Information on testing can be found at the World Family Tree DNA site, which is the one we have been using.I believe your ancestor Thomas Alan Preston may have already had the 12-marker Y-DNA test there, but only 12 markers aren't enough as it yields so many matches.In order to be meaningful, it's important to test for 67 markers as several in the Preston DNA study have already done.
Can you please tell me how you are descended and other information in order that we can exchange data and possibly find a connection?
It might be easier by e-mail. email@example.com
Please contact me and I'll be glad to share.
Sonia Meyer Hacienda Heights, CA
More information on PrestonDNA
World Family Tree DNA http://www.FamilyTreeDNA.com
These results should then be uploaded to http://Ydna.comhttp://Ydna.com where a User identification and Password are assigned:
World Families World Family Tree above partners with World Families.net and suggests that those tested upload their results for general viewing by all to Ydna.com above,the Preston Project where they can view Patriarch information and charts. http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/preston/resultshttp://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/preston/results One of the volunteer coordinators for the Preston site is Angie Preston whose e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Before viewing this site you must register and be assigned a password.
Our matches on this chart appear inYellow: P5 Joseph R. Preston b. 1937 (Moses 1761-1842)
P4 Joe A. Preston b. 1930 (Isaac 1741-1810) P21 Paul Byron Preston b. 1929 (Isaac 1742-1810)
P15 John Stephen Preston (c. 1945) Thomas 1740-1797 P29 Leroy D. “Buck” Preston Thomas 1740-1797
P13Roy M. Preston (c 1948) Unknown – currently reviewing
P23James Eugene Preston George Wm. Preston, 1766, Botetourt Co., VA