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    I wonder if this is the source of my mtdna? I didn't realise until now, but the French families that married into the Polish-Lithuanian nobles were found to be N1b, or a couple of the women? Obviously this goes back to families before becoming Bourbon and the like, but nevertheless..........

    I'm just playing with the idea. If it was a much more common mtdna group, I myself would say it's like a fart in the wind...but it's a pretty rare group...

    What's also interesting is that my mother is rh negative and so was her mother (100% Slav). It is less common-still for eastern europeans to have rh negative blood than western europeans. Food for thought: rh negative blood is thinner than rh positive blood. There is a very old practice among European nobles to cut themselves and show that they are of the "blue" blood ilk...i.e., displaying their thin blood which would bleed for a little longer than an rh positive person's would...



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