I know it is a small amount, but no sub-saharan african turned up, just the surprise Melanesian. I know most of my lines for between 500-1000 years and they are just as the DNA read: English/Irish/Scots/Welsh, Scandinavian, Iberian, North Africa and Native American. The only wild cards were Central European Jewish (which Annie clearly could not be) and Melanesian. When you look at her features, it fits. All her father gave us was a small bit of DNA to add to the rest of the mix. Had any Indian turned up, I would not have been surprised, because there is a strong belief in one line that one of our British East India Company soldiers married a local woman in 1826, but, if it is there, her DNA must be a very small player, smaller than that of the Melanesian, which would make sense as it was two generations earlier on that other line.