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    Inaccurate and very poor Page family research effort. Extremely poor research effort that is mostly guesswork and force fitting of data to support hypothesis of family lineage that contradicts the best researched Page family history. English origins of Page family "C" DNA group have been guessed by this author and are contradicted by existing English parish records that show author's immigrants never moved to American colonies and in fact lived and died in England. Author descends from a younger Page brother with limited paper trail compared to land owning older brothers with many land grants. He has placed all living descendants of Thomas and Alis Page under his progenitor, Abraham Page, with no effort to separate family lines?

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