The Bucher/Beecheretc. Surname Project
Our Y-DNA saliva test via U.S. mail can reveal your ancestors if you are a male with a surname shown above (or any similar-sounding variant with Soundex Code B-260.) Click "Join Request" above and choose a Y-DNA-12 marker or Y-DNA-37 marker test. The less-expensive 12-marker test can reveal IF you are related. A detailed 37-marker test can better tell WHEN you were related -- how many generations ago -- and WHO you are closest to. Click "Y-DNA Results" above then Colorized to see our results. Some of our findings: Beechers in CT (John Beecher 1594-1637) match Y-DNA with 1600's Germans revealing their original surname is Bücher. Bücher is the original surname of 1700's Pennsylvanians who today are Beecher, Beacher, Beicher, Biecher, and Bicher, all unrelated to CT Beechers. Many different Becker families exist. Many unique Bucher lines existed in 1700's America. TN Booher males match Bucher ancestors in Lancaster Co. PA. Booker is often originally Bucher descending from VA. PA Buchen males do not match any Bucher, disproving old family trees that assumed they were the same. American males share DNA with males living in Europe proving where the immigrants came from.
Other surnames in Project
Beacher, Becher, Becker, Beecher, Beicher, Beougher, Bicher, Biecher, Bisher, Bocher, Boecher, Boocher, Boogher, Booher, Booker, Bougher, Buche, Buchen, Bucher, Buchern, Buchter, Bucker, Buckert, Buecher, Bugher, Bushar, Busher, Bücher
Join the Bucher/Beecheretc. surname project
If you want to join the Bucher/Beecheretc. project please order your DNA test here.