Re: An idea

From: Shirley Wilcox <>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 08:05:08 -0500

I too don't see a meed for a special account. We are not talking about
very much money. If there is some left over it could be put aside for
the next time we find someone we want to test.

Post your address and I will send a $10 check.


On 11/28/2011 2:09 AM, Don Cooley wrote:
> Michael
> I see no reason to set up a bank account. Certainly I trust you to collect
> the money and then pay whatever needs to be paid. We can send you a check
> or cash very easy - just let us know. If you collect a little too much keep
> it for your own for setting up this list and all the work you do.
> An accounting might be appreciated by some but not necessary as far as I am
> concerned.
> Don
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Cooley []
> Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2011 9:04 PM
> To: John Cooley Mailing List
> Subject: Re: An idea
> Great response, guys! Okay, I'll try to get something set up by next
> weekend--if not through an online service, then just a regular account
> through my bank.
> Keep an eye open for an eligible Abraham descendant. I'll post to genforum
> sometime this week and let the CFAA know what we're doing in case they know
> or hear from anyone.
> -Michael
>> I'd be happy to contribute.
>> ________________________________
>> From: Michael Cooley<>
>> To: John Cooley Mailing List<>
>> Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2011 6:00 PM
>> Subject: An idea
>> I think most of us agree that a yDNA test on a descendant of Abraham
>> Cooley, who also lived in Surry co NC, would be useful. If he's a
>> match to the Stokes county Cooleys our research would pretty much be
> turned on end.
>> (For example, could some of the sons now assigned to John be assigned
>> instead to Abraham? And a match would tell us that Abraham and John
>> were brothers. Abraham's generally-accepted roots in England would be
>> yet another piece of evidence for John's possible English origins.) If
>> there is no match, then we would know, and our collective mind would
>> be settled on the issue.
>> There are about 40 people currently subscribed to the list. If each of
>> us contributed $5 we'd have more than enough to pay for a test. But
>> probably fewer than half that number have posted to the list, and I
>> can't be sure that they are not the only people reading it. But $10
>> from fifteen of us would pretty much get us there. I can probably
>> manage an notice for a "donor" in the next issue of the Cooley
>> Communique and would be happy to post to the Cooley Forum at genforum--and
> stay on top of it.
>> I'd be happy to set up an account for the purpose if enough people
>> think it's a good idea.
>> Let me know.
>> -Michael
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