1344Re: William Ridge and Fanny Thomas
- Apr 7 4:22 AMWhat genelogy blood test did you use? I have taken the "swab" test, but not the blood test and I am very interested in doing this since I discovered that I hav relatives who are from St. Helena.
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> I got a genealogy blood test done. I am 85% European and around 15% East Asian. The latter is defined as containing China, Japan, Korea and the Pacific Islands. It takes more than 30% genetic heritage to have a physical effect, hence, I look Caucasian. I reckon the East Asian element is from Fanny (Frances) Slater. Funnily enough my name is Francis and I am male.
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> Subject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] William Ridge and Fanny Thomas
> I have been following with great interest the discussion on William Ridge and Fanny Thomas. I am also a descendant of William and Fanny, my 2x great grandmother was a daughter of William and Fanny.
> My 2x greatgrand mother is Grace Ridge born in 1814.
> Grace married Michael Minton and arrived in Australia late 1849.
> The list of siblings I have uncovered so far is as follows.
> Mary Ann Ridge b. 1813
> Grace Ridge b. 1814
> Elizabeth Ridge b. 1816
> William Ridge b. 1817
> Louisa Ridge b.1819
> Frances Ridge b. 1821
> Caroline Ridge b. 1822
> There may be more, as with all family history this is a work in progress.
> Thank you to members of the list who have provided information on William and Fanny, if anyone knows what happened to them ,has information on other family members or can send me in the right direct I would love to hear from you to compare or exchange information. I am happy to share what information I have on Grace and her family here in Australia.
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