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Some Other FTDNA Genetic Groups of Potential Interest to Sprouls

All Sproul descendants, particularly Y DNA testers, should consider joining the Sproul Project on FTDNA.

There are some other FTDNA groups that might be of potential interest to those attempting to trace the Scotish and/or Scots-Irish roots. Explore the links below -

Ulster Heritage DNA 6502 - The Ulster DNA Project Membership is free and open to all of Ulster ancestry. The goal of the Ulster DNA Project is to further the study of Ulster surnames, families, clans, and tribal affiliations read more...'

Your Scottish Ancestry 5482 - The project is administered by Alasdair Macdonald who has been Scottish representative for Family Tree DNA since 2009. He is not a paid employee of Family Tree DNA. There is no fee for being part read more...

Scottish DNA 14216 - The project was split into Y-DNA and mtDNA projects in Spring 2016. Project goals • Provide a database of Scottish yDNA test results useful for personal and academic research • Encourage parti read more

Scottish Noble atDNA project 101 - This project is an autosomal DNA project intended to help people research and find autosomal links to inform about Scottish noble ancestry. You must have tested the Family Finder to be a part of read more...

Scots-Irish 4281 - We do ask that ALL who join the project be of actual Scots-Irish ancestry. In your application to join please describe how you meet this criteria. This is a Y chromosome project so men only test. La read more...

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