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mainopsman Posted on: 19-Dec-2018, 01:06 PM

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I am trying to locate any information on the Claytor family in Ireland or Scotland, or possible immigration information.

Mainopsman
  Forum: Genealogy & Family History  ·  Post Preview: #317069

mainopsman Posted on: 15-Dec-2017, 10:55 AM

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I am looking for anything on the History of the CLAYTOR Families of Ireland and Scotland. The were my ancestors on my mother's side of the family.

Maninopsmqn
  Forum: Gathering of the Clans  ·  Post Preview: #316376

mainopsman Posted on: 24-Oct-2015, 01:25 PM

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Maureen O'Hara was one of the most gracious and lovely women to ever be in film. Her passing is a loss to everyone who loved quality film. She was a true patriot honoring both the USA and her native Ireland, a lady both countries can be very proud of. My prayers for her and her family and her fans everywhere. Thank you for being part of our lives.
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #313932

mainopsman Posted on: 02-Nov-2014, 08:37 PM

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If anyone has any information on the Irish Claytor family, your help would be appreciated.

mainopsman
  Forum: Genealogy & Family History  ·  Post Preview: #311512

mainopsman Posted on: 04-May-2014, 06:23 PM

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The Claytor Family lived in Scotland and some settled in Ireland. It was the Irish line of the family that moved to the US. I am trying to possibly locate a tartan that may have been part of the family's history. I have found the Claytor name in a number of locations in England, Scotland and Ireland. These locations mesh with the oral family histories. If anyone has a clue as to where I can find what I am looking for, please let me know
  Forum: Genealogy & Family History  ·  Post Preview: #310794

mainopsman Posted on: 16-Mar-2014, 12:48 PM

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Looking for information on the involvement of the Claytors in the Battle of Hastings.
Seems they were awarded lands for their assistance in the battle.
  Forum: Historical Archive  ·  Post Preview: #310442

mainopsman Posted on: 04-Jan-2011, 04:03 PM

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Orla's "Celtic Christmas" is well done, and great to listen too, even if its not Christmas. The DVD for the CD is exceptional, featuring in addition to Orla, David Archuleta, Meav (of Celtic Woman fame), Mark Wills and Anuna. These is also another CD of Christmas music by Orla "Winter, Fire & Snow", different songs, and a great addition to her "Celtic Christmas" CD. Check both out, they are Orla, and great as always!

Jim
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #300552

mainopsman Posted on: 12-Dec-2010, 06:04 PM

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New Beginnings
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #300178

mainopsman Posted on: 12-Dec-2010, 06:03 PM

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Wishing Tree
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #300176

mainopsman Posted on: 12-Mar-2010, 05:35 PM

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That's great to hear. They are from the same producers that gave us Celtic Woman, and they have performed with them a few times. Most of the group is made of of the sons of some of the older more famous Irish Singers.

They do give a great show, I saw them in Baltimore when they were here back in 2008. I'm looking forward to the new CD and hope they do have a DVD to go with it.

Jim
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #294371

mainopsman Posted on: 05-Oct-2009, 10:02 AM

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Did I sleep through the contest? The truth is I honestly forgot.

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #288106

mainopsman Posted on: 17-Mar-2009, 05:10 PM

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I just finished reading that St. Patrick's color was really blue, a shade refered to as St. Patrick's Blue. The green came about from the green of the land and came into common use in the late 1800's. Anyone having additional information let us know.

Jim
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #277499

mainopsman Posted on: 16-Mar-2009, 03:57 PM

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I took my daughter and two of my granddaughters to their concert in Baltimore, back in November. One granddaughter was 12 and the other 10. I’m not sure which one of the three enjoyed the concert more, but in addition to the great show, I totally enjoyed watching my daughter and granddaughters have the time of their lives.

I think the older granddaughter has every photo she could find of Damien, in her Celtic Thunder Scrap Book. They have also just about worn out the DVD and two CDs from the amount of times they have played them.


JIM
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #277112

mainopsman Posted on: 28-Dec-2008, 12:54 PM

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Thank you for your Christmas Programing. It was a wonderful mix of the popular, with music we may have never heard by lesser known artists. I will admit I did drive my workmates a bit over the edge with it playing all the time on my office computer. A great job as always.

