AncestryDNA | CNN’s: Finding Kamau Bell Episode 2 | Ancestry

AncestryDNA | CNN’s: Finding Kamau Bell Episode 2 | Ancestry

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AncestryDNA | CNN’s: Finding Kamau Bell Episode 2 | Ancestry



  1. Mom is out here living life at 81! I want to be like her!!!

  2. irene kui says:

    kamau is a Kenyan name

  3. DNA ancestors is fraudulent

  4. TINA COLBY says:

    This is so Sweet and Awesome.

  5. This is so cool!! Great documentary!!

  6. Kamau is my family name

  7. I like your way of portraying your family. Subscribing!!

  8. Tina Cain says:

    I go to Clarksville often 😛 When did you start doing shows.Ha go look at my tree you have a whole show and a half lol 🙂

  9. Tina Cain says:

    Cheatham co is where pleasantview tn is 🙂 I have a friend who lives there I am from Paducah. 🙂 my cousins founded Nashville Tn 🙂 I Have tons of family on my tree on ancestry 🙂

  10. Interesting great sorry we need more like this , I'm glad your mom finds her family root.

  11. Mrs H2O says:

    You can tell he's one of the black men who really isn't proud to be black. His mom is gorgeous. Lovely parents.

  12. chs, I completely agree. I was just thinking that. Wow, but she looks years younger!

  13. Kira36k says:

    Who is this guy? I have never heard of him but he is absolutely hilarious with his commentary.

  14. Michael says:

    His mother is so beautiful makes me want to go on an adventure with my mother.

  15. Brian Huff says:

    Wow. So cool. I felt a little pride myself about Jacob joining the army in 1864! Happy Kamau and his family were able to trace their history. Important to know where we come from.

  16. We really have to do better with continuing our family reunions.

  17. B4BESS says:

    Yes, his mother looks really good at 81

  18. B4BESS says:

    The way they size the land from African American is to use the name of the Army to take it and say its military base.

  19. So I just say the name hopkins which is my father's last name and I don't no much about my grandparents accepted my father did work in a field when he was a child which they called sharecropping it was just odd to see my last name there

  20. Ana G says:

    Actually, in my country (in europe) it was Also the Church That kept peoples's records ( birthday, wedding, death) . There was no civil registry until the 20th century. It was amazing seeing your family descovering your history…

  21. Lori XoXo says:

    Cute, touching, and hilarious. "Turns out we're related to this guy too. Another cousin uncle." lolololol

  22. “Not the Johnsons of Nairobi?” Great commentary. Making it possible for everyone to laugh 🙂

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