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Featured Story of the Month: January 2014
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|Genes||Report||13 Jan 2014 16:20|
When I got my father’s birth certificate I thought that the name down as his father’s, Horatio Guy Campbell, was a joke. Far from it. There have only ever been four of them and it turns out that they were my great grandfather; my grandfather; my uncle and my cousin. I never met any of them, but when I put the first two on my Genes Reunited tree I was contacted by another member, who put me onto the fact that my 3 times great grandfather was a famous soldier – the Governor of Gibraltar. Actually Lieutenant Governor, as the Governor is a courtesy title for a younger brother of the King.