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #271180

mainopsman Posted on: 20-Dec-2008, 10:31 AM

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WallaceGal:

Michigan has been hit very hard in so many areas, other manufacturing states have been hit hard as well. The Canadian auto industry which is tied with the US auto industry is getting hit also. Charities are coming up short this year, due to the poor economic picture. Many food banks are empty. More people are needing help and there is less available for them. We can only hope and pray things will change soon.

But, when you reflect on what is happening, maybe, it's time for all of us to get back to the true meaning of Hanukkah and Christmas. Peace and Goodwill toward our fellow man. Remember to drop what you can into the collection plate or the Red Kettles as you pass. A dime, a quarter, a dollar bill, adds up to help for someone who needs it, be it Hanukkah, Christmas or during the rest of the year.

Just the musings of an old man.

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270605

mainopsman Posted on: 20-Dec-2008, 08:57 AM

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“Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Duit.”


I would like, a new CD or two for my Celtic Music Collection, or a Shillelagh to replace the one that belonged to my grandfather (he was of German/English decent, still trying to figure the connection) that was lost in moving.

Most most of all, I would love to see our economy recovering and everyone back to work. That is something we can all pray and wish for.

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270597

mainopsman Posted on: 20-Dec-2008, 08:41 AM

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Well in less then 5 days, Santa will begin his trip to visit all the good girls and boys of Celtic Radio. What Celtic item would you like Santa to bring you or your family this year.

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270593

mainopsman Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 01:44 PM

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Faerydreamer, thank them for all of us. And God Bless them. I'm an old Air Force vet, all of the rest of the family was Army.

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270481

mainopsman Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 01:34 PM

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Sorry I forgot to add Irish

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270479

mainopsman Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 01:31 PM

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Just as in English, the two expressions are often combined to say “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year” as follows:

“Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Duit.”
(NO-lihg HO-nuh AH-guhs AH-vlee-ihn fwee WAH-shuh wich).

JIM
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270478

mainopsman Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 12:55 PM

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Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Duit.”

This Christmas remember our Veterans, Troops and those of our Allies in your prayers.

Jim
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270473

mainopsman Posted on: 19-Dec-2008, 10:56 AM

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“Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Duit.”

A Very Merry Christmas and the most happy New Year!!!

JIM (mainopsman)
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #270463

mainopsman Posted on: 11-Dec-2008, 10:16 AM

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This morning, in Dundalk, Maryland it was $1.53, can $1.00 be far away?

JIM
  Forum: Quizes & Polls  ·  Post Preview: #269747

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mainopsman Posted on: 01-Sep-2008, 06:06 AM

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China's impressive haul of gold medals at the Beijing Olympics was tarnished somewhat today when it was revealed that "abnormally high levels of lead" were found in the first-place medallions.



The medals, which were supposed to be made entirely of gold, were instead found to be composed of 99% lead alloy and coated with a gold-colored lead-based paint.



The shocking revelations roiled the Olympic complex today and sent officials looking for answers from the Chinese manufacturer of the medals, the Wuhan One Hundred Percent Gold Medal Corporation.



"We are trying to determine how exactly so much lead got into those gold medals," said a spokesman for Wuhan, China's largest exporter of gold medals. "Until we do, we are urging all first-place athletes not to lick, taste or suck on their medals."



The news about the potentially toxic gold medals spread panic among Olympic champions, especially U.S. swimming phenom Michael Phelps.



"I am very, very concerned about my extensive contact with gold medals," Mr. Phelps told reporters. "But what am I supposed to do? Stop being so awesome?"



In other Olympic news, China's hopes for winning more medals in women's gymnastics were dashed when one of their leading gymnasts vanished down a bathtub drain on Tuesday.



Immediately after Jiang Qimin's disappearance, Beijing authorities launched a search for the acclaimed seven-pound athlete.



Jiang had been the subject of speculation earlier this week as many foreign observers doubted China's claims that the two-foot-tall gymnast was sixteen years old.



In an interview with NBC's Bob Costas on Monday, Jiang sparked controversy with this response to a question about her age: "I want my sippy

borowitz report

JIM
  Forum: Ye Ole Celtic Pub - Open all day, all night!  ·  Post Preview: #260014

mainopsman Posted on: 17-Aug-2008, 06:21 AM

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I agree that attitude toward aging is important. Most people ask me why I haven't retired. My answer has been when I get old enough, I'll be 66 in January. I love to work, and find that I am still being sought out by other departments for instructor positions. Your only as old as you let yourself feel.

JIM
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #257699

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