iCARA  irish caribbean ancestry - reconnecting through dna


What is iCARA?

A bit of Background

The History Centre

Reconnecting with your Irish Ancestry

The DNA Project

Facebook, Blog, & social media

Contact Us


Join the DNA project

The DNA Results

Here is the results page at FTDNA. This shows the number of people currently tested, their surname, their MDKA (Most Distant Known Ancestor) and the year and place of his birth, the Haplogroups of the members tested, and the actual marker values of each person tested. All the data is anonymised for privacy reasons so that no single individual can be identified. The project is constantly growing so check back frequently for the latest results.

The pedigrees (direct male lines) of those people who have tested are supplied in a table here. Where available, there are links to online trees.

The results are discussed in the interactive blog section of the website. This section provides an analysis of new results as they come in and allows other people to comment and ask questions so that everyone benefits from what we learn through the project.

What is DNA and how can it help?

How DNA can help pinpoint your Ancestral Homeland

How DNA can connect you with distant cousins

Joining the DNA Project

What to expect from your results

Sponsored Surnames

Seeking Sponsorship List

The DNA Results

Maurice Gleeson

May 2013

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Last update: May 2013

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