The Worldwide ROLL DNA Project

  
 








        
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It is roughly estimated there were approximately 100 billion people born to this earth since the beginning of human origin.

The ROLL DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA.com is coordinated by Audrey (SHIELDS) HANCOCK, and she has a homepage1 and homepage2. - Description: ROLL-RALL, etc. Y-DNA Project for the surnames: KROLL, MANGEL, MANGLE, RAL, RAAL, RALL, RAUL, RAWL, RAWLE, ROE, ROHL, ROHLL, ROL, ROLE, ROLLE, RÖL (ROEL), RÖLL (ROELL), ROLL, de ROLL, von ROLL, ROLO, ROLLO, ROLLS, ROLLER, ROU, ROUL, ROWE, ROWL, etc. We will be testing the male line of every group in hopes of connecting the ones who have been unable to find the necessary documents to further their genealogical research of their line. DNA matches will signify that participants have a common ancestor somewhere back in time even when there is a different spelling of the surname, and thus are related in some way. Then they can compare information to see if the common ancestor can be determined.
NOTE: Always e-mail Audrey HANCOCK or Mitch ROLL before you order a test kit, as your ROLL family line may have already been tested, and your DNA test would be redundant! Audrey writes, "Each branch can be unique. In one of the groups I administer, brothers discovered that they are not of the same DNA line...and of course, were surprised, so in reality it is necessary to have each branch and each brother tested. Another instance, one brother's marker had mutated, so was not the same as his brother, but they were still biological DNA brothers. And, actually you do need brothers to validate each other as the true DNA line for their particular branch. It is important for each twig and branch to have a representative for their line to validate their own connection. With the 8 groups I moderate, several have been surprised that they were not a true descendant. I felt sorry of one guy in his late 60s who had spent a lifetime collecting all the data on the family line...only to learn that somewhere in the family there must have been an illegitimacy which included him or his line. He is now busy having some cousins tested...so in life, we can never be sure. Adoptions became family secrets as well as illegitimacy or aliases. People just didn't talk. Today is a different story for most families...illegitimacies are accepted, and adoptions are more open. Although this isn't a paternity test, it does validate family DNA connections. We need to get many participants."


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As the testing database grows, we will list, on this web page, which ROLL family lines are related!

Table of individuals found in the United States census per each "ROLL" surname:
NOTE: The 1890 census was somehow destroyed, so only the veterans schedule is listed. From one census to the next, a few surnames were spelled differently. It is rumored that one family, upon arriving to the USA, changed their name from KROLL to ROLL. Although von ROLL families emigrated to the USA, no one was listed with that spelling. The totals can be misleading, as the same individual is listed on the census for each year they lived. Also, females are listed with their married name, not their maiden name. See the ROLL Surname Origin web page for more interesting information. ROLL is sometimes pronounced "RALL", like in "DOLL". ROLLE is manytimes pronounced like "RAWLY."

USA Census
ROLL
RALL
ROL
KROLL
MANGEL
MANGLE
RAAL
RAL
RAUL
RAWL
RAWLE
ROE
ROEL
ROELL
ROHL
ROHLL
ROLE
de ROLL
von ROLL
ROLLE
ROLLER
ROLLO
ROLO
ROLLS
ROUL
ROU
ROWE
ROWL
 
1790
3
3
0
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
3
97
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
3
1
0
10
1
0
121
1
1800
5
6
1
4
4
2
0
0
1
4
2
104
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
2
6
2
1
5
0
0
132
0
1810
4
17
1
4
0
1
0
0
1
2
2
200
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
11
7
8
13
0
0
210
0
1820
9
19
0
6
0
6
0
1
2
5
5
221
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
4
24
5
3
25
1
0
311
0
1830
46
23
3
3
1
8
0
0
2
4
13
349
2
2
2
0
7
0
0
8
49
7
1
32
1
0
465
1
1840
52
21
1
11
6
6
0
1
2
2
7
495
1
0
1
0
5
0
0
3
70
15
6
51
1
2
869
1
1850
469
262
3
65
52
67
1
1
54
28
44
3,714
31
9
53
48
88
0
0
47
547
69
9
419
10
0
6,304
23
1860
762
299
35
197
132
73
15
21
70
36
51
5,005
36
5
110
1
113
0
0
83
866
108
45
426
9
22
8,584
11
1870
1,087
563
0
381
193
163
16
21
121
74
86
6,800
72
134
300
0
131
0
0
127
1,498
109
60
573
14
1
10,802
17
1880
1,336
532
29
845
179
110
14
12
97
246
72
8,158
23
113
230
0
83
0
0
179
1,936
199
58
689
23
59
14,697
15
Vet.1890
30
17
0
6
2
4
0
73
8
1
2
158
1
4
5
1
1
0
0
2
29
2
1
17
0
0
341
0
1900
2,081
1,214
79
2,046
335
207
12
68
182
261
346
10,531
153
262
548
9
170
0
0
367
2,777
293
84
672
19
67
20,366
28
1910
2,862
1,652
142
3,231
500
387
29
118
434
315
322
13,029
272
405
813
4
383
1
0
654
4,021
664
145
1,031
81
122
26,605
106
1920
3,318
2,020
168
4,132
642
466
26
52
579
343
416
14,045
394
513
1,047
9
574
3
0
1,243
4,665
851
147
1,154
49
88
29,321
43
1930
2,968
1,567
31
5,031
621
282
1
3
327
197
405
13,865
194
481
705
11
318
0
0
927
4,561
799
143
818
4
5
29,805
23
GRAND
TOTAL
1850-1880 Mortality
32
13
0
10
6
6
0
0
2
5
6
139
6
1
2
0
3
0
0
5
28
3
1
17
1
0
254
2
TOTALS:
15,064
8,228
493
15,974
2,673
1,790
114
371
1,882
1,523
1,782
76,910
1,187
1,929
3,816
83
1,886
4
0
3,652
21,091
3,134
712
5,952
214
366
149,187
271
320,288

Using DNA testing, the map below shows how two ROLL lines arrived in Europe. The "Adam" area is where virtually all humans originated. Researchers have grouped each clan into haplogroups. The J2f1 ROLLs (Adam > F > J2) show up around 1790 in Germany along the Rhine River, near Karlsruhe. The R1b ROLLs (Adam > F > K > P > R > R1) appear in the Netherlands about 1610. Both families are a branch of the F haplogroup going back about 40,000 years.

Listed below is a map detailing the expansion of the human race. It is genetically proven that most of the world is related to one tribe in Africa, which had migrated to the mid-east, then to Kazakhstan, then worldwide, including Europe, Asia, Americas, etc.

 

Humans and Neanderthals shared ancestor, not beds - www.abc.net.au Aug 2012 story in PDF Format.



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