Oh okay, thank you!!
The first GEDmatch test I took was Eurogenes K13 which is where those Baltic and West Mediterannean percentages came from.
Here are the others I took and what I got for them:
Eurogenes K13 Oracle-4 on 3 and 4 populations approximations: Italian_Abruzzo, East_Sicilian, Central_Greek, South_Italian and West_Sicilian
Eurogenes K36 - 12.20% Italian
Eurogenes Jtest - North_Italian
Dodecad V3 - Tuscan
puntDNAL K10 Ancient - Italian_North and Italian_South on 2 populations approximation
puntDNAL K12 Ancient - Remedello_BA_SG_RISE489 on the Secondary Population
puntDNAL K12 Modern - Italian_Bergamo
puntDNAL K13 Global Oracle-4 - Italian_Bergamo
Eurasia K9 ASI - Tuscan and Greek
Gedrosia K12 - Greek and Sicilian
Ancient Eurasia - Italian_South, Sicilian, Greek, and Cypriot on Secondary Population
Near East Neolithic K13 - Greek, Sicilian, and Italian_South
Ohh, I didn't think of that but you're right! And that would make a bit more sense of why I have both North and South then. Hmm, that's interesting! I had never heard that before actually! Well, Sergeant Antoine Clermont was born in Naples but I've seen it listed as Naples, France. Now I assumed it was Naples, Italy being that to my knowledge, there is no Naples, France. BUT his wife was not Italian. Her name was Marie Jeanne Villiote/Weillot/Willot and she was born in Issoudun, St. Cyr Bourgez, Berry, France in 1695 and she died also in France in 1731. Unfortunately, I have no clue who their parents were and I've never heard anything more than that on them.
More info on Antoine:
And as for Mark Anthony, his last name was changed I'm supposing upon arrival to the colonies. He was born in Genoa, Liguria, Italy to Marcus Edward Anthony, himself born in Genova, Repubblica di Genova, Italia in 1654 and died in 1716 in Amsterdam, Holland, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden. Marcus Edward was a coral merchant and he moved to the Netherlands. So the story goes, his son Mark was captured by pirates and he ended up escaping and boarded a ship that was bound for America. Some people don't believe that story to be true BUT what they fail to realize is that - the world was a different place back then. And things like pirates killing or kidnapping people DID indeed happen. So I really don't think it's that big of a stretch myself. Anyway, Mark's mother was a Mary Thomas born in 1654-1702. I don't know where she was from, though I assume it to be England based on her name. And in turn, his father, Marcus Edward's only known parent was Marcus Antonius (Mendes?) born 1630 in Europe (not sure where). There was also another story though about Mark Anthony - that he was descended from Marc Antony (the same one who was with Cleopatra) and supposedly, his son had written down a whole family tree documenting it but his Quaker in-laws found him vain for doing so and subsequently burned it. I have no idea of the truth to that, though - that's just what I've heard. And as for Mark Anthony's wife, he was married to Isabella Hart born in 1684 (not sure where) and died in 1716 in Hanover, Virginia. Her parents were John "The Immigrant" Hart born in 1651 in England and died in 1714 in Pennyslvania and Susannah Rush born in 1656 in England and died 1725 in Pennsylvania. So as far as I know for Isabella, she was English.
More info on Mark:
But those are my only two known Italian ancestors. And even that is a bit shaky on the information. Some people believe Mark Anthony to be Jewish even but I've never believed that myself being that it's only a theory with no proof otherwise.
I do have some other possible Italian ancestors though - both on my mother's side. My mom is 1/4th Hispanic through my grandfather and through that side, I'm descended from a Ludovici/Luís Cortés and his wife, Bernardina Morin. What's strange though is that most of them had either Spanish or Portuguese surnames but with Italian-sounding first names. That's why I figured maybe I had some Italian DNA through that side but I'm uncertain.
The other possible Italian ancestors lies with my grandmother's side. They were always pretty darker-complected with dark hair yet they didn't resemble my mother's Hispanic side or even Native Americans. So I know it's something European but I'm uncertain as to just what. I actually have pictures of them I would love to send you, if that's alright? I can send you my e-mail address in a message later, if you want. But strangely enough, that line came from England - at least according to what I've heard.