Steven Clyde Varner
Genealogy is just one of my many non-vocational interests. I became interested in family history at a fairly young age when my older cousin Maurine provided a pedigree to my younger sister for a school project. Since that time I've added quite a bit of detail to the basic names and dates, and have extended the tree considerably. Most of my family lines are about as American as you can get. The majority of my ancestors migrated to American in the 17th and 18th centuries. Some ancestors were founders of colonial towns and cities, many served in wars dating back before the Revolution... and there are some interesting characters in the tree. There's a judge in the witch trials, and a recipient of the Medal of Honor, for example.
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Capt. James Philbrick, my 9G grandfather.
I'm a member of the Family Tree DNA Varner Surname Project. My DNA results are on my DNA page. The Y-DNA tests indicate that I am related to a group of people who descend from the immigrant Johannes "Hans" Adam Werner of Massenbach, a Barony of the Holy Roman Empire. Today Massenbach is an adminstrative district (Stadtteile) of the town of Schwaigern in the District of Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
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