Discussion in 'PC Help.' started by Donna259, Aug 18, 2020.
Very rural town in Northern New Mexico.
Started out in Bennington, Vermont, then 3 years in Nuremburg, Germany, 30 years in Alabama and now 13 years in Hinsdale, New Hampshire.
Irish on mom's side and English on dad's side.
Mario, we camp at Thousand Islands US side....Watertown...
East Clare, Ireland. A few minutes drive from this place :
Very good !!!
Hi all.... I don’t post much, but I read daily and have been a member for many years. I am from outside of Philadelphia
I grew up in Cape Breton, but I don’t get back there much anymore.
Cape Breton is where we go!!. We have dear friends in St Peter's.
I did not know this until now!
Interestingly, a relative traced my father's lineage to the mid 1600's. I've seen the tree that listed every father's name and his family members back to that time. Can't be certain it's all correct but there was a lot of details included. They came from France on the 2nd or 3rd boat to land in Montreal (New France at the time). You'd think I'd be mostly French (I always thought so) but my genes are mostly Irish/British after so many generations, with some French, Italian etc. The last name started Magneron, was changed in early 1800s to Migneron, then short formed again to Miron in early 1900s. I can't even speak French but I did get the Irish drinking gene I'm pretty sure, but have it under control, lolz
Cape Breton Island has so much natural beauty.We are Blessed with beautiful scenery.
Wow small world about 40 miles from us.
Country of origin: USA
City of birth and upbringing: Philadelphia, PA
Residing for many years: South Jersey just outside of Philly
My family roots are in East Clare but my father crossed the Shannon to County Limerick where I now live. Some of my grandmother's family emigrated to San Francisco in the early 1900s but we have lost touch with that branch of the family.
I live in North Florida, in a small village on the outskirts of St. Augustine, Florida.
Belfast born and reared.. Both my parents ancestry can be traced for over 300 years in Belfast so been here a while.. My wife's family claim to be the first people in Ireland.. So I guess my children are most definitely Irish.. We have been Catholic through all of our generations lol a few protestants joined the lineage but soon converted
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