My father is not Croatian at all :-)

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My father's lineage points out to Greece/Albania. Although we have never had any known Greek/Albanian ancestry. My last name is typical Slavic (Croatian) and it hasn't changed for many centuries. When I enlarge the details, the frequency of his closest 'relatives' is the highest in Greece. His haplogroup is J2 (subclade J2a1b1 or M92). I would then reckon that in the past my ancestors lived in Greece? Would I be right? AncestryDNA shows this Greek relationship from 18th century when my known ancestors had long been living far away from Greece and without any relation to it. So, why does it show Greece? Thank you :heart:
 

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