Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter.) , and now I have read that a case of autosomal DNA (much less definitive, as far as I am concerned--because it does not show heritage in a straight line, but rather possible connections) has been accepted for Bonham (and thus Fuller) descendant Brownie McKie (source: New Jersey Hunterdon County list on rootsweb.com).
I find this absolutely fascinating. It may be that DNA will be used to help prove ancestry in many of the lineage societies in the future. The paper trail and the DNA info combined appear to have been used to prove the lineage. Clearly, if the paper trail had been enough, the DNA wouldn't have been brought in to the mix. It looks like DNA alone is not enough, but can add to a paper trail that is not entirely definitive on its own by showing a relationship to a descendant with accepted proof of lineage.
Update April 2016: DAR accepts DNA evidence in applications supported by documentation of the family line. See: Link to DAR and DNA
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