Dickason Surname DNA Project

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Member Count: 118
Surnames
Decunson , Dicason , Dickarson , Dickason , Dickens , Dickenson , Dickerman , Dickerson , Dickeson , Dickin , Dickinson , Dickison , Dickon , Dickons , Dickonson , Dickson , Dicon , Diconson , Dicounesson , Dicun , Dikkonson , Dikson , Dixon , Dyason , Dyckenson , Dycson , Dyke , Dykes , Dykstra
Description
Dickason,-er, -in, -en son, etc. Goal is to connect or reject the relationship between the DICKASON lines AND other variant spellings above. We are clearly affected by spelling variants.

Participants MUST send the Group Administrator a single line pedigree from themselves to their earliest known ancestor. Include dates and locations of deaths and births, and spousal information, if known.

Information is available on the website http://www.familytreedna.com/public/DickasonDNA. See Results (a drop-down under the "About This Group" Button at the top left), and "Y-DNA Results" (Button on top banner to the right of the "About this Group" Button).

Note 1: It is cheaper to obtain testing as a group member. See prices by clicking here. As a minimum, it is suggested that you start out with the 25 marker test, preferably 37 marker. Matches at 12 markers mean very little other than ruling someone out as not matching anyone else in the project. If a match is made at 12, an upgrade to at least 25 will be needed. The 25 marker test is available only to project members.
Upgrades to more markers later leads to a higher overall cost. For example, an upgrading from 12 to 25 markers and then later to 37 can add to a total that is greater than if a 37 marker test was purchased at the outset.

Note 2: If you have already tested with one of these companies (Relative Genetics, DNAHeritage, Ancestry, Oxford Ancestors, or Genebase), you can receive a discount on testing at FTDNA click here.

Note 3: See also DIXON surname project for DIXON. Those with DICKSON may want to consider the DIXON and/or DICKASON Projects. You can belong to several projects simultaneously.
Background

Contact Group Administrator by clicking this link.

There are currently (9-1-2014) 106 participants that have submitted y-DNA.
64 members have been assigned to 9 groups. The remaining 40 are unassigned.
The numbers noted here will not agree with the count at the top of the Project Profile Page depending how long it has been since an update.

Each of the groups do NOT relate to each other, nor do the unassigned relate to any other participants.

There are currently a few members participating on the basis of mt-DNA or Family Finder results.
However, there is no attempt to tabulate, or discuss these results. This is a y-DNA project.

Click on the About This Group button at the top left, then on Goals in the drop-down menu for a discussion of the Goals. 
 
Click on the About This Group button at the top left, then on Results in the drop-down menu for a discussion of the identified groups in the project.

Click on the Y-DNA Results button to the right of the About This Group button for the actual STR and SNP data. It is possible to print the y-DNA Chart as follows: 1) Right click on the chart, then Select All; 2) then Copy; 3) Paste into an open Excel spreadsheet; 4) Delete extraneous cells, save, and print.


See "History of the Dickason (and variants) name" by clicking on the About This Group button, then News in the drop-down menu.

It is suggested that you start with, as a minimum, with the 25 marker test, preferably 37 markers. Matches at 12 markers mean very little other than ruling someone out as not matching anyone else in the project. If a match is made at 12, an upgrade to at least 25 will be needed. Ordering testing in stages makes the cost overall more expensive.

Attention: Participants MUST send a single line pedigree from you to your earliest known ancestor to the Group Administrator. Include dates and locations of deaths and births. Include spousal information if known. If possible include the brothers and sisters of those in your direct line to your ancestor.


Note 1: All participants of the National Geographic Genographic DNA Project who are descended on a direct paternal line from Dickason or variants, e.g., Dickinson, Dixon, Dickerson, Dickenson, etc.are welcome to join this y-DNA Project! You can do so by ordering from your personal page.

NOTE 2: See also DIXON surname project for DIXON. Those with DICKSON may want to consider the DIXON and/or DICKASON Projects. You can belong to several projects simultaneously.

If you have been aided in your genealogical research by use of this website, please consider making a donation to the project using the link below. Thanks.
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