"Consanguinity," student report, example 2
Circa 1914
Pages:1 of 1
American Philosophical Society, ERO, MSC77
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&quote;Consanguinity,&quote; student report, example 2

W.S. Monroe V.C. Mar 28 1919 Consanguinity My uncle married his first cousin, now my aunt. The latter has straight black hair, while my uncle is blond and wavy. They have three sons and five daughters. The two oldest daughters have blond wavy hair, and the three other daughters and the three sons have black wavy hair.

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