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But with so much information that people are seeking, I asked if I could post it on its own. I’m currently working on the Murphy family as it seems there was some Mi’kmaq blood in the family, but we are unsure how.
They had some affiliation with native people in the Swift Current area in the early- to mid-1800s.
The mt DNA test showed that Elizabeth Saunders and Elizabeth (Joe) Blanchard share a direct maternal line with a genetic distance of 0. The Saunders and their descendants ended up staying there and settling.
That means it’s very recent (within the last 200-250 years), so the most likely scenarios are that they were sisters, aunt and niece or first cousins on the maternal side. Another prominent Mi’kmaq woman who stayed in Terrenceville was Elizabeth, married to Lewis Lavhey. Their descendants, especially through their daughter Grace (m. The Piccos were also a very frequent Mi’kmaq family in the area and as you can see one of them (James Picco) married Catherine Saunders.
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