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The Morse-2 Surname Project

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This is a FREE website with NO membership requirements. Joining a FTDNA surname group automatically qualifies you for FTDNA's discount on all kits ordered. UPDATED 24 February 2013: Thus far we have several groups of MORSE / MOSS y-DNA signatures represented in our study. These groups will be easy for you to identify on our color-coded chart. Click on our website link above. Then choose the 'yDNA Results' tab to see the chart. The purpose of this study is to use DNA analysis of the Y-chromosome to determine the descendants of the MORSE / MOSS families who entered the middle and southern colonies(including Maryland)in the 1600s and 1700s. These results will be mingled with MORSE New England lines that share the same y-DNA as some southern lines.We also seek to test participants representing lines from the United Kingdom in order to find the origin of our American lines. SOME LINES ALREADY REPRESENTED BY y-DNA MARKERS &/OR RESEARCH IN OUR GROUP ARE: Ebenezer Moss / Morse who lived in Prince William County, VA in the mid-1700s, Spartanburg County, SC in the late 1700s, and Caldwell County, KY in the early 1800s. Gilbert Moss of York County, SC William & Anthony Morse of Massachusetts & New Hampshire Benjamin MossJohn Moss 1634John Moss 1700John Moss 1801David Moss of TN, married Catherine PriceGabriel Moss in SC 1806Abner Moss in SC 1787Ebenezer and Obadiah Moss of Prince George County, MD; Mathew and Sylvester Moss of Prince William County, VA; Samuel Morse of Granville County, NC; Moss/Morse Surname of York County, SC; James Morse of Greenville County, SC;Mason Morss / Moss of Spartanburg County,SC & Giles County, TN;Ebenezer and Obadiah Morse of Westmoreland County, VA.William C. Moss in NC, 1800.We are looking for male, direct-line descendants of these & other Moss / Morse families who are interested in testing and or sharing their research.In this study we hope to identify the DNA signature of these early families. Knowing the family line that contains our ancestors will lead to more productive research by eliminating the lines that are not related.DNA may be the only way to separate these families into distinct family units because so many documents are lacking. OUR RESULTS REPRESENT BOTH MOSS & MORSE Y-DNA!

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Other surnames in Project

Mors, Morse, Morss, Moss, Mosse

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