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Offline bridgetthamrick (OP)

OK everyone, a solution to unlock our geneology.
« on: February 10, 2009, 04:49:23 PM »

Through this website, you can order a mouth swab send in some of your DNA and they will tell you where you are from.. My god, why didn't i think of that..
As some of you know, I am going to Ireland March 19 for two weeks for my birthday.
I will find out once and for all if I have Irish blood.
If not, at least I will get some good pictures of castles.. Did you guys and dolls know that we could be Norman descendants of the Vikings? 

i found an interesting website, and will find the link and post later.. google it lol.. Hamrick/norman viking ..

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Re: OK everyone, a solution to unlock our geneology.
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2009, 07:13:06 AM »
Bridgett. I think that it is wonderful that you get to travel to Ireland......So much to see over there.

              I would like to travel to Denmark and Sweden one day to see some of my relatives on my
       Father's side. I just found out last year that my Grandmother spelled our last name wrong. She
       spelled it the Swedish way instead of the Danish way......She spelled it Christenson, when it should
        have been spelled Christensen.........Too late now, but rather interesting to know.
       To go back in time, I am sure that my family were Viking's........On my  Father's side....Don't know
       much about my Mother's side.
       I don't get much time on the computer anymore, so I hope that you enjoyed your trip to Ireland........

                                                           Nothing like looking for our Roots...G-Ma Kay