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Monday, July 31, 2017

She thought she was Irish — until a DNA test opened a 100-year-old mystery | The Washington Post

I found this story through my mom and I was fascinated by it! As I've been a genealogist for about 18 years and I am definitely the open-minded sort when it comes to what "the truth" might hold about our past relatives. Yet, I'll agree that some people do take DNA tests thinking that all they know will never change ... and for some that may be true ... but to do the DNA tests you need to have an open mind.

So here is Libby Copeland's Washington Post article called, "WHO WAS SHE? A DNA TEST ONLY OPENED NEW MYSTERIES." ::



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