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Monday, March 27, 2017
It's been a year, that I received back my DNA results. I believe I was so overwhelmed with it all, I just looked at the ethnicity chart - a few matches and didn't take it any further because I didn't know how to.
Because of my Hasenstab obsession - I went through where it says, AncestryDNA Results
Then entered Hasenstab and searched the matches. NOTHING. I did find many Edelmann, Scherer, Mattern, and Schuster. They were all "distant cousins".
I also did a search if anyone was searching for the surname Hasenstab. Found one gal - messaged her and hopefully, she will contact me soon. Although I won't hold my breath. I don't know what it is, with that branch of my family - it's like they went out of their way to just fall off the face of the earth.
That's it - I'm putting Hasenstab to rest for a few weeks. It makes me too crazy.
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