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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 04:51

Lol..off to work. Have a good one.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 04:49


Nodey write:
Stop it



heh

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 04:47

Stop it



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 04:41


Nodey write:

Grufff write:

Nodey write:
I was told I was found under a rock.




Having a tough day Nodey? Stop it.


More like a tough month. Stop it? I must be having a blonde moment. Must be the lack of Oxygen flow to the brain from being under the rock.





Grufff <---- Shaking his head.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 28, 2005 04:24


Grufff write:

Nodey write:
I was told I was found under a rock.




Having a tough day Nodey? Stop it.


More like a tough month. Stop it? I must be having a blonde moment. Must be the lack of Oxygen flow to the brain from being under the rock.

  


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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 23:32


Nodey write:
I was told I was found under a rock.




Having a tough day Nodey? Stop it.

  


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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 17:58


Nodey write:
Why thank you Speedy.

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.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 17:45

Why thank you Speedy.

I think it's time for a break from here. I've grown weary of posting these days.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 17:42


Nodey write:
I was told I was found under a rock.


A ROCK? You mean a Diamond?.

  


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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 17:34

I was told I was found under a rock.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 27, 2005 03:53

Austrian/Bohemian married a Scots/Polish girl (fathers parents). Mothers side, Irish/English/German with a little French Canadian for interest.

Grandfather still immigrated here at the turn of the last century. Came through Canada and settle in Kansas. Left because of the last indian upriseing there. Settle in southern IL. Grandfather and uncle were iron workers. Grandfathers steel is in the Prudential bldg in Chicago and Uncles steel in the Hancock.

Grandmother was a Forbes and her grandmother was an Archibald (could be why I'm a celtic witch).

Mother side, Great grandfather was on one if the orphan trains, don't know much. Grandmother was a Hilton (still waiting for my share).

Had a cousin that was very prominant in the biker world but out of respect for the club he was affiliated with, I won't go into that further.

That's it kids. Pretty much just a mutt.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 26, 2005 22:18

I'm about a Irish as they come. Where's my beer?



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Posted on Tue, Apr 26, 2005 05:39

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.

  


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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 23:29

I have so many hitting me right now...time to talk about them... lost recent was a runner for Grant...on the wall in the Alamo...in San Antonio...

Lakota Sioux don't want to go there yet....



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 10:23

As this is one of my hobbies, and I even do research for others when asked (working on 4 trees right now), if anyone needs help, just holler.
As far as my tree, I have over 4100 names, to include descendants of the brothers and sisters of grand and great grand parents.
I'm Scottish (Kerr and Gordon), Irish (Jordan), and English, although that branch is astually derived from before Germany was called Germany (It was Thuringia then) and the name was (Eichenberg).
If I were to recommend a single program to anyone for Genealogical research, I'd recommend FamilyTreeMaker. Also, subscribe to both Genealogy and Ancestry dot coms. This will give you access to census records, and much, much more. As far as famous folks, sure. From Lady Tryon (Wales), to still owning land and a castle in Scotland (Kerr clan), to the Bishop of the Conestoga Church of the Brethren in the U.S., to an American LCol POW of War in the Rev War, to a Mansion in SC, to...The fun thing about doing this as a hobby is what you find about your family that gives you a sense of who came before.



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Posted on Mon, Apr 25, 2005 06:55

my father is mostly irish with a bit of scottish--his grandfather and great uncle found a gold mine in ca--it was claim jumped and my great grandmothers wedding ring was made from that gold--wallace silversmiths was another brother
my mother's side is dutch,norweigen,finn,swedish and french and one of the great grandfathers was a sea captian

sooooooo i am a true american--and then you add russian jew and italian to my kids heritage at that point i think we covered almost everyone--hahahahahha

  


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Posted on Sun, Apr 24, 2005 22:36

P.S. Don't know where the moonshiner did his moonshining. That sounds like mountain folk, but details are sketchy. Too bad, sounds like the most interesting ancestor of all.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 24, 2005 22:33


Eye_m_no_angel write:

Happykitty47 write:
From what I know: Pretty much Scotch-Irish on my father's side, from North Carolina ...


That would be the mountain folk, na?




Nope, Eye, Shallote, N.C., near the coast, McLambs, Norrises, Wards, can't remember what else. But a whole passle of 'em out that way.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 24, 2005 20:27


ZeeDoctor write:
Adult@ry 3 generations back huh ? Doesn't surprise me at all, we haven't invented anything new as humans in the love wars since Adam and Eve, LOL.



I think you're right Zee. Other then anything which can be related to technology, I don't think anything has changed in the human condition since the beginning of time. Love, anger, hatred, heartache, longing, and desire all felt the same to an ancient Roman or Summarian as they do to us now.

As for me I'm of German ancestory. My Mom was from north Germany and my Dad is from Posen. (Poznan) There's always been a rumour that we had a little Danish blood in there from way back, but we don't like to talk about that too much. Famous people? Har. Infamous maybe.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 24, 2005 20:14


Happykitty47 write:
From what I know: Pretty much Scotch-Irish on my father's side, from North Carolina ...


That would be the mountain folk, na?



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