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"Yes to all your questions but nothing is cast in stone. DNA sometimes shifts in diff…"

Paul Caverly replied Jun 1, 2015 to Genetic Distance

2 Jun 1, 2015
Reply by Douglas Clare Purcell

"Not and unusual problem. Levi may have been born in CT but this does not mean his fa…"

Paul Caverly replied Jan 16, 2013 to I have a brick wall that maybe someone can help me with - Levi Curtiss

9 Jan 26, 2013
Reply by Marylin Curtiss DeYoung

"You should read the new book DNA USA by Bryan Sykes."

Paul Caverly replied Aug 2, 2012 to Native Ancestry ?

6 Apr 21, 2013
Reply by Clydene Williams Cannon

"ame: Francis G Huskey Home in 1930: Birmingham, Jefferson, AlabamaView Map Age: 1…"

Paul Caverly replied May 9, 2011 to Davis and Beck surnames in Sand Mountain Ala.

2 May 10, 2011
Reply by Randy Lee Huskey

"Check out the  New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)."

Paul Caverly replied Mar 27, 2011 to John Badger lived in Palmyra, Maine.

1 Mar 27, 2011
Reply by Paul Caverly

"You obviously have done a good amount of research on Rose. Question I would ask myse…"

Paul Caverly replied Mar 27, 2011 to looking for some direction

9 Apr 1, 2011
Reply by Norman Dagen

"No relationship."

Paul Caverly replied Mar 26, 2011 to Lockamy

5 Mar 26, 2011
Reply by Paul Caverly

"As you have found there is a limitation in accessing information preiour to 1851. Po…"

Paul Caverly replied Mar 26, 2011 to Thomas French/Agnes Dinwoodie

3 Mar 26, 2011
Reply by Paul Caverly

"No luck in the 1870 NC census for any of those names. There is a Lockemy family in t…"

Paul Caverly replied Feb 16, 2011 to Lockamy

5 Mar 26, 2011
Reply by Paul Caverly

"Canadian census records did not start until 1851. Some provinces also started B/M/D…"

Paul Caverly replied Feb 11, 2011 to Thomas French/Agnes Dinwoodie

3 Mar 26, 2011
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