They arrived in Spain where Michelle delivered a message about the initiative.
Research announced in 2012 found that Obama is likely descended from the African slave John Punch through his mother's Bunch line, with generations of African Americans who gradually married "white" on the way to Kansas. She became an anthropologist, specializing in economic anthropology and rural development. He died in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is buried at the Punchbowl National Cemetery.
Stanley Armour Dunham is the maternal grandfather of Barack Obama. He and his wife Madelyn Dunham raised Obama in Honolulu, Hawaii. There was no fighting against the Germans, no camp guards.
In addition to Obama, Stanley is related to six US presidents: James Madison, Harry S. The whole area was overrun by people from the camp dressed in the most pitiful rags, and most of them were in a bad state of starvation.
The family of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, and his wife Michelle Obama is made up of people of Kenyan (Luo), African-American, and Old Stock American (including originally English, Scotch-Irish, Welsh, German, and Swiss) ancestry.
Michelle Obama, née Robinson, the wife of Barack Obama, was born on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois.
Margaret Arlene Payne, Obama's great-aunt, was the younger sister of Madelyn Dunham and Charles Payne.The date of the document was estimated to be about 1930, which would mean that his grandfather had been born around 1895.Barack Obama relates how his step-grandmother Granny Sarah (Sarah Onyango Obama) describes his grandfather: "Even from the time that he was a boy, your grandfather Onyango was strange.According to Ancestry.com's research in 2012, using a combination of historical documents and y DNA analysis, genealogists found that John Punch, the first documented African slave in the American British colonies, has been documented as likely an eleventh great-grandfather of Obama through his mother, Ann Dunham, and her Bunch ancestors.With intermarriage, there were eventually both white and African-American lines of descent from Punch; some Bunch descendants were classified as white by the early 18th century. minister to the United Nations, is thought by historian Paul Heinegg to have likely been an African-American descendant of the Bunch family via South Carolina and Detroit, Michigan.