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Re: DNA is Slowly Telling the Tale
Posted by: Donna Jean Tudor Wilson (ID *****1454) Date: November 05, 2010 at 17:22:16
In Reply to: Re: DNA is Slowly Telling the Tale by Robert Tedder of 1059

Right Henry and Robert were brothers, they were about 13 years apart in age. Henry 1720, Henry 1741, Henry 1763, Rebecca1786. Henry 1720,Robert 1754,Landon P. 1780, Landon would be 6 years older than Rebecca if I did my math right very confusing. You might contact Bim to see what his proff is. Question, if the male dna testing is from male to male and my father was to take the test and it was to show him related to Henry Tuder 1720 wouldn't that mean there had to be a male Tudor married to Rebecca, I don't really understand this dna testing all the way back to past generation. Donna


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