map for PARKER
Updated: Februrary 2014
Wayne Parker has a web
page for PARKER Family Group 7 at: FG
— P409 matches P304 forming PARKER Family Group 44
— P378, P379, P385, P387, P390, P396, P398 and P407 do not match any other PARKERs in our project.
—P386, P401, and P402 match PARKER Family Group 7.
—P388 matches P193 forming PARKER Family Group 43.
—P389 and P403 match PARKER Family Group 1.
—P391 matches PARKER Family Group 10.
—P394 and P405 match PARKER Family Group 16.
—P395 matches PARKER Family Group 6.
—P397 matches PARKER Family Group 14.
—P399 matches PARKER Family Group 9.
—P400 matches PARKER Family Group 27.
—P404 matches PARKER Family Group 41.
—P85 has been moved from the unmatched group to Family Group 41.
—Family Group 14 has been merged into Family Group 10.
—Family Group 27 has been merged into Family
—Family Group 4 has been merged into Family
—Family Group numbers have been added to the ancestors page.
Click on Results at left.
Please let us know when you have a new email address.
If your test results are posted to the results page, please be
sure we have info on your oldest PARKER for the ancestors page.
This helps others who have no male PARKER for testing find new
If you have something you want to highlight, such as genealogy
breakthrough from your DNA test, or a web site that would be useful
to others, send me an email.
Click on Results to see the latest Parker DNA
Descendents of Thomas PARKER b 1814 New Jersey, will pay for a
Y-DNA test of a PARKER surnamed male who descends from Samuel
PARKER, b 1785 New Jersey, and his wife Barsheba CHEESMAN. Contact the project coordinator for more information.
If you have ancestors with the surname PARKER, we invite you to join
us in this project. DNA analysis for genealogy research may help us
discover information about our families that would not be possible using
traditional genealogy research methods.
Paper records may be lost, but our DNA is a direct link to our ancestors
who lived hundreds of years ago. We do not expect to find
our ancestors who lived during biblical times, but going back to the
period when surnames were adopted is a possibility.
359 PARKER Y-DNA tests have identified 138 different PARKER lines. We
are a very diverse group genetically, and our surname was adopted many
times by people in different locations.
Project Status report
|Number of Y-DNA Participants
|Test kits returned
|Results posted to web page
|Number of Family groups identified by DNA
Our project is seeking to:
1. Prove or disprove suspected relationships to other PARKER
2. Find new clues for those who have reached a dead end in their genealogy
3. Verify that your genealogy record is correct.
4. Develop a database that combines DNA results with traditional genealogy
In order to participate in this Y-chromosome DNA project,
you must be a male with the PARKER surname, or have a male PARKER from
your line who will submit a DNA sample.
If you would like to participate, or want more information, please contact
the, Group coordinator.
Greg Parker, project co-administrator, also has a web page for PARKER
DNA and genealogy, please visit his PARKER
Updated: February 2014.