you looked at online sources for baptism, etc.  records?
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Gadget on Wednesday 08 April 20 11:38 BST (UK)
FS has a transcript of the 1733 baptism in Cawthorne with a father of that name. No George bpt circa 1730 though.

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JSL9-641
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Tanya 4 on Wednesday 08 April 20 13:30 BST (UK)
Thatís the one gadget
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Gadget on Wednesday 08 April 20 13:31 BST (UK)
How did you find one born 1700? 
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Gadget on Wednesday 08 April 20 13:42 BST (UK)
The nearest baptism that  I can find in Yorkshire is 1 August 1705 - father was a James Ibberson.  Others were in London.

There is a burial for a George Ibberson, labourer,  in Cawthorne in ?July 1755 but no age given


Gadget
Title: Re: New DNA match George Ibberson
Post by: Tanya 4 on Wednesday 08 April 20 17:02 BST (UK)
You are right Gadget I think that date is wrong Iím going to try and work out where I went wrong  :-[