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Old 17th January 2015, 08:54 PM
IrishJersey IrishJersey is offline
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Welcome Connie

I had Nat Geo 2.0 & STR-111 completed on the Y-side along with a basic test on the X-side of the chain.

I haven't tried the FF since I know everyone on both sides of my line for 6 generations.

We are all mutts at some point back in time.

Best of luck on your search.
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Old 17th January 2015, 09:07 PM
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I had Nat Geo 2.0 & STR-111 completed on the Y-side along with a basic test on the X-side of the chain.

I haven't tried the FF since I know everyone on both sides of my line for 6 generations.

We are all mutts at some point back in time.

Best of luck on your search.
So you know all the descendants of 64 of your gggg-grandparents?

Congratulations!

W.

P.S.
Although we know our ancestors that far back, we do not know all of their descendants. Not even close... Especially when a second marriage was involved.
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Old 18th January 2015, 07:41 PM
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I wish I could take credit

My grandfather and grandmother where into genealogy & kept good records (except where their grandparents came from in Ireland).

And naturally there is a brick wall of no records prior to 1800.

No divorces on my line that far back, but everyone had 8 to 12 kids and everyone is named James, John, Mary, Bridget, sometimes due to early childhood death they name the next kid with the same first name.
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