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Thread: My first Autossomal Results - Help with Admixture Maps

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    Quote Originally Posted by psinacio View Post
    Guys,Why are the word wrap not working?
    I have the same problem.

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    I think that your mother might have between 1% and 4% Native American ancestry (for example in Eurogenes K13 it is 4%). But rather closer to 1% because MDLP World-22 gives 1% and it is probably the most accurate calculator for Amerindian ancestry.

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    Olá Pedro,

    just a few thoughts from a beginner like myself:
    - as far as I can tell, my family has been in Portugal since forever (kidding). My second reference group is GB and Ireland; my Y-DNA is most commonly found in Ireland. This agrees with the History books: Celtic presence in the North of Portugal thousands of years ago.
    - From what I've read, there are very close genetic similarities between current English and German people: historically, the Anglo-Saxons invaded England. Maybe some of your German ancestors did cross the Strait and that's why your German heritage appears as British Isles.

    Hope it helps!

    P.S. - Parabéns pelo excelente trabalho de pesquisa feito! Muitas horas de trabalho!

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