Aumack YDNA Surname Project - Goals

The goal of the Aumack DNA Surname Project is verify if an individual shares a surname or a paternal line.

Why choose this test?

Choose this test if you wish to search the paternal surname line (father’s father’s father’s line).  In this case for surnames Aumack, Amak, Aumick, Aumock, Omick


Choose this test if you are searching for direct paternal connections between men with different surnames – examples: adoption, name changes, illegitimacy,

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Choose this test if searching for clues to paternal geographic or deep ancestry


Who to test?

A male carrying the paternal surname. Women can ask a male relative carrying the paternal surname to take the Y‐DNA test.


How many markers?

Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) offers 12, 25, 37, 67 and 111‐marker tests.  Males are advised to test at either Y-DNA37 or Y-DNA67. The more markers compared, the greater the confidence that the match is recently related.


How to Join the Project


Click on the JOIN REQUEST tab along the top menu of this page.