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April, 2006

Neff Surname DNA Study launched.

November, 2004

A1 Line updated.
A2 Line updated.
D Line updated -- this is a major revision.

A most exciting development!!!  Rev. John Murray, one of the best known Neff researchers, who developed the Murray alpha-numeric numbering system used exclusively in Neff genealogy research, is writing an update to his 1991 booklet Neff Families and their Descendants in the 1700s AND 1800s.  Each Neff line, profiled separately, will be published here on our Web site as it becomes available.  Currently available: A1, A2, B, C, D, E1, E2, F, H, I, L, M, Q, S, and W lines.

The WebMaster's ISP has changed; the new email address is: nfgenealogy@optonline.net .

April, 2002

E1-Line and E2-Line:  Additional updates of Rev. John Murray's work on the early Neff lines in America.  In: Neff Lines in the USA
New address for Neff Family Historical Society and Neff News

Neff Family Historical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 6664
Harrisburg, PA 17112-6664 USA

April, 2000

A substantial, major update of Rev. John Murray's work on the early Neff lines in America.  A valuable resource for every Neff researcher!  In: Neff Lines in the USA
Genetic Diseases in Neff lines.  A place for exchanging information.
More new queries, added to the page from March.