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  • #46
    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    Gary
    I ain't a hominid..I'm straight !!!
    I never doubted it for a second.

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    • #47
      We need Peter Birchwood's input here. He's one of the greatest forensic genealogists ever.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
        Everyone is from everywhere.
        Indeed, Robert. It's a round world, after all
        Kind regards, Sam Flynn

        "Suche Nullen"
        (F. Nietzsche)

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        • #49
          I've got a Tudor Cuz - he's called Bo Vine.

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          • #50
            I got 'em, San Luis Obispo.

            I'll give them to Nina to check out.

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            • #51
              Hi Howard,

              It seems Ancestry has changed how it determines DNA ethnicity. My results are now completely different. A lot of users aren't happy.

              After Ancestry rolled out a new update to its ethnicity estimate system last week, users noticed dramatic changes in their ethnic profiles — some of which is inaccurate, customers say.
              After Ancestry rolled out a new update to its ethnicity estimate system last week, users noticed dramatic changes in their ethnic profiles.


              Now I have to turn in my Armani for a French Beret.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by San Fran View Post
                Without further ado:

                Italian/Greek 57%
                Western Europe 24%
                Iberian Peninsula 8%
                Irish 6%
                Eastern Europe 3%
                Scandinavian 2%
                Updated/Enhanced Results

                France 41%
                Italy 37%
                (Northern Italy)
                Greece & the Balkans 6%
                England Wales & Northwestern Europe 6%
                Germanic Europe 3%
                Sardinia 2%
                Sweden 2%
                Ireland & Scotland 2%
                Turkey & the Caucasus 1%

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                • #53
                  Back in April 2017 :

                  East Europe 37 % (
                  Great Britain 32 %
                  Scandinavia 15%
                  West Europe 8%
                  Iberian Peninsula 1%
                  Italy/Greece 3%
                  West Asia India, Pakistan) 3%
                  Asia Nepal) 1%

                  December 2020 :

                  Eastern Europe 42 %
                  Scotland 23%
                  England & NW Europe 22%
                  Baltic 6%
                  Balkan 5%
                  Germanic 2%
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                  100 %

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                  • #54
                    Forgot to mention Nina's DNA percentages...


                    97 percent Portuguese from Sao Miguel Island in The Azores
                    2 percent Spanish
                    1 percent Sephardic Jewish
                    ___________
                    100 percent

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
                      Back in April 2017 :

                      East Europe 37 % (
                      Great Britain 32 %
                      Scandinavia 15%
                      West Europe 8%
                      Iberian Peninsula 1%
                      Italy/Greece 3%
                      West Asia India, Pakistan) 3%
                      Asia Nepal) 1%

                      December 2020 :

                      Eastern Europe 42 %
                      Scotland 23%
                      England & NW Europe 22%
                      Baltic 6%
                      Balkan 5%
                      Germanic 2%
                      -------------------
                      100 %
                      You lost your 1% yeti potential. How abominable!

                      I sent my sample off a few weeks ago, but apparently it hasn’t arrived yet.




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                      • #56
                        Gary:

                        Hope you didn't send a stool sample in again...they won't accept 'em.


                        I noticed that my Czechoslovakianpolackian percentage went up and the Sherpa pool musta have been drained. It is abomnibale.

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                        • #57
                          My own French and German pools drained, with two thirds of the French pool and all of my Balkan going to "Northern Italy". So my Italian went from 57 to 37 to 68 with the Southern Italian making it 70 percent. These results, at least with the major percentages, make more sense to me.

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                          • #58
                            My first go:

                            Ireland (West Cork): 39%
                            England/NW Europe: 34%
                            Scotland: 22%
                            Wales: 5%

                            The Irish % makes sense from the research I’ve done - specifically in respect of West Cork.

                            The Scottish contribution was a bit of a surprise. I came across a hint in that direction some time ago which I dismissed because it seemed to be contradicted by another record that made more sense.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
                              I've got a Tudor Cuz - he's called Bo Vine.
                              Did you find any cousins with "Tudor" in their pedigree? Jennifer has 11. I have none. So not everyone is related IMO.

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                              • #60
                                Afraid not, SF.

                                Bo Vine ‘chewed the cud’ apparently, he wasn’t my Tudor Cuz after all.




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