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Anne Woodward Estes, the Mariner's Widow, 52 Ancestors #16

Anne or Ann Woodward married Robert Estes, a mariner, in St. Nicholas Church in Sholden on December 2, 1591, a Monday. Given when she married and her age when she last bore children, she would have been born around 1573 or so. 1,273 more words


The White Cliffs of Dover

Jim and I discovered when we were booking the DNA journey that the airfare was a pretty big chunk of the cost of the trip. We also like to cruise, and in particular, we love the Mediterranean. 1,169 more words


DNA Trounces A Titanic Fraud

When the Titanic sank in April 1912, the only first class child to perish was 2 year old Loraine Allison; the Allison’s maid, Alice Cleaver had already absconded with baby Trevor, leaving the child’s grief-stricken parents to search the ship for their son, unaware that he was safe in a lifeboat. 284 more words


Ellin Martin (c 1600 – 1649) a Bride in Ringwould, Kent – 52 Ancestors #15

Ellin Martin was born around 1600, possibly in Great Hardres (Hadres,) and was married to Sylvester Eastye November 24, 1625 in the church in Ringwould, Kent. 3,557 more words


Mitochondrial DNA Results from the Big Y Test

Say what? Mitochondrial results from a Y DNA test? You must be kidding? It’s April Fool’s Day, right???

“Not funny,” you say…

Keep reading:)

Felix’s Thought Logs… 962 more words


Mitochondrial – the Maligned DNA

The good news is that the current mitochondrial DNA sale at Family Tree DNA has generated quite a bit of stir and discussion in the genetic genealogy community. 1,023 more words

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March Madness mtDNA Mega Weekend Sale

Family Tree DNA has blown the doors off the pricing of mitochondrial DNA full sequence testing this time – but just for a limited time. This is only a weekend sale and it ends April 1. 367 more words

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