If your computer is wrong about locations – and this is not the only example – then how can your DNA locations be correct? Or your other suggestions for ancestry tours and records searches?
All entries for this family on these Ancestry pages are entered as Llanfigangel Aberbythych, Carmarthenshire, Wales.
But invariably, the computer software is picking up Llanfihangel, Monmouthshire, and will not allow any corrections to be made in the LIFE STORY feature.
Also on the map, the computer is showing the Llanfihangel in Monmouthshire, not the one in Carmarthenshire. This is incorrect. The two places are far apart and in different counties.
Please fix this and let me know when I can print out a Life Story that is correct.
But for our DNA ethnicity, as AncestryDNA calls it, are these geographical location mistakes going to affect the eventual nuanced locations we will be getting in our DNA results?
Carmarthenshire to Monmouthshire is 86 miles according to Google.
There are many locals in the British isles and Europe and you will not be able to only use town names for geographical locations. These are electoral districts and they are parishes – and for genealogy we need the parish –