Ancestry reviewed my DNA results based on new data, and gave results more in keeping with what we already knew.

When I first saw the results, I was excited to see places that were not France and Great Britain, where pretty much all my known ancestors hailed from. When I looked more closely, most of those places turned out to be France. As here, where England and Wales also includes France. Scotland and Ireland also includes some of Wales, so I think Great Britain is confirmed.

Germany includes the wavering border with France. Spain also includes the border with France, and the Basque region is of course right where my family is from.

In the 1700s, we had quite a few Americans, including one person in Colorado.

In the second half of the 18th century, my Caribbean ancestors show up. A century later we’re in Canada, Italy, and Germany, too.

No big changes or surprises.