When I wrote about my first foray into DNA testing in April 2012 (my most-read blog post), my autosomal results indicated that my genetic ethnicity (going back many hundreds of years) was 78% British Isles, 16% Scandinavian, and 6% Uncertain.
AncestryDNA has greatly increased the genetic regions and provided more information about the ranges of possibility of each ethnicity.
First, the summary: 64% Great Britain, 23% Europe West, 6% Ireland and 7% Trace Regions. Interesting: where did the Scandinavian go? And what are the Trace Regions?
|My updated genetic ethnicity (according to AncestryDNA)|