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    Post Re: AW: Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Allenson
    Other than a couple later Irish ancestors (by way of Canada), my heritage here in the New World is all pre-American Revolution.
    I've traced all of my ancestry to before the Revolution.

    I'm English; mostly Anglo-Saxon, although there are several Norman lineages.

    I was under the impression I was part Celtic a few years ago, but they turned out to be English surnames.






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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    Paternal Grandfather: German whose grandfather immigrated to hawaii from the schlewig holstein area of North Germany.
    Paternal Grandmother: Anglo-Saxon type whose grandparents had come to US from England.
    Maternal Grandmother: Still researching but her phenotype seems predominately nordic.
    Maternal grandfather: German and predominately nordic.

    Somewhere along the lines I think my paternal grandfather received some dinarid influence because my father and grandfather do not appear completely nordic despite their long family history and I also do not look completely nordic. But I can trace up my paternal line to early 1600's north germany where my ancestor lived as a Danish farmer. Also had a coat of arms which I may put up if I can find it.

    Two people I can trace to are: Roger Sherman, one of the few to sign declaration of independence among other important colonial american documents. Maybe, though it gets a little fuzzy after all these years, I am also related to one of the King Henrys of England. To verify which one I would need to pull out my maternal grandmothers geneology folders. If I am related to one fo the kings,then my geneology would go very far back because all the kings are recorded by the church.
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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    *Father- born in Mass.
    His Irish/English Mom,born in Mass., whose parents came over from Ireland and England-Mom's name,Dunovan(sp?) was from County Cork Ireland. Dad's last name was Carpenter. I've been told there may have been some Scandinavian blood mixed with the English.

    His Ukrainian Dad was born in New Hampshire, USA
    Whose mom was from Ukraine, emigrated through Austria, parents met in NYC, Dad was either Russian, Ukrainian or Polish... we think Ukrainian.


    *Mother- born in N.J.
    She was adopted so I don't know the names...
    all I do know...
    Mother German with some Scottish(Scottish grandma?)- may have been born in Ohio.
    Dad was from Sweden.

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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    Paternal Grandmother = Franco - Irish, Irish.

    Paternal Grandfather = Milesian Irish, German, Welsh.

    Maternal Grandfather = AS English, Norman, Cornish, Anglicized Welsh.

    Maternal Grandmother = Anglo-Saxon English, Highland Scot, French and Dutch.
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    Paternal: Hughes, Dunn, Collier, Meyer (echt-Deutsch), Klein.

    Maternal: Turner, Meekins, Romaine/Romijn (French and later Dutch), Western (Norman), Bostock/Bostwick (Original Anglo-Saxon), Brundage/Brundish (Anglicized Welsh), Munro, Muir (Highland Scot), Stevens (Anglo(?) - Cornish).
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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    I have quite a bit of info on my family tree. I'm still waiting for my aunt on my father's side to send me the info she has. She's taking her time, that's for certain.....

    Paternal:
    Father: born in Florida. I don't know what race exactly.
    Grandfather: born in Indiana. He was adopted. I know his birthname.
    Grandmother: born in Georgia.
    GreatGrandfather: born in Indiana. I know his name
    GreatGrandmother: born in Missouri. I know her first name.
    Grandmother's parents: Need procrastingating aunt to get off her butt...

    Maternal:
    I have to use names, (surnames mostly), otherwise I'll confuse myself.
    Mom (Supercommon surname): born in NC. Claimed Irish, English, Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish, American Indian, and Scottish ancestry.
    Grandpa (Supercommon surname): born in NC.
    Grandma Beam: I think she was born in NC.
    Greatgrandpa (Supercommon surname): born in Georgia. I have the same birthday as he does.
    Greatgrandma Dove: had english and german ancestry. Born in Georgia.
    Greatgrandpa Beam: born in NC? Irish, Dutch, Scottish.
    Greatgrandma Julian: born in NC? Dutch, Swedish, Irish
    Greatgreatgreandpa (Supercommon surname): born in Georgia? I know squat about this guy, I know his name was Ace, of all things. I don't know who he married. I know he had at least 3 kids.
    Greatgreatgrandpa Dove: born in Georgia
    Greatgreatgrandma Lipp: born in Georgia. Half German
    Greatgreatgrandpa Beam: born in Georgia.
    Greatgreatgrandma Fortner: ?
    Greatgreatgrandpa Julian: born in NC?
    Greatgreatgrandma McIntyre: born in NC. Had 3 middle names.
    GGGgrandpa Dove:born in South Carolina
    GGGgrandma Gordon: born in Georgia
    GGGgrandpa Lipp: born in Baden, Germany
    GGGgrandma Johnson: born in SC
    GGGgrandpa Beam: NC
    GGGgrandma Wilkins: NC
    GGGgrandpa Fortner: ?
    GGGgrandma Dowell: ?
    GGGgrandpa Julian: ?
    GGGgrandma Virginia ? : ?
    GGGgrandpa McIntyre:?
    GGGgrandma Freeman: ?

    My ancestors have been here in the states quite a while.
    I'll have to make a list of my immigrant ancestors. I'm getting tired of typing all that.

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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    Mostly English. One of my great grand mother's was Irish, another Irish and Scot (Highland). Another was possibly Welsh, although unsure. My surname is Scottish and can be traced to Argyllshire and Perthshire.

    I count myself as a quarter Gael, possible trace of Briton, and the rest English.

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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    is there someone here on
    skadi with an older known origin ?
    I normally only count 5 generations for immediate identity. But if you want further then my claim to fame is that Guy De Dampiere Duke of Flanders 1252-1305 is an ancestor of mine on my mothers side. I intend to reclaim my throne when it is conveniant.

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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    My Grandmother had a book written about our family's geneology. We can be traced back to The Battle of Hastings and were Saxons. My Dad's side is all British as well and they were Presbyterian ministers...go figure...I'm Heathen!

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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hygd
    We can be traced back to The Battle of Hastings and were Saxons.
    On my dad's side, the line gets to Hastings too, though my ancestors were Normans. That is, from what my uncle (who is almost devoted to that stuff) found out. According to another source, I'm a descendant from William the Conqueror himself. Yet I strongly doubt this, and stick to my uncle's work.

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    Post Re: What's Your Genealogy?

    Well William did have a lot of bastard children...

    All people who have at least some noble blood can trace their lineage to some king and ultimately to almost all European nobility.

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