You may want to join the growing Phelps group on Facebook: Phelps Genealogy in America. There are many members who are willing to help out and it's a great way to meet new cousins!
Phelps Related forums, projects and web sites
SNP developments in the E1a1/M44 Phelps web sites
- yDNA SNPs and Genealogy (by DK Phelps)
- SNPs Introduction at the FTDNA Learning Center
Advanced SNP Topics and Implications for Genealogy (by DK Phelps)
Understanding the SNP Testing Results of the M44/E1a1 Phelps of Caswell Co, NC, Albemarle Co, VA, and Baltimore Co, Md.
- A detailed SNP video from basics to advanced, at a Who Do you think you are presentation
Other Phelps DNA Projects
The Northeast NC Phelps project which accepts other types of DNA testing
and the related Phelps of NE NC Google Site,
The New England Phelps DNA project which accepts other types of DNA testing. Their yDNA-genealogy site is Here, maintained by Dorothy Gellai and Brian Phelps along with support from New England Phelps members. Two related google forums (see the NE England Project administrator.)
Southern Phelps Research Sites
Southern yDNA Phelps Lineages site, searchable by Y-DNA kit number or other phrases.
A Repository of Genealogical Research on Southern Phelps Families of the 18th and 19th Centuries ,
The blog, Phelps Family Research Team Blog
Descendants of Nicholas and Hannah Baskel Phelps, Perquimans Co, NC A free yDNA test may be available for descendants of this line
Extensive comment on the three lines (maybe 5) with a common ancestor: James of Caswell Co, NC, Thomas of Albemarle Co, VA, and Thomas Felps of Baltimore Co, Md. Opinion by Douglas Phelps, moved to the Southern Phelps Lineages site here
Private google forums/groups. You may request to join
- Phelps E1a1 Haplogroup - SNP M44
Descendantsof Walter Phelps of Maryland b.1680
Common ancestor of 3 Phelps lines This is a restricted group of 12 members created for strictly for research of a common ancestor.