|The single touch|
After spending/wasting a good part of the afternoon, the truth has emerged. GENI© has wandered through the family line of my mother’s grandmother, Sarah Ann. Twisting and turning, I followed only the male line for ease of surnames, there it was:
I am related to God Almighty! God Almighty is my 93rd Great-Grandmother!
Sarah Ann introduced some great genes into the humble family line, as her husband Elish’s information dead ends when he was orphaned with his brother in Ohio.
Her ancestors came from England = from Wales= from being the King of the Druids Wales = from Italy = from land of the Hebrews. The researcher(s) made some phenomenal leaps to some conclusions that announced Adam had a daughter (!) who started the whole march of lineage.
While I could be rejoicing here, there are few things I know already.
I am a Child of God, the bloodline is Christ’s blood. And I also know that the jump from Sarah Ann involves some crazy speculation: God Almighty is not my 93rd grandmother.
I will take this part about brutal leaders because they are just plain cool:
Brân “Fendigaid” (the Blessed) ap Llur Lieddiarth, Saint, Brenin of Silures
Or, Cerwyd ap Crydon, King of the Druids and Cornwall
Or, Tros, King of Troy.
P.S. My mother always told me that “Grammy” Sarah Ann had been "kidnapped" and raised by Gypsies and had the gift of second sight. Mom believed this, and I believe her.
Actually there is some truth to this one. Her family came from Europe to Kentucky as part of the immigration of Romanians, also called Gypsies. People came to her to read tea leaves and receive natural herbal healing.
I wonder what tracing through the matriarchal lines would show me?
Heck of a thing, DNA. It showed me that I have Viking blood. Makes sense.