So glad you found evidence in your genetic explorations to support what you know of your genealogy. They go hand-in-hand.
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DNA Consultants rankings are according to how many profiles within our 492 living populations your profile matches. As an example, your #1 ranking would show your profile matched more profiles in that population of people in the study than any other population. The #2 ranking indicates your profile'...
Hello again, Your rankings are based on the relative frequency of you matching each population. Your top four populations are found within one nation. On a relative basis, you matched the top one more closely than the other three, but the differences might be slight. If you want a more personal expl...
Hello, The number before each population in the Top 50 World populations ranks the populations (in descending order) as to the number of matches your genetic profile had in each. The population ranked #1 had the most, #2 had the second most, etc. We give the top 50 as they show the top populations i...
- Fri May 04, 2018 3:17 pm
- Forum: Europe
- Topic: Family Mystery Solved regarding missing German ancestry
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1235
I'm finding there's almost always an expanding story to explain the "mysteries" once we can track down the family members.
- Thu Dec 14, 2017 8:10 pm
- Forum: Rare Genes from History
- Topic: question about rare gene results
- Replies: 3
- Views: 5706
DNA Consultants has three Sinti population lineage markers that trace back to northern India as do the Romani/Gypsies themselves. These marker are not original in Gypsies, but reflect an earlier population that handed down the markers, which were carried by the Gypsies as they migrated west through ...
Yvette, Historical events play an important part in the human story. Jewish II alleles (markers) are characteristic among the Ashkenazi (German) Jews. In mid-20th century, the German Holocaust was launched by the Nazis, and millions of people were killed, including 6 million Jews. Individuals and wh...