What is my ethnicity and race?

source site If both your biological parents are White (as most Spanish people are White),then your race &ethnicity would be White and Hispanic Hispanics can be of any race or any ethnicity . Hispanics in the U.S. are people of any race or ethnicity that have significant ancestry from a Spanish-speaking country.Most Hispanics in the U.S. are […]

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How do I delete an old ancestry.com account?

source url You can see all that information on a tree you submitted but other people can’t unless you have invited them as a guest to your account. Living people in your tree will be shown as “Living Smith” not “Joseph Smith” to other subscribers. Other subscribers can see those people who are shown as deceased in […]

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What exactly does my DNA results mean ? What do ranges means ?

Ask Ancestry.Com. For this type of testing they use Autosomal along with the X. Most of your DNA is Autosomal. 44 of your 46 chromosomes are Autosomes. You got it 50-50 from both parents but usually not 25% from each of your 4 grandparents. The reason why there usually will be some bias in what […]

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Let me Have Every Name of every cementary in Nederland, Tx?

Here are the cemeteries of Jefferson County. The towns of Jefferson County are very close and someone from Nederland could have been buried in a cemetery in Beaumont or Port Arthur and someone from Beaumont or Port Arthrut could have been buried in Nederland. Find-A- grave is a great website/ It doesn’t have all burials […]

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Is it possible that the name Transom came from an ancient Indian clan?- it is a family legend?

No. Here are some records from familysearch.org; name, collection, event date and place, other data. Elizabeth Transom England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 christening: 10 January 1601, Chartham, Kent, England residence: Kent, England father: John … Justiman Transom England Marriages, 1538–1973 marriage: 25 January 1639, Pluckley, Kent, England spouse: Elizabeth Stone Margret Transom England Marriages, 1538–1973 […]

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Do my mom s dad s cousin s children have any relation to me?

Generation 1: Mom’s Dad & Mom’s Dad’s Cousin (MDC) = 1st cousins Generation 2: Mom and MDC’s children = 2nd cousins Generation 3: You and MDC’s grandchildren = 3rd cousins You and MDC are second cousins once removed through your mom. “Removed” means “generations apart” in cousins. I threw in your future 3rd cousins as […]

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