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How Large is Our Study?

This study as I have posted before is a global study, but mainly the UK. Scotland is where my own ancestors come from so you will see often posts about the counties I study and mainly Ayrshire and the surrounding counties.

Just to show how large of a study we have in research on American Ancestors we have the following number of Hunters found:

Category
Census, Tax and Voter Lists (1318176)
Vital Records (incl. Bible, Cemetery, Church and SSDI)(752689)
Journals and Periodicals (8355)
Military Records (4779)
Court, Land and Probate Records (2551)
Genealogies, Biographies, Heraldry, and Local Histories (1929)
1) Massachusetts: Grand Lodge of Masons Membership Cards,
1733-1990 (655)
2) Dutchess County, NY: The Settlers of the Beekman Patent (364)
3) Missouri: Opening the Ozarks: First Families of Southwest
Missouri, 1835-1839 (195)
Immigration Records (292)
Great Migration Study Project (86)

Evidence Analysis for a DNA Research Project

The Hunter DNA Project Study I am conducting will be of seven Hunter males who have agreed to participate in this study and if you are willing to do so, please contact me. I will need your kit number, family tree, and whether you have the testing results of either Y-DNA37, Y-DNA67 or Y-DNA111, and where you had your test done.

I myself have my DNA results on FamilyTreeDNA and have over 300 different cousins I can compare, but as we all know the male Y-DNA is what I will need for this project.

I am just beginning in this study and would love help if any of you would care to assist me. I have registered a new project but it is only a surname study, but you can add your kit to that project so we can work together in proving our common ancestor. (familytreedna.com)

Yours aye,

Carol

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