A detailed reports on progress with the study so far, including the detailed findings by family name can be accessed on this page.
Currently the key headline findings from the study so far are:-
Manx Y-DNA Study Progress Reports
In order to make this information more easily readable and useable, it has been divided into smaller sections as follows:-
Furthermore, an analysis has been recently carried out by Chris Keig examining the possible connection between a number of Manx families and the Viking Kings of Mann - see here
Those detailed results for each person tested through FTDNA can be seen here. More will be available in time, as will the analysis. If your family name is incompletely tested or not all and you have a male candidate bearing your name and you wish to take part please feel free to contact me.
The project continues to need financial support as well as further testing candidates. Each Y-37 test costs $119/£90 and anyone can make a donation on line to the project here.
A few family names are not yet fully or partially tested and so suitable candidate are still sought. See here
A full summary of the project results and output has been published in "Isle of Man Studies" - The Proceedings of the Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society - Vol XVII - see the index here
If you have questions or comments on the project then please feel free to contact me, John Creer, here
If you have any questions about this site please contact John A Creer. Copyright John A Creer 2010-2023