Privacy Policy

Ralston Surname Project Privacy Statement

 The Ralston Project takes your privacy and other rights seriously. We do not want to publish anything on this site or elsewhere that would jeopardize either your privacy or security. Nor, do we want to take away any of your rights.

As administrators of the Ralston Project we give priority to protecting your privacy and to the confidentiality of your personal data. In particular we will not publish your name, e-mail address or other contact details, or share this information with any other project member or other person or organization without your specific approval.

We will be pleased to correct any errors in your personal data that you bring to our attention.  At your request, at any time, we will promptly remove your data from our project files. However, we cannot retrieve data that has previously been posted in the public domain.

In our administration of this project we endeavor to comply with the most recent guidance issued by ISOGG ( and by FTDNA ( administration/gap-guidelines-ftdna-projects/), and with the Genetic Genealogy Standards (