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I’m Simon Whistler, you’re watching top tens net in the video, the top 10 shocking results from DNA ancestry tests provided by companies like 23andme ancestry.com and helix are more popular than they’ve ever been as more people have their DNA tested to see where in the world their ancestors came from, it’s led to some fascinating results.

In some cases, the results are downright shocking and can uncover secrets that have been buried for years, if there are not decades, number 10 Doreen ich werde in Ann Hall in 2007, two white English women 64 year old Doreen issued from Putney and 53 year old and Hall from Huddersfield each purchased a DNA ancestry test, they expected that their ancestors would be English and from other parts of Europe much to their shock, they found something very unusual in their DNA makeup.

They add DNA signature characteristics of Native Americans finding that signature in a white European person is incredibly rare, there are two explanations as to why the women have Native American ancestors, the first is that Native Americans were brought over to Britain from North America as early as the 16th century as curiosities.

The second is that Native Americans also started to visit England seeking trade and protection in the 1700s, it’s thought that some Native Americans who were either forced to come or visiting on their own Court married into the local communities which is how they became these two modern-day, white women’s ancestors number 9 David yunsik.

David yunsik was adopted as a baby by a family that lived in Point Claire Quebec Yancey always thought of his adopted family as his real family, they were German and French, so he considered himself to be German and French as well.

After his adopted mother died, his adopted father said he could look for his biological family if he wanted to, but yunsik chose not to do that, then in 2017, yunsik’s wife suggested that they do a DNA ancestry test, yunsik thought it would be fun to learn about his real heritage.

When his results came back, he logged on to the website and noticed that there was a thumbnail indicating he had a close relative in the database, the relationship indicators, the close relative was his biological mother, after thinking about it for a few minutes, he decided to message his mother Catherine Morel Sandnes burl Samus lived in Halifax and received the message and she was getting ready that she had signed up with the ancestry database in the hopes of finding the son that she had put up for adoption 50 years earlier.

They sent messages to each other and yunsik learns that he had an older brother Bob, yunsik met his biological family within a week of discovering them and asked his mother why he had given him up for adoption, Merle Sanders explained that she had had her first son when she was 15, she had yunsik two years later and she knew she couldn’t properly care for him, she wanted him to have a good life that she could not provide him at that time.

After finding his mother, he feels complete and no more questions about his backgrounds, number 8 Craig Cobb Craig Cobb is a walking and talking pile of trash who identifies himself as a white nationalist, he promotes hate speech and hate crimes and he started an all-white community in North Dakota in 2013.

Cobb appeared on the Trisha Goddard show and he had a DNA test for his ancestry, it turns out that Cobb was 86% European and 14% sub-saharan, African Cobb tried to dismiss the results by saying the 14% was a statistical noise and short science.

We decided to investigate it in cobb in no way, an expert in stats or DNA testing, so perhaps the DNA test is more accurate than he might be claiming in 2015, Cobb had his DNA retested, without showing any evidence to back it up, he claims he was not 14% sub-saharan African, but instead, he was 97% European and the last 3% was an Iberian, Tyson big feet.

We all absolutely believe you number seven Nelson growing up in Rockford Illinois, Nelson always felt different from the rest of his family, his father Albert was 100% Swedish while his mother’s roots were in Western Europe, he had four sisters, one older, three younger and all four sisters had blond hair, blue eyes and dropped out of high school.

On the other hand, they had brown eyes, black hair and became a college professor, his father who calls the town drunk died in 1952 and his mother died in 2001, in 2016 he was 78 years old and bought a $99 DNA tests from ancestry.com.

It turns out that he was only 5% Scandinavian that meant Albert who was 100% Swedish wasn’t father, then called his cousin, the news that’s when she told him that his real father was an Italian man named Jim cassiopi who had dated one of Albert’s sisters.

Cassio beet was a deputy sheriff and he served as a democratic committee man although he was an excellent dancer cassiopi passed away in 1987, number six Krista Bryan in the winter of 2016, Krista Braun was 37 years old and decided to investigate her ancestry, she sent a swab to ancestry.com and weeks later, her results came back and stay forever changed her life Brian thought that she was Hispanic and that her father had died by suicide.

When she was a baby, it turns out that she was African American and her father wasn’t the man she thought, he was her father who was a man named Andrew Baker, who was alive and well in Florida, she eventually got in contact with Baker and he said that he knew her mother briefly, he had no idea that he was her father after confirming that he really was her father.

