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    1596. Could have gone further possibly, but a local city/town library with documents was destroyed in the Second World War, destroying the records forever.
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    18th century.

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    17th century.

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    3rd century sassanids on both sides of my family.

    Paternal grandfather, English line, from Norman ancestry. Unbroken records only go back 6 generations. Names : Drory, Braun, Wingfield, Digby, Van Aken, Candler.

    Paternal grandmother, hungarian nobility. Going back 63 generations.
    Names : Forgŕch of Ghymes and Gŕcs, Lovassy of Szakál, Ederer, Szent-Ivŕny, Grassalkovich, Esterházy, Cziráky, Klobusiczky, Ungnad, Ujfalussy, Egresdy.

    Maternal grandfather, belgian nobility. Going back 65 generations.
    Names : d'Otreppe de Bouvette, de Mélotte de Lavaux, de Mélotte de Lamalle, de Mélotte d'Envoz, Mincé du Fontbaré, Delloye, de Potesta, de Noidans Calf, de Moffarts, della Faille, Godin.

    Maternal grandmother, landed gentry and small nobility. Going back 21 generations.
    Names : de Halleux, du Welz, du Bus, Desclée, Pirlot, Ryelandt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncia View Post
    3rd century sassanids on both sides of my family.

    Paternal grandfather, English line, from Norman ancestry. Unbroken records only go back 6 generations. Names : Drory, Braun, Wingfield, Digby, Van Aken, Candler.

    Paternal grandmother, hungarian nobility. Going back 63 generations.
    Names : Forgŕch of Ghymes and Gŕcs, Lovassy of Szakál, Ederer, Szent-Ivŕny, Grassalkovich, Esterházy, Cziráky, Klobusiczky, Ungnad, Ujfalussy, Egresdy.

    Maternal grandfather, belgian nobility. Going back 65 generations.
    Names : d'Otreppe de Bouvette, de Mélotte de Lavaux, de Mélotte de Lamalle, de Mélotte d'Envoz, Mincé du Fontbaré, Delloye, de Potesta, de Noidans Calf, de Moffarts, della Faille, Godin.

    Maternal grandmother, landed gentry and small nobility. Going back 21 generations.
    Names : de Halleux, du Welz, du Bus, Desclée, Pirlot, Ryelandt.
    You seem to have Hungarian nobility blood in you from all over Historic Hungary, even from the most eastern part, Székelyföld. I'd wish to also finally have a breakthrough on my majority Hungarian bloodline, but I'm so far stuck in the early 19th century with them. Can I ask you around which year you can attest your first Hungarian ancestor?

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    @Dunai, i am not sure how to answer your question, this is my hungarian grandmother : http://roglo.eu/roglo?lang=en&m=A&i=...r=&evt=on&v=65

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    The farthest I've been able to trace back is the Norman conquest of England that's on my mother's side my father's side I've only been able to go back a couple generations when my ancestors arrived at Ellis Island in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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