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  1. #401
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    Quote Originally Posted by tatals View Post
    HOW?!?!?! I mean, I am half something half something else, and all I get is one side of me, lol. I thought it was what it was, you'd only get one group, but now I'M MAD.
    I think it is because my ancestors lived in the two regions for hundreds of years and did not mix with other cultures.

    We don’t all have lots of communities though. I suppose I have this because I have two strong but different ancestry groups.

    My Mum:



    Myself:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    I think it is because my ancestors lived in the two regions for hundreds of years and did not mix with other cultures.

    We don’t all have lots of communities though. I suppose I have this because I have two strong but different ancestry groups.
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    My Irish communities are all in one area and there’s lots of them.

    Whereas my English ones are more vague. London, Essex and Suffolk are represented by East of England. Liverpool is well represented but Hampshire/Southampton is nowhere in sight. I suppose my English side is more mixed though.
    23andme V5.9: 97.3% British and Irish, 2.3% Spanish and Portuguese, 0.2% Broadly Southern European, 0.2% Unassigned
    AncestryDNA 2020: 50% England & Northwestern Europe, 35% Ireland, 15% Scotland
    Paper trail to 1850s: County Mayo 25%, Essex 25%, London 15.625%, Hampshire/Southampton 12.5%, Lancashire/Liverpool 9.375%, Devon 6.25%, Suffolk 3.125%, County Cavan 3.125%, Gibraltar (military service)

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    I don't have any communities for Ancestry DNA, not even one :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by lana6765 View Post
    6D439554-AEFE-4840-A17D-383CA3493AA6.jpeg

    My Irish communities are all in one area and there’s lots of them.

    Whereas my English ones are more vague. London, Essex and Suffolk are represented by East of England. Liverpool is well represented but Hampshire/Southampton is nowhere in sight. I suppose my English side is more mixed though.
    Wow that’s even more saturated than the NI communities.

    With the English that is probably due to a lot of immigration..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    I think it is because my ancestors lived in the two regions for hundreds of years and did not mix with other cultures.

    We don’t all have lots of communities though. I suppose I have this because I have two strong but different ancestry groups.

    I mean, it would make much more sense for people with different origins to have different communities. I got 'Portuguese in Southern Brazil', but there should also be something like 'Italians in São Paulo', as it's a very well-established community. It's just that Ancestry is focused on Northern communities, really. Ancestry doesn't even test in Brazil. (Also, because they completely DESTROYED my Italian and made me British, so I could never get Italian anyway.)
    Maternal Grandmother: fully Portuguese: Aveiro, Viseu, Santarém
    Maternal Grandfather: half Italian (Rovigo and Caserta), half Col. Brazilian (Am. + Braga)
    Paternal Grandmother: half Italian (Vicenza, Padova, Lucca), half Col. Brazilian (Am. + Azores)
    Paternal Grandfather: fully Italian: Vicenza, Treviso and Rovigo

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvolt View Post
    I don't have any communities for Ancestry DNA, not even one :/
    May I ask your origins?
    Maternal Grandmother: fully Portuguese: Aveiro, Viseu, Santarém
    Maternal Grandfather: half Italian (Rovigo and Caserta), half Col. Brazilian (Am. + Braga)
    Paternal Grandmother: half Italian (Vicenza, Padova, Lucca), half Col. Brazilian (Am. + Azores)
    Paternal Grandfather: fully Italian: Vicenza, Treviso and Rovigo

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatals View Post
    I mean, it would make much more sense for people with different origins to have different communities. I got 'Portuguese in Southern Brazil', but there should also be something like 'Italians in São Paulo', as it's a very well-established community. It's just that Ancestry is focused on Northern communities, really. Ancestry doesn't even test in Brazil. (Also, because they completely DESTROYED my Italian and made me British, so I could never get Italian anyway.)
    She's right, AncestryDNA is just too focused on the British Isles anyway, as I previously said. Even their ads are just giving British examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatals View Post
    May I ask your origins?
    I am Swedish/SwedishFinn (~50%), and then (don't know entirely)German, British Isles, and smaller amounts of south and east euro. On Ancestry dna I would have expected at least Swedish communities since it is recent, plus 23andme gives me several accurate regions for everything.
    Last edited by cvolt; 12-05-2020 at 12:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23abc View Post
    How about this upcoming webinar by MyHeritage about their New Ethnicity Estimates? https://familytreewebinars.com/webin...ebinar_id=1298

    Even if it's not coming out before that webinar I hope to learn more about it.
    Now pushed back to Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

    Either the webinar will discuss the update after it has been released or it has been pushed back again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 23abc View Post
    Now pushed back to Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

    Either the webinar will discuss the update after it has been released or it has been pushed back again.
    Un flipping believable.

    They have advertised the new regions and are talking about 3-4 week period for a turn around for results. I would be less than happy if I payed for a product and did not receive what was advertised.

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