SURNAME DNA PROJECTS PAGE
@2009 - Sue Ashby - Updated Sept 5, 2009
This page is set up to provide links to any
of you that have a family DNA Project going.
Also, to encourage you all to start one, if you haven't.
This is the best scientific project to provide help and insight into your genealogy.
Please consider forming a group to do so. The more that are involved, the less the costs.
To see the DNA site that does the most genealogy tests go to:
THRIFT FAMILY DNA WEB PAGE
DNA site provided by Richard Thrift
WILLIAMS FAMILY DNA PROJECT AND WEB PAGE
This is a Chatham family but also has ties to other counties and states!!
Great site !!
BEGLEY FAMILY DNA PROJECT AND WEB PAGE
Researching connections of Begley, Bagley, Begly, Bagly, Baguley surname
families of the world and how they connect to the descendants of the original
four Begley brothers, Henry, John, Thomas, and William, who settled in
SE Kentucky in the early 1800s.
COUNSEL, COUNCILL, ETC. FAMILY DNA PROJECT
We're looking for males with the Council surname,(various spellings,
Council, Counsel, Councill, etc)
A DNA test (Y chromosome) is a painless way to help out our family. If you cannot afford the fee, we will pass the hat. All you have to do is provide the DNA sample, which is nothing more than a cotton swab brushed on the inside of the mouth, and answer a few questions. We will share the results on the Council Website and see who is a match. In order to get started I need 6 Council males willing to participate.
If you are interested e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa "Council" Longley
The Talley-Tally DNA Project is an ongoing project open to any male descendant with the Talley or Tally surname (or variant spellings). Our primary objective is to try to identify and tie together the numerous Talley families to assist in proving our relationships. Current participants' results can be viewed on our website. Please contact me for further information. email@example.com
The group administrator is Emily Aulicino whose email address is above.
We presently have 88 members.
CLARK/CLARKE DNA PROJECT
Our project tracks male Clark(e) members, so the swab must be collected from a male with the surname of Clark(e). We also require that each of our participants submit his pedigree to be posted on our web page for others to observe and compare DNA test results. No names will be posted after a birth date of 1900.
YDNA will show you the large family group of Clark(e)s back to before surnames. It might even show that your forebear wasn't a Clark, but another surname -- called Non-paternity events. YDNA won't tell you the name of your gr,gr,gr-grandfather or whether you descend from his son "George, John or William." It will only get you into a ball park family group IF other relatives have participated in this study. This is what our study is attempting to do...