I am seeking a participant for a Y-DNA project, where
the Kealy surname is being identified with a specific
Y-Chromosome signature - these are 12 markers in length;
like numbers (alleles) with other numbers (results)
placed underneath them (marker steps or repeats).
There are two Kealy participants in this project already,
but they do not share the same ancestry. To establish
a Kealy haplotype, only a few more test results are
needed. You can see my project at http://familytreedna.com/public/KielySurnameProject and
follow the links on the left of the page to join.
I can give away only one free test, unfortunately.
I appeal to Kealys with traced ancestry in Ireland
(legitimized) to come forward and make history by
establishing a Y-DNA match with another Kealy (do
not have to be cousins etcetera to be related in the DNA),
and establish what we call a Kealy haplotype. The
more results the better for this sub-project within the
Kiely Surname Project. Thank you. Please email me if you
have any questions.
~ Gregory Kiely
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