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Hourihane, Horrigan, Hanrahan, and Horan

Joint DNA Projects
  • 55 members

About us

BEFORE CLICKING JOIN - This is a Y DNA project for MEN bearing the last names HORAN, HANRAHAN, HORRIGAN, and HOURIHANE. See SURNAMES for variations. These are all IRISH surnames. * STATE IN YOUR JOIN request that you have tested Y37 or more. If you are admitted without an FTDNA Y DNA test on file or on order, you will be advised to join the external mailing list and your kit will be housecleaned from the project. * Refer to the first part of the project DNA testing FAQ (offsite!) if you *do not understand* the differences between the male line, female line, and universal lineage types of DNA tests. Email Susan if you have a question from that DNA tutorial: http://jointprojects.dnagen.org/dna/faq.html * All are advised to read the project FAQ: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/hourihane/faq * The JOIN button is NOT for correspondence. Email Susan - DIRECTLY - at hourihanedna@pobox.com if you have questions AFTER reviewing the above materials. * THOSE WITH NON-ELIGIBLE SURNAMES NEED TO REVIEW THE FAQ THEN COMPLETE ** ALL ** THE INFORMATION BELOW AND SUBMIT IT WITH THEIR JOIN REQUEST. * 1. I have read and understand the requirements and policies for non-project surname members as described in the project FAQ and I accept these conditions. INITIALIZE HERE: ____ 2. I have tested 67 or 111 markers. INITIALIZE HERE: ____ 3. List your haplogroup or terminal SNP. Refer to your haplogroup badge on your account dashboard: _____ 4. List the name, email and haplogroup or terminal SNP of your project surname match with lowest Genetic Distance at the highest level of markers tested: Name: _________ Email: ________ Haplogroup:________ 5. List the name, email and haplogroup or terminal SNP of your project surname match with next lowest Genetic Distance at the highest level of markers tested: Name: _________ Email: ________ Haplogroup:________ 6. List additional information we should have explaining the name change: