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Beasley

All Beasley's, All Spellings, World Wide
  • 98 members

About us

The Beasley Project is a One-name study of the genealogy, ancestry, relationships, history and migration of Beasley, Beesley, Beazley, Beezley and other variants and their descendants. The Beasley Genealogy Project has been registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies in 2010. The priority is YDNA testing of men with the Beasley surname to identify genetic lineages worldwide and support traditional genealogical research.

We welcome all Beasley surnamed men of any spelling worldwide. Non-Beasley men may be included if their YDNA Haplotype matches Beasley men. Joining the Beasley YDNA project is useful if you are a male Beasley (any spelling) and have taken a YDNA test or wish to take a YDNA test. Without your own test, there is nothing to see or do by being a member.

There is a separate group for Autosomal testing called Beasley Family Finder. If you are a Beasley or related to Beasley's (any spelling) AND you have taken an autosomal DNA test OR you WANT to take an autosomal test (Family Finder) that's where you want to be.

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS:

1. Only men have the Y Chromosome and can take the YDNA test. This is the most effective way of identifying surname relationships.

2. We already have a lot of information and it may not be necessary to have YDNA testing to learn your Beasley ancestry. ASK US!

3. The main Beasley Genealogy Project website at http://beasleygenealogy.net/ is the BEST place to participate in the discussion and extensive compiling of Beasley information. Everything useful here will be shared at the Beasley Project website.

4. If you have been referred by one of the Beasley Project administrators, please mention who referred you.

The surnames in this DNA Project are researched as part of the Beasley One-Name Study. You can learn more about this significant research, and the associated family trees, by visiting the one-name study website or contacting the Project Administrator.