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My DNA Breakthrough and Looking for a Needle in a Haystack

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The Chiddicks Family Tree

For those of you that follow me online, you will have no doubt seen the post I made on Father’s Day, about the amazing DNA breakthrough that I made on my Family Tree, to say that I was excited is the biggest understatement of the year!!!

To give you some background, after I started researching my Family Tree, I quickly discovered that one of my Great Grandparents, Marguerite Longland Lukes had an ‘Unknown Father’ and this remained the case for around 20 years.

I left that in the ‘Too difficult to do box’!

Fast forward 20 years.

Like many Genealogist’s, I decided a couple of years ago, to take the plunge and take a DNA test with Ancestry. You can follow this series of earlier blogs here to flow my whole DNA journey.

DNA Part 1

DNA Part 2

DNA Part 3

DNA Part 4

DNA Part 5

What I…

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Written by Jude Cowell

July 28, 2020 at 2:35 am

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