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Reginald Finley Sr, 2005
Resembles Mary Alice Person?
Reginald Finley Sr, 2005 Resembles Mary Alice Person?
1993 - Class A's - Reggie Finley, Sr.
1993 - Class A's - Reggie Finley, Sr.
This is me in 1993 while in Basic Training at Fort Benning, Georgia. Yes.. they actually take these pics in the middle of basic.
Reggie Finley Sr. in Basic Training
Reggie Finley Sr. in Basic Training
This is me in Basic Training at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Painting of Mary Alice Lasaine
Painting of Mary Alice Lasaine
Mary L., Algernon Jr and Reginald Finley Sr all hold up a painting of Mary Alice Person LaSaine at a ceremony in her honor at Murray-LaSaine Elementary.
Alger Sean, Reggie Sr, Algernon Sr, Al Jr.
Alger Sean, Reggie Sr, Algernon Sr, Al Jr.
Algernon C. Finley Sr and boys pose for photo on July 4th, 2008. The following day, a special visit was made to Olivia Barber-Finley.
Father and Son, Reggie Sr and Al Sr. Dec 2009.
Father and Son, Reggie Sr and Al Sr. Dec 2009.
A Biography of Reginald Finley Sr.
A Biography of Reginald Finley Sr.
This Bio will tell you about Reginald's beginnings and give you details about his life work. It will be a work in progress.
Al Sr, Jr, Olivia and Reggie Finley
Al Sr, Jr, Olivia and Reggie Finley
Dad's descendants, minus Sean in North Carolina in July 2009. Just two days before Brenda Hill Finley's death.
Reginald Finley and Children
Reginald Finley and Children

Documents
Y-DNA Results
Y-DNA Results
New genetic information concludes that the paternal Day line is directly from Africa, No European paternal blood in the mix. Provided via Ancestry.com.

The Sorenson Database.. shows that our Day line markers most resemble the people from Cameroon West Africa. - R. Finley Sr 03-35-2009

Genetic sequence for future researchers below:

Histories
Understanding the census data.
Understanding the census data.
I decided to take some time to express to you my research techniques using the census data that you all have access to. I don't want you all to think I am making stuff up. As a natural skeptic, my standard of evidence is pretty high and I only make claims when I am 85% sure or more.

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