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From: Pat Oliver <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Jewish Genealogy Family Finder, Grahams and Stewarts
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 17:26:29 -0600
>Does the book claim that he has tested J? Until it does, we should treat
>this as overactive imagination and look at the real results of the Stewarts
>who have been genetically tested. Has anyone seen a J S tewart? I'm willing
>to believe that one exists, I just haven't seen one. I have seen many R1bs.
>Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 1:25 PM
>Subject: [DNA] Jewish Genealogy Family Finder, Grahams and Stewarts
> There is a book called "The Forgotten Monarchy of Scotland" by HRH
>Michael Stewart (the current claimant), which has both the immigration to
>Scotland by the Scotti from Egypt/Spain story and the Judaic ancestry
>sure you can get it on Amazon. I bought mine in Scotland two years ago.
> To check out Jewish genealogy and surnames being searched for just go to
>There will be a set of options. You should click on Jewish Family Finder,
>where you can enter a surname and locate other researchers who are seeking
>surname. Then just hit Search and a list of persons and their e-mails will
>up. Hope this is helpful! Beth
>PS If anyone finds out anything about the 'Dalriadic Celts may have been
>Jewish Converts' idea or the proposed dates of their migration to Scotland,
>let me know!
As I get older, my memory gets shorter, but I seem to recall that
this general topic or something mighty like it was discussed here at
great length last year and the debate gradually evolved into a
free-for-all regarding, among other things, PA Dutch, cemetery
stones, hidden ancestry, Appalachian history and Melungeons. Maybe
this time around it won't revisit these topics.