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From: John Cartmell <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] United Empire Loyalist DNA Registry Project
Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2007 21:39:10 +0000 (GMT)
On 06 Jan, David Faux <> wrote:
> What I am proposing is a project to honor Canadian War Veterans. On
> Memorial Day Americans will put flags on the graves of those who did their
> duty and fought for their country. I will join them. My Canadian
> ancestors were veterans who also did their duty right down to modern times
> where both of my parents served in WW2, and my eldest son who was a
> Canadian fighter pilot who served in Bosnia. When I was at Monte Casino
> Italy last year I shed a tear for all who lost their lives. My daughter
> in Korea lives near the UN Cemetery in Busan. It was very moving to be
> among the multi - national force who had made the ultimate sacrifice.
> Their memory has been respectfully honoured. My ancestors and their
> fellow Loyalists will also be honoured.
I have no quibble with any of that. Best wishes with the project.
As you explain it above it's different from that that I perceived originally.
I can still see a potential quibble: it's not really that relevant to strict
genealogy - but that's your problem. If it's not using mis-science to promote
myths then I withdraw all my complaints, and thanks for taking the time to
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