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Posted by: Barrie Blake (ID *****4997) Date: June 13, 2010 at 18:09:03
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The 'Blake Family DNA Project' was formed to study the results of DNA tests on members of the Blake family; and a number of distinct Blake family lines have emerged thus far in the study.

If you have encountered a brickwall in your Blake research you may find membership of the 'Blake Family DNA Project' helpful. This study now includes members who can trace their ancestry back to several areas in the present day United Kingdom and Ireland

This is a serious study; and a significant discovery has already been made in connection with Theophilus Blake who was born in New Hampshire, U.S.A., on 20th February, 1722.

Accordingly, you are invited to view details relating to this project at: -

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