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Old 7th March 2016, 09:38 PM
gensrchr2 gensrchr2 is offline
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If you go over to gedmatch.com, register, and upload your data file, if you run your kit number in the Eurogenes K13 admixture tool with Oracles, I would not be surprised if the Oracle-4 identifies your French.
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Old 8th January 2018, 05:27 PM
Rhonda Hatton Rhonda Hatton is offline
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Originally Posted by rmurphy View Post

My father is 3/4 French Acadian and I figured it would show in my Family Finder results. However on MyOrigins it does not show any Western and Central Europe. It shows 48% British Isles, 29% Southern Europe and 24% Scandinavia.

Any reason for no Western and Central Europe being detected when I am over a third French Acadian?
The results may depend greatly on what part of France your ancestors were from. For instance, Scandinavian could indicate immigrants from Normandie and Southern European immigrants from Provence. France has experienced a lot of immigration over the past 3,000 years and the little ethnic group of people unique to that country is kind of contained in the middle of it. To be perfectly honest, the land now known as France was not ethnically unified back when they called it Gaul!
Sorry for the late reply.

Last edited by Rhonda Hatton; 8th January 2018 at 05:28 PM. Reason: Didn't make sense
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