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DNA to separate family lines
Posted by: howard sachs (ID *****4165) Date: November 30, 2004 at 10:31:40
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My understanding is that many Creightons would be in the line going back to Crichton Castle in Scotland (descendants however often or generally lived in Northern Ireland). I also understand that many people, including the Nebraska College Creightons, adopted the name much later. DNA testing, such as that sponsored by Family Tree DNA, would be a great way to trace the male line in this family. HFS

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