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Re: Pearcy Family Burke County, NC
Posted by: J Friedman (ID *****8598) Date: September 19, 2009 at 03:49:24
In Reply to: Re: Pearcy Family Burke County, NC by Dave Piercy of 678

Hi Dave,

As far as them all being related, Im not so sure. Especially with my Burke lines. I already have a few men who have DNA tested and dont match their surname and match no one. Many in my family have the same names as other people around them but....no connection or relation. Many in my family on record as being born bastards. This lines we know for sure got their mother's surname and father's unk. We have a few proven Indian lines in our family so this may be the resaon that no one in my family seems to be who they say they are on paper. I have stopped paper researching because DNA has proved paper to be wrong. I only have one line in Wilkes right now where our DNA actually matches our paper. Id rather spend my money on the DNA on diffrent lines than ordering paper that all seems to be inaccurate. My Jordan Pearcy/Piercy was said to be born a bastard so I need DNA to solve him.

Thanks
J


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