The Tree
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Welcome to "The Tree" web pages, part of the website.

Please feel free to navigate your way up and down through the family relationships. To get more information on a particular person - click on their name when they appear in the middle section of the webpage. Names above, and below, allow you to navigate through the generations.

The software to generate the pages in "The Tree" offers users to generate their own 'pedigree' charts by clicking on the green 'tree' symbol beside a name. Relationships of anyone on this 'pedigree' chart can be displayed by clicking on the 'downwards arrow' symbol.

There are over 8,400 family members of Brian and Carol (nee Jones) Oliver featured in these pages. Thank you to those that have contributed.

Privacy measures remain in place - where birth-dates and other information has been filtered out for living people - so as to not display publicly on the web.

We hope you find this information of interest. We welcome any additions you care to provide. Please feel free to get in touch with us through the contact information below.

DNA Test

In April 2017, Brian of undertook a genetic test through AncestryDNA. A DNA test can determine a person's ancestry or biological relationship between people. Brian's results have identified seven 3rd cousins, 156 4th cousins, and over 12,500 5th and more distant cousins that are currently in their DNA database. Already communications has evolved through these connections. Very exciting!

The results also showed for 'thousands of years' ago:
  • 49% Europe West (Primarily located in: Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein. Also found in: England, Denmark, Italy, Slovenia, Czech Republic)
  • 27% Ireland (Primarily located in: Ireland, Wales, Scotland)
  • 8% Scandinavia (Primarily located in: Sweden, Norway, Denmark)
  • 6% Iberian Peninsula (Primarily located in: Spain, Portugal)
  • 4% Europe East
  • 2% Great Britain
  • 2% Italy/Greece
  • 2% Other - less than 1%
Results for 'hundreds of years' ago showed two genetic communities:
  • Scots
  • Southern English

Brian and Carol Oliver
14 July 2017

Using the Tree

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