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42 of 43 AMERICAN PRESIDENTS ARE RELATED ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Mar 08, 2020 6:30 am

Sunday
03.08.2020
12:30 a.m.,
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Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYBODY.

This article was just sent to me. I found it very interesting.

"IS RULING IN THE GENES" ?

Are there long term familial bloodlines in the American Presidents ?

I can not believe that this would be mere coincidence.

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Is ruling in the genes? All presidents bar one are directly descended from a medieval English king.

• 12-year-old girl created family tree linking 42 of 43 U.S. presidents to King John of England, who signed Magna Carta in 1215
• Only eighth president, Martin Van Buren, was not related to John
By SNEJANA FARBEROV
PUBLISHED: 21:14 EST, 4 August 2012 | UPDATED: 00:58 EST, 5 August 2012

What do Barack Obama, Thomas Jefferson, George W. Bush and the other past U.S. presidents have in common? Besides holding the coveted title of commander-in-chief, it appears that all of them but one are cousins.  

The remarkable discovery was made by 12-year-old BridgeAnne d’Avignon, of Salinas, California, who created a ground-breaking family tree that connected 42 of 43 U.S. presidents to one common, and rather unexpected, ancestor: King John of England.

‘They all have the trait of wanting power,’ d’Avignon told the station WFMY.

 <img src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/08/05/article-2183858-14638CF1000005DC-52_634x472.jpg" height="472" width="634" alt="Budding genealogist: BridgeAnne d'Avignon created a family tree that connected 42 of 43 U.S. presidents to one common ancestor" class="blkBorder" />
Budding genealogist: BridgeAnne d'Avignon created a family tree that connected 42 of 43 U.S. presidents to one common ancestor

 <img src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/08/05/article-2183858-14638F02000005DC-808_634x493.jpg" height="493" width="634" alt="History detective: It took d'Avignon several months to search through more than 500,000 names and trace the male and female lineages of American leaders" class="blkBorder" />
History detective: It took d'Avignon several months to search through more than 500,000 names and trace the male and female lineages of American leaders
King John, also known as John ‘Lackland’, is renowned for signing the Magna Carta in 1215, which limited the monarch’s power and helped form the British Parliament.
 <img src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/08/05/article-2183858-14638D03000005DC-486_306x423.jpg" height="423" width="306" alt="Common grandfather: The 12-year-old traced the lineages of nearly all of the U.S. presidents to King John, the signer of the Magna Carta" class="blkBorder" />

Common grandfather: The 12-year-old traced the lineages of nearly all of the U.S. presidents to King John, the signer of the Magna Carta
D’Avignon, a seventh-grader at Monte Vista Christian School in Watsonville, started the project in hopes of tracing back her own bloodline in France, but somewhere along the way she decided to take her genealogical quest to the highest level.

In order to create the family tree, the 12-year-old spent months scouring through over 500,000 names in search of the ‘presidential Adam.’
Her 80-year-old grandfather, who has been tracing roots for nearly six decades, helped her make the presidential links.

D’Avignon started with the first U.S. president, George Washington, she traced both the male and female family lines to make the connection.

Prior to d’Avignon’s discovery, genealogists were only able to link 22 families of presidents, likely because they only focused on male bloodlines.

The only former commander-in-chief not linked to King John is the eighth president, Martin Van Buren, who had Dutch roots. 

The teen also found out that she is the 18th cousin of President Obama. She even wrote to her new-found relative a letter to share her findings with him.
So far, however, d’Avignon said she received only a generic response from the White House.

 <img src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/08/05/article-2183858-14638D15000005DC-625_634x474.jpg" height="474" width="634" alt="Odd man out: Only the eighth president of the U.S., Martin Van Buren, was not related to King John because he had Dutch roots" class="blkBorder" />

Odd man out: Only the eighth president of the U.S., Martin Van Buren, was not related to King John because he had Dutch roots
D’Avignon created a poster of the presidential family tree and is selling signed copies of it in hopes of raising enough money to make a trip to Washington DC. The middle-school student says her goal is to hand-deliver a replica of her family tree to the president. 

'I think we just all go back somewhere; it’s just a matter of proving it,' she said. 

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42 of 43 AMERICAN PRESIDENTS ARE RELATED ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Mar 08, 2020 6:38 am

Sunday
03.09.2020
12:38 a.m.,
Chicago, Illinois time:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYBODY.

Has anybody heard, read, or studied anything about this Subject Matter?

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself
about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings
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Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.

In the genes? Seventh grader says bloodlines of 42 of 43 U.S. Presidents link back to King John of England

By CHRISTINE ROBERTS

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
AUG 05, 2012 | 2:15 PM

BridgeAnne d'Avignon traced the 43 presidents' male and female family lines and discovered that 42 are linked to King John Lackland. (WFMY News 2)

A spot in the Oval Office may be in the genes.

A young California girl made the ultimate presidential family tree and found that all of the U.S. commander-in-chiefs except for one share an ancestor - King John of England.

BridgeAnne d'Avignon traced the 43 presidents' male and female family lines and discovered that 42 are linked to King John Lackland, known for signing the Magna Carta in 1215, KCOY reported.
"They all have the trait of wanting power," the 12-year-old told the local television station.

D'Avignon, a seventh grader at Monte Vista Christian School in Santa Cruz, Calif., first began the massive project with the aim of tracing her own ancestry.

The budding genealogist also discovered that she can count President Obama as a relative. (WFMY News 2)

At some point during her research, she decided to expand her scope, spending several months looking at over 500,000 names in search of the presidential bloodline began.
"I think we just all go back somewhere. It's just a matter of proving it," she said.

Before d'Avignon, historians were only able to link the bloodlines of 22 presidents, according to KCOY.

The one president who is reportedly not related to John Lackland is Martin Van Buren, the eighth U.S. president.

The budding genealogist also discovered that she can count President Obama as a relative, an 18th cousin, in fact.

D'Avignon has penned a letter to the president with the hope of making a trip to the White House to explain her geneological project to Obama. She's also begun to raise money for the trip.

But the middle-school student says she's only received a standardized response from the White House so far.

croberts@nydailynews.com
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