Jan 8, 2018
It’s one of the most remarkable family history stories we’ve ever had on the show! Hear what one man’s family had to face after an accident, family interviews, the removal of hair from a corpse at a funeral home, and DNA tests!
Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert with news about a reunion of a daughter and mother, separated by the Nazis in World War II. They’ll have the details. Then David talks about a new discovery that may shed light on the fate of the settlers at Roanoke, Virginia in the 16th century. Also, might President Warren Harding have had a “love child?” DNA has solved that long time mystery. Hear the results. Plus, David’s Tech Tip of the Week, and your free NEHGS database!
Then Steve Anderson (starts at 9:09), a Minnesota native, shares his incredible story of discovery concerning himself and his eight siblings. No one could have imagined what he and a brother learned… information that has rocked his family. And it’s not over yet!
Fisher then shares an encore interview from his first 100 shows. This one is with Alice Keesey Mecoy, a descendant of the man many believe started the Civil War, abolitionist John Brown! Learn how he affects her life to this day.
Tom Perry from TMCPlace.com wraps up the show with another great preservation tip. If you have questions for Tom, email “AskTom@TMCPlace.com.”
That’s all this week on the 100th episode of Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!