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Posted by: Rita Chesterton (ID *****3106) Date: July 15, 2010 at 06:33:17
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Attention all CHESTERTON researchers. There is now at CHESTERTON DNA PROJECT at

Two Chesterton males have already requested DNA Test Kits. We now await their results and a chance to compare their markers.

As you know, the surname Chesterton is Anglo-Saxon, deriving from any one of the various places called Chesterton, in Cambridgeshire, Gloucestershire, Huntingdonshire, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire and Warwickshire.

By becoming a participant in the new Chesterton DNA Project, you will have a chance to compare your own DNA with the DNA of all participating Chesterton males. If your markers are a match, it means you share a common ancestor within a certain timeframe. You will be able to communicate with 'your matches', and possibly break through that frustrating brick wall. If you wish to participate: You must be a MALE who carries the CHESTERTON surname. Go to: and insert your surname into the search box. You will be taken to the Chesterton DNA Project page where there are directions on how to participate. Thank you!

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