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Percentaged origin

The origin of all ancestors is determined according to regions and percentages. A world map shows your different origins.

Find relatives

You will receive a list of genetic relatives in your online result. You can contact your relatives by email to find out more about your family and background.

Result with certificate

In addition to the online result, you will receive a noble certificate of origin in a picture frame and other documents in an elegant folder.

Ancient tribe

You will know the haplogroup and migrations (prehistoric time), the primitive people (antiquity) as well as the region of origin (Middle Ages) of the paternal line and/or the maternal line.

All ancient tribes

Only with the iGENEA Expert Test you will know the exact haplogroups and migrations (prehistoric times), the peoples of origin (antiquity) and regions of origin (Middle Ages) of the paternal AND maternal line.

Find all relatives

Only with the iGENEA Expert Test you will find all your genetic relatives in our database.

More relatives

You will receive an additional list of other relatives of the paternal line (men) OR the maternal line (women).

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Previously unknown distant relative found

I intensively researched the family history of my ancestors for 10 years. However, documentation research did not take me back any further than 5 generations. After a friend told me about DNA genealogy, I had a Y-Chromosome test conducted for EUR 120.00 and found Scottish relatives previously unknown to me via the iGENEA database.

Within a month I found out that my original Scottish name was Morison, a derivative of the Clan name Morrison. The ancestral line of the Morrison Clan can be traced back to the Viking era. I also have a lot of matches with the neighbouring Mac Leod clan, so I became a member of the highland clan MacLeod (Isle of Lewis and Isle of Skye). The chief of our clan is called Hugh Mac Leod of MacLeod and he is the 30th chief of this clan since the 12th Century.

My forefather came to Germany during the 30 Year War as a soldier and married here. His name was not understood and therefore converted to Moritz.

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Ralf Moritz, Niedersachsen

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This story has been published on: 12.03.2013

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