were Any ones 16 great great grandparents all born in the same country? If so which country?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Most folk's never meet their great(×2) parent's @ all zxq
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- .Lv 51 month ago
My Scottish relatives on my father's side go back forever on MacFarlane, - Campbell, - Graham, right up to Alexander Stewart, Bishop of Moray and Sinclair family lines. So yes it's possible.
My mother's line is much more complicated to do, because her name isn't as common as my father's last name. My mother's line lived in multiple countries. And they're Gypsy/Roma travellers.
So the more common the name the more documents there will be available.
Lastly just looking at my mother and father's information above makes me feel as if I'm a strange mix of everything.
- Sunday CroneLv 71 month ago
I have researched 8 lines of my family and 3 of them date to the 15th and 16th Century in the US. There is no way to answer as the people here do not have access to ALL verified research that has been done.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I have researched my records 12 generations back here in the USA. That's pretty close.
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- MaxiLv 72 months ago
Yes all born in England UK
- CogitoLv 72 months ago
Yes. Several of my ancestors going back many generations were all born in England, which is where I live now.
- 2 months ago
Yes. What is now the US of A.