Did a DNA test and was surprised to find out I don’t have any Native American even though my maternal great grandmother was Cherokee. My guess is GGP married twice, given so many did back in the day due to illness & death. Also surprised I had 16% Scandinavian, although the Vikings did get around.
The report also shows how the family tree migrated from Europe to and across America from 1700 on. Over 1,000 1st-4th cousins have evidently taken the DNA test. Over the next year, I plan to investigate and build the family tree as something for my kids and grandchildren to have a bit of personal history.
Have any of you done the test and found surprises as well? Anyone do multiple kinds and find one better than another?
As beach vacation destinations go, Vietnam perhaps isn’t the obvious choice. However, the country’s beaches are beautiful enough to rival those of the more famous Thailand resorts, and there are plenty that haven’t yet been spoiled by high-rise resorts and… Đọc tiếp
(EN/ FR) Still I remember some of the strong and beautiful women I met in Donetsk during my 18 months working and living in that rebellious city. I used to go for lunch to a simple “stalovaya” (canteen) where was… Đọc tiếp
Great chat last night catching up with friends at our 50th HS reunion reception after the school football game. Reunion dinner tonight. Downside is have to hurry home Monday to prep for the Hurricane. Comments comments
Bristol music people. This whole St Philips Gate mystery-venue-that-has-to-keep-moving-its-gigs-to-other-venues thing has been troubling me. So I did what all good troubled people should do and went out and paced every yard of the St Philips and Feeder Road area to… Đọc tiếp
Back to 1996. These kids on the telly today don’t know they’re born. (Heck, I was never that thin! Must be the lighting!) Comments comments