tefthimiades 15 Jul 2016 #1So I live in the USA, but my Paternal side is 100% greek and my maternal side is 100% polish, or so I was told. I took the ancestry DNA test and it come up with the following results:Europe East 75%Caucus 7%Italy/Greece 5%Iberian Peninsula 3%European Jewish 3%Europe West 2%Middle East 2%Asia South 2%Scandinavia 1%Great Britain <1%Now this is the crazy part, So the Europe east isn't too surprising when i consider the Polish and then the Northern Greek (that I found out had Coratian, Albaina, etc.). Causcus is the same, must be a turkish mix from the greek. Italy/Greece is understandable as well as the middle east (turkish?)What I am having trouble with is the Iberian Peninsula, Jewish, EU West, Scan, and GB.... Together these make up 10%. So doing some digging in the family tree I found quite a few German surnames on my grandfather's side. But then, I started talking to a Polish historian I know and he told me that I am not a real 50% polish..... I never put this together but my grandmother's maiden name was Hamot, and this is apparently a French Last name (which would explain the iberian peninsula).Her father immigrated from Pomorski, Poland in the early 1900's. So my question is why did he have a French last name? If he was French why did he move to Poland? or his ancestors? I have heard that a lot of Poles moved to France in the 18th to 20th centuries but never the reverse? Can anyone shed insight to if this was a common practice?Thank you!