The MINGUS Project

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Date: 2 Apr 2019
Location: Menzies International Genealogy Under Study, Inc. is an IRS approved 501(c)3 nonprofit public charity. Incorporated under Virginia law. Federal EIN: 84-2768659.map
Surnames/tags: Menzies Menzie Minnis
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Research, develop, and publish a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of Menzies genealogical and DNA origins. Engage the worldwide audience and reconstruct lost ancestral family connections via both DNA and conventional research, revealing the worldwide 'Menzies' heritage stories to a worldwide audience in a charitable, educational and cultural context, via WikiTree.

Some of the MINGUS Inc. Team



Officially launched in Nov. 2018, the Menzies DNA Project aims to break new ground in what’s known about the surname and other names associated with the Menzies Clan. The project and testing are offered through FamilyTreeDNA and primarily focuses on reading the male Y chromosome to document lineages, place surname branches into genetic families by matching lineages and solve historical mysteries. https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/menzies-surname/about/background

Menzies y-DNA graphing
Menzies Worldwide Immigrations

Arbroath 2020 Festival has been postponed until 2021 and will open in April and run until September. Now branded as the Arbroath 2020 + 1 Festival will celebrate The Declaration of Arbroath’s 701st Anniversary- Please change your diary dates to 2021

https://vimeo.com/401599947 Excellent video produced by this project, and made available to the public via vimeo

One of our research projects was accepted for this study The exhibition will display biographies, genealogical charts and coats of arms of 16 individuals associated with the Declaration, as well as information on another 33 ‘signatories.’ It will also present the findings of genetic genealogy research, using DNA test results and documentary evidence. The aim is to find living descendants of the ‘signatories’ who knew nothing about their medieval ancestry, and discover how DNA can reveal more about these unknown ancestries. The research is being carried out by staff and postgraduate students of the University of Strathclyde’s Genealogical Studies Postgraduate Programme and is funded by the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy.

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