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Ancestry DNA Test Reveals a Controversial and Undiscovered Family History
Date:7/10/2014

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014

Unraveling life’s mysteries can intrigue, amaze, and bring a family closer together. The Archer Family purchased a DNA test to unravel the historical information contained within DNA, but ended up with a lifetime of memories, sharing, and closeness. In fact, the surprising discoveries contained within the family members’ DNA genuinely brought the family closer together.

Recently, the family had decided to search deeper into genetic history and prior to taking the genetic ancestry test, thought that they had known the majority of the history. The family thought that the test may fill in some missing pieces, but, after taking the test, the Archer family was stunned by the results. The intensified bond it formed between a Grandmother and her Grandson, and the content it provided to spend hours in dialogue, conversation, and reminiscence, made the Ancestry DNA Test a conduit for quality family time.

Mia Archer grew up believing that her family was English on the paternal and maternal sides. Her parents had talked about the family history and the immigration of her parents, who left England to reach America. Mrs. Archer had a profound interest in genealogy and after enduring the deaths of both parents, Mrs
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