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From: "MLS" <>
Subject: RE: Most recent common ancestors
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 22:23:15 +0100
Ok, but you made a "loop" on my previous assert: It is most possible
that today Queens or King or simple nobles have some commoner ancestors
in there tree .... instead of the opposite!
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2006 10:07 PM
Subject: Re: Most recent common ancestors
In a message dated 1/16/06 1:04:50 PM Pacific Standard Time,
<< As I already wrote, some possibility of inter-class marriages exist.
But, I'm sorry, I can't see in the History so many example like this...
It's not a *possibility*, is a quite frequent event.
So frequent in fact, that most lines, taken in one direction, peter-out
We *just* had an example posted where Queen Elizabeth herself has this
problem in a very short time period. She had commoner ancestors as well
ones. How do you explain this?
Choose any royal person you like and look at their ancestors 6
generations before. I'd say in the majority of cases, at least one was
a commoner. Or
at best, has a suspicious and probably spurious link backward.
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