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From: John Carpenter <>
Subject: Fwd: Re: THE LIST
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 08:07:10 -0700 (PDT)
Something that may in future have an interesting
effect on genealogy is cloning using adult tissue.
Last year Dolly was produced from a cell nucleus from
a Finn Dorset sheep, which was substituted for the
nucleus of of an egg from a Poll Dorset and implanted
in a Scottish blackface ewe's uterus. Dolly is
genetically and genealogically the same as the Finn
And the scientist who did this was Ian WILMUT, of the
Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, Scotland, probably a
relative of the Wilmouth.
---"David L. White" wrote:
> Don't know if this is a wild guess or not, but
there are VILMOUTHs living
> the the Alsace region of eastern France. With a V,
it could be a phonetic
> spelling of WILMOTHS.
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