Sorenson database is helping many tracetheir ancestral lines
i just found out 8-10 wks ago that my grandmother's grandfather was John M.
Higbee of the Mount.Mead.Mass. i'm kinda confused about who i am even if he-i
live 150 years apart. is there any of his temperment-judgement-etc. in me? who
is he and who am i? in the LDS community what am i ? genealogy is interesting,
i've no great attraction to it other than the purpose of ordinance work.
Go back 500 years and all of us of European descent are related to the high king
and anyone else who had descendants.
Awesome then he must be my husband's cousin because he's done his genealogy very
thoroughly and it traces right there. My husband's Irish heritage is that all of
his great-grand-parents emigrated at the same time and the family's never
intermarried with anyone but Irish...(makes for some interesting temperaments
and funny as heck!) Anyway, he's got all their records. So he's 3rd generation
documented. Neat huh?
It's fabulous seeing this incredible science.I'm wondering why the science
is "pick and choose" when it comes to "other" applications.Nice job Garry!
That's a totally cool and great family history story. Most of us have common
ancestors in the "near past" - some 500 years ago or so. It would be great to
link up to other great ancestors. Congrats, Garry!
As people research their genealogy they often find that they are related to past
royalty. It came as a surprise to me to learn that some of my relatives are
part of the Plantagenet. And even more surprised to learn that instead of
marrying cousins to keep the royalty in the family that they married royalty
from other countries! Surprising stuff!