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    Quote Originally Posted by Sully View Post
    My ancestryDNa results:



    in comparison to my 23andme results:
    I don't know if AncestryDNA uses both Sephardi and Ashkenazi samples, but it may be that your Euro Jewish might be Sephardic and was read as Southern Euro on 23andme. Don't know how to explain the zero NA on your AncestryDNA though... you're suddenly getting 2% South Asian that didn't show up on 23andme but NA is more likely to be read as East Asian rather than South.

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    I have a question. I recently got my 23andMe results back and there wasn't really anything shocking. I had 1.4% East Asian & Native American which I initially just shrugged off, but my mothers Haplogroup ended up being fb4. I'm not familiar with haplogroups, but I know it said fb4 is mostly common in Vietnamese etc., could this be some recent admixture or something far off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yes Movement View Post
    I don't know if AncestryDNA uses both Sephardi and Ashkenazi samples, but it may be that your Euro Jewish might be Sephardic and was read as Southern Euro on 23andme. Don't know how to explain the zero NA on your AncestryDNA though... you're suddenly getting 2% South Asian that didn't show up on 23andme but NA is more likely to be read as East Asian rather than South.
    Yeah, and on GEDmatch with my AncestryDNA raw data, South Asian/Indian is showing up where it wasn't before (or being taken away) while everything else is is still there (though, they can keep playing around with the Amerindian and the Austronesian). But they're just trace regions. Maybe something else in my DNA is confusing them, so that's why Asia South was their best guess? Perhaps the same for the European Jewish?

    example:
    With 23andMe:


    and AncestryDNA:


    With 23andMe:


    and AncestryDNA:


    Quote Originally Posted by SuperHuman View Post
    I have a question. I recently got my 23andMe results back and there wasn't really anything shocking. I had 1.4% East Asian & Native American which I initially just shrugged off, but my mothers Haplogroup ended up being fb4. I'm not familiar with haplogroups, but I know it said fb4 is mostly common in Vietnamese etc., could this be some recent admixture or something far off?
    This is similar to a person I posted earlier whose maternal haplogroup was from Southeast Asia but she only had 0.6% Southeast Asian ancestry shown on 23andMe. It's distant ancestry that just retained that haplogroup throughout your mother's maternal line.


    This woman traces her maternal line to Southern Mississippi.


    They say F3 is common amongst Austronesian people. I wondered if it could be from a Malagasy ancestor. Some where taken as slaves to the Americas. A blogger, if I can remember the link to his site, said he came upon a slave narrative that described one of these "Malagasy Negroes" in Mississippi.
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    Two new DNA cousins:

    African-American with Louisiana and Alabama origins:




    Half-African American; half-Filipino from California:


    "Only those with simple minds rely on stereotypes."

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    From Washington, Louisiana, and California:





    From Alabama, Louisiana, and California:


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    Cool results!, Sully do you have Sephardic ancestry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    Cool results!, Sully do you have Sephardic ancestry?
    Thanks, and I guess it's possible. Many of my colonial ancestors were from the Carolinas which was home to many Jewish settlers (some of the earliest being Sephardic Jews). But I don't have any Jewish ancestry that I know of for sure. I did come across a small family of Gonsolvos that I'm descended from in North Carolina during the 1600s. However, as of right now, I don't know what they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sully View Post
    Thanks, and I guess it's possible. Many of my colonial ancestors were from the Carolinas which was home to many Jewish settlers (some of the earliest being Sephardic Jews). But I don't have any Jewish ancestry that I know of for sure. I did come across a small family of Gonsolvos that I'm descended from in North Carolina during the 1600s. However, as of right now, I don't know what they are.
    Sounds portuguese to me.
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    nice posts Sully, I will post some later on as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    Sounds Portuguese to me.
    It could be. Long time ago, though. They were just my 10th great grandparents (or at least their daughter, Susana). Besides them, I haven't found anybody that looks like they could be, but you never know. *shrugs*

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    A family of Gullahs from South Carolina:





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    Half-African American, half-Japanese with distant Hawaiian and Choctaw ancestry.




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