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SEPARATED BY ADOPTION WEB SERIES – MY SEARCH FOR MY MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER
PART ONE: WHY I ORDERED ANCESTRY.COM DNA KIT
My mother was adopted. She doesn’t know much about her grandmother other than her name, Carrie Beatrice Walker of Louisiana. Her father was rumored to be a love interest, possible Caucasian, but his name is not on the birth certificate.
After years of wondering about my family lineage and origin I ordered an Ancestry.com DNA kit. These videos chronicle my experience in finding what my ethnicity is and my grandparents relatives.
I know that I am African American, White and Native American it would be awesome to pin point my heritage and find my mother’s relatives.
PS — excuse my son and his boobie/bra fetish LOL!
Thank you for watching!
OTHER VIDEOS IN THE SERIES
Why I ordered an Ancestry.com DNA Kit (Part 1)
Ancestry.com DNA Kit Instructions – (Part 2)
My Ancestry.com DNA Kit Results Are In!!! (Part 3)
Can’t Find My Mom on Ancestry.com
My Ancestry DNA Results vs. Gedmatch
Accidentally Found My White Grandpa’s Relatives on GEDMATCH (Part 2)
Lies Exposed! Mom’s Ancestry DNA Test Results
The Search Continues – Post Ancestry DNA Kit Results
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