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    After reading a recent post by Salamiguy, in which he claimed to be of at least ten different ethnic heritages <img> , I’m just curious– what kind of background does everybody here come from? Not everyone has shared a picture (though I think we should revive that thread), so help me paint a portrait in my mind.

    I myself am one-half Italian, one-quarter German, and one-eighth each Russian and Hungarian.



    german/irish on my dads side, ukranian on my moms. speaking of ukranian. yesterday was the 5th anual carpatho-rusyn celebration at the andy warhol museum. it was a blast! traditional ukranian dance, music, food, and a really cool ukranian movie (w/subtitles). met lots of cool people and had a great time. (andy was of ukranian descent)……. <img>


    buckingham rabbit

    I’m a maximum 12.5% Irish, the rest English. My great-grandfather might have been all Irish, or he might not have, but all my other great-