A Hull DNA project is being administered independently of the HFA. Its purpose is to analyze the information that is obtained from DNA testing of Hull descendants. Anyone doing Hull/Holl/Hohl family research has an opportunity to participate in the project. For more information about this research visit this website. Note: The Hull Family Association has not reviewed nor verified the genealogical data on this website and, therefore, assumes no responsibility for its accuracy.
Donor Lineage Posting
See this document containing lineages of donors to the Hull/Holl/Hohl DNA Project.
DNA as a Genealogical Research Tool
In the past ten years DNA testing has become a tool that can help identify related genetic groupings from which one is descended, depending on how many “markers” (identifiers) have been researched.
DNA testing can provide clues to genealogists for tracing Hull families worldwide and for discovering relationships among these families, thus pointing them towards areas of genealogical research. It should be clear, however, that trustworthy genealogical research is needed in order to derive the most from any DNA results.
HFA Support of the DNA Project
While this project originated independently of the Hull Family Association, the HFA believes in the value of this study and has supported this endeavor with the following.
Accomplishments of the Project
This project has accomplished the following, through DNA testing for Hull/Holl/Hohl lines, on behalf of the volunteers and their close relatives.