I ran across some very interesting information today. My Roe ancestry, using my uncle’s YDNA test results and a surname YDNA project, shows close matches to people in Ireland, Scotland, and Norway. So, of course, we are interested in information about the British Isles.
The United Kingdom’s “The Independent” published two maps showing the genetic makeup of Britain. It shows 17 DNA clusters that reflect key migrations and separations in early history. The maps are based DNA samples.
You can find it here.
The results of the popularity of these DNA tests, mostly due to their being more affordable, are really beginning to provide answers about the migrations of mankind.