User:SvareJM

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About Me
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Ancestry
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MyHeritage DNA
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This user has
Scandinavian DNA
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Italian DNA
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Eastern European DNA
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AncestryDNA
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This user has
51% Scandinavia DNA
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This user has
16% Europe West DNA
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11% Europe South DNA
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6% Great Britain DNA
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4% Ireland/Scotland/Wales DNA
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This user has
4% Caucasus DNA
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This user has
3% Europe East DNA
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This user has
2% European Jewish DNA
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This user has
2% Iberian Peninsula DNA
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This user has
<1% Africa North DNA
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Conferences
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This user attended RootsTech 2017 in Salt Lake City
Indexing
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Wiki
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Jeffrey Michael Svare, AG®

Jeff was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and raised in Fargo, North Dakota. He moved to Salt Lake City, Utah in 1976, and currently resides in West Bountiful, Utah. He began working for FamilySearch in 1987, and has been involved in records acquisitions in Asia, the Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Europe, and Scandinavia.

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