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Re: GEORGE Family DNA Testing
Posted by: W. Peyton George (ID *****3246) Date: April 08, 2005 at 15:33:34
In Reply to: GEORGE Family DNA Testing by Monte George of 6517

Monte, the DNA Lab says my George line is European, and they have a match, a long way back, with a different surname, perhaps before there were surnames.I talked to the person with the match in her line, the surname being Bonner. Her grandfather was John P. Bonner who died in 1931 in PA, and his father was Michael Bonner born about 1870. The Bonner family came from Ireland about 1860. peyton@newcapitolsolutions.com


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