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Arngrim
16-02-15, 17:42
Hello,


I allows me to create this because I did not find equivalent.
As a French, I try to compare my composition with other French. Specify if you can regions of origins of your ancestors; our country has had its share of invasions and settlements, the results should be varied and interesting!


So I begin:

Ancestors, in the paper: 1/4 Picardie (Aisne and later Somme, Nord, Ardennes), 1/8 Burgundy (Sa˘ne-et-Loire), 1/8 Hautes-Alpes (Queyras), 1/8 Switzerland (near Freiburg and Murten), 1/8 Savoie, 1/8 Seine-Saint-Denis, 1/16 Auvergne (Cantal), 1/16 South Chile.



23andme Ancestry Composition:

96.1% European

-19.8% French and German
-7.0% British and Irish
-0.3% Scandinavian
-39.5% Broadly Northern European

-7.3% Iberian
-2.1% Italian
-11.0% Broadly Southern European

-1.0% Eastern Europe
-0.1% Ashkenazi

-8.1% Broadly European

3.2% East Asian and Native American

-2.8% Native American
-0.3% Broadly East Asian and Native American

0.5% Middle Eastern and North African

-0.4% North African
-0.1% Broadly Middle Eastern and North African

0.2% Unassigned


FTDNA MyOrigins


94% European

-44% British Isles
-32% Southern Europe
-18% Western and Central Europe

4% Middle Eastern

-4% Eastern Middle East

2% New World

-2% Native American

Eurogenes K12b

1 North_Atlantic 42.27
2 West_Med 21.35
3 Baltic 15.47
4 East_Med 9.66
5 West_Asian 5.71
6 Amerindian 3.75
7 South_Asian 0.98
8 Sub-Saharan 0.42
9 Red_Sea 0.4


Eurogenes K9b






Population




Southwest_Asian
8.76%


Native_American
4.23%


Northeast_Asian
-


Mediterranean
22.50%


North_European
62.57%


Southeast_Asian
1.07%


Oceanian
-


South_African
0.87%


Sub-Saharan_African
-








Eurogene EU test V2 K15


1 Atlantic 29.65
2 North_Sea 25.19
3 West_Med 16.79
4 Baltic 7.71
5 East_Med 7.28
6 West_Asian 5.09
7 Eastern_Euro 3.76
8 Amerindian 3.57
9 South_Asian 0.63
10 Sub-Saharan 0.22
11Red_Sea 0.11



MDLP K12

1 Celto_Germanic 28.68
2 Paleo_Mediterranean 23.71
3 Iberian 13.72
4 East_European 11.6
5 Caucasian 8.19
6 Balto_Finnic 5.67
7 South_Central_Asian 1.96
8 Paleo_North_European 1.83
9 Uralic_Permic 1.62
10 Volga_Uralic 1.12
11 Paleo_Balkanic 1.01
12 Altaic_Turkic 0.87

Dodecad V3

1 West_European 44.37
2 Mediterranean 32.49
3 West_Asian 8.99
4 East_European 8.93
5 South_Asian 2.04
6 Southwest_Asian 1.56
7 Southeast_Asian 1.41
8 Palaeo_African 0.18
9 Northeast_Asian 0.02


Dodecad K12b

1 Atlantic_Med 40.68
2 North_European 33.67
3 Caucasus 13.14
4 Gedrosia 7.41
5 South_Asian 1.9
6 Southwest_Asian 1.45
7 Southeast_Asian 1.24
8 Northwest_African 0.36
9 Sub_Saharan 0.14

T-C
16-02-15, 19:43
Hello,
I'm also french area Brittany, i made several test DNA (family tree dna) autosomal, mtDNA, Y-DNA.
My mtDNA originating Great-Britain, arrived at V or VI centuries.
For my percentages autosomal maternal, it is 30,5% British and Irish, 18% French and German, 1,5% Italian.

Arngrim
16-02-15, 20:19
Hello,
Thanks for your message. You gave your maternal's side, but where's your father's side? You were test by 23andme too?
Best regards

Melancon
16-02-15, 22:43
You don't have Native American in you; if you are an ethnic French. That is an error in genetics on 23andme. Lots of French people come out with Native American results despite having no admixture.

Arngrim
16-02-15, 23:07
Hi,

I have Native American in my admixture because my great-great grandmother was from Chile; so I'm not 'pure' French, I am 1/8 from Switzerland too.

Melancon
17-02-15, 05:50
Hi,

I have Native American in my admixture because my great-great grandmother was from Chile; so I'm not 'pure' French, I am 1/8 from Switzerland too.You can prove that?

Arngrim
17-02-15, 08:37
Yes,

by birth and death act, family pictures etc...my family tree is full rather.
Stop to reply here, you don't be concerned by this thread and the subject isn't for me to prove my own ancestors...

Maleth
17-02-15, 13:00
Hi,

I'm not 'pure' French, I am 1/8 from Switzerland too.

I dont think the word 'pure' exists in genetic terms ............ the beauty of DNA. Its been a long long journey and still travelling :smile:

FunkyWanderer
17-02-15, 15:02
I'm French Canadian, about as "Pure" as they get. Having done my genealogy, ancestrally all my genetic contributors are colonial time French Canadian. Both my paternal and maternal direct line crossed over from France to Canada at the first immigration on the new world circa ~1650, all other contributors in my genealogy are tracked back into the same Acadia region around the same time and come from french stock, all having french last names.

My paternal line comes from Le Puy in France... as that's where my last name comes from. I've been able to track my genealogy back to and get a genetic match to the following:



"General Raphael de Podio", "Commander of the Roman Cavalry", "grand chamberlain of the Roman republic", "Governor of Provinces of Lanquedoc and Dauphiny of Southeastern France 1033"






So much fun doing all this research.

Arngrim
18-02-15, 00:10
Can you post your admixture? I never saw results for this region ( Le Puy in Haute-Loire?).
Good evenning :-)

FunkyWanderer
18-02-15, 04:07
http://www.magickal.ca/img/genographic.jpghttp://www.magickal.ca/img/myorigins.jpg

FunkyWanderer
19-02-15, 05:27
globe13 Nick
NorthEuropean 48.15%
Mediterranean 38.09%
WestAsian 8.50%
SouthwestAsian 1.94%
Amerindian 1.49%
EastAsian 0.05%
Artic 0.72%
Australasian 0.30%
EastAfrican 0.68%
SouthAsian 0.08%
Siberian 0
PalaeoAfrican 0
WestAfrican 0






k12b Nick
AtlanticMed 41.2%
NorthernEuropea 38.5%
Caucausus 10.8%
Gedrosia 7.2%
SouthweatAsian 0.4%
SoutheastAsia 0.9%
EastAfrican 0.7%
NorthwestAfrica 0.4%
Siberia 0
EastAsian 0
SouthAsian 0
SubSaharan 0