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Surname DNA testing is the newest tool available to genealogists. These tests help genealogists verify their paternal ancestry (father's father) in a quick and easy way. It saves time, prevents mistakes, and provides invaluable data that can be obtained in no other way.
John Grange (1768-1839) is my 4X-great-grand father. He was born in 1768 in Kirby Malzeard, Yorkshire, England. He had at least one daughter, Nancy Grange, who was christened in 1795 at Hartwith-cum-Wensley, Yorkshire, England. He died in 1839 and is buried at St. Nichalas, West Tanfield, North Yorkshire, England.
This Grange/Granger Family Project is started to:
1. Help researchers on common or related families work together to find their common heritage (See the Patriarch Page)
2. Identify the DNA of the ancestor families and compile them and their lost branches into distinct genetic lineages through DNA matches
If you are a Grange/Granger male we encourage your participation by submitting your pedigree and ordering a test. Let's help each other research this interesting family!
Click here to order a DNA test now
For basic information, visit World Families Network and check out the "Getting Started" block