Yes Ann, I did! In addition to the Western European and Scandinavian I learned I was also
Eastern European and Great Britain. When I was in Semlak this summer Pastor Walther Sinn
told me that my maiden name (Janko) was Slovakian which probably explains the brick wall I
hit in Mezobereny research with that line. The Great Britain seems to overlap with the
Danish of my maternal grandmother, but that side of my family has an even high brick wall.
I’m still hopeful that I can learn more about my Mom’s side of the family.
Ann Yanhko Hearin
From: Ann White <anniebw1(a)comcast.net>
Subject: [DVHH] Ancestry DNA
Date: November 29, 2015 at 5:56:30 PM EST
Reply-To: Ann White <anniebw1(a)comcast.net>
Well, I got my Ancestry DNA back just now. In addition to Eastern and Western European, I
got Great Britain, Scandinavia, Italy/Greece (I'm half Croatian, and there's a lot
of back-and-forth between Italy and Croatia), Iberian Peninsula, Finland, and European
Jewish! According to their map, the outer circle of the "Great Britain" overlaps
with Belgium, Northern France, and far Western Germany. But Scandinavia, Finland, and
Iberian Peninsula? Where the heck did that come from?
Did anybody else get unexpected results from a DNA test?
Ann Brill White