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Posted by: Hazel Clack (ID *****2746) Date: February 18, 2010 at 11:13:01
In Reply to: Re: WARRENS IN GEORGIA by Shirley Barnes of 473

I am not aware as to whether anyone in this Warren line has done the DNA test so I can not tell you what group Lott Warren is in. If someone in this line has done the test perhaps they will come forward and provide the results. I do know that there is a definite need for the Georgia Warren descendents to have the test done so that these Warrens can be seperated into DNA proven Haplogroups.

DNA testing will not tell you who your ancestors are. It will tell you who they are not which can save years of researching the wrong Warren families and making the wrong family connections. The advent of DNA testing put the Warrens in “relationship” groups (Haplogroup) based on the results of the DNA test. It also showed that many past researchers had made errors in their family other words; Rappahannock Warrens, Poynton Warrens, Surry VA Warrens, etc, etc. had sometimes been combined into one family lineage. To learn more about Y-DNA testing go to

To take a look at the test results on the public Warren page go to

If you have a male Warren in your family who will do the test, I suggest using familytreedna and ordering the test Kit through the Warren Surname Project.

This is the link to request to join the Warren Surname Project and order the Y-DNA Kit


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