Is your last name Aumack, Amak, Aumick, Aumock, Omick or some variation?
If so please consider participating in the Aumack Y-DNA Surname Project.
The goal of the Aumack Y-DNA Surname Project is find genetic matches to you or your family members in order to advance your family tree research. Y-DNA testing will verify if an individual shares a surname or a paternal line.
Why choose this test?
- Choose this test if you wish to search the paternal surname line (father’s father’s father’s line). (In this case for surnames Aumack, Amak, Aumick, Aumock, Omick)
- Choose this test if you are searching for direct paternal connections between men with different surnames (but have a connection to the Aumack and variants surnames) – examples: adoption, name changes, illegitimacy, fostering
- Choose this test if searching for clues to paternal geographic or deep ancestry of your Aumack (and variants) surname.
Who to test?
A male carrying the paternal surname. Women can ask a male relative carrying the paternal surname to take the Y‐DNA test.
How many markers?
Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) offers Y-DNA 12, 25, 37, 67 and 111‐marker tests. Males are advised to test at either Y-DNA37 or Y-DNA67.
How to Join the Project
Please leave a comment below or contact me here. If using the contact form please put “Aumack Y-DNA Project” in the subject line. I’m the project administrator and would be delighted to answer any questions.
That link again:
Aumack Y-DNA Surname Project – http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=Aumack