== Biography == *First-hand information. Entered by Stephen Elmer at registration. Descendent of Edward Elmer one of the founders of Hartford, CT. 1600s
"""1954"""I was Born and raised in Hollywood, California I know this because I am this person
Story I was raised in Hollywood California, and I served in the Army and was released 1973 I began working for the Studios in Hollywood, Specialized in Rigging and Lighting. I worked many shows in the Theatre, Broadway plays like Cats, Wiz, Singing in the rain, Phantom of the Opera. Many Television Shows Donny and Marie, Academy Awards, Price is right and so many more. I also started learning Kung Fu, the Hung Kuen system, Kuen meaning family style of the martial arts World and also known as Hung-Gar. An Art descendent from the Shaolin temple in the 1700s. The Art is Famous for the Tiger & Crane style Kung Fu system using the moves from these animal's, also known for the Snake, Dragon and Leopard techniques. The art is also known in the States from my teacher Master Bucksam Kong Founder 1963 of the Siu Lum Pai Gung Fu Assoc. In 1979 Opening a school for my Sifu or teacher in SLC, Utah 1979. I also taught at the University of Utah and spread the Art to the public. Moving back to Hollywood in1984 learning and teaching and working until 1991 and moved back to SLC had children Andrew and Ashlee. Now in Arizona retired.. Here is a FB link!
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A2284 HG19 Position: ChrY:21186403..21186403 Ancestral: G Derived: A Reference: Michael Thompson (2015) ISOGG Haplogroup: R1b (not listed) Comments: .
Reverse Primer: A2284_R GCAGAAAGTGGAGCCAAAAG
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