The family groups and singleton pages shown on these pages have been established through Y-DNA analysis unless otherwise noted. The Y-DNA signatures of these different Pritchard, Pritchett or Prickett family groups indicate their Pritchard, Pritchett or Prickett lines are probably not related to each other within 1,000 years. We list all pedigrees for those who wish to be listed.

Please note that these pedigrees do not contain a lot of detailed information. They are intended to allow a researcher to identify a family of interest. They are NOT intended to provide all of the information that is known about these families or to reveal the identity of any participants. It is easier to use the search box at the top of the page to find a specific line using the maiden name of a wife and the county your family of interest was located.
The following is a list of web pages where the Pritchard - Pritchett - Prickett DNA Project members can present more detailed information about their paternal lines, theories, research needs, etc. If you have anything to add or improve in your paternal line, please let the project know.

Have a Pritchard, Pritchett or Prickett DNA Success Story?  Contact the Volunteer Project Administrator and submit it.  The Pritchard - Pritchett - Prickett DNA Project would be proud to post any Success Stories as they happen.  We just need our members to provide them!  They are a shining example of how Genetic Genealogy can work for you.  Below are the ones we have for the project already or you can look here for other surnames with similar Success Stories at the ISOGG website.

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