Suggestions to improve your putting together the ancestor infographic
You recently sent me an interesting breakdown of my ethnicity, showing that I was 24% Turkish.
This is a mistake caused by your failing to recognise that my two non - British great-grandparents were Greeks who lived ( and one of whom was born ) in Constantinople, now Istanbul, which was, before the great exchange of peoples in 1922, a Greek city. Indeed it was the most highly civilised, cultured and intellectual of all Greek cities.
Yes, it is Turkey, but it is incorrect to assume that the people who lived there were Turks. Of I'm not Greek enough to be offended by being called Turkish, of course, but gently point out this anomaly in your otherwise interesting information.
My aim is to be helpful, not critical.