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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie View Post
    What sort of surnames do your South Asian matches have?

    I have 294 Ashkenazi matches and they have surnames such as Coughlan, Donnelly, Williams, Daly, Lincoln, Nielsen, Keleher. So as you can see by the surnames they don't sound very Jewish.
    294 Ashkenazi matches is quite a lot, are you sure nobody is full Jew?
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    I have 151 so not really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nqp15hhu View Post
    Those are Americans from the NE probably, so not a realistic idea.

    My South Asian matches have names such as: Young, Wilson...

    But also: Kannourakis, Shah, Ujoodah, Kapor
    Kannourakis is Greek and Shah is common in India/Pakistan, Ujoodah is Indian and Kapor in a Punjab/Sikh name so that does make it interesting for you and a possiblity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyrylBojarski View Post
    294 Ashkenazi matches is quite a lot, are you sure nobody is full Jew?
    No I'm not certain but many of the surnames aren't Jewish. I know my ancestry well via papertrail and it would be very unusual for me to actually have real Ashkenazi Jewish heritage. I did notice that they do seem to give Ashkenazi to lots of populations including a lot of Irish which makes it seem very dubious as Ireland didn't exactly have a large Jewish population.

    They gave it out to quite a few people on this and I also saw Eimear Quinn (a former Irish Eurovision winner) also got Ashkenazi.



    Also you can see here how many matches I get with other populations which sort of dwarfs the amount of Ashkenazi matches.



    I would be fascinated if I did have actual Ashkenazi ancestry but I doubt it very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie View Post
    That's MyHeritage. I get 2.8% Ashkenazi on there and I know it's not accurate. I would be happy it is was though.



    My brother's result on the right. No Ashkenazi but Greek&South Italian and Baltic & small amount of Finnish.

    Similarly I get ~4% Finnish on MyHeritage, but nowhere else (including other commercial tests). Although I was stoked when I first saw this, I don't particularly trust that it's real. 4% seems high enough to not to be noise, but then I would expect it to pop up elsewhere too. Both Finnish and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry should be easily identifiable due to highly homogenous gene pools, so why is it not then assigned by other vendors? Of course, I might very well have some distant Finnish ancestry, but it's hard to take the result seriously. For instance, I've seen plenty of native Norwegians getting assigned Native American in tiny amounts, which is a result that defies any reasonable explanation when taken literally. It's more likely a proxy for some additional amounts of Siberian or Ancient North Eurasian ancestry that is present in Saami people.

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    Tartessian was very high. Also, GR samples were some of the more WANA shifted ones, some of them should probably be omitted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyrylBojarski View Post
    294 Ashkenazi matches is quite a lot, are you sure nobody is full Jew?
    I have 155 Ashkenazi matches and my great aunt has 211 matches so it's not unusual for an Irish person to have these matches. I came across one in my great aunt's matches with the surname Mentzer who is 40.2% Ashkenazi Jewish with no Irish, Scottish or Welsh percentage.

    Quote Originally Posted by sktibo View Post
    Nqp has the best of all worlds: Ulster Irish and exotic ancestry to boot!
    Any children that my brother may have in the future with his girlfriend who he's living with would have a bit of exotic ancestry. His girlfriend is 1/4 Pakistani (not that she looks it). Any potential children would be missing out on the Ulster Irish though. They'd have to settle with Connacht Irish.
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    mtDNA (P) ancestor: Fleming b. c1831 in Co. Roscommon
    mtDNA (M) ancestor: McDermott b. c1814 in Co. Roscommon
    mtDNA Great grandfather: Connella b. c1798 in Co. Roscommon (T2a1a8)
    Y-DNA 2x great grandfather: Higgins b. c1816 in Co. Roscommon (R-DF109)
    Y-DNA 3x great grandfather: Fleming b. c1829 in Co. Roscommon (R-Z23534)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FionnSneachta View Post
    I have 155 Ashkenazi matches and my great aunt has 211 matches so it's not unusual for an Irish person to have these matches. I came across one in my great aunt's matches with the surname Mentzer who is 40.2% Ashkenazi Jewish with no Irish, Scottish or Welsh percentage.



    Any children that my brother may have in the future with his girlfriend who he's living with would have a bit of exotic ancestry. His girlfriend is 1/4 Pakistani (not that she looks it). Any potential children would be missing out on the Ulster Irish though. They'd have to settle with Connacht Irish.
    Connacht is almost as good..
    My personal top choice is Munster... if they make an Irish regional DNA test I'll need you to photoshop me up a nice munster result.. maybe with some ulster..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sktibo View Post
    Connacht is almost as good..
    My personal top choice is Munster... if they make an Irish regional DNA test I'll need you to photoshop me up a nice munster result.. maybe with some ulster..
    Munster and Connacht are the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie View Post
    Munster and Connacht are the best.
    Okay, Connacht is pretty great, but, Munster is my favorite. It's where my whole quest began, family stories - by that I mean family lies - about Irish ancestors from county Cork.
    Connacht has Galway city, which is just amazing if you're a tourist. Must drive the locals crazy in high season.. but hey, I am not a local! Connacht gets points for that. The ancient forts on the Aran islands were spectacular as well.
    You have a pretty enviable combination, I must admit.

    My next Irish quest will be hunting down the towns my wife's Irish ancestors lived in Ulster and travelling there. Fingers crossed for Donegal.

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