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I just have no history. V_V my parents dont remember/care about this but i do. I want to know where i came from and who my ancestors where. i guess i feel this way because i dont want to be forgotten when i die just like my ancestors where >.> on a side not i'd love to hear what you guys are mixed with ^_^ *notes*-> i dont think i can get information about citizens in mexico, plus all my relatives dont speak to us and my only grandparent has dementia.
seasrn seasrn 26-30, F 17 Answers Nov 21, 2009

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I am African American, Native American, Caucasian, and Hawaiian, with Irish and Dutch further down the line. Good luck with you search.

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You mean race, as in human, with traces of Klingon and Vulcan? oh.. guess you mean lineage and heritage. <br />
You can take the information you know and go on any number of sites. I've had the best luck on ancestry.com and rootsweb.com. <br />
Me...I'm Scots on both sides with a pinch of Danish from my one grandfather. <br />
as for mixico. It is a little more difficult, but records can be found. Just sometimes it seems like a generation or two is piece work. In that way Church records are best. Birth, death, christening, and marriage records are usually available.

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Hi seasrn<br />
Google: dna testing ancestry<br />
lots of sites to test your ancestry back 10000 years.<br />
:)

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I know what you mean, 25% of my blood is unknown soup..I'm thinking it could be Russian but I'm not sure.. People here have great answers, I think if I ever have enough money I'll get a DNA test. lol

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German, Irish, and Choctaw American Indian. DNA TEST with determine what your bloodline would be.

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Get the DNA test. It will tell you within a 99.99 accuracy the percent of your Ethnic History. I plan do doing just that.

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I was able to do a genealogical trace to the 1500s in Europe. Did exactly what littlepurrr mentioned and ran with it. Your local hall of records as well as libraries and, ahem, cemeteries are ideal places as well. If you really want to go waaay back (not just hundreds, but thousands of years), try tracing what's called your Y-DNA "haplogroup." All you have to do is a cheek swabbing and send it in to dnaancestryproject(dot)com - will be doing mine soon; fascinated and very excited. Good luck.

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I'm 100% blood Mexican.. born in America<br />
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My husband is 50 % puerto rican... and 50 % something else<br />
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his grandmother was 100% Irish.. and his mother has no idea what nationality her father was.. and therefore she has no idea what nationality she is.. so my husband doesn't know what nationality he is.. other than his father being puerto rican.. and his mother being irish..<br />
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our son is mexican/puerto rican/irish.. and rumored jewish :D<br />
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horray for mixed races!

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You can get a DNA test that can determine that.<br />
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I am half Polish, and a bunch of other Slavic stuff, and German.

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ask your relatives if you can or do a genealogy search with your parents information, that might help:)

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Irish and english, I can fight with myself daily.<br />
On a side note, a lot of the history stuff like that is on line now, all you need is the names of like your grandparents and find their birth certificates on your on the road.

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