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From: "Ned Jimmerson" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Famous/Infamous relations
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 21:39:56 -0500
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From: "AJ Levin" <>
Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2008 9:10 PM
Subject: [DNA] Famous/Infamous relations
> Hello again,
> I haven't found a solid link to Standish yet but he was certainly one of
> the New England patriarchs.
> I have plenty of peasant lines whose paper trails end abruptly in the
> nineteenth and eighteenth centuries. The ability to find famous relatives
> is probably an effect of better record-keeping among the wealthy. I also
> suspect the famous have had more descendants over time thanks to greater
> wealth and prestige, better nutrition, etc. I am sure everyone has in
> their blood royalty and saints and murderers!
> A. J.
>> Hi; just curious. how is it that the Genealogy of all of
>> these headliners
>> can be traced without their involvement apparently. while
>> those of us of
>> peasant heritage can spend decades trying to find Our
>> Paternal 4x
>> Greatgrandfather? or have I answered red my own Question?
>> Enjoy the Day
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Hi; Yes if i look at My more upper crust grGrandmother I am deceended from
every person of nobility from Euope including the Frankish Kings. thats
interesting but doesn't help find My peasant stone cutter Scots 6x great
Grand father. enjoy the Day, Ned.
"No Matter Where You go, there You are."
A bumper sticker, on the back of a filthg VW, Vanag on, seen at the
intersection of Lin
Union, ca 1975.