The Irish is not a total surprise as my Welsh are principally out of ancient Becknockshire where the Irish Invader, Brychan Brycheiniog, established an Irish/Welsh Kingdom in the Dark Ages. He may not have been much of a Christian, but he had 24 sons and daughters (12 of each) -all who became Celtic Saints.
9% Scandinavian is no surprise with my 2nd Great Grandpa, Neils Peterson, marrying into the Easterlings.
And I am pleased to be majority British. I like how they call it "British" too. I recently read an article somewhere that the farther west you go, beginning at the Channel/North Sea, the more concentrated the Brythonic-Celtic DNA is. The people of England are not predominately Saxon or Angles or even Danes. As conquerors, they mixed, not exterminated. (Well, there are the Royals who are most definitely German).
There's a lot more analysis to do and particularly to find those distant cousins who can help solve the mysteries. I'm concerned about Grandma Peninah. I don't know how to break it to my Mom. And I'm ruling out the Choctaw, for sure.
To be continued . . . . here.