Robert J. Stewart III was born at Ft. Polk, Louisiana, in the 1970s. He served in the US Navy from 1991-1994 as a Dental Technician. He would attend Midwestern State University from 2006-2010 to obtain his Bachelor's Degree in History, and would continue at the same school from 2010-2012 to earn his Master's in History. He continued his education at the University of North Texas from 2014-2016 to earn a Master's in Information Science.
Robert is married to his second wife, Jennifer. He has a son from his first marriage to Donna. Jennifer has a son from a previous relationship, and Robert and Jennifer have a son between them.
Robert and his family reside in Texas.
Robert's mother, Denise K. (Phillips) was adopted in 1954. He is trying to find information on her, as the court records are sealed and there is no information on her adoption on public record.
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On 4 Jul 2018 at 23:39 GMT Beth (Stewart) Losiewicz wrote:
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Robbin Stewart (you are both here as sharing DNA please would either of you add your and Robbin's Ged match number A038689 to your DNA tests Allan Stuart has a good match with you chromosome 13 70,431,786 75,184,561 8.4 866 SNPs my family have some dna with you we want to be able to use the new widget to compare , but need your gedmatch number A038689 added please
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