Hi guys, this is my first time posting but I have loved this site for ages!!! I have a couple of questions actually, the first two pertaining to DNA. No, this isn’t the question of should we or shouldn’t we remove the body of Anne and yada yada. Instead it’s a what IF senerio on a couple of things … First, IF the body (or what we think is the body) was removed and tested what would we compare it with? There are no direct decendents of Anne so would we compare it to direct decendents of her sister Mary? Or is that so “watered down” now that it wouldn’t show anything? And if it showed something how accurate would it be compared to the direct DNA testing they do today? I just don’t get the science portion of it. Also on the DNA note, Mary’s Carey children of course are often thought of to be Henry’s children. Is there a way to test this (like above) with living decendents of the Carey children and living decendents of Henry’s sisters? Lastly, why on earth can’t there be a royal pardon on Anne’s behalf? I was reading the actualy Royal Government site the other day and right on there is says she was falsely accused/charged!! Why state it but not back it up with what she deserves, justice?!!?

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