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Robert Kennerley

Ephrayim - The Thirteen Tribe
Od Ephrayim Chai
EPHRAYIM IS MY FIRSTBORN. In human genetics,Haplogroup E1b1b1(previously called Hg21) is rare in the British Isles, and
especially so in Scotland.this ancestral segment is from the Middle East into the Mediterranean region, after its appearance around
24,000BC.E3b now E1b1b1a2(V13) would then migrate westward during the agricultural expansion in the Neolithic era.Today's E1b1b1 descendants are said
to be found in eastern and northern Africa,as well as south eastern Europe.
If you E1b1b1a you are a pure Descentent of Abraham .There is approximately 650 individuals comprising the total group of present
day Samaritans trace their ancestry over a period of more than 2,000 years to the Biblical Israelite tribes of Ephrayim,Manasseh and Levi.
As a religious sect,the Samaritans broke away from the main stream of Judaism around the fifth century B.C.E.

Enter the breathless history of long lost days of the Chinneroths.

Unless the fates are faithless grown,
And prophet's voice be vain,
Where'er is found this sacred stone
The Wanderers' Race shall reign."

ken(yes),is Hebrew word acquired its meaning of "yes" as confirmation, only in the Middle Ages.
Ner is of Hebrew origin,its meaning is "candle or light". A symbolic name for boys born
on Hanukkah, the Feast of Lights, or on Friday evening before the lighting of Sabbath candles.

Ley, as a word, is akin to hebrew word leoht(light illumination) and Middle English lea meaning
"pasture land, a meadow which is open to the sun and therefore, at times, drenched with light."
This connection of the word ley with light is significant on several levels. Physically, the clearing of
tracks through the forest lights the way and marks the "ley of the land."
Kennerley means : Yes, the bright light of the kingdom
Main DNA Sources of the Counties of the British Isles

Kenwothy Vulgo the kennerley Many older families of Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire can trace their ancestries
back to the Norman Conquest of 1066 or earlier. The lecagy effectively echo the long
passed days in the region and are recorded in districts and townships whose streets
and placenames brightens their passing text. Research from numerous sources, show
the present day Kennerly's may be descendants of the Kinnersley's in the Wildmoors,
Shropshire. Written as Kinardsey,the first record was of Sir John de Kynardeseye, who's
nephew John de Kynardeseye was clerk to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster during the reign of
Edward II. There are numerous "places" where Kennerly could have come from.Most agree
to some degree ... as a place name, it's not confined to Devon as some English Surname
Dictionarys would lead you to believe. There are numerous Kennerleigh, Kynnerleye villages,
parishes, and "land" across the north western part of England ... and guess what -- that's where
most past records and current Kennerly's are to be found today!
This is a collection of verified and UNVERIFIED connections to the Kennerley families.
Information may be added without absolute verification of being correct, so that it might
provide a starting point for Kennerley researchers to use as a tool to continue discovery
and verification.Remember your responsible for your research and my work is not the final
Please help by notifying me of any clues or known information.
However, all verified lines have records or other sources. Thanks!

Yosef's Coat
A list of my fast connections of other family trees
robert gary kennerley James Kinley John Conrad Kennerly
Frank Kennerley
John Kenley
William & Alice
Johnis Kennerley Edward Kenorly Kinley African American
Luther Kennerly Sir James kennerly Samuel Kennerley
Jacob A Kennerly John Selwyn kennerly Everton Kennerly
Henry kennerly Raufe Kennerley Owen kenerley
Everton kennerly George Kenerley James kennerley
John Kennerley Lancashire Sam Kenerly Tennessee Hilliard kennerly South Carolina
name Willie West Kennerly China Ezra Kennerley Lancashire
name name Peter kennerley Church Hulme
Charles Kennerley Church Hulme name New Zealand Kennerly
Joshua Kennerley Ohio Melvin Lennon kenerley Georgia John Kennerley Church Hulme
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