A detailed report on progress with the study so far, including the detailed findings by family name can be accessed on this page.
Key headline findings from the study so far are:-
Manx Y-DNA Study 5 Year Progress Report - published 31 Dec 2015 - Updated 7th Jan 2016
Please note that as a result of feedback following the issue of these documents a number of key corrections have been made in the analysis and text after the identification of several wrong assumptions on the author's part. The most obvious sign of that is that the Scandinavian origin percentage has reduced to 25% from 33%. Apologies for any confusion this might cause - JAC
In order to make this report more easily readable and useable it has been divided into smaller sections as follows:-
Those detailed results for each person tested through FTDNA can be seen here. More will be available in time, as will the analysis. If your family name is incompletely tested or not all and you have a male candidate bearing your name and you wish to take part please feel free to contact me.
The project continues to need financial support as well as further testing candidates. Each Y-37 test costs $150/£100 and anyone can make a donation on line to the project here
I should stress that there is still a long way to go in time and effort before the precise early origins of these Manx male lines can be fully determined and so the project will continue for the foreseeable future. I will try and keep these above detailed results up to date as new information becomes available.
If you have questions or comments on the project then please feel free to contact me, John Creer, here
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