Lost Colony DNA Project

Lost Colony DNA Project

The Lost Colony of Roanoke DNA Project was founded by a group led by Roberta Estes in 2005 in order to solve the mystery of the Lost Colony of Roanoke using historical records, migration patterns, oral histories and DNA testing.

Read more about Lost Colony DNA Project:  Project Background, DNA Project Plan, Types of DNA Testing

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Lost Colony DNA Project - Types of DNA Testing
... The Lost Colony of Roanoke DNA Project utilizes the following types of DNA tests Y chromosome DNA Testing follows the paternal ancestral line ... this kind of testing is conducive to surname projects ... used with those believed to be descendants of those whose surnames are of interest to this project ...
Roanoke Colony - Lost Colony DNA Project
... The Lost Colony DNA Project, launched in 2005, is an ongoing effort underway by the Lost Colony of Roanoke DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA of Houston, TX ... The project will use DNA testing to help determine whether some Lost Colony survivors assimilated with the local Native American tribes either through adoption or enslavement ... The project will attempt to locate and test as many potential descendants as possible ...

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