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Stephen1986
04-11-2017, 05:00 PM
My results came today, and to illustrate my known ancestry, here is my map from Ancestry (two of my maternal great great grandfathers are unknown, I have no idea where they were from) -

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And here is my LivingDNA map -

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My results in more detail -

Global

Europe 97.6%
World (unassigned) 2.4%

Regional

Great Britain and Ireland 93.5%
Europe (unassigned) 4%

Sub-regions

NW England 26.1%
SE England 13.3%
Cumbria 9.7%
South Yorkshire 9%
South England 8.8%
East Anglia 8%
SW Scotland & Northern Ireland 5.5%
South Wales Border 2.1%
Northumbria 1.8%
Aberdeenshire 1.2%
SC England 1.2%
Orkney 1.2%
GB&I (unassigned) 5.7%

My maps showing Europe at different times in history, starting with The Age of Discovery (500 years ago) -

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Middle Ages (c1200 years ago) -

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Great Migration (c1700 years ago) -

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As for my haplogroups, it shows H1c3 for my maternal line, and I-P109 for my paternal line.

Stephen1986
04-11-2017, 05:30 PM
With my results I was hoping to see, if possible, any clues as to where my missing two great great grandfathers were from. As far as I know they were in Lancashire at some point c1900, but I haven't any idea where they were from. Do my results give any indication of recent ancestry that doesn't really fit with my known ancestry as shown in the AncestryDNA map?

angscoire
04-11-2017, 09:16 PM
Mine came in today too , 4 weeks ahead of schedule, so they are speeding up process times.

AnnieD
04-12-2017, 01:24 AM
Very cool results! Mostly English as you would probably expect but a spot of Scottish. :) I'm surprised, though, at you European British also getting around 4% Euro unidentified. It will be interesting to see what this reveals with subsequent fine-tuning.

JohnHowellsTyrfro
04-12-2017, 04:04 AM
With my results I was hoping to see, if possible, any clues as to where my missing two great great grandfathers were from. As far as I know they were in Lancashire at some point c1900, but I haven't any idea where they were from. Do my results give any indication of recent ancestry that doesn't really fit with my known ancestry as shown in the AncestryDNA map?

Well there are a few people here, including myself, where recent additions to the paper trail appear to confirm at least some of Living DNA's regional predictions.
Personally I think it's worth doing FTDNA Family Finder and it's not that expensive. Already I've found out quite a bit about my family through contacting close matches, but maybe I've been lucky. John

AnnieD
04-12-2017, 04:33 AM
To my eye, your Ancestry map #1 correlates brilliantly with LivingDNA map #2. Overall, a very NW England profile, but LivingDNA shows a tad NE Scotland as well. It looks to me like you are a big success for them. :cheer2:

Jessie
04-12-2017, 04:40 AM
Mine came in today too , 4 weeks ahead of schedule, so they are speeding up process times.

Have you posted your results?

angscoire
04-12-2017, 07:21 AM
Have you posted your results?

Yes , on another results thread.

04-12-2017, 07:55 AM
Yes , on another results thread.

I see you like making us look :beerchug:

angscoire
04-12-2017, 10:43 PM
I see you like making us look :beerchug:

They say it's the journey that matters , not the destination !