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    Several of the clusters have locked family trees and a lot of the matches are in the 1700’s.

    So for example, I have a few Scots results with one Northern Irish person in the 1700’s.

    An example would be someone with the surname “Wright” in Antrim.

    Yeah how am I supposed to confirm that? I have absolutely no connection to Wright or Antrim. Similarly, some are in England/Scotland with no connection to NI, despite me having no recorded GB ancestors.

    Unfortunately, I think most of these are too far back for me to detect. I haven’t done a family tree into the 1700’s so I can not confirm this.

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    The thing that gets me is that most of these clusters are not a solid block .
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