This DNA Donor's Data Page
link accesses a page that was originally designed to show early (manually-entered) BAIRD-BARD-BEARD genetic genealogy information and donor data from all sources, but has since been made rather obsolete by developments and innovations on commercial Websites such as www.FamilyTreeDNA.com
and is now used primarily as a redirect to the more computerized and contemporary Y study pages, and to display the public data emanating from our new password-protected Zoho Website (see info and link below).
The FamilyTreeDNA BAIRD public Y results page
is the best place to find study results that include information about BAIRD FamilyTreeDNA study donors, marker values, Haplo groups, and immigrant ancestors (if known).
The FamilyTreeDNA BAIRD-BARD-BEARD public Y results page
is the best place to find study results that include information about BAIRD-BARD-BEARD study FamilyTreeDNA donors, marker values, Haplo groups, and immigrant ancestors (if known).
(These two "sister" studies were originally somewhat different in their makeup and goals in that the BAIRD study concentrated on the BAIRD surname, and the BAIRD-BARD-BEARD study had a broader, more inclusive global orientation that was composed of many such surname variations. But since that time the FamilyTreeDNA Website has allowed donor members to join more than one study, so now most donors are members of both studies.)
This Zoho-Creator based BAIRD-BARD-BEARD Genetic Genealogy Website
is our latest addition to our resources designed to pull together information of BAIRD-BARD-BEARD and other surname variations from various testing sources. This is a "Cloud" environment and is a closed (private) site that can only be accessed by username and password. This Website can also be altered and changed by its members to display new and different genetic genealogy information in state-of-the-art or innovative ways... A Website designed to develop and change far beyond the short lifespans of its creators and contributors. You must provide donor marker values and a SML (Surname Male Line) to the project administrator to gain access. Under special circumstances other interested parties and/or contributors may also be granted access.