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The Julian DNA Project  is  the first step in beginning to understand how Julians everywhere are related.
 

 

 

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Gary Julian


 

Last Updated: October 27, 2011

Julian Surname DNA Project

Genealogy Research on JULIEN / JULEN / JULIN, JULON / JULUN / JULYAN / JEWLIN Families

This DNA project is to help:
Confirm the relationship of individuals or lines.
Strengthen your genealogy weak paper trails.
Establish country or region of origin.
Confirm variant surnames as part of the same family.
Gain insight into your family's migration.
Compare long term ancestry. 

DNA information is used with historical and traditional research. DNA can be quite helpful in guiding research. If a DNA profile does not match traditional genealogy, maybe a non-paternity event occurred, such as informal adoption, using the name of an unwed mother, infidelities, intentional name changes, etc.

And, like being on the Mayflower, we don't know what we will find, but the journey promises excitement and the possibility of great new discoveries.

On this web site, when you see "Julian," it also means GILION, GILLIAN, GILLION, GILLYEN, GUILIANO, JELYAN, JEWLIN, JULEN, JULHIEN, JULIANA, JULIANE, JULIANI, JULIEN, JULIENNE, JULIN, JULLIAN, JULLIEN, JULION, JULON, JULUN,  JULYAN or other variations.


 

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email us:  brownjulian@comcast.net

 

 

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