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This report predicts the ancestral origin of different parts of your DNA by comparing them to reference populations. By default, our confidence in a prediction must be greater than 50% to report it. Select a different confidence level to make your Ancestry Composition results more conservative.  [July 2019]

European 68.7%

British & Irish - 37.7%
37.7%
Broadly Northwestern European - 9.2%
9.2%
Spanish & Portuguese - 9.5%
9.5%
Broadly Southern European - 8.5%
8.5%
Ashkenazi Jewish - 0.5%
0.5%
Broadly European - 3.4%
3.4%

East Asian & Native American 23.0%

Native American - 21.3%
21.3%
Broadly Northern Asian & Native American - 1.4%
1.4%
Broadly East Asian & Native American - 0.3%
Web Designer 0.3%

Sub-Saharan African 4.6%

Senegambian & Guinean 3.5%
3.5%
Broadly West African - 0.2%
Web Designer 0.2%
Broadly Sub-Saharan African - 0.8%
0.8 0.8%
Trace Broadly Western Asian & North African 0.4%
0.4%
North African & Arabian - 0.1%
0.1%
3.1%
3.1%
Ancestry Composition

Recent Ancestry in the Americas

El Salvador has 14 administrative regions, and we found the strongest evidence of your ancestry in the following 5 regions.

  1. San Salvador Department
  2. San Miguel Department
  3. Santa Ana Department
  4. Sonsonate Department
  5. Usulután Department

Guatemala has 22 administrative regions, and we found the strongest evidence of your ancestry in the following 2 regions.

  1. Guatemala Department
  2. Quiché Department

Recent Ancestry in the British Isles

The United Kingdom has 165 administrative regions, and we found the strongest evidence of your ancestry in the following 10 regions.
Glasgow City
Greater London
Lancashire
Greater Manchester
County Durham
Somerset
Belfast
Edinburgh
Gloucestershire
Cumbria

Ireland has 26 administrative regions, and we found the strongest evidence of your ancestry in the following 1 regions.

  1. County Louth

Unassigned

There is a wide range of human diversity out there, and sometimes our algorithm can’t pinpoint a region of your DNA to a specific population. Bear with us as our data and resources continue to expand. We expect the amount of unassigned ancestry our customers see to decrease.

Ancestry Timeline

How many generations ago was your most recent ancestor for each population?

1-3 Generations Ago
British & Irish
You most likely had a parent, grandparent, or great-grandparent who was 100% British & Irish. This person was likely born between 1880 and 1940.
1-3 Generations Ago
4-7 Generations Ago
Spanish & Portuguese
You most likely had a second-great-grandparent, third-great-grandparent, fourth-great-grandparent, or fifth-great-grandparent who was 100% Spanish & Portuguese. This person was likely born between 1760 and 1850.
4-7 Generations Ago
4-7 Generations Ago
Native American
You most likely had a second-great-grandparent, third-great-grandparent, fourth-great-grandparent, or fifth-great-grandparent who was 100% Native American. This person was likely born between 1760 and 1850.
4-7 Generations Ago
5-8 Generations Ago
Ashkenazi Jewish
You most likely had a third-great-grandparent, fourth-great-grandparent, fifth-great-grandparent, or sixth-great-grandparent who was 100% Ashkenazi Jewish. This person was likely born between 1730 and 1820.
5-8 Generations Ago
6-8+ Generations Ago
Senegambian & Guinean
You most likely had a fourth-great-grandparent, fifth-great-grandparent, sixth-great-grandparent, or seventh-great- (or greater) grandparent who was 100% Senegambian & Guinean. This person was likely born between 1700 and 1790.
6-8+ Generations Ago
6-8+ Generations Ago
North African & Arabian
You most likely had a fourth-great-grandparent, fifth-great-grandparent, sixth-great-grandparent, or seventh-great- (or greater) grandparent who was 100% North African & Arabian. This person was likely born between 1700 and 1790.
6-8+ Generations Ago

How much of each ancestry did you inherit from your parents?

[Results Not Included Here]

Connect a parent on 23andMe to see what ancestries you inherited from each parent. Or, connect with your children so they can see what you passed down to them.

Several features become even more powerful if one or both of your biological parents are a 23andMe customer. If a female connects with her father via DNA Relatives or Your Connections, her Paternal Haplogroup report is automatically updated to show his paternal haplogroup. The Paternal Haplogroup report traces the path of her paternal-line ancestors over tens of thousands of years.

1436 Markers tested for Neanderthal ancestry
9x₂ Markers where you have two Neanderthal variants
269 Markers where you have one Neanderthal variant
281 Your Neanderthal Variant Total
You have zero variants associated with Neanderthal traits.

Marker Tested

You have 0 Neanderthal variants associated with having less back hair.

Biological Explanation

rs4849721 | Gene : Near the EN1
The variant tested is a change from a G to a T in a DNA sequence near the EN1 gene. Each copy of a T at this position is associated with slightly less back hair than average.

You have 0 Neanderthal variants associated with having straighter hair. 

rs12458349 | Gene: Near the PHLPP1 gene
The variant tested is a change from a T to a G in a DNA sequence near the PHLPP1 gene. Each copy of a G at this position is associated with having slightly straighter hair than average.

rs7544462
Gene: MEAF6
Trait: Height

The variant tested is a change from an A to a C in a DNA sequence in the MEAF6 gene. Each copy of a C at this position is associated with being about 0.1 inches shorter than average.

rs1877547
Gene: LPP
Trait: Height

The variant tested is a change from a G to an A in a DNA sequence in the LPP gene. Each copy of a A at this position is associated with being about 0.1 inches taller than average.

You have 0 Neanderthal variants associated with a reduced tendency to sneeze after eating dark chocolate.

rs11213819 |Gene : Near the C11orf53 gene
The variant tested is a change from a C to a T in a DNA sequence near the C11orf53 gene. Each copy of a T at this position is associated with slightly lower odds of sneezing after eating dark chocolate, compared to average.

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