Anglo-Saxon Y-DNA

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About us

The goal of the project is to find common ancestors and the differences  between various Germanic Tribes.  


Old English surnames

Adlam, Ashley, Alden, Beasant, Blakemore,Bourne, Brown,Buckley, Bunce, Burlingame, Bush, Burbridge, Cheek, Clemonts, Coope Coldwell, Cotton, Crompton, Crutchley, Currington,Crowder,Claridge,Duke,Dukes, Earle, Fisc, Fiske,Foy,GarsideGarthside Gartside, Godwin ,Goodwin, Gale, Graham, Harrison, Helton, Holt,Hamet,Hammett, Johnson, Keats, Lee, Lennon,Lock, Luxford, Mabbott, Melling, Melton, Mildenhall, Mendenhall, Newbury, Newberry, Newbery, Oldham, Outerbridge, Penney, Penny, Reeve, Reeves, Rudge, Rudges , Ruidge, Roidge, Rutdge, Rutge, Rudych, Rutch, Rutche, Ruitge,Rivers, Read, Rischer, Rischer, Sagar, Sherman, Sharman, Shearman, Shurman, Smith, Smit, Smithe, Smither, Smithers, Smithies, Smithy, Smyth, and Smythe, Spooner, Sweet, Sweete, Swett, Swet, Sweat, Stampes, Stamper, Thorne, Thorne, Torp, Thorp, Thorpe, Twynam,Taylor, Townsend, Townend, Ward , Watt, Wheatley, Whatley, Whitley, Wheatleigh, WhitneyWithers, Wyther, Wither, Williams.

Frisian Surnames

Krull, Kruse, Kühl, Lafrenz, Liesche, Loose, Maas, Mackeprang, Marquardt, Meislahn, Micheel, Mildenstein, Olderog, Petersen, Pott, Prüssing, Rahlf, Ramberg, Rauert, Reimer, Rickert, Rieck, Riessen, Röpke, Rosenberger, Ruge, Sähn, Sass, Scheel, Schmalfeldt, Schmidt, Schwenn, Schult, Schümann, Schütt, Schwiesau, Sengerob, Serk, Sievert, Spangenberg, Spieckermann, Stender, Stockfisch, Störtenbecker, Stöterog, Suchsdorf, Tardel, Thode, Thomsen, Tiedemann, Treimer, Venninghausen, Unbehauen, Voderberg, Voss, Wacker, Weiland, Wendel, Wiepert, Wilder, Wilken, Wisser, Witt, Wittrock, Wohler, Wulf.



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