Brian flew to Florida to meet her father and for half-siblings, Brian said she learned about her family before Christmas and said it was the best gift, she had ever gotten number 5 DNA regrets in January 2018, the advice column asked Amy published a letter from a very confused woman.

She said that she had her DNA tested and discovered that she didn’t share any DNA with a man, she thought was her father, the writer said that she knew her mom had an affair in the 1950s, but thought it happens after she was born, she said that her family was friends with another family and the patriarch of that family was the man, her mother had an affair, the writer said she went to school with the man’s children having no idea, they were her half siblings.

The writer said she even considered the notion that her father was a different man than the man who raised her, she also wrote that her mother who was 97 may not have known the man that was her father either number 4 Andrea Ramirez Andrea Ramirez grew up in the bay area of California and she always thought she was part Mexican, because her father was Ramirez and her brother couldn’t figure out why they had light hair and skin and didn’t look anything like their father’s children.

From his last marriage, they always assumed they took on more from their mother side, then in 2013, her brother had a DNA test and thought the results were odd, so Ramirez picks up a 199 dollar test for herself and also had herself tested, she got several surprises, she not only learns that her father wasn’t who she thought he was, but she had at least one half sister as well.

It turns out that ramirez’s mother had conceived her and her brother through donated sperm at a fertility clinic her half sisters mother went to the same fertility clinic, number three George Doe in 2014, a man who used the pseudonym George doke relays a tragic story about what happens, when he had his parents DNA tested 23andme George Doe had a PhD in cell and molecular biology.

He was fascinated by the results of his DNA tests, he decided to use the 23andme x’ close relative finder and discovered that a man named Thomas shared 22% of the same DNA with him, Thomas thought this was an amazing amount of DNA to share with someone, he soon figured out that if you share around 25% of the same DNA with someone, there’s a very good chance that they are your grandparents aren’t or uncle or a half sibling.

It turns out that Thomas was George’s half-brother, George had no idea that Thomas existed, George got in contact with Thomas and learned he had been adopted at birth, he had also been looking for his biological parents for years, eventually, the news of Thomas’s existence spread around George’s family, sadly, the news reopened old wounds and memories his parents got divorced and everyone stopped talking to his father.

Walter MacFarlane and Alan Robinson, 74 year-old Walter McFarland and 72 year-old Allen Robinson had a friendship, many people don’t get to experience in their lifetime, they were both born in Hawaii and they met in sixth grade and played football together in high school and college as adults.

They’ve stayed close, maybe they’ve got married and had children and their families became friends, the two families would even go on vacations with each other and their kids referred to the parents of each family as aunt and uncle, MacFarlane had been raised by his grandmother, in 2017, he was looking for information on his long-lost father, he bought in ancestry DNA kits and made a shocking discovery.

He had a half-brother and they shared the same mother, the only thing he knew about his half-brother was that his name was Robbie at 7:37, McFarland’s wife realized that it might be his lifelong friend Allen Robinson, Robinson’s nickname was Robbie and he used to fly at 737s, it turns out his wife was correct, Robbie 737 was Robinson.

Robinson had been given up for adoption at birth, he was from a doctor family who lived down the road from MacFarlane and his grandmother, they announced they were brothers at a family dinner on December 23rd and both families were overjoyed by the news, Alice Collins bluebird in 2012, 69 year old, Alice Kleiber who lived in Vancouver Washington decided to do a DNA ancestry test, she always thought she was Irish Catholic, her father Jim Collins was the son of an Irish immigrant and her mother’s family were also from Ireland.

Her father identified with this Irish heritage so much that they sung Danny Boy at his funeral, when pliva got the results back, she was shocked to learn that she was half Ashkenazi Jewish, she couldn’t understand why she had a DNA tested, it came back with the same results, she then had some of her siblings, got their DNA tested and it also said that they were Jewish.

One possibility was that plebis mother has an affair with a Jewish man, however, that didn’t seem likely, so plea Burke had her cousins DNA tested and discovered that they didn’t have any Jewish heritage, they were concluded that her father was for some reason not related to his parents.

Then on January 18th, 2015, Lieber was talking to her cousin and it all came together, her cousin had his DNA tested and found a close relative match named Jessica Benson who lived in North Carolina, Benson was confused, because she thought she was Jewish that our ancestor results said that she was half Irish Divac got into contact with Benson and learned that her father was born in the same hospital around the same time as her father.

It turns out their fathers were switched at birth, the Irish Catholic family took home, the Jewish baby and the Jewish family took home, the Irish Catholic after the revelation the two families became friends and took a cruise together in 2017.

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