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Re: ROSE, Tartius in Smithfield 1815-1877
Posted by: Miriam Hughes (ID *****0898) Date: August 23, 2004 at 22:06:32
In Reply to: Re: ROSE, Tartius in Smithfield 1815-1877 by Charles McCabe of 903

Thank you for checking that out for me. I don't think Tartius had any children. If he had, I believe his descendants would test to have been of Native American male Y. Have you found anyone to do your Rose DNA? Very large project-over 200 men have taken part. Very strange result which at this time it seems that Edward Rose born 1664-66 Marshfield Plymouth Colony was Native American. Does not make sense from what we understood with the relationship of Natives and early persons from England. I have my Mayflower membership through Edward's wife.

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