Wow! That seems unusual. I always thought Feerar was an Italian name. Plus, it's news to me that any Ferree's changed their names to put an 'r' at the end. My family was in Salona in the early 1800's. Can you answer a couple questions?
Where did your family end up geographically? What DNA service did you use? Either we are 1) on to something interesting, or 2) they mixed up the DNA.
How long ago does it show the Ferree association? Is it possible that the common ancestry with Ferree's was centuries ago rather than 7 or 8 generations?
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