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Thread: Your Ancestral Heritage

  1. #51
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    German, Irish, and Welsh.
    I am a part of all that I have read.
    ~John Kieran

    This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.
    ~The Dalai Lama

    If you judge people, you have no time to love them.
    ~Mother Teresa

    You don't have a soul. You ARE a soul. You have a body.
    ~C.S. Lewis

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    Russian, German, Irish, Maori

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    Irish, Native American (Cherokee and Shawnee), German, and English






    The Earth is a soft, beautiful woman, and the witch is her voice -- The Silver Wolf

    I thought thee fair, I thought thee bright, who art as black as hell, as dark as night -- William Shakespeare

    The road to paradise leads through the gates of Hell -- The Silver Wolf

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    Dominican Republic, Haiti, Taino Indian(which were on the same island which are now DR & Haiti) and Spain. That's as far as I know.
    For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, 'It might have been.'

    John Greenleaf Whittier

    Usually when people are sad, they don't do anything. They just cry over their condition. But when they get angry, they bring about a change.

    Malcolm X

    The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it.

    W. M. Lewis



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    Russian, Jewish (a race, religion AND a culture), Danish and Polish on my Birth Mother's side. No idea on the male's side.

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    Paternal: French and German
    Maternal: (p) Welsh and Bohemian; (m) English, Lakota, and possibly German

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    A ressurected old post! WOOT!

    I'm sure that technically I'm a Heinz 57 as well but as far as we can tell I'm Irish and Italian on my mother's side and English and Welsh on my Father's. Because the majority of my blood comes from the British Isles I'm sure there is all sorts of blood mixed in there. And the Italian side we KNOW must have some Norse blood mixed in there as well. There are no non-Italian names on that side but when you consider where that side lived and the history of invaders it's no wonder we have blond haired/blue eyed "full blooded" Italians running around! lol

    I CAN track down my family name all the way back to when they first came over to the New World back in the early 1600's. Our problem is tracking them down from back in England. :o( Done lots of research but figuring out who is right, what the names really changed from etc is either very difficult or EXPENSIVE! lol

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    im irish, luxembourgish, and cherokee indian.


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    On my Father's side is mostly Irish.

    My Mother's side is Russian Jew through my Grandmother's line

    My Grandfather's line is English/Irish.

    My Great Great Great Grandfather came to America from St. Marylebone in England in the mid 1800's. He married My Great Great Great Grandma (from Ireland)
    together they helped a few other pioneers found the town of Millville NJ.

    The Calkin family line goes back to the 1600's in England. Some of us are in NZ, AU, and Canada.

    WE have the family history extensively researched because there is so much history in it.

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    My maternal grandmother was welsh.

    My mothers grandfather was irish.

    purely english on my paternal side.
    connected to ISIS!!

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