Seeking males with the OAKMAN (or variants) surname to participate in DNA testing.
The Y-chromosome is passed from father to son unchanged, except for the occasional mutation. Testing the Y-chromosome provides a genetic finger print of 12, 15, 25, 37 or 67 numbers. By comparing this finger print to others with the OAKMAN surname, we can determine if they are related.
I'm hoping DNA testing might help determine how our OAKMAN ancestors connect ... or not!
To join the OAKMAN DNA Project please visit http://www.familytreedna.com/public/oakman/
Vicki Strickland (nee OAKMAN)
Oakman DNA Project Administrator
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