Mar 29

Here is a menagerie of various Fonda photos that do not appear on the main fonda.org website.  They are all of deceased people and I have not given any references since most are from public sources.  If I have stepped on any copyrights please advise and I will give credits or remove… my intent is […]

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Nov 10

I had my DNA tested a few months ago, using the Paternal Lineage Y-46 method through Ancestry.com. I compared my results to some info I found on the Frisian peoples and to a couple of other individuals who joined my Fonda DNA Group on Ancestry.com. There is not yet enough DNA data to find any […]

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Nov 05

According to Wikipedia, the Frisian people are characterized by the R1b subclade U106 DNA profile: “Based on Y-DNA studies, it is believed the Frisian Y-DNA Haplogroup to be from the Haplogroup U106/S21 and its downstream subclades. Reference Haplogroup R1b (Y-DNA). U106 is defined as R1b1b2a1a by Family Tree DNA. U106 subclades include R1a1b1b2a1a1, R1a1b1b2a1a2, R1a1b1b2a1a3, […]

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Aug 21

Visit the Fonda DNA Group and be one of the first to compare your chromosomes! By comparing your DNA Ancestry test results with others, you can determine to what extent you are related. For example, the more closely your result set matches another’s, the narrower the range of generations between the two of you and […]

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Jan 01

This is a duplicate of the listing on the fonda.org website. Jellis Adam Fonda; Gunstocker; born 1670, died 8-Sep-1737 at 67 years of age; b. Albany, New, York; Jellis was in Albany in 1697, and Schenectady, 1700-20. In 1777, a Petition was sent to the New York Provincial Legislature to split Albany Co. into two […]

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