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Nancy Mann (c1780-1841), German or Irish, 52 Ancestors #33

Nancy Mann was the second wife of Henry Bolton.  Henry was born about 1759 in England and married Catherine Chapman in August of 1786 in Philadelphia.  3,008 more words

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What Am I Made Of? My Haplogroup Results.

I started genetic genealogy testing back in 2012 with National Geographic Genographic Project’s first phase of testing. The Genographic Project began as a 5-year project to study human migration by analyzing genetic mutations passed on the direct maternal or paternal line.   417 more words

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Samuel Estwell H. Bolton (1894-1918), WWI Casualty, 52 Ancestors #32

This article is about only one chapter in the lives of my great-grandparents, Joseph “Dode” Bolton (1853-1920) and his wife, Margaret Claxton (Clarkson) Bolton (1851-1920.)  That chapter is the life, and death, of their son, Samuel Estwell H. 4,810 more words

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UK government uses deceptive language in new bill to legalize genetically engineered 'designer' babies

by: J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) The British government has been accused of misleading its people in refusing to acknowledge that babies born through a new controversial in vitro fertilization (IVF) technique will actually be “genetically modified.” 653 more words


10 Zombies of the Insect World

According to reliable sources, the zombie apocalypse is fast approaching. But, just like with so many other things, Mother Nature is already two steps ahead of us when it comes to zombies. 2,175 more words


Grandma's FGS results

It pains me to say grandma isn’t doing very well right now.  She will likely pass soon.

The Mystery Of Sarah J. Taylor