The Smith Official DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA is THE Smith One Name and DNA project for Smith, Schmidt, Smyth, Smythe, Smidt and all variations, for all locations. We have the Smith One Name Study at Guild of One Name Studies (GOONS). Over 2225 members and over 205 matched groups.
Come collaborate with us and post your Smith line of descent. We are a free volunteer project that has a
goal to sort out the many many Smith, Schmidt, Smyth, Smythe, Smithson,
Smithall, Smithers et al lines, through DNA and through collaboration.
Register for a user name and password on the Smith DNA site, to add or edit information to a tree branch you have sent
(form to send your
family tree or you may send a direct line gedcom to
firstname.lastname@example.org . You
do not have to be registered to
send a suggestion. We welcome corrections and do not claim that all data
is infallible.After all, that's the whole point of a collaborative project, eh? To root out errors and inconsistencies, make additions and seek to refine lines through DNA
join the Smith Official DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA with a DNA kit.
YDNA Or, did you do a YDNA test with FamilyTreeDNA but not part of the Smith Official DNA Project? Instructions on how to join here. Or,
if you tested YDNA with a different vendor (Ancestry, Relative Genetics,
Sorensen, etc), you can do a 3rd party transfer to FamilyTreeDNA or
you may list it
here for comparison.
mtDNA/FamilyFinder(Autosomal)We also welcome all who have tested mtDNA or Family
Finder/autosomal by having
you list your tree
(YDNA groups are the baseline to compare other 's trees). We hope those
who are able will test YDNA especially with the Smith surnames; the more
people we have to compare against the better we can know and sort out the
ancestries and family lines.
Do you know something about
these Smith ancestors? Come
post a query or
comment on the guestbook. We love your comments
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
to help you learn to
navigate our site. Be sure to
look at What's New
for the latest comments,
pictures and posts on the site.
Other social areas for participation. Come read the Smith blog which is the
first place updates to the Smith DNA project are listed. We are also on
Facebook, Twitter, and have chats
and a social
community on Google Plus. You
may also contact us if you have any comments, questions or suggestions.
We also, as a volunteer project, always welcome volunteers.
If you have any questions or comments about the information on Smith
please contact us.