My dad and grandfather are both james campbell, how far back does my family go?

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in Genealogy Help by Donnell Campbell G2G Rookie (220 points)
recategorized by Lynda Crackett

3 Answers

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I'm afraid we would need more information than just their name. Grandfather's birth date? location? great grandfather's name? It is easier to find people between 1860 and 1940.

Also you might want tags like "brickwall" and "genealogy" instead of "on" and "my".

Also a profile link if they are no longer living?

Ok, I see you are brand new so you wouldn't know a profile. But we would need as much info as possible of non-living members to find them.
by Steven Tibbetts G2G6 Pilot (415k points)
+5 votes
I think the short answer is, the 13th Century. Check out
by Living Turner G2G6 Mach 4 (42.4k points)
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If your dad or another Campbell male (brother, cousin, uncle) is willing, you should get a yDNA37 marker test and join the Campbell DNA Project:  A yDNA test of a Campbell male will help narrow your search to you genetic line of Campbells and then you can ignore all the other Campbell families that are not your genetic relatives.

by Kitty Smith G2G6 Pilot (655k points)

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