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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R1b-U152-Z56-BY3957
    MtDNA haplogroup
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    Ethnic group
    15/32 British, 5/32 German, 9/64 Irish, 1/8 Scots Gaelic, 5/64 French, 1/32 Welsh
    Country: USA - Washington



    Quote Originally Posted by BertV View Post
    Attachment 11845

    I'm still get the ancient Saxon England connection (almost 50%!), only the Germanic part is more precise.
    Yeah, that’s going to take some time to separate British Frisian Decendants from Dutch Frisian populations. The Frisian were one of the tribes that migrated to England after the Romans withdrew.
    Got to admit though, it’s sure interesting that you match folks from Former Wessex. 🤔
    Im sure that once LivingDNA breaks Holland up into separate populations, your British Admixture will disappear. :)
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fris...d_and_Scotland

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    15/32 British, 5/32 German, 9/64 Irish, 1/8 Scots Gaelic, 5/64 French, 1/32 Welsh
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    Here is my updated Ancestry, LivingDNA got my British Isles results to match up with my documented Ancestry overall, I have more Irish Admixture and less Highland Scots LivingDNA admixture than in my papertrail ancestry though; Dal Riata Kingdom maybe?
    I’m curious to see where LivingDNA is getting their French Admixture from, most of my German Ancestry seems to be hiding in my French results. 🤔

    Your recent ancestry results






      • Great Britain and Ireland


        76.4%

        • Ireland
          21.8%

        • East Anglia
          21.8%

        • South Yorkshire
          12.1%

        • Southeast England
          6.6%

        • Northumbria
          6.1%

        • North Wales
          1.9%

        • South England
          1.8%

        • South Central England
          1.7%

        • Northwest Scotland
          1.5%

        • South Wales
          1%



      • Europe (North and West)


        23.6%

        • France
          18.2%

        • Northwest Germanic
          5.4%







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    Father's side:
    been in North America for many generations, most arrived in early 1800's, so some uncertainty of origins
    ethnic origins, in order of highest proportion to lowest: English, Scottish, Irish, Channel Islands (6/64), Germanic Alsatian/Swabian (2/64 or 3/64)

    Mother's side:
    parents immigrated from Britain
    ethnic origins, in order of highest proportion to lowest: English, Scoto-Norman (2/64), Irish (1/64 or 2/64)


    If my genealogy is right, I should have no more than about 2.5% Southwest Germanic ancestry, yet Living DNA gives me 6%. I have not been able to trace every line back but I see no hints of any more Germanic ancestry and not enough untraced lines to account for 6% South Germanic.

    Living DNA results - original compared to updated.PNG

    If I compare my results at a broader regional level, there is not much change after the update.
    Living DNA results - original compared to updated [broader regions].PNG

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    It seems that Living DNA is updating everybody's results. Here are mine:
    Attachment 11789
    Now they make sense. Usually the 29% of East Europe is on the East side of the Balkans but what the heck
    For comparison, my Greek friend the (gedmatch) results of whom I have posted before.




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