Munro Project

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About us

The Munro DNA project was initiated in 2001 by North Carolina Munro researchers with the goal that Family Tree DNA would become a repository of Munro DNA worldwide. Participants include bona fide representatives of • certain Foulis-Munro chiefs and cadet branches. • President James Monroe. • banished prisoners of war from the Battle of Worcester: William Monroe of Lexington, MA, (American Revolutionary War fame) and John Munro of Bristol, RI. • Marilyn Monroe Munro DNA Project Privacy Statement As Co-administrators of the Munro Project we give priority to protecting your privacy and to the confidentiality of your personal data. In particular we will not publish your name, e-mail address or other contact details, or share this information with any other project member or other person or organization without your specific written approval. The only personal data we hold is that relevant to meeting the published goals of our project, and which has been made available to us by Family Tree DNA, in the same format as the company makes it available to you, or which you have given us directly by e-mail or by post. We hold this data indefinitely or until you request its deletion. Anonymized data is published on our project website where you may see its current status. You may also request a more updated version directly from the project administrators. We will be pleased to correct any errors in your personal data that you bring to our attention. At your request at any time we will promptly remove your data from our project files. However we cannot retrieve data that has previously been posted in the public domain. In our administration of this project we endeavor to comply with the most recent guidance issued by ISOGG < Project Administrator Guidelines> and by FTDNA <>, and with the Genetic Genealogy Standards <>. We endeavor to respond promptly to any queries or complaints you may make about our handling of your personal data for this project. However you should be aware that some of your concerns might be better forwarded directly to Family Tree DNA. Margaret Bardin DeAnn Monroe Steely - Administrators: Margaret Bardin DeAnn Monroe Steely