North Carolina Native Heritage Project- Background
Allen, Archard, Arthur, Bailie, Barber, Barbour, Barloe, Barrow, Beasley, Bennet, Bennett, Berde, Berry, Berrye, Bishop, Blount, Borden, Bridger, Bright, Brooke, Brooks, Brown, Browne, Bryan, Bryant, Buck, Burden, Butler, Cage, Cahoon, Cain, Carawan, Caroon, Carron, Carrow, Chapman, Chavis, Cheven, Clement, Collins, Colman, Cooper, Cotsmur, Cox, Croom, Daniel, Dare, Darige, Dorrell, Durrant, Dutton, Earnest, Edwards, Elks, Ellis, English, Evans, Farre, Farrow, Fitspatrick, Florrie, Freeman, Gibbes, Gibbs, Glane, Gramme, Griffin, Gurganus, Harris, Harvie, Harvye, Hemmington, Hersey, Hewet, HInde, Hodges, Hooper, Howe, Hudson, Humfrey, Hynde, Indian, Jackson, Jennette, Johnson, Jones, Kemme, Kersey, Keys, Lasie, Lathan, Lawrence, Lawson, Leary, Little, Long, Lost Colony, LostColony, Lowery, Lucas, Mackey, Mannering, Martin, Martyn, Mayo, Merrimoth, Midgette, Miller, Millet, Milton, Moor, Moore, Mullens, Myllet, Mylton, Native, Newton, Nicholes, Nicols, O'Neal, Padgett, Pain, Paramore, Pattenson, Payne, Phevans, Phevens, Pierce, Pine, Pinkham, Powell, Prat, Pugh, Pyne, Reed, Ricks, Rufoote, Russell, Salter, Sampson, Sawer, Scot, Shaberdge, Simmons, Skipper, Slade, Smart, Smith, Sole, Spencer, Spendlove, Spenser, Squires, Starte, Stevens, Stilman, Sutton, Tappan, Taverner, Taylor, Tidway, Tom, Tomkins, Toms, Topan, Turner, Tydway, Viccars, Wahab, Warner, Warren, Waters, Welches, Welchs, West, White, Wild, Wilde, Wildye, Wiles, Wilkinson, Willes, Williams, Withers, Wood, Wotton, Wright, Wyles, Wythers
This project is for those who have suspected or proven history of Native American heritage, but whose DNA may not allow them to join the Lost Colony or various Native American DNA projects. This grouping will allow participants to work together to prove their heritage.
At the website, www.dnaexplain.com
, under the Publications tab, there are several free papers about Native heritage and how to go about proving it. In addition, those interested in Native hiatory may want to subscribe to the blog, www.nativeheritageproject.com
Very few, if any, e-mails will be sent through the project. To keep current with genetic genealogy information, please subscribe to the blog, www.dna-explained.com
by clicking on the small grey "follow" button on the right side of the page. Not everyone appreciates e-mails from project administrators, and taking a blog approach allows people who are interestd to subscribe without bothering those who aren't. So, please, subscribe to keep current.
To donate to the general fund please