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Beatty Name Study

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Surnames/tags: Beatty Baty beaty
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This profile is part of the Beatty Name Study.


Project Information

How to Join

Open to everyone at any participation level. To join, just add [[Category:Beatty Name Study Members]] to your own biography, and then also click the edit button of this space page and add your name to the bottom in the === Member list and what we're working on === section. Be sure to add what you're working on. You can come back and edit or update your efforts at any time.

In the === Family research projects === section you can post any brick wall ancestors or areas where you need help with research or if you are seeking collaboration on projects. Feel free to edit this area and update it as you see fit.

Another easy way to collaborate and stay connected on Beatty surname topics is to add Beatty to your followed tags, and put the Beatty One Name Sticker on your Ranck ancestor profiles.

Please contact the project leader SJ Baty or post a comment to the right if you have any questions. Thanks!


This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about one surname and the variants of that name. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect.


If you would like to add your Beatty profile, add this code above the
== Biography == line:

{{One Name Study|name=Beatty}}

Your profile will be added to the study and this sticker will appear at on the top of the profile:
This profile is part of the Beatty Name Study.

Beatty Surname Variants

Batie, Batison, Batisoun, Baty, Beaty, Beatty, Beattie, Beattison, Bette, Betty

Beatty name resources

If you know of any resources, please link them here:

  • The New Beatty Project: Genealogy Archives and Related Information from The Beatty Project 2000; Baty, Beaty, Beatty, Beattie, Beatty and other spellings. The Beatty DNA Project Origins of "Adam" - Progenitor of Group 1.

Project Actvities

Project Task List

Ongoing project tasks and goals:

  1. Add {{One Name Study|name=Beatty}} to profiles of Beatty families.
  2. Monitor the Beatty Surname Activity Feed.
  3. Monitor the Beatty Surname dbErrors page.
  4. United States Research:
    • First occurence of Surname?
    • Locate, catalog and share immigration arrival information for Beatty families.
    • Track the Beatty migration westward from the original colonies.
  1. Scots-Irish migration
    • Find and share resources from Scotland to Ireland, Ireland to the New World.
    • Coordinate DNA research between the Americas, Ireland, and Scotland
    • Obtain and publish ship's manifest lists for migrations to the New World.
  1. Encourage research and interaction between Wikitree and the Beatty Project and the Beatty DNA Projects.

Project Discussion

Links to G2G threads about Beatty name discussions. If you create a discussion, please put a link to it here:

Family research projects

If you have a specific category that would like added, please put it here. Brick wall ancestors are welcome.

  1. John Beatty
    • Find a male patrilineal descendant of John Beatty in order to obtain a DNA sample and add this Beatty family to the known DNA resources.

Member list and what we're working on

Please post a quick introduction of yourself and list what Beatty research interests you have an your current Beatty Genealogy interests.

Peter D Beattie FISTC(ret) - tell us what you're working on Peter! ;-)

SJ Baty - I am currently developing the Beatty Name Study page & publicizing it to attract new members.

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Beatty Family Tartan
Beatty Family Tartan

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