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Searls yDNA Project and holiday season specials
Posted by: f j (ID *****9191) Date: November 19, 2011 at 00:18:40
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If you have been considering joining the Searle and variants yDNA Project to compare your Searle lineage with other Searle men, find new relatives, or possibly a place of origin, now is a great time to join.

We have men tested with links back to Suffolk, Essex, Cornwall, Devon and Bristol in England. Our members are from the USA, Canada, Australia, and the UK.
Will your family match any of our members??
(variants of name include; Searl, Searls, Searles, Serl, Sarles, Sirls, Surles, etc )

One of the companies we use in our yDNA Project are having "Holiday Season specials" for new members wishing to join and for existing members wishing to order upgrades.

As the Searle yDNA Project compares the yDNA of males, which follows the same lineage as a mans fathers, fathers, father etc.. the test results used in our project are from the 37 or 67 yDNA tests.

For more information on our project and the "specials' please visit our webpage, or send me an email;
http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/searle



Cheers
Frances
Searle Project Admin



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