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Re: Langley DNA
Posted by: Jerri Howard (ID *****9521) Date: October 21, 2008 at 18:23:34
In Reply to: Re: Langley DNA by Kenneth Langley of 2592

Kenneth, I mailed my cousins DNA samples this week. Hopefully we will find out who we decend from soon.

Some researchers have that my William P. Langley is the son of John Langley, Rev. War Soldier, b 1760 James River, VA, died 1834 Maury Co., TN. They say that John was an Indian, his name is TELL-MAC-ITUS. I would love to know where they found this information. Apparently they have taken the information I have posted about my William P. Langely living in Lancaster/Kershaw Co., SC and have assumed that he is the son of John Langley. I want to find some proof or documented record to prove this. I wish that someone from this John Langley's line would have their DNA done. Jerri

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