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    Very Cool!

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    You are connected through shared ancestors to people from England and parts of the Southern Uplands of Scotland. Today, English ancestry is a melting pot of Celtic-like ancestry and ancestry associated with later waves of migration of Germanic peoples, including the Angles, Saxons, and Danish and Norwegian Vikings.



    You are connected through shared ancestors to people from South East and South Central England, including much of what was once the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex, as well as parts of the neighboring kingdom of Mercia near the River Severn. Some of your ancestors may have lived in this area, and you may have relatives who still live here today.

    Commonly reported recent ancestor locations in this genetic group are: Kent, Gloucestershire, East Sussex, West Sussex, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Dorset, Somerset


    You are connected through shared ancestors to people from southern England, Essex, and East Anglia, a region that once encompassed the medieval Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of Wessex, East Anglia, Kent, Essex, and Sussex. While English is the predominant language spoken in this genetic group, some speak Cornish, a Brittonic Celtic language native to Cornwall that was revived at the beginning of the 20th century.

    Commonly reported recent ancestor locations in this genetic group are: Norfolk, Cornwall, Suffolk, Devon, Kent, Oxfordshire, Dorset, East and West Sussex, Somerset, Surry, Essex, Gloucestershire, and London




    You are connected through shared ancestors to people from Wales and England’s Welsh border counties. Wales was primarily ruled by Celtic Britons until it came under the influence of the Kingdom of England during the High Middle Ages. Today, many people in Wales still speak Welsh, a Brittonic Celtic language with ancient roots in western Britain.

    Commonly reported recent ancestor locations in this genetic group are: Gwynedd, Swansea, Gloucestershire, Monmouthshire, Cardiff, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Worcestershire, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, and Shropshire
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    Only attached the highly likely matches for now.Screenshot_20230317-070334.png

    And father's:
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    Forgot ma tested with 23andMe as well.
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    I no longer have a 23andme, but my mother’s results are 94.5% British and Irish with one genetic community:

    Northern Ireland and
    Central Scottish Lowlands


    You are connected through shared ancestors to
    people from Northern Ireland and the central
    lowlands of Scotland, some of whom speak
    Lowland Scots-a language closely related to English
    with Scandinavian influence-or Irish Gaelic.

    Commonly reported recent ancestor locations in this
    genetic group are: Antrim, Londonderry, Down,
    Armagh, Dumfries and Galloway, Belfast, Edinburgh,
    Stirling, Ayrshire, Lanark, and Glasgow
    AncestryDNA(Aug 2022): England & NW Europe 45%, Scotland 22%, Ireland 19%, Wales 9%, Sweden & Denmark 2%, Germanic Europe 2%, Cameron, Congo 1%

    Living DNA:
    Great Britain and Ireland 100%
    N. Ireland and SW Scotland 26.2%, SC England 17.7%, Central England 17.3%, S Wales Border 8%, East Anglia 7.6%, NW Scotland 6%, Ireland 5.8%, NW England 5%, N Wales 3.2%, Aberdeenshire 1.8%, SE England 1.3%

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    My wife has the following:

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    You are connected through shared ancestors to people from South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire in the foothills of the South Pennines—a region that was once part of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Northumbria and the Viking Kingdom of York before the unification of England. Some of your ancestors may have lived in this area, and you may have relatives who still live here today.

    It's close as far as I know. Her maiden name is Scottish via London and her great grandparents.
    Known Ancestry: NW Russian 25%, Central French 25%, North German 25%, Scandinavian 12.5%, mixed Polish/German (Pomerania) 12.5%

    yDNA: 2x great grandfather, born 1854, Danzig (Prussia/Poland/Pomerania)
    mtDNA: 3x great grandmother, born 1863, Bagneux, Indre, Centre Val-de Loire, France

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    I get North of Ireland and Central Scottish Lowlands Highly Likely Ulster Central Scotland.png and Scotland and the North of Ireland Likely Ulster Scotland 23andMe.png along with my 10 Counties for the U.K. and Ireland where I get Donegal and Glasgow at #1
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    Y-DNA R-DF23>ZP148>ZP171>Y103496 MDKA Thomas Doherty, b. 1825, Three Trees, Donegal, Ireland.
    mtDNA T2g1 MDKA Francoise Arguin, b. 1698, Camaret-Sur-Mer, Bretagne, France

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    A Geordie is basically a Scot who had his head kicked in and was thrown over Hadrian's wall (my old Corporal used to say).

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    So I basically have to pay lots of money to get this? Pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firemonkey View Post
    So I basically have to pay lots of money to get this? Pass.
    Firemonkey, all you have to do is look at your Ancestry Composition on 23&me and click on British & Irish to view Genetic Groups…
    AncestryDNA(Aug 2022): England & NW Europe 45%, Scotland 22%, Ireland 19%, Wales 9%, Sweden & Denmark 2%, Germanic Europe 2%, Cameron, Congo 1%

    Living DNA:
    Great Britain and Ireland 100%
    N. Ireland and SW Scotland 26.2%, SC England 17.7%, Central England 17.3%, S Wales Border 8%, East Anglia 7.6%, NW Scotland 6%, Ireland 5.8%, NW England 5%, N Wales 3.2%, Aberdeenshire 1.8%, SE England 1.3%

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    Mine are the same as before. 99% Irish and Scottish.

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