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Posted: 24-Mar-2003, 04:30 PM
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Greetings Plain Pint and IrishCdnLass!

Welcome to the best forum on the net! Look forward to chatting....

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Posted: 24-Mar-2003, 05:52 PM
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Hello from Central Texas. I am a Canadian living now in the USA.

WOW!  Good luck dropping the "eh" for "y'all".

Welcome to the forum.  Just like voting in Philadelphia... write early, write often!


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  Posted: 24-Mar-2003, 06:16 PM
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Quote (Gaelic Bread @ Mar. 24 2003,4:52)
Quote (IrishCdnLass @ Mar. 15 2003,7:46)
Hello from Central Texas. I am a Canadian living now in the USA.

WOW!  Good luck dropping the "eh" for "y'all".

Welcome to the forum.  Just like voting in Philadelphia... write early, write often!

That's Chicago :D !


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  Posted: 23-Jul-2003, 02:56 PM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ Jan 29 2003, 07:30 PM)
I would love to trace my family's history but I know I'd run into a lot of dead ends. My parents don't know very much and all my grandparents are dead sad.gif . In fact, the only things I know about my family history are that my great-Grandpa Maxwell was adopted, my great-Grandma Maxwell's maiden name was McLoughlin, and my family name was originally Fangmann. Oh well.

Genealogy has been a blast for me to do. There's a lot of Irish in my family, from many sides too! biggrin.gif I've run into a few stumpers in my research with my Dad's family, but I'll get over them eventually. I've even hooked up with some distant relatives that my Dad didn't know! His family wasn't close at all. Seems they were always at odds. dry.gif I love my Irish heritage though! Someday I'm going to get a chance to come over there and spend a few weeks immersed in Ireland's culture. I can hardly wait!!!


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Posted: 20-Oct-2003, 12:19 AM
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I guess I am a few days late in Posting here.

I have a wee bit of the ol' Irish in me too. My family Names are Flaherty (came to the States circa 1730)(Plus 20+ different spelling variations), Geoghegan (Name was changed to Gavigan in New Orleans in 1851) and Butler came to the States circa 1730.

I was told mostly of my Irish Heritage on my Mother's side, very little was known of the Scottish.

Even though I practice my Shawnee Heritage, the Irish Heritage plays a big role in my life also. And I plan to keep it that way.

I have made a lot of new friends here and as far as I know, there are not any enemies (yet), But I don't plan for that either, I am here to enjoy the company and listen to some GOOD MUSIC. note.gif note.gif

So here's to All of You.. cheers.gif


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Posted: 13-Nov-2003, 09:05 PM
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Hi I'm pretty new here. Some of you I know....some of you I'm meeting for the first time (hee hee)

I find the geneology tedious yet very rewarding and sometimes frustrating.

My great, great grandfather on my Father's side came to the United States about 1900 ... I've got that date written down here somewhere if I could just find it (picture me digging franticly through a huge pile of papers and books at this point) oh well I'll figure that out later but in was near 1900 when James Wood (my great great grandfather not the actor) who had earned his living as a Docter in Belfast came to the United States. Whew...I'm glad that I got that out.

Anyway that's my nearest Celtic realtive along with my great great grandmother Julia Rubly(her maiden name biggrin.gif )

The rest is reputed to be German, Scot, French(my earliest ancestors to make it to the states and they came by way of Ireland for some odd reason in the early 1600's)

There ya have it more than you problably wanted to know about me tongue.gif

I can tell I must be boring you all by the silence of the audience laugh.gif

So until next we meet this is geneology man signing off.

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Posted: 25-Nov-2003, 11:13 AM
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Hello everyone,

I am so pleased to find a place devoted to Ireland here! For many years I've been captivated by Ireland but it wasn't until I actually visited there for a week in 1998 that I truly fell in love with it. I had the strongest feeling that I was home, somehow... it touched my heart that deeply.

We're still looking for direct connections to Ireland through my family genealogy and so far have found a Maroney and Malone... ah, I suspected as much! It was the most amazing thing to see farmers who looked so much like my own granddad in the towns heading for the pub...

Hope to chat with all of you again soon!


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Hello,

This looks like a forum that I can sink my teeth into. I am 5th generation Irish-American. It is great to have a place to come home to.



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  Posted: 01-Dec-2003, 02:43 PM
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As an Irish American in Chicago, I can proudly report that my one and only trip to Ireland resulted in the discovery that my rather strage, off-the-wall sense of humor is not uncommon at all on the Emrald Isle. No wonder the Irish tend to get into fights. heh heh
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Posted: 01-Dec-2003, 02:48 PM
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To Heretic Chick,

If having membership in a family is that important to you, I hereby adopt you into the Fitzpatrick clan. Now you belong. biggrin.gif
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Posted: 04-Dec-2003, 10:46 AM
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QUOTE (maisky @ Dec 1 2003, 02:43 PM)
As an Irish American in Chicago, I can proudly report that my one and only trip to Ireland resulted in the discovery that my rather strage, off-the-wall sense of humor is not uncommon at all on the Emrald Isle. No wonder the Irish tend to get into fights. heh heh
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Yes, I saw that Irish humor at work there too! While we were having our first real fish & chips one evening, our friend Seamus told my husband that wife Bernadette was an identical twin to lovely Siobhan, but I suspected it was a fib because Berdette had never told me that before - and, there was this twinkle in Seamus' eye. Poor hubby was completely fooled, until Siobhan's flushed countenance & Berdette's huge smile made him realize that something was amiss.
Turns out both delightful ladies are beautiful and look young, but Siobhan is a full 7 years younger and was outraged that anyone would THINK she looked as old as Berdette!
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Posted: 04-Dec-2003, 11:16 AM
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That was strange, the board decided to log me off. That last message was mine.
Maybe I offended the board. rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE (maisky @ Dec 4 2003, 09:16 AM)
That was strange, the board decided to log me off. That last message was mine.
Maybe I offended the board. rolleyes.gif

Which isn't a difficult thing to pull off these days.


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Posted: 05-Dec-2003, 08:15 AM
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QUOTE (oldraven @ Dec 4 2003, 11:31 AM)
QUOTE (maisky @ Dec 4 2003, 09:16 AM)
That was strange, the board decided to log me off.  That last message was mine.
Maybe I offended the board.  rolleyes.gif

Which isn't a difficult thing to pull off these days.

I agree. I read your note on "deviant art" about getting booted for posting a cnn report about a gigantic scientific breakthrough for women. alucard.gif
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