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Re: Brindley DNA Breakthrough!
Posted by: Richard Brindley (ID *****9394) Date: June 20, 2006 at 10:02:00
In Reply to: Brindley DNA Breakthrough! by Richard Brindley of 608

Just to correct this message: in fact I was mislead by an enthusiastic contact who got me mixed up with sombody else. The true facts are that my DNA haplotype is R1b, which is essentially Celtic/Germanic. Some 40% of the European population are descended from a tribal headman nicknamed "the Patriarch." So far, apart from people called Brindley, I have found one genetic cousin living in the USA called Mike Moody. Our common male ancestor lived in the period before surnames became fashionable.ie. before the 13th century. Gordon Brindley.


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