Arrow Downward Arrow Downward Close Close Done Done Cart Cart clock clock
Personal guidance

We are always happy to help you! Contact us via e-mail or Whatsapp.

If you would like us to call you back, please provide your phone number and how you can be reached. We will be happy to call you for a personal consultation. WhatsApp

iGENEA DNA Test: Discovering the Celtic Colors of Evans – An Expedition to Ancestral Identity

Family name Evans

Embarking on the journey of an iGENEA DNA test opens up hidden realms of ancestry, lineage, and personal identity. I steered my curiosity towards this sophisticated science and unraveled a whole new understanding of my family history, a revelation that transformed my perception of my surname, Evans, and my family identity.

The transformative moment of unravelling my DNA through the iGENEA test was a journey filled with curiosity, anticipation, and discovery. I was seeking to connect with my familial roots in a more profound manner, and the iGENEA DNA test was the perfect vehicle for that exploration. The results have stunned me and changed my perception about my surname, Evans, and how I perceive my family identity.

I was largely aware that the surname Evans has its roots in Wales, but the DNA test revealed additional layers of depth. It transpires that on my paternal side, I share genetic markers with people from not only Wales but also other Celtic regions, including Ireland and Scotland. I felt a surge of excitement in discovering this Celtic connection, almost like being presented with an intricate tapestry of tangible evidence of lineage that scales centuries.

Further, it was truly riveting to learn that I belong to the mitochondrial Haplogroup U5b. Reportedly, the earliest members of this Haplogroup lived in Europe during the Mesolithic Period. The knowledge signified a deeper sense of connection to history, a binding thread linking me to our ancestors, some of whom were probably innovators of their time.

Moreover, this test has fuelled my enthusiasm to explore the cultural histories of the Celtic tribes. The genetic kinship that I share with this region will forever influence how I perceive my personal identity. My Welsh surname, Evans, now carries a flourishing spectrum of diverse Celtic colors for me.

Conclusively, the iGENEA test has expanded my understanding of my family identity beyond my immediate relatives and ancestors. It has given me the broader context of my historical and geographical lineage. The fascination of being an Evans now encompasses the knowledge that I am a descendant, not just of a family, but of an ancient civilization. Words cannot express the sense of awe and pride I feel in this newfound knowledge.

W. Evans

Further links

🧬DNA-ExplorerGenealogy DNACeltic DNADNA of the indigenous peoples

Your origin analysis