There are currently 24 members signed up to the project. A total of 18 results are now in, which includes welcome donations of data from individuals who had undergone testing prior to the launch of the project. Among these 18 haplotypes all are different except for four and two pair might be distantly related. These results surprised us, as we were not expecting to see such a diversity of origins. It is clear that our understanding of the adoption of surnames way back in time may need revision, and that the number male Ramseys and Ramsays arriving in the States over 200 years ago may also be greater than we expected.