Caudill Surname DNA Project

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Member Count: 81
Cadle, Caudel, Caudell, Caudill, Caudle, Cordell, Cordial, Cottle
As of October, 2013
1. We have established the Caudell’s, Caudill’s, and Cordell's share a recent common ancestor. There’s a one-step mismatch in one of our two Caudell samples.
2. We have established that the Caudill’s and Cordell’s share a common ancestor. The matching Cordell sample hails from Kentucky. We have one unrelated Cordell sample.
3. We established that the Cadle’s, from West Virginia, are not related to the Caudill’s, Caudell’, Cordell’s.

We welcome and encourage participants with variant surname spellings.

We’re trying to get at least two samples from every line.

We’re soliciting samples from the following lines:
A. James Caudill, Jr., b. abt. 1753
B. Abner Caudill, b. abt. 1773
C. Matthew Caudill, b. abt. 1766
D. William Caudle, b. abt. 1800, Brunswick, VA
E. John Caudle, b. abt. 1800, Brunswick, VA
F. Moses Caudle, b. abt. 1761, Halifax, VA
G. Absalom Caudle, Sr., b. abt. 1757, Halifax, VA
H. Jesse P. Caudill, b. abt. 1795, Wilkes NC
J. David Caudill, b. abt. 1734
K. Bledsoe Caudle, b. late 1700's, NC
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