Crow, Crowe, Craw,

  • 504 members

About us

To our visitors:
Please note that the FTDNA Crow Surname Group Administrators are not FTDNA employees. They do not receive any form of financial payment or any other incentive or reimbursement.

Please note the "Click on buttons tabs" on the gray tabs at the left side of this page and click on each button for the "rest of the Crow DNA Story". The Y-Results button will open the test results page and it will load slowly because of the large number of Crow results, and depending on your computer and it's connection speed to the internet, so please be patient as the chart and world map of Crows loads! Don't forget to click on the little red map pins (balloons) to see which Crow lived in that area of the World, and when!

The Crow(e) Study was started in Jan. 2003 and has grown to a membership of over 300 members.

Seventeen unrelated (in modern times) Crow DNA family groups of Crows have been identified that were in the USA before 1850, with one of the 17 group's oldest "Green" DNA Crows reportedly dating back to, Sir William Crow, born 1547, Isle of Man, DNA Kit 28728.

"Why not let let DNA testing for genealogy purposes take you and your family on a Family History Trip of a Life Time, without even leaving home!"