An English country house
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97% West European and 2% Middle Eastern 

  45%  Great Britain

  26% West European (France, Germany, Switzerland)

  16%  Iberian Peninsula, 

  7%   Italy/Greece

  2%   Ireland

  1%   Scandinavian


Analysis of Tracy autosomal DNA

The Downe House is 22.93 km southeast of London's Charing Cross. The Darwins moved to Downe house in 1842 when they outgrew their London home.

1842–1906: The Darwins lived at Downe

1907–1922: The house became Downe School for Girls

1927–1996: The house became the Darwin Museum

1996 ‑       : The house and gardens were restored