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Posted by: W Wayne Rogers Date: November 01, 2001 at 05:37:40
In Reply to: Re: TOLLIVER - NC/VA/KY/TN/WV by NancyS of 805

One of the debunkers of Kennedy found the word Melungeon was Portuguese for "White" dating to Iberian times when everyone wanted to avoid being Moorish.

Please let me know what the DNA shows. Mine is incomplete because Oxford Ancestors could not place me in any of their identified groups.


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