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July 10, 2020

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JamesMarch 13, 2018

My sister is of the tribe of Manasseh. Like myself, all of the rest of my siblings are Ephraim. However, she shared the line that declares her linage, it says that she is of the linage of Manasseh directly from the blood of Father Lehi. Surprisingly, some of my siblings did some DNA testing later and they found that we had some ancestry that was indicative of possible Native or Meso-american ancestry.

Rob HubbardMarch 9, 2018

I am from the tribe of Ephraim. Decedent from Dainish to English.

GaleMarch 9, 2018

My entire lineage is Jewish. I'm from the tribe of Judah adopted into Ephraim.

Erin BlackMarch 9, 2018

My father in law was Gad. He was Australian and his mother was English. Her ancestors were possibly French or other European. His father was Australian and ancestors were Scottish.

Sharon TuckerMarch 9, 2018

born and raised in Alberta Canada, adopted into the tribe of Benjamin.

PatsyMarch 9, 2018

I talked with a young sister who just returned from a mission to Mongolia. A patriarch there told her that he had given a blessing to ALL the tribes.

Helen ChenMarch 9, 2018

I’m a Chinese, joined the church in London. My lineage is from the tribe of Ephraim. And I know most of our Chinese converts here are of Ephraim. Though there are two I know from Manasseh and one from Benjamin.

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