The following link will take you a to DNA success story for two men with the Shields surname:
Shortcut to: http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=10396
However, there are several Allison and Ellison DNA success stories that have happened very recently within our surname DNA project.
Go to the Allison/Ellison DNA Results webpage at
Scroll down to Groups G, H, and I. These lucky participants have each found a new cousin with whom to share genealogical research.
One of the most important lessons that we have learned as a result of DNA testing is that men with the various spellings of Ellyson, Ellison, Elliston and Allison all share the same ancestors. The surname spellings have changed over time, but Y-chromosome DNA is passed down through the generations from father to son for hundreds of years with very little change. That's why DNA testing is so helpful in finding long-lost cousins with whom you can share genealogical research.
If you're in need of a new avenue of research to help you hurdle your ELLYSON "brick wall", you may want to consider finding a male relative who HAS the ELLYSON surname and encourage him to join the Allison/Ellison DNA Project. You can contact me privately for details.
Mary Allison Yonan
Co-ordinator, Allison/Ellison DNA Project
Allison/Ellison DNA Project Results website:
Member of the International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG)
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