My forefathers were extremely plain people, poor and humble, but I have received one very precious heritage from them. They have never given me a famous name, nor money, nor property, nor lovely heirlooms. I know almost nothing of them beyond my grandparents. Not even my childhood memories are very happy ones. And certainly no one has bequeathed me a handsome face. What, then, is my legacy? Many years before I was born, my ancestors came to America and made their home in this beautiful land. That is my great heritage- just the chance to live here, and to bring up my children here, free men and women, where we still have a chance at life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is my greatest blessing, worth much more than gold or castles, and I am deep- ly grateful to my forefathers
Have you taken a DNA test? If so, login to add it. If not, see our friends at Ancestry DNA.
Robert is 22 degrees from Ferenc Liszt, 33 degrees from Frédéric Chopin, 32 degrees from Johannes Brahms, 27 degrees from Clara Schumann, 34 degrees from Fanny Hensel, 43 degrees from Jean Sibelius, 25 degrees from Edvard Grieg, 21 degrees from Richard Wagner, 28 degrees from Antonín Dvořák and 16 degrees from Kathie Forbes on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.