To any decendants of Deed or Dade.. Help! [closed]

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I am trying to pin together the disparate lines of Deed and Dade. There is a lack of paper record, or where they exist clarity, over which if any of the lines relate to each other and if so at such point we diverge.

To date I am the only Deed to have taken a yDNA test (no Dade had done so). However, I have been found to belong to a very small yDNA haplogroup (only two known samples to date including myself). This should allow a high confidence shared ancestry if other surname Deed it Dade were found to match and help prove the semi mythological links between our lines.

I should encourage any male descendant of Deed or Dade with an interest in this subject to take a y test for at least 37 markers, preferably more, or if you become an addict such as me then Big-Y or equivalent (this will highlight your haplogroup in much greater detail).
closed with the note: y-chromosome testing via ysearch.org suggests no relationship with the male descendants of Deed (58P22) and those of Dade (QY4GW).
in The Tree House by Ben Deed G2G1 (1.0k points)
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As an aside I have now established a Y surname project at family tree dna. It may be possible for strong candidates to receive a small discount on testing. Please get in touch.
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