AncestryDNA | Your DNA Journey | Ancestry

AncestryDNA | Your DNA Journey | Ancestry



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13 Comments

  1. Gav R says:

    I would love some help interpreting what I'm seeing. Is there a video which clarifies the graphics shown on the "DNA story over time?" If I click on 1800 it shows green hotspots across England. I've read the text which says these are "ancestral birth locations" but it's not clear whether this relates directly to me or if it's just aggregate data. It also says the location data is based off other trees, so is it extrapolating from my DNA matches to other people's trees? The dotted lines – are they just showing typical migration patterns or is this directly connected to my tree? A common ancestor's decedents migrated? A video walk-through of this complex data would really help us get better value from what we've got as I think it's a great product but I don't feel I'm fully understanding how much it's giving me.

  2. 2.5Million Views and 200 likes, I'm-

  3. Lovetruez says:

    I think they base it off your name so i don't believe this actually gives a legit answers

  4. I could not understand my results is it possible to get some help with reading it?

  5. Berkay S says:

    If i am %54 middle east for instance doest it just say u are from middle eastern or does it give more detail like iran etc

  6. Question about Native American DNA.
    If I have Native American in my DNA results would I be able also to find out from region they are from. e.g. the Amazon, Andes, Colombia, the Caribbean, Colombia, or Venezuela, Mexico, United States,etc?
    I ask because I have Amerindian ancestors from different countries and I would to know if this for sure.

  7. Alexander says:

    Will there be more regions added? I'm wondering because the 'Eastern Europe' is somewhat vague and I'm curious to find out more details about that part of my ethnicity.

  8. Please answer. When i click see 150 regions and it shows america and it has a number by lets say mexico. What does that mean?

  9. bob ross says:

    European jewish 33%  sounds like someone is a freemason owned company.

  10. Green Rose says:

    Thank you ancestryDNA for providing this product. I thought I would be mostly British with some Europe west and Irish. Turns out I'm 34% Scandinavian, 22% Great Britain, 16% Irish, 10% Europe West, 9% Iberian, 7% Italy/Greece and 2% Europe east. The Scandinavian surprised me cause it makes up 1/3rd of my DNA and I had no idea.

  11. gais b says:

    I found out I was 44% Great. Britain I fell of my chair when I got the results lol

  12. More information should be provided about not inheriting DNA. An individual can be descended from someone from a certain race or ethnicity and not have any of their DNA.

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