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Ancestry DNA Test Reveals a Controversial and Undiscovered Family History
Date:7/10/2014

. However, the DNA Spectrum test results discovered that his primary linage was Hispanic Spanish. Her son-in-law, James George, was not surprised by his results. He was raised believing he was German and Jewish, which is what his test results confirmed.

Mia Archer had raised her grandson, Benjamin Baldwin, since infancy. Neither Mia nor Benjamin had ever known the identity of his father. Having had to persuade Benjamin to take a genetic test, Mia had thought he was concerned about what the results would reveal in regards to his father’s parentage. Benjamin believed that his father was Puerto Rican or Brazilian. It wasn’t until Benjamin’s results came back that he was able to articulate why he really hadn’t wanted to take the test.

All of his life, Benjamin had doubted that he had genetic ties with Mia; he always wondered if maybe he had been found on a doorstep. This uncertainty had plagued him for years and he could never bring himself to tell his family his worries. When Benjamin’s results were revealed, his lineage markers were North European, Russian, Polish, Brazilian and even Spanish, very similar to his Grandmother’s. Relief overwhelmed him! He had indisputable proof that he really came from the same lineage as his grandmother. Ben finally felt he belonged to his family.

Having such a significant experience with

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