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From: "John Ozment" <>
Subject: [DNA] Mini-bios
Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2007 08:12:41 -0700
As the topics of Alexander Hamilton and St. Paul had arisen,
in connection with their DNA, I thought that citing some online
references might actually help straighten out details of their
Both persons were in the historical period (the genealogical
period), not in prehistory.
But, much of what is discussed on the List iinvolves prehistory.
As such, ANTHROGENEALOGY-DNA would actually seem to
be a more appropriate venue than GENEALOGY-DNA.
I personally don't care or have a preference. It's all good, all
interesting. But, if we are to get picky, then consider the foregoing.
Much discussion in prehistory is highly speculative in nature
(which is fine), but not actually genealogical or documentable.
I am curious about our Wolf line. As it is from early Mississippi,
and otherwise off the radar (off the census, etc.), could it, too,
be Choctaw -- or just so in the female line?
I need to enlist a relative to test for it. Wish me luck.
If Q3 Choctaw, this would help me work around my brick wall
of traditional research as well.
This topic seems more appropriate for a thread on "Early Christianity" than
"Genealogy-DNA." I don't think we have the slightest clue yet on the DNA of
James' (the brother of Jesus) antagonist Paul.
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