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- An Historic Event, 52 Ancestors DNA confirmed. First published 5th Nov 2016.
52Ancestors (in time…):
- Meet Catherine Britton, thanks to the X chromosome. First published 4th April 2017.
- Stephen Cassidy or Captain Rock? First published 8th November 2017.
- The mysterious Mr Courtenay? First published 5th January 2018.
- Which Noll is it? First published 10th January 2018.
- The Cassidy Matriarch – Mary Sweeney. First published 22nd January 2018.
- Edward Roberts – Born in India or England? Fact or fancy? First published 17 November 2018.
- Reuniting the Britton family – our ‘unnamed’ Britton Patriarch. First published 25 June 2020.
- John Coat – The South Australian Immigrant. First published 7 July 2020.
- How is Thomas Paice of Kingsclere related to Silas Cole, the convict? First published 1 March 2021.
- Establishing the origins of my Sweeney family. John Sweeney of Rathclooney. First published 17 Sep 2021.
- Finally, I Think I’m a MacNamara! First published 9 Dec 2021.
- What is the family name – Roberts, Baker or Dye? First published 11 Dec 2022.
- How a 6cMs match helped confirmed where my Roberts family spent their early years in Queensland First published 8 Mar 2023.
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