In German below (still coming). Auf Deutsch unten (noch kommend). If you are looking to log into your personal FTDNA page, go to the main FamilyTree DNA and log in from there with your kit number and password. Welcome to the Binkley/Pinkley DNA Project. According to the 1990 Federal Census, Binkley is the 4209th most popular surname and Pinkley is the 18,508th most popular. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau https://www.census.gov/topics/population/genealogy.html.) The Binkleys in America family researchers have found many family groups with various spellings for the Binkley surname. However, no records have been located to connect these families yet. Hopefully, DNA testing will assist in crumbling these brick walls as well as your brick wall. Only the males with the surname of Binkley/Pinkley (and variant spellings) can be tested. If you aren't male and/or don't carry the surname please assist by locating possible candidates to test, such as a cousin who carries the Binkley/Pinkley surname. Each of you who can't test could also consider contributing financially to those who can. It is recommended that anyone wishing to test to consider at least a 37 or 67 marker test as this provides a more accurate match. In order to find DNA matches, a tester needs to submit his pedigree chart and also allow his DNA to be available to the public. It is also imperative that we post genealogical data that has good documentation to minimize errors. If you share data that is speculative, please clearly state so. Again, welcome to the DNA study. Hope you enjoy your visit and that you will be the one to provide or find the person that will be the missing link we all need! This project was founded May 17, 2005 by Pat Smith. Dieses Projekt wurde Mai 17, 2005 durch Pat Smith gegründet. Project Goals:1) To determine the relationships among the various Binkleys/Pinkleys family groups. 2) To find other Binkley lines that come from other European countries (Switzerland, Germany, or ???) 3) To overcome brick walls for some Binkley and Pinkley researchers who don't have a paper trail to connect themselves back to the earliest known progenitors. 4) To find new cousins in Europe and America with whom they can join forces to further their lineage.
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