Ethnicity estimates. Millions of people have taken them. Do they tell you your ethnicity? No.
Ancestry taught me an important lesson: make a copy of all sources attached to the tree.
3 years ago I received my AncestryDNA results. I’m blessed to have awesome family members.
I’ve been working with DNA matches more than adding people to the family tree. I’m starting to notice patterns within family lines.
This weekend was one of those frustrating ones when technology kills your vibe. Let’s look at how my family tree is progressing.
The theme of this update: nothing matches. I’m making process but there is a lot of inaccurate information out there.
Progress update on the family tree. I made progress! It feels good when I can properly place newly found relatives on the family tree.
Ancestry updated the algorithm behind their AncestryDNA test that calculates the ethnicity estimate. From comments I see many lost their Italian ethnicity estimate. For me? Hahahaha!!!
Working on a family tree is a labor of love. It requires patience. Today, my patience paid off. I know who my paternal grandfather is!