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Michelle Leonard
Professional . DNA Detective. Writer. Speaker. Historian. Fromelles Project. WW1. 💜 using to solve mysteries 🧬🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Michelle Leonard May 21
I'll be missing tonight's but will try to catch up later! Enjoy everyone and as ever if there are any queries for me just tag me and include the hashtag and I'll reply when I can.
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Michelle Leonard May 21
Replying to @PaulEyezOnMe
No not at all - feel free to DM on here or email me Paul 👍
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Michelle Leonard May 7
Replying to @packrat74
I'm so sorry to hear this Jan - I've been through it too many times as well and it never gets any easier. They are our constant companions and mean the world to us. Thinking of you at this tough time.
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Scottish Indexes May 7
Our new article "Use of Maiden Surnames in Scotland" has been proving very popular this week:
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Michelle Leonard May 7
Replying to @MsFrugalone
I'm all for breaking down those Kelly brick walls 😉
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Michelle Leonard May 7
Replying to @WillsmanOneName
Thanks Liz - glad you liked it! 🙂
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Michelle Leonard May 7
Replying to @MsFrugalone
Teehee 😂
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Replying to @oldscotbooks
That's such a lovely story! The stand looked fantastic and always busy - every time I came past you were deep in conversation with attendees. Sorry I never got the chance to say hi!
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Yeah I saw you from a distance busy chatting away to people on the stand at one point but that's as close as I got! Absolutely :-)
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Sorry I didn't get the chance to say hello to you in person Rachel! The days just flew by and it was so hectic. I'm glad you had such a great time 🙂Thanks for all the hard work pulling the show together!
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Thanks Paul 🙂 Always good to hear that people are developing an understanding of how to use for from my ramblings 😉
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
It's all about the matches Dave; don't read too much into ethnicity. Any DNA matches you can work out confirmed connections to will provide priceless verification that your paper trail is correct. Take your time and work your way through all your top matches
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Glad my talk inspired you to create your X-DNA chart! 👍
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Replying to @tollgenealogy
Thanks Rachel! Sorry to have missed you too - always so hectic x
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
Replying to @emmajolly @DavidDobie2
Sorry to have missed you too Emma! Hope you had a good time.
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Michelle Leonard Apr 30
It's time for another fast-paced ! This has been a busy week at towers with most of the team decamping to - let us know how you got on at the show if you attended! As ever if you have queries just tag me & get re-tweeting!
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#AncestryHour Apr 30
Whooo Hooo the team tonight are all freshly back from where they had a busy old time! Susie Douglas , then Fergus Smith of , start tweeter Tara Frugalone and our genes genie Michelle Leonard
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Family Tree Apr 25
🧬Celebrating DNA Day 25th April🧬 Come along to and discover your place in the human story! There’s a packed lecture programme by international DNA experts. https://family.tree/live19
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Lifelines Research Apr 18
One of my favourite family history lies is the invented father on a marriage certificate. Here we have Jane Hill, the illegitimate daughter of Ann Hill,, marrying in 1864 and claiming that her father was called Henry Hill. The Coffee Mill Maker is a good clue to follow up!
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