Who wants to break down a Brick Wall???

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The One Name Studies Project is looking for its 300th member!

If you want to get beyond the brick wall, this is a proven method.

Are you looking for a new and useful way to get the most out of your DNA test results? There is no better place to gather all your information into one area for comparison and analysis than a One Name Study! By themselves, Y-chromosome DNA (yDNA) short tandem repeat (STR) markers from a Y-DNA test do not have any particular meaning unless you can create a Y-DNA signature and compare it to others. You are the expert when it comes to researching your own family name. In order to share your knowledge with others, help them find you. Start a One Name Study today!

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Project members are active researchers who are pooling their resources to establish one family connection. Their research may be limited to one family group where alternative spellings are a problem, they may be researching a specific line of ancestors or collecting all references to a name and its variants to prove connections and theories about relationships. Traditional research, as well as DNA research techniques may be employed in order to prove relationships.


in Requests for Project Volunteers by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)

I just sent a request in for the Clark study.  My DNA results are processing through gedmatch and I have the transcription of Thomas Clarke's family Bible to assist with Clarke <--- E sourcing of a portion of this line.


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