This site is dedicated to all the Allday, Alday, Audley & O'Day families around the world (We will add more surnames as Y-DNA tests prove connections). Using Y-DNA we already know the Allday and Audley lines in England are the same Y-DNA. As time goes on, more Allday/Alday men will join the Allday Y-DNA project on FamilytreeDNA.com and we will see a clearer picture of this dominate Y Haplogroup. And what I mean by dominate haplogroup is just that - dominate . Half of Europe came from our direct male haplogroup (92% of Wales) over a period of thousands of years. That means that our men were successful procreators with the ladies who were great mothers (we knew how to chose them, or better said, they knew how to chose us) as had a lot of babies and those babies lived and went on to have their own babies. Smart, aggressive, healthy males that protected their families and chose mothers who were good nurturers for the children.

Diese Site ist allen Allday-, Alday-, Audley- und O'Day-Familien auf der ganzen Welt gewidmet (wir werden weitere Nachnamen hinzufügen, wenn Y-DNA-Tests Zusammenhänge belegen). Unter Verwendung von Y-DNA wissen wir bereits, dass die Allday- und Audley-Linien in England die gleiche Y-DNA sind. Mit der Zeit werden sich mehr Allday / Alday-Männer dem Allday Y-DNA-Projekt auf FamilytreeDNA.com anschließen, und wir werden ein klareres Bild dieser dominanten Y-Haplogruppe sehen. Und was ich unter dominieren der Haplogruppe verstehe, ist genau das - dominieren. Die Hälfte Europas stammte über einen Zeitraum von Tausenden von Jahren von unserer direkten männlichen Haplogruppe (92% von Wales). Das bedeutet, dass unsere Männer erfolgreiche Zeuginnen für die Damen waren, die großartige Mütter waren (wir wussten, wie man sie auswählte, oder besser gesagt, sie wussten, wie man uns auswählte), wie viele Babys und diese Babys lebten und ihre Kinder hatten eigene Babys. Kluge, aggressive, gesunde Männer, die ihre Familien schützten und Mütter auswählten, die sich gut um die Kinder kümmerten.

Ce site est dédié à toutes les familles Allday, Alday, Audley & O'Day du monde entier (nous ajouterons plus de noms de famille car les tests de Y-DNA prouvent les connexions). En utilisant l'ADN-Y, nous savons déjà que les lignées Allday et Audley en Angleterre sont le même ADN-Y. Au fil du temps, de plus en plus d'hommes Allday / Alday rejoindront le projet Allday Y-DNA sur FamilytreeDNA.com et nous verrons une image plus claire de cet haplogroupe dominant. Et ce que je veux dire par dominer haplogroupe, c'est juste - dominer. La moitié de l'Europe est issue de notre haplogroupe masculin direct (92% du pays de Galles) pendant des milliers d'années. Cela signifie que nos hommes étaient des procréateurs performants avec des dames qui étaient de grandes mères (nous savions comment les choisir, ou mieux, elles savaient nous choisir), comme beaucoup de bébés et ces bébés ont vécu et ont continué à avoir leur propres bébés. Des hommes intelligents, agressifs et en bonne santé qui protégeaient leur famille et choisissaient des mères qui nourrissaient bien leurs enfants.

Este site é dedicado a todas as famílias Allday, Alday, Audley & O'Day em todo o mundo (adicionaremos mais sobrenomes quando os testes de Y-DNA comprovarem conexões). Usando o Y-DNA, já sabemos que as linhas de Allday e Audley na Inglaterra são o mesmo Y-DNA. Com o passar do tempo, mais homens do Allday / Alday se juntarão ao projeto Allday Y-DNA no FamilytreeDNA.com e veremos uma imagem mais clara desse dominante grupo Ha Y. E o que quero dizer com dominar haplogroup é apenas isso - dominar. Metade da Europa veio do nosso haplogrupo masculino direto (92% do País de Gales) durante um período de milhares de anos. Isso significa que nossos homens foram procriadores bem-sucedidos com as mulheres que eram ótimas mães (sabíamos como escolhê-las, ou melhor, elas sabiam como nos escolher), pois tinham muitos bebês e esses bebês viveram e passaram a ter seus filhos. próprios bebês. Homens inteligentes, agressivos e saudáveis ??que protegiam suas famílias e escolhiam mães que eram boas educadoras para as crianças.

Este sitio está dedicado a todas las familias Allday, Alday, Audley & O'Day de todo el mundo (agregaremos más apellidos a medida que las pruebas de ADN-Y prueben las conexiones). Usando Y-DNA ya sabemos que las líneas Allday y Audley en Inglaterra son el mismo Y-DNA. A medida que pase el tiempo, más hombres Allday / Alday se unirán al proyecto Allday Y-DNA en FamilytreeDNA.com y veremos una imagen más clara de este domino Y Haplogroup. Y lo que quiero decir con dominar haplogrupo es solo eso: dominar. La mitad de Europa provenía de nuestro haplogrupo masculino directo (92% de Gales) durante miles de años. Eso significa que nuestros hombres fueron procreadores exitosos con las damas que fueron grandes madres (sabíamos cómo elegirlas, o mejor dicho, sabían cómo elegirnos), ya que tenían muchos bebés y esos bebés vivieron y tuvieron su Bebés propios. Hombres inteligentes, agresivos y saludables que protegían a sus familias y elegían madres que eran buenas madres para los niños.

In the mean time, we will teach what we know and revise as we learn otherwise.

Allday / Aldays of the United States

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Y-DNA has proven a solid and unbroken direct line to Josiah Allday/Alday of Lunenburg Virginia from the early Colonial Virginia period. We are hoping to find some of Josiah's brother's (Seth Alday) descendents to take the Y-DNA test which would prove that Seth was Josiah's brother and Perrin Alday of Virginia as their father. Many of Seth's line moved west to Ohio in the early 1700s and most of Josiah's line moved to Georgia early on and then all across the South. If you are one of Seth's descendent's, please consider taking the Y-DNA test on FamilyTreeDNA.

Alldays / Aldays / Audleys of England

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Several Allday's in England have taken the Y-DNA test. Not surprisingly, we found out that the Audley family connects to the Allday family. Since early census testers weren't always good at spelling, we can easily see where phonetically Audly sounds very similar to Allday. Since the American Alldays/Aldays reportedly came from the London, England area over 400 years ago, we are hoping more Allday/Alday men from that area will take the Y-DNA test and jump the pond so to speak. The famous Alldays & Onions LTD business was based out of Birmingham, England and London, England. If a living descendant or descendent of a brother or uncle of this line of Alldays is living, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, take the Y-DNA test on FamilyTreeDNA.com. Now that is important history right there!

Alldays / Aldays of Germany: Alday Familie

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Alldays / Aldays / Aldags from Germany are of great interest to the Y-DNA Project. Alday is an Americanized version of the German Aldag. As it turns out an Allday male from the 1800's in Ohio stated on the United States census that his father immigrated from Germany. He could have been an Alday or an Aldag before comign over. Y-DNA would certainly prove this.

Apellido de la familia Alday. Únase al proyecto Alday Y-DNA en www.FamilyFreeDNA.com y conéctese con su familia Allday en todo el mundo. Hay varias opciones y cuando se trata de precios, la prueba YDNA YDNA es la más barata a 99 dólares (cuando está a la venta durante las vacaciones) y 169 dólares al precio normal. También están las pruebas Y-67 y Y-111 que cuestan más. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Alldays / Aldays / Aldags de Alemania son de gran interés para el Proyecto Y-DNA. Alday es una versión americanizada del alemán Aldag. Como resultado, un hombre de Allday de 1800 en Ohio declaró en el censo de los Estados Unidos que su padre emigró de Alemania. Podría haber sido un Alday o un Aldag antes de reinar. El ADN-Y ciertamente probaría esto.

Alldays / Aldays of Scotland: Sloinneadh Teaghlach Alday

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

There are numerous Alday / Allday families found in Scotland. So far, none of the men are represented on FamilyTreeDNA. Since migrations often occured between England, Scotland and Ireland for hundreds and even thousands of years, it would be good to find these connections between the countries.

Alldays / Aldays of Ireland

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

There are numerous Alday / Allday families found in Ireland. So far, none of the men are represented on FamilyTreeDNA. Since migrations often occured between England, Scotland and Ireland for hundreds and even thousands of years, it would be good to find these connections between the countries.

Alldays / Aldays / Salles of Brazil: Alday Sobrenome da família

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

We had a surprise last year. A male with the last name Salles from Brazil matches our Allday / Alday Y-DNA. This connection could go back as far as the days when Europeans and Spaniards were exploring the various coasts over 400 years ago. Any Alldays / Aldays in Mexico, Central America, Peru or down the west coast of South America are of particular interest in putting the puzzle together.

There are Alday men in the country and also all along the west coast, Central American and Mexico. Santiago Manuel de Alday was considered one of the most important and influential Chilean Roman Catholic Bishops in Santiago, Chile of the 18th century. Alday was born in 1712 in Conception, Chile and in old age, died in Santiago. He was a bishop for over 30 years and very outspoken on polemics and moral issues. He traveled extensively and founded San Lazaro (1775) and founded many parishes across Chile such as Copiapó and Cuyo and in more distant areas, Paredones (1765), Combarbalá (1757), Pelarco (1787) and Renca (1764). Alday also organized a diocesan synod in 1763. And, Alday is accredited for owning one of the largest libraries during the colonial era of Chile, having amassed over 2,000 volumes which are preserved in the Museum of Carmen de Maipú. Because of Alday's extensive travels, it would be good to see some volunteer Y-DNA testers from these parts of Chile and other countries sucha as Brazil and Peru to see what turns up.

Sobrenome da família Alday. Participe do projeto Alday Y-DNA em www.FamilyFreeDNA.com e conecte-se à sua família Allday em todo o mundo. Existem várias opções e, quando se trata de preços, o teste Y-37 YDNA é o mais barato em 99 dólares (quando está à venda durante as férias) e 169 dólares no preço normal. Existem também os testes Y-67 e Y-111, que custam mais. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Tivemos uma surpresa no ano passado. Um homem com o sobrenome Salles, do Brasil, corresponde ao nosso DNA-Allday / Alday Y. Essa conexão remonta aos dias em que europeus e espanhóis exploravam as várias costas há mais de 400 anos. Todos os dias da semana no México, na América Central, no Peru ou na costa oeste da América do Sul são de particular interesse em montar o quebra-cabeça.

Há homens da Alday no país e também em toda a costa oeste, na América Central e no México. Santiago Manuel de Alday foi considerado um dos bispos católicos romanos chilenos mais importantes e influentes em Santiago, Chile, do século XVIII. Alday nasceu em 1712 em Conceição, Chile e na velhice, morreu em Santiago. Ele foi bispo por mais de 30 anos e muito franco em polêmicas e questões morais. Ele viajou extensivamente e fundou San Lazaro (1775) e fundou muitas paróquias em todo o Chile, como Copiapó e Cuyo e em áreas mais distantes, Paredones (1765), Combarbalá (1757), Pelarco (1787) e Renca (1764). Alday também organizou um sínodo diocesano em 1763. E Alday é credenciado por possuir uma das maiores bibliotecas durante a era colonial do Chile, tendo acumulado mais de 2.000 volumes que são preservados no Museu de Carmen de Maipú. Por causa das extensas viagens de Alday, seria bom ver alguns testadores voluntários de Y-DNA dessas partes do Chile e de outros países serem tão sucedidos quanto o Brasil e o Peru para ver o que acontece.

Alldays / Aldays of Peru: Alday Apellido de la familia

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Peru and Brazil have some genetic history together. Since a Salles male from Brazil is hitting our Y-DNA, and since there are Alday men in Peru, it stands to reason we need some of those men to take the Y-DNA test.

There are Alday men in the country and also all along the west coast, Central America and Mexico. Santiago Manuel de Alday was considered one of the most important and influential Chilean Roman Catholic Bishops in Santiago, Chile of the 18th century. Alday was born in 1712 in Conception, Chile and in old age, died in Santiago. He was a bishop for over 30 years and very outspoken on polemics and moral issues. He traveled extensively and founded San Lazaro (1775) and founded many parishes across Chile such as Copiapó and Cuyo and in more distant areas, Paredones (1765), Combarbalá (1757), Pelarco (1787) and Renca (1764). Alday also organized a diocesan synod in 1763. And, Alday is accredited for owning one of the largest libraries during the colonial era of Chile, having amassed over 2,000 volumes which are preserved in the Museum of Carmen de Maipú. Because of Alday's extensive travels, it would be good to see some volunteer Y-DNA testers from these parts of Chile and other countries sucha as Brazil and Peru to see what turns up.

Apellido de la familia Alday. Únase al proyecto Alday Y-DNA en www.FamilyFreeDNA.com y conéctese con su familia Allday en todo el mundo. Hay varias opciones y cuando se trata de precios, la prueba YDNA YDNA es la más barata a 99 dólares (cuando está a la venta durante las vacaciones) y 169 dólares al precio normal. También están las pruebas Y-67 y Y-111 que cuestan más. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Perú y Brasil tienen algo de historia genética juntos. Dado que un hombre de Salles de Brasil está golpeando nuestro ADN Y, y dado que hay hombres de Alday en Perú, es lógico que necesitemos algunos de esos hombres para tomar la prueba de ADN Y.

Hay hombres de Alday en el país y también a lo largo de la costa oeste, América Central y México. Santiago Manuel de Alday fue considerado uno de los obispos católicos romanos chilenos más importantes e influyentes en Santiago, Chile, del siglo XVIII. Alday nació en 1712 en Concepción, Chile y en la vejez, murió en Santiago. Fue obispo durante más de 30 años y muy abierto sobre polémicas y cuestiones morales. Viajó mucho y fundó San Lázaro (1775) y fundó muchas parroquias en Chile, como Copiapó y Cuyo y en áreas más distantes, Paredones (1765), Combarbalá (1757), Pelarco (1787) y Renca (1764). Alday también organizó un sínodo diocesano en 1763. Y, Alday está acreditado por poseer una de las bibliotecas más grandes durante la era colonial de Chile, habiendo acumulado más de 2,000 volúmenes que se conservan en el Museo del Carmen de Maipú. Debido a los extensos viajes de Alday, sería bueno ver algunos probadores voluntarios de ADN Y de estas partes de Chile y otros países, como Brasil y Perú, para ver qué sucede.

Alldays / Aldays of Spain & the Basque Country (autonomous community: Alday Apellido de la familia: Alday Familia abizena

There are Hispanic men who carry the last name Allday / Alday in Spain and the Basque County (autonomous community). It would be great if one or more would take the Y-DNA test and have Spain represented. The Basque County which is part of northern Spain had a Alday Basque noble family that originated in the town of Getxo, Basque County, Spain. This Alday coat of arms is the blue one shown on our home page. Alday is also a Spanish form of the Basque Aldai. A Spanish author named Untza Otaola Alday wrote a series of Spanish lanquage teaching aide books called Colloquial Spanish. Also, there was a famous Spanish footballer named Manuel Alday Marticorena who played for Real Madrid. If you are an Alday from Spain or the Basque Country, please take the Y-DNA test(Y-37 level at least) on www.FamilyTreeDNA.com and join the Allday/Alday Y-DNA project there as well.

Hay hombres hispanos que llevan el apellido Allday / Alday en España y el País Vasco (comunidad autónoma). Sería genial si uno o más tomaran la prueba de ADN Y y tuvieran a España representada. El condado vasco que es parte del norte de España tenía una familia noble vasca de Alday que se originó en la ciudad de Getxo, condado vasco, España. Este escudo de armas de Alday es el azul que se muestra en nuestra página de inicio. Alday es también una forma española del vasco Aldai. Un autor español llamado Untza Otaola Alday escribió una serie de libros de ayuda de enseñanza del idioma español llamado coloquial español. Además, había un famoso futbolista español llamado Manuel Alday Marticorena que jugó para el Real Madrid. Si usted es un Alday de España o del País Vasco, tome la prueba de ADN Y (nivel Y-37 al menos) en www.FamilyTreeDNA.com y únase al proyecto Allday / Alday Y-ADN allí también.

Alldays / Aldays of Mexico & Central America: Alday Apellido de la familia

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

There are Hispanic men who carry the last name Allday / Alday in Mexico etc. It would be great if one or more would take the Y-DNA test and have Mexico represented.

José Alday, better known as "EL POCHITO", is a pro MMA fighter out of Mexico and the 36th ranked Men's Bantamweight in the United States. He was one of the guys who grew of in the United States, wasn't a citizen, and was voluntarily deported back to Mexico where he struggled to adjust to the Mexican way of life and didn't even speak the lanquage well. Locals jokingly called him El Pochito which he didn't like at first, but it grew on him and in his life, looking for some direction, he joined a local gym and signed up for MMA and his success later would take him pro. He was and is successful and the moniker El Pochito stayed with him. Wouldn't it be great if José Alday or a male relative joined the Allday/Alday Y-DNA project?

Apellido de la familia Alday. Únase al proyecto Alday Y-DNA en www.FamilyFreeDNA.com y conéctese con su familia Allday en todo el mundo. Hay varias opciones y cuando se trata de precios, la prueba YDNA YDNA es la más barata a 99 dólares (cuando está a la venta durante las vacaciones) y 169 dólares al precio normal. También están las pruebas Y-67 y Y-111 que cuestan más. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Hay hombres hispanos que llevan el apellido Allday / Alday en México, etc. Sería genial si uno o más tomaran la prueba de ADN Y y representaran a México.

José Alday, mejor conocido como "EL POCHITO", es un luchador profesional de MMA de México y el peso gallo masculino número 36 en los Estados Unidos. Fue uno de los tipos que creció en los Estados Unidos, no era ciudadano y fue deportado voluntariamente de regreso a México, donde luchó para adaptarse al estilo de vida mexicano y ni siquiera hablaba bien el idioma. Los lugareños lo llamaron en broma El Pochito, que al principio no le gustó, pero creció en él y en su vida, en busca de alguna dirección, se unió a un gimnasio local y se inscribió en MMA y su éxito más tarde lo convertiría en profesional. Él fue y es exitosa y el apodo de El Pochito se quedó con él. ¿No sería genial si José Alday o un pariente se unieran al proyecto Allday / Alday Y-DNA?

Alldays / Aldays of France: Nom de famille Alday

Alday family surname. Join the Alday Y-DNA project at www.FamilyFreeDNA.com and connect with your Allday family all around the world. There are several options and when it comes to pricing, the Y-37 YDNA test is the cheapest at 99 dollars (when on sale during holidays) and 169 dollars at the regular price. There are also the Y-67 and the Y-111 tests which cost more. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

There are Aldays / Alldays in France. Please consider taking the test and have your country represented. An entire family of musicians were from France and they were very popular late 1700s and early 1800s. Francios Alday and Paul were brothers - both French composers, conductors and violinists. Their father, born 1737 in France, was also a musician. Francios had four sons named Auguste, Philiert, Joseph and Francique - all professors of music. Unfortunately, the brochures for their symphonies many times were entitled "Alday Symphony" and each of the sons simply went by Alday fils on their publications, which makes it harder to attribute the correct music to the correct bother (or son).

John Alday was an English to French translator of semi-philosophical and classical works during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England. One of the chief works he's known for translating is a couple of French works entitled "Theatrum Mundi, the Theatre or rule of the worlde." Joseph Ritson included John Alday among the English poets of the 16th century. Speaking and writing in French and English, there were a number of other French works accredited to John Alday (also spelled John Allday) from that time period, included in libraries and museums around the world. Some of his works were published in London, England and to this day, there are still a number of Allday / Alday men in and around London. Since he spoke French, and was hired to translate French, it stands to reason that he might have been French. If you are French and an Alday / Allday, please consider taking the Y-37 or Y-67 or Y-111 test on FamilyTreeDNA.

Nom de famille Alday. Rejoignez le projet Alday Y-DNA sur www.FamilyFreeDNA.com et connectez-vous avec votre famille Allday dans le monde entier. Il existe plusieurs options et, en ce qui concerne la tarification, le test Y-37 YDNA est le moins cher à 99 dollars (lorsqu'il est en vente pendant les vacances) et à 169 dollars au prix habituel. Il existe également les tests Y-67 et Y-111 qui coûtent plus cher. https://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=AlldayY-DNA

Il y a Aldays / Alldays en France. S'il vous plaît, envisagez de passer le test et faites représenter votre pays. Toute une famille de musiciens venaient de France et ils étaient très populaires à la fin des années 1700 et au début des années 1800. Francios Alday et Paul étaient des frères - compositeurs, chefs d'orchestre et violonistes français. Leur père, né en 1737 en France, était également musicien. Francios avait quatre fils, Auguste, Philiert, Joseph et Francique, tous professeurs de musique. Malheureusement, les brochures de leurs symphonies portaient souvent le titre "Alday Symphony" et chacun des fils se contentait de consulter Alday fils pour leurs publications, ce qui rendait plus difficile l'attribution de la bonne musique au bon frère (ou au bon fils).

John Alday était un traducteur anglais vers français d’œuvres semi-philosophiques et classiques pendant le règne de la reine Elizabeth I d’Angleterre. L’une des œuvres principales qu’il a traduites est une ou deux œuvres françaises intitulées "Theatrum Mundi, le théâtre ou la règle du monde". Joseph Ritson a inclus John Alday parmi les poètes anglais du 16ème siècle. Parlant et écrivant en français et en anglais, un certain nombre d’œuvres françaises de cette époque ont été accréditées par John Alday (également orthographié John Allday) et font partie de bibliothèques et de musées du monde entier. Certaines de ses œuvres ont été publiées à Londres, en Angleterre et, à ce jour, il existe encore un certain nombre d'hommes Allday / Alday à Londres et dans les environs. Comme il parlait français et avait été embauché pour traduire le français, il était raisonnable de penser qu'il était peut-être français. Si vous êtes français et que vous êtes Alday / Allday, envisagez de passer le test Y-37, Y-67 ou Y-111 sur FamilyTreeDNA.

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