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Hi from Aussieland/Australia

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It's great to be here first and foremost.

I really adore history in all its plentiful forms.
Other than the above, I really dig music and movies.

Movie genres like are mostly, Horror, Science Fiction, Romance and Drama
Music is Rnb, hip-hop, heavy metal, pop, Asian pop.

Since this is a family history site, I might as well give some background on my ancestors/ancestry

I have heritage from Thailand, England, America, Canada, Spain, Portugal, India,
Sweden, Norway and Germany among others.

I am the only one who has done a dna test to proof this unfortunately...
No one in my family line has conducted it, besides myself.

Their loss I guess...

Nice to meet you all and let the historic fun begin!

Edward

P.S. I am also a twin.
 

DaveHam9

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Hello Edward and welcome to the Forum.

Normally, I'd say have a look around the forum but you've done that already.

Good luck with further research.

Dave
 

p.risboy

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Welcome to FHUK Edward.:)

The DNA thing is always up for debate. I would think that those of European nature would have very similar resutls as you. The exception would possibly be native American, which you've included in you list of origins.

Good luck, and good hunting.

Steve.:)
 

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