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Hawkins YDNA test
Posted by: James Hawkins (ID *****3077) Date: May 27, 2006 at 11:16:46
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I am researching the Hawkins / Foglemans and their allied families specifically for my direct ancestors.
I have taken my YDNA, and have joined the Hawkins Worldwide DNA Project .To see my test results for our Hawkins Family go to web address below.
http// <http// \ 51086>
I would like to encourage any member of this family to join the Hawkins Worldwide DNA Project to get a more accurate reading and hopefully help our Hawkins Families tie together.
After you go on the Hawkins Worldwide DNA Project web site, go to Group #10, this is our Hawkins Family Group, showing Family Trees, pictures, and YDNA test results.
The Hawkins Worldwide DNA Project, along with Hawkins Group #10, and myself need you or any male Hawkins relative of our Hawkins Family to participate in the Worldwide DNA Hawkins Project.
YDNA test along with paper records will provide proof of our Hawkins Family ties, not only for ourselves at the present time, but for the future Hawkins researchers.
If you are a male Hawkins, you can become a member of the project. To apply for admission to the project go to the HAWKINS Project. <http//>
Ladies - The results of a Hawkins father, brother, uncle, or cousin would effectively be your results. Talk to them about participating in our program.

Two of my web sites are listed below.
http// <>


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