Hungarian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian and a little bit Gypsy. :D
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Love the amazing varieties here <3
The ones I know of- Mostly Norwegian, Some Irish, Scottish, French & Czech...& probably a bunch of other little tidbits that I don't know of. I'd love to research mygenealogybut the kit to do so was way expensive for us at this time. I do have a lovely book from a family reunion on my paternal grandmothers side (Olson-Olsen) that has all the family from when the book was printed (I was like 8 or something at the time) back to Norway & some of the history there. Very neat to check out, I particularly loved the immigration part & coming to Minnesota from Norway & getting their first plot of land & building their house. Amazing stories.
My paternal grandmother told me that all she could get out of her mother about their ancestry is they were Heinz 57. Her maiden name is of English origin and I know there are ancestors that came to America on the Mayflower. So, American mutt coming from her.
My paternal grandfather is full blooded Swedish. He was a first generation American born.
My maternal grandmother is also an American mutt. But one who has genealogy for a hobby!
Lets see...German, English, Swiss, Irish, Welsh, Scottish...there is more I think. Also ancestors who came to America way early. One lived in Salem during the time of the witch trials. Story goes that he faked his death...head stone and all, changed his name and moved.
My maternal grandpa is half french, a quarter Norwegian, and a quarter Tlingit (an Alaskan Tribe in lower SE Alaska).
Definitely American mutt is pretty commom
Just like mutt dogs and cats