How & Where
Home ] Up ]

 

    First of all I want to make it clear that this is a personal, non-commercial site which generates no monetary compensation.  I am not affiliated with any of the organizations doing DNA testing.  I am a family history buff wanting to expand my genealogy knowledge and help others.

    Since males are the exclusive carriers of the Y-chromosome, which passes down through the generations to the common ancestor's lineal male descendants, only males with the surname should be tested for the project. However, a female also can benefit from the DNA technology by having a brother, father, uncle, grandfather, nephew or cousin with the surname participate in the a DNA Project.

    Before joining such a project you should visit Family Tree DNA (FTDNA).  Realize that you do get what you pay for and that the more markers that are tested the better the results.  Family Tree tests with the University of Arizona.  

     CONWAY/CONAWAY/CONNAWAY  PROJECT

    If you arrived at this site because your last name is Conway, Conaway, or Connaway and you wish to be a part if this project and you wish to test with FTDNA, please go to this link to sign up -  http://www.familytreedna.com/   You are financially responsible to FTDNA for your testing.  

HANNAH/HANNON PROJECT

 If you arrived at this site because your last name is Hannah, Hannon, or another variation of this name and you wish to be a part if this project and you wish to test with FTDNA, please go to this link to sign up - http://www.familytreedna.com/    You are financially responsible to FTDNA for your testing.  

You can also see the results of these projects at www.ysearch.org.  Go to that site & search for one of the names.

LEWIS PROJECT

The Lewis Surname DNA Project is located at http://www.lewissurnamednaproject.com/index.html .  With permission of the individuals participating in those related to my husband's ancestor - I have included those results on my web as well as a brief history of those ancestors.

Home