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Earliest family tree documented?
Posted by: Ceileste Gorden (ID *****5268) Date: October 06, 2012 at 17:05:11
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I was trying to get my husband involved or at least act a little interested in my research of our family trees. He had asked me a good question. "Just how far back does a family tree go? "Way far back" I replied. "I bet you can get one on George Washington" he says. So I immediately said GenForum will know something. So does anyone know how far back is the earliest family tree documented?


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