Happykitty47 write: Nope, Eye, Shallote, N.C., near the coast
And for those of you who don't know, that would be pronounced "Shah-L'OAT." Kinda like "Shalom" but with a "T." The first time I was ever down there and met some of the locals I thought they were from England. What a strange accent to find here in the South!
I guessed mountains because I read a book on the history of this state and it said that most of the original mountain settlers were Scotch, Irish, and a few Germans thrown in for good measure.
I think it's time for a break from here. I've grown weary of posting these days.
I understand that completely Princess and I hope other women don't get too comfy here with personal info as well. No need to mention there's many more members here that never post in the forums. I ask any lady to search for males in their state and they'll be shocked at the numbers, be careful what ya'll write here and anywhere.
100% Irish, Im told, but not really sure. I have a grandfather who came up missing in the early 30's. Some say he is burried in the snye on the reservation, My grandmother made booze for the indians and sold it to them. No one has ever found him or ever heard he moved else were.