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Paul Pearce-Smith's success story
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Genes connected has benefitted three families in finding information about each others families. On one side the tree is going to be brought forward to the present day. In the other two cases, the tree will be tken back to 1850 for definite, and possibly further back. Paul Pearce-Smith