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From: "John Armstrong" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Origin of the Irvines
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2008 07:53:40 -0900
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Linda, John, et al

Yes, there is an Irvine DNA project...
See
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~donegalstrongs/irvine.htm

There is a group of Armstrong's whose YDNA is very similar to a group of
Irvine's in The YDNA studies at familytreedna.com Or maybe I should say
there is a group of Irvine's whose YDNA matches up with that of a group of
Armstrong's.... (:>))

John Armstrong
Wasilla, Alaska




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Subject: [S-I] Origin of the Irvines


> Hi John, this is very interesting. According to this fella, the Irvines
> began as kings of Ireland! (like everyone else <grin>).
>
> http://erwinbagpiper.com/misty_origins_of_the_erinvine.htm
>
> Of course they came out of Spain at the end of the ice age, like everyone
> else. That part is no doubt true. Probably there is a DNA project.
>
> Linda Merle
>
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