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Re: DNA numbers somewhat rare?
Posted by: john brown (ID *****5763) Date: February 25, 2013 at 11:59:26
In Reply to: Re: DNA numbers somewhat rare? by Robert Stafford of 4709

Yes, my Brown is SO common that if anyone tried to put an "e" on the end of it we would probably sue them!!!

Since I asked this question on DNA last week I have been notified of another match with a man with the same last name as the first two men!!!

Must have been hundreeds of years back...

THANKS again for helping a LAYMAN'S layman try to get a little farther back in time!

BROWN,john thomas


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