The Warburton DNA Project welcomes all participants. We encourage you to join today!
Our project was started in 2006, but only moved to Family Tree DNA in 2011. We have already made some exciting discoveries, and expect to make many more.
Participating is an opportunity to uncover information not provided in the paper records, which will help with your family history research. We will also discover which family trees are related. As the project progresses, the results for the various family trees will provide information about the evolution of the surname.
This DNA Project is part of the Warburton One-Name Study. You can learn more about this significant research, and the associated family trees, by visiting The Warburton Website at:
The project is registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies. See: http://one-name.org/profiles/Warburton.html
The Y DNA test tells you about your direct male line, which would be your father, his father, and back in time. You must be a male Warburton to take this test. If you believe there is a Warburton in your direct male line, although you have a different surname, you are also welcome to participate. If you are female, you will need to find a direct line male in your family tree to participate and represent your tree.
We encourage males to order a Y-DNA test for 37 markers, if possible. If you order less markers, you can upgrade later, though this costs a little more.
Both males and females may also be interested in learning about their direct female line, which would be their mother, their mother's mother, and back in time. Both men and women inherit mtDNA, although only women pass it on. To explore your direct female line, you would order a mtDNA test. For matches in a genealogical time frame, order the mtDNA Plus test.
Both the Y DNA and the mtDNA test results contain no personal information, and you will match or be a close match to those to whom you are related. This is an opportunity to learn more about your origins and ancestry.
Order your test kit TODAY, at the bottom of this page, or visit the web site shown above for more information.