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From: "Gilbert Murray" <>
Subject: Re: [Whillans/Wealleans] Origin of the surname Whillans & homonyms
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 07:37:15 -0500
A wonderful piece of extremely detailed research, Frank! I only wish there
were some way for women's DNA to show the links. Maybe someday scientists
will figure out a way. We are all one people! I've had so many letters
from new cousins from my ancestors who went to Belize and back.
On Behalf Of Whillans
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 1:09 AM
Subject: [Whillans/Wealleans] Origin of the surname Whillans & homonyms
Hi Rooters, I have just had a paper published on the origin of the surname
Whillans & its homonyms which I think should interest you.
You can find the published paper at
and the full paper at
I hope that this might interest you sufficiently for you to get involved, if
you haven't done so already, with the Whillans Y-DNA Study (see below).
I'll be interested in your reactions, posted of course to this Rootsweb
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