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NEW FEATURES (01.25.13)

  • NEW - History and tour of the town of Borculo in the Netherlands has been re-configured via youtube - VIEW
  • New Image - " 't Kasteel te Borkelo - 1743" from an engraving c. 1746 - View
  • NEW - Bartlow Family Reunion 2013. See reunion section for the details or this FLYER
  • New Image - Hand decorated original map from 1860 of the area of Borculo, Geesteren and the Lubberdink farm - Views
  • NEW - Interesting piece about Het Hof Borculo by Ilse DeLange Fanmeet and their adventure to find the Castle Borculo - Video
  • Written Histories regarding different events from the families past
  • Burklow family Pictures
  • Sphar Thomas Burklow, Sr. - Autobiography (eastern Kentucky location) Read
  • Comprehensive piece from Rocky Bartlow covering the life of William Henry Harrison Bartlow -PDF Version READ Or Test Only Version - READ
  • If you have an item(s) you would like to post here or would like web space under this domain - Contact Me
  • Aerial View (from Google Earth®) of the Lubberdinck farm
  • Check for or send us reunion information - HERE
  • There is now a Group on FaceBook - LINK or search on FB under "Barricklow"
Global DNA Project!!!
( Surnames In This Project Barklow, Barkuloo, Barricklow, Bartlow, Burcalow, Burklow )

BARTLOW, BARKULOO, BURCALOW, BARKALOW, BARRICKLOW AND LUBBERDINCK are some of the common spellings of surnames used in historical records of this Van Borcolo family.

The DNA project is researching the following families. William Janse van Borcelo and Harman Janse van Borculo, who emigrated to New Amsterdam from Geesteren, municipality of Borculo, Gelderland, the Netherlands in 1657 and 1662 respectively. Lubberdink, the name of the family homestead in the Netherlands, is the surname taken by most of the siblings who remained in the Netherlands.

If your surname is one of those listed or sounds similar, please join our surname group DNA project to increase your chance of matching with presorted persons with same or similar surnames. Participants of the Genographic Project with related surnames are welcome to join the Bartlow Project.

Requirements - Link to Project

Group Project Administrator - E-Mail

  This looks like a great opportunity to really connect the dots. I see the potential here to re-shape some family "Theories" into facts... or "myths". I see this as something I will be doing in the future as DNA testing evolves. I see this as a very interesting addition to our family research.  
  Sphar Thomas Burklow, Jr  
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