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Hi From Australia....

After doing a yDNA test with FAMILY TREE DNA, I found a 37 out of 37 Match with a USA McRae.

UNFORTUNATELY, this man had passed away before I could get in touch with him (Just a few weeks after he had passed away!!!!). So I did lots of research, and so for have come up with this information below:

Lewis McRae lived in Essex County, Massachusetts in 1910. He was the head of the household,

62 years old, and identified as white. Lewis was born in Canada around 1848, and both of his

parents were born in Scotland. In 1910, Lewis was married to Susie F. McRae, and they had

seven children named Willis I., Lewis W., Ralph E., Colin A., Helena M., Carl D., and Edna M..

He immigrated to the United States in 1866.

What I am REALLY AFTER, is the information on LEWIS (seen spelt as Louis also) McRae's Mother and Fathers name etc.... I am hoping someone knows these McRae's. I am DEF. related.... want to find the missing link of my GG GrandPa, John McRae, He arrived in Australia sometime prior to 1855. ANY INFO SINCERELY appreciated... It has been a 300 years search thus far.... DNA is incredible, as it is the closest I have been to finding out more about my GG GrandPa
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Query posted by : John McRae

18 Feb 2017 at 23.47
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