Yes, I know our chromosomes aren't labelled with the names of our ancestors (would that they were!) but I couldn't resist.
I've also found some DNA matches with people from some of the other families that join up with the Wanamakers. These families include some of my favourite ancestors - the Bates, Towers, Lincolns and Lathrops.
So now I can confidently write about the Wanamakers and the other family lines that join up with them, all of which amounts to several hundred people - those are just the ones I know about, of course, Don't worry, I won't be writing about all of them.
For now, I'm doing some more research, and probably won't be writing much for awhile - unless I find a juicy scandal, of course, or god forbid, somebody who changed their name for a mysterious reason. And I'm still looking for more DNA matches, just to settle the Wanamaker question once and for all.