If they are still alive, DNA test your parents or grandparents. A closer relationship is more likely to give a positive DNA match.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
However, you also need to realize that when all with a surname are "related", it means, at most, only that everyone with the surname has the same mother's husband's mother's husband's mother's husband, etc., if you go back enough generations (even this isn't always true). It does not mean that they are all biological relatives or share DNA. It just takes one person in one generation whose mother was impregnated by someone other than her husband.
You can't "research this farther" unless you are willing to research this father.
On Wed, Mar 17, 2021 at 04:58 AM, Elizabeth Jackson wrote:
it was a small family. All are related". ...
research this farther?
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