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  • Fully English

    34 16.50%
  • Predominantly English with very minor other British ancestry

    24 11.65%
  • Predominantly English with very minor other European ancestry

    15 7.28%
  • 7/8ths English 1/8th other British

    7 3.40%
  • 7/8ths English 1/8th other European

    6 2.91%
  • 3/4 English 1/4 other British

    9 4.37%
  • 3/4 English 1/4 other European

    14 6.80%
  • Half English, Half other European

    25 12.14%
  • Less than half English, but fully British

    4 1.94%
  • Less than half English and not fully British

    16 7.77%
  • I have both other British and other European ancestry (explain)

    15 7.28%
  • Other

    20 9.71%
  • Half English, half other British

    17 8.25%
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Thread: Who Is English, or Part English? How English Are You?

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    Quote Originally Posted by Weg
    I'm not, thank God! But I've been told we've some distant relatives who are...
    What is wrong about that?

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    Quote Originally Posted by Weg
    I'm not, thank God! But I've been told we've some distant relatives who are...
    Ashamed to have some connection to possibly the most successful and influential country ever

    Or... Ashamed to have some connection to France's historical enemy across the Channel

    Or.. Both?

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    Kind of reminds me of the HMS Pinafore by Gilbert and Sullivan ...

    He is an Englishman!
    For he himself has said it,
    And it's greatly to his credit,
    That he is an Englishman!
    (ALL) That he is an Englishman!

    For he might have been a Roosian,
    A French, or Turk, or Proosian,
    Or perhaps Itali-an!
    (ALL) Or perhaps Itali-an!

    But in spite of all temptations
    To belong to other nations,
    He remains an Englishman!
    He remains an Englishman!


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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd Volsung
    What is wrong about that?
    Don't tell me you would like to have Frenchies in your family.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thruthheim
    Ashamed to have some connection to possibly the most successful and influential country ever

    Or... Ashamed to have some connection to France's historical enemy across the Channel

    Or.. Both?
    Wait. Connection would be a great word. We just have a common ancestor at the third or fourth generation, not a big deal.

    I've no reason to be ashamed - the second reason, though... -, since I've no English blood. Them have French blood on the other hand.
    Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscripti catapultas habebunt.

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    -But why neo? »

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    My dad is actually descended from Anglo-Saxon invaders, Normans, Norwegian Norse, and Pictish. My mother is Irish, Scottish, English, Mongol/Turkic<TATAR> (from invaders into Ukraine/Poland), Polish, and Ukrainian Slavs..

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    I am 100% English - 25% Kent, 50% Devon 25% Hampshire! No Welsh/Irish/Scots..

    Rather Anglo-Saxon really...

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    Thumbs Up AW: Who is English, or part English?

    Me is 1/4 English (my grandmother paternally is from Cheshire, England), 1/4 Norman (grandfather paternally from Normandy, France) and 2/4 German from Rhineland!

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    Re: AW: Who is English, or part English?

    Mainly Anglo-Saxon, possibly a touch of Yorkshire Viking.

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    I'm descended from English colonial settlers who came through Virginia in the 1600's. A few surnames in my family: Bates, Swinford, Westbrook, Aylett, Cox, Whitlow, Crafton. Some of the places my ancestors came from include Kent, Bedfordshire, Leicestershire, Lancashire, Berkshire, just to name a few. A mix from all over really. Maybe a Welshman in the wood pile to but I'll never tell

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    Re: Who is English, or part English?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph
    I'm descended from English colonial settlers who came through Virginia in the 1600's. A few surnames in my family: Bates, Swinford, Westbrook, Aylett, Cox, Whitlow, Crafton. Some of the places my ancestors came from include Kent, Bedfordshire, Leicestershire, Lancashire, Berkshire, just to name a few. A mix from all over really. Maybe a Welshman in the wood pile to but I'll never tell
    Swinford?

    That's the surname of the third wife of John of Gaunt, through whom the House of Tudor (and all later royal houses) claims descent from William the Conqueror.

    Coincidence?

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