The Sirmon Surname Project
The Purpose of the Sirmon Family DNA Project is to use the science of DNA to trace the different family lines back to their origin. At the present time, the earliest records lead us to believe the origin to be the southwest of England in the Gloucestershire and Worcestershire area. Different lines of the family are found in Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Europe, South Africa, and the United States. It is hoped that enough male members of these different lines can be tested to trace the origin back to England. As most family researchers know, the modern day spelling may appear with a variety of different vowels. The spellings include: Serman, Sermon, Sirman, Sirmon, Surman, or Surmon. Any of these variations may end in an (s). Other lines with similar spellings that are possibly related are also invited to join the project.We recommend the 37-marker test. This test provides more detailed information when trying to connect the different branches of the S*rm*n families.
Other surnames in Project
Serman, Sermans, Sermon, Sermons, Sirman, Sirmans, Sirmon, Sirmons, Surman, Surmans, Surmon, Surmons
Join the Sirmon surname project
If you want to join the Sirmon project please order your DNA test here.