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Old 25th June 2015, 08:04 AM
Armando Armando is offline
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while i consider myorigins to be inaccurate,i'll share my mom's
results anyways:
51% european
22% new world
9% east asian
7% jewish diaspora
6% central asia
5% african
For a comparison can you post your mother's results from Ancestry?
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Old 25th June 2015, 10:59 AM
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For a comparison can you post your mother's results from Ancestry?
yes here's her results(note the results in that last post were formated oddly due to the forum glitch that made the text read right to left). Also my mom's sis and dad have been tested thrugh ancestry as well but i haven't transfered their results to here
52% europe
33% america
8% west asia
5% african
2% east asian

armondo, are you on nuestros ranchos also? your name seems familiar.

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Old 25th June 2015, 11:13 AM
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[----] (note the results in that last post were formatted oddly due to the forum glitch that made the text read right to left) [----]
They are just fine. Take a look yourself
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Old 25th June 2015, 12:18 PM
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They are just fine. Take a look yourself
what a relief, i was afraid they would be unreadable since i had a hard time reading it before the glitch got fixed
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Old 25th June 2015, 12:51 PM
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what a relief, i was afraid they would be unreadable since i had a hard time reading it before the glitch got fixed
A change of the language default can easily happen to anyone who scrolls using tab and arrow keys. Try also Spanish and German versions, so if that happens to you again you can survive
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Old 26th June 2015, 10:33 AM
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* (Although Greeks, Turks, Cypriots, Italians, Lebanese, Syrians, Iraqis, Palestinians would be preferred in this case).
paternal:
Colonial American roots.
Irish, Scottish
then German on his maternal side.
M269 (SNPs pending)

maternal:
adopted - so anything is possible.
her paternal side rumored to be Native American.
U3 (FMS pending) *
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European (total 98%)
--- British Isles 57%
--- Southern Europe 21% *
--- Scandinavia 20%
Middle Eastern (total 1%) *
--- Eastern Middle East 1% *

Unassigned 1%

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Old 2nd July 2015, 05:11 PM
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i've decided to share my grandpa's(mom's dad) ancestrydna results especially since he gets a way higher ME percentage than her.
56% europe
27% america
13% west asia
3% africa
<1% east asia
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Old 2nd July 2015, 10:03 PM
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55% Western and Central Europe
26% Scandinavia
8% Eastern Europe
3% British Isles

7% Ashkenazi Diaspora

1% Central Asia

This fits roughly with my family tree:
On my dad's side his paternal grandparents were immigrants from Wales and England. His maternal grandparents were from Bavaria and Mecklinburg-Schwerin.

On my mother's side her paternal grandfather's parents were Swedish and Norwegian, he married a Norwegian immigrant. Her maternal grandfather was a German Jew (Pomerania), her maternal grandmother's father was an English immigrant but her maternal grandmother was of English/Scots ancestry, I haven't worked that one out entirely--there are suggestions they might have been Ulster Scots, they were here maybe before 1750.

I'm sure the Eastern Europe is due to the Ashkenazi great grandparent and that the 1% Central Asia tagged along somehow with the U5, but the low British Isles was a little bit of a surprise.
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Old 3rd July 2015, 03:33 PM
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My results (V3 transfer). Parents from S India (Iyer/ Karnataka Brahmins)

South Asia 51%
Central Asia 37%
Southeast Asia 6%
Scandinavia 6%

On 23andMe:
99.7% S Asia
0.2% Broadly N Europe
0.1% Native American
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Old 1st August 2015, 03:41 PM
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My results (V3 transfer). Parents from S India (Iyer/ Karnataka Brahmins)

South Asia 51%
Central Asia 37%
Southeast Asia 6%
Scandinavia 6%

On 23andMe:
99.7% S Asia
0.2% Broadly N Europe
0.1% Native American
0.2% Broadly N Europe
0.1% Native American

Is interesting. Does any bother think that might mean broadly Neanderthal?
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