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Re: Branch DNA
Posted by: Maurice Branch (ID *****7728) Date: June 25, 2010 at 12:35:08
In Reply to: Branch DNA by Shirley Fleming of 2142

I am a Branch living in England of white Caribbean parentage. I have been in correspondance with Shirley and have just completed a DNA test. Am awaiting results. She is so right. The more I research our family the more I find isolated groups of us spread all over the country. The American lot seem to be a lot more cohesive, although I have not yet seen any convincing evidence that the 2 17th century immigrants, Christopher 1 and Peter/John were related. maybe that explains the 2 hapo thingies.

The more people who test, the closer we will get to the truth and each other.


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