I'm seeking a "male" Agnew to test their DNA for the surname AGNEW whose Agnew's lived in Cumberland Co., Pa. prior to 1800.
Your direct descendant Agnew's first name could be James, John, Samuel, Isaac, William or Matthew Agnew.
Remember to do the Y-DNA test only "male" Agnew's can be tested whose surname is AGNEW and no adoptions in your immediate descendant tree will work. I already have the DNA test kit, so all you have to do is prove your "male" Agnew's were living in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania prior to 1800 to have your Y-DNA tested.
From different will's I've read from Cumberland Co., Pa, Samuel AGNEW m. Sarah (maidenname unknown) According to the will of Samuel Agnew, his sons were: John, Isaac, James, Samuel N. & Matthew Agnew who married  Nancy Ritchie  Rebecca Forbes
I also believe from the will's I've read from Cumberland Co., Pa., Samuel AGNEW had a brother named John AGNEW, (whose wife was Agnes), William AGNEW who might have come to America after the Rev. War & sister Elizabeth Agnew who married Roger Clark.
If your Agnew's are a descendant of any of the Agnew's above, if you, or a cousin or a parent is a "male" Agnew descendant of "male" Agnew's whose ancestors were from Cumberland County, Pa. please reply.This sounds redundant but I need a male > to male > to male > male, etc., Y-DNA testing won't work for females to prove direct descendants of a line of Agnewemail@example.com