I am seeking direct descendant males of the KEACH family who are willing to have a DNA test in order to prove or disprove a relationship between the Rhode Island / Connecticut KEACH line and the other KEACH lines. The Keach Surname DNA Project was created to act as a meeting point where Keach Researchers who have stumbled upon paper trail road blocks can choose to have a DNA test done to further their options. This Project's goal is two-fold. Firstly, to determine if the different Keach lines share a common male ancestor. Secondly, to determine if other spelling variations are related. The Keach Surname DNA project is open to anyone with the unique surname Keach. In addition, anyone with the following similar sounding surnames are also welcome: Keech, Keachie, Keetch. Prove or disprove a relationship between the Rhode Island / Connecticut KEACH line and the other KEACH lines.
Using genetic testing to supplement conventional genealogy for the KENDALL families. The study in international in scope and includes any/all variaions of the surname KENDALL: KINDALL, KENDLE, KINDLE, KENDELL, KINDEL, KINNELL, KINDL and many others.
The World-wide KENNEDY Surname DNA Project linking KENNEDY family trees through DNA testing. KENNEDYS from Scotland, Ireland, England, USA, Canada, Australia and anywhere else. Vendor neutral help and advice to potential Kennedy DNA testers and discussion of the results.
KENNERLY, KENERLEY, KINNERLY, KENLY, etc families are invited to join this DNA project. The project helps genealogy research on the family history in North Carolina with an emphasis on Cabarrus, Rowan, and Iredell Counties.
Members of the Kent Family & DNA project have collectively conducted years of research in archives, courthouses, manuscripts and special collections with the common goal of linking our genetic cousins together. This is a volunteer group and there is no cost to join. Benefits of being a member include posting your lineage at the Patriarch page, being informed when new results or lineages are available and automatically receiving other news of interest pertinent to the Kent Family & DNA project. Your comfort level of participation is respected.
An O'Keeffe yDNA group has been started at Family Tree DNA. This will include the variant spellings of the surname and is open to those tested with the male O'Keeffe y-chromosomes. This group is hoping to attract those O'KEEFFE, O
The KEEP DNA Project has been successful in discovering KEEP family connections not previously known to exist. Those who wish to begin or further their genealogical knowledge of their KEEP, KEP, KEPE, KEEPE ancestral lines, or to discover related family members with similar aims, may find DNA project not only helpful but essential. The site also contains a huge amount of KEEP family history.