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Who are the Sargents that founded Sargentville, Maine?
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I can't find which Sargents settled the town of Sargentville, Maine.Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Dunham Mar 13, 2010.

Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis
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There's a "broken branch" on my family tree which stops with William Sargent b. 1805 Maine, d. 1870 Tallapoosa, AL m. Nancy Ann PurvisI recently joined the Sargent DNA project:…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Penny Kresl Sep 19.

 

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Penny Kresl replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Let us know the name of your Langlais when he tests so I can go in and look @ the YDNA analysis @ FTDNA. Just remember , Benjamin Sargent had three children taken from the Saco area. or they could have also been taken in 1703 when John(the father)…"
Sep 19
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"I lived in Wisconsin up until 17 years ago. I live in Arizona now. Getting ready to retire in Spring. I will contact you via regular email."
Oct 7, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"We are back to Jean-Francois Langlais in Kumouraska."
Oct 6, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"We have a male but waiting until he is ready. If it matches it would be nice to find out where the fisherman came from. I have good tracking sources in England but without a name and/or town of origin it is rough."
Oct 6, 2016
Penny Kresl replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"How far can you go back then on your Mom's line?"
Oct 6, 2016
Penny Kresl replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Hi Brian Yes that would be cool. We used Family Tree DNA to do the YDNA test of my Uncle and two male cousins. I like the fact they are established and they have a huge data base that matches and tells you when you have matched with a relative.. Now…"
Oct 5, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Ok thanks."
Sep 30, 2016
Keith Sargent replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Sorry I don't know anything about that branch of the Sargents."
Sep 30, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Hi again Keith. The attached image shows me linking back to Jean-Francois Langlais. But from what I gather we link to Saco, Maine Sargents and no match for Worchesyter, Mass and Digory Sargeant. From what I have read Bill Simmons is having…"
Sep 30, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Thank you Keith!"
Sep 30, 2016
Keith Sargent replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Many of the people in the Sargent DNA Project (including myself) used FTDNA The 37 marker test is all you need. It's $169, but you can wait for a sale, possibly December, when the price comes down to $130, or so. No blood is needed, just a…"
Sep 29, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Yes. One left living. I will ask if he would be willing. What place provides the best DNA testing?"
Sep 28, 2016
Keith Sargent replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"No Brian, the Y DNA is only passed down on the father's side, not the mother's."
Sep 28, 2016
Brian Jay Miller replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Hi Penny, My Mother was a Langlais from WI and we have things traced back to the the Maine branch of Sargent or Mass. Is it possible for me to have DNA ran of myself to see what state we connect to? we always thought we descended from Louis Phillip…"
Sep 28, 2016
Penny Kresl replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"I agree Bill!!"
Feb 2, 2014
William J. Simmons replied to Keith Sargent's discussion 'Early Sargent Immigrants and Y-DNA Analysis'
"Penny, I am thinking my Langlais line was a capture during the sacking of the Fort at Pemaquid, Maine in 1696, time frame fits ? Have you found anything yet ? My family is a match with your line also.  "
Feb 2, 2014

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At 4:03pm on December 31, 2009, Chris Dunham said…
I included your email address as well.
At 3:37pm on December 31, 2009, Chris Dunham said…
I've sent sullenjoe a message, with a link back to your profile.
At 2:57pm on December 31, 2009, Keith Sargent said…
I'm stuck Chris. Although I am registered on YouTube, it doesn't like my password anymore and wants me to change my e-mail address. I've tried to add "sullenjoe" as a friend, but he doesn't know me. I've googled "sullenjoe" but can't find an e-mail for him. Could you do me a favor and send him a quick e-mail, telling him I'd like to talk to him? You can include my e-mail: ksargent2@yahoo.com
At 5:59pm on December 29, 2009, Chris Dunham said…
Hi Keith, welcome to the site. That video was uploaded to YouTube by "sullenjoe," whose profile is here. If you're registered at YouTube, you can send them a message here.
 
 
 

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