If you have already tested with the Genographic Project you can also join this project at no extra charge. Simply log in to your Genographic Project page, go to the section "What else can I do with my results", click on "Learn more" and follow the instructions.
If you have taken an autosomal DNA test with another company you can transfer your results free of charge to the FTDNA database in order to join this project and to benefit from matches within FTDNA's large international database. For details about the autosomal DNA transfer programme click here.
To learn more about how DNA testing can help your family history research we recommend that you read the following short article. We encourage males who order a Y-DNA test to order 37 markers, if possible.
All Y-DNA tests ordered through this project are at the discounted project rate which represents a small saving on the standard FTDNA price.
A General Fund has been established in conjunction with Family Tree DNA to provide a central repository for donations to assist with the cost of DNA testing of key descendants and to split the cost of testing between all interested parties. The fund is maintained independently by the testing company. Contributors can either make a general contribution to the fund or specify that their donation should be used to test a specific participant. Contributions can also be made "in memory" of a family member. Donations can be accepted in any currency via credit card. To make a donation, visit the General Fund section at the bottom of this page.
The Cruwys/Cruse/Cruise/Crewes DNA Project is an independent genealogical research study run by a volunteer project administrator. The group administrator receives no payment or incentives from Family Tree DNA or from any other organisation or institution. There is no guarantee that every participant will match anyone in the DNA project or in the wider Family Tree DNA database.
Member information and data obtained from the Cruwys Project must be attributed to the project, the administrator and Family Tree DNA. Please notify the administrator when using data for public or private research.
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