I recently received notification that The Genetic Genealogist has been rated a 9.0 at Blogged:
What is Blogged? From the website:
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Congratulations to The Genetic Genealogist!
I’ll have to agree with Blogged.com’s opinion, and not just because they’ve also rated 100 Years in America a 9.0 and Small-leaved Shamrock an 8.8.
Keep the good information coming, Blaine. I (and many others) are learning from your instruction.
Lisa’s last blog post..Historical Yugoslav maps, oh my!
I would be interested to know if you can help me
out with my dilema….I was taken from an orphanage in Zurich, Switzerland when I was two
months old.I have no legal adoption papers,no real
birth certificate or medical records,but my real
name is scarified on my forehead….Tarsa Isabella
Hearris amongst other designs,symbols,letters I
have found.The designs resemble those of north
africa.There must be a birth certificate somewhere from 1959…I am also interested in genetic testing and am wondering where to get the most accurate test.There must be a lineage somewhere of someone that knows something.I may
have long lost relatives in search of me.Thank-you
for your kind assistance in this matter.
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