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    1  Re: L3e5 and African Americans - lisa brown
    I've been told that L3e5 mtdna migrated towards Sahel and it makes sense that they would find them a..

    2  Re: L3e5 and African Americans - Raouf
    Waw, I'm North African, Algerian precisely, and I also have the L3e5 maternal haplogroup :o..

    3  Re: "Freetown" in Brunswick Co., VA in 1810 - Michael Nicholls
    I have a hunch that the origin of Freetown was comprised of individuals freed by Mary and Benjamin J..

    4  Re: GRANGER family of South LA to TX - granger
    i saw your message about Valery Granger: married in Carencro to marie frozine white. Please note the..

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