I noticed that too. My 5% Native American dropped to 1.5% and from 0%, I have 5.3% Central American. Irish is still at the top. It's obvious they use agnphllps
I recently uploaded my dna to myheritage. It was quite different than my ancestry DNA results. My sons was extremely different. On Jul 22, 2017 9:00 PM,luv4koos
I don't think there is a Sharp DNA group at ancestry. There is one at Family Tree DNA. That is the I mentioned where you have to pay $19 to transfer you DNA.gnphllps
John J married Elizabeth Andrews 3/28/1820. He had 14 children b in Marion Co, AL and Lafayette Co MS. The names of the children were Edward Grey, Jane, Mary, John A, William Wood, Ezekial A, Sarah Elizabeth, Lousinda T, Elender, Jacob R, Charlotte, James N, Elija Perry, and Elisha A. This list will be to provided the fastest method of informing the descendants of John of any new developments in the research of his parents and siblings.
The photo to the right is his tombstone at the Webb Cemetery near Potlockney MS.
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