The Bodnar Y-DNA Project at FTDNA

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:20 pm
About Project

The Bodnar Surname Y-DNA Project is established to assist in confirming Bodnar lineages. If you descend from a Bodnar line, participating in this DNA project could help your research considerably and/or provide some much needed proof and direction for further research.

Bodnar Name Meaning

    Ukrainian: occupational name for a cooper, from bodnja ‘tub’.
    Polish and Slovak (Bodnár): from Low German, a borrowing of either Böddener ‘cooper’ or Bodner ‘cottager’.
    Hungarian (Bodnár): occupational name from the Slavic loanword bodnár ‘cooper’, of German origin.
Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, Mar 2003

The tests are done on the Y-chromosome which is passed from father to son, and from him to his son, etc., thus participants must be male and must have the a variant of the Bodnar surname all the way down the male line. If you are a female and wish to have your Bodnar line participate in the Project, a male cousin, uncle, brother, etc., can provide the DNA for your line.

If you are interested in joining the Bodnar Y-DNA Project, please contact the Project Administrator (above) for additional information or follow the instructions below. We have obtained a special group discounted rate. Just a simple swab of the inside of the cheek is required. Results are available in about 60 days.

How to Join

If you have not tested yet, please order your new test here using discounted group rates: http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join ... oup=Bodnar

If you have already tested with FTDNA (or the Genographic project):
    Log in to your FTDNA account with your kit number and password
    Click "My FTDNA Home"
    Click "Join Projects"
    Type "Bodnar" in the search field
    Click the highlighted project name "Bodnar Y-DNA"
    Click "Join" at the bottom of the page
Remember to fill in complete information about your direct paternal and maternal lines.
Volodymyr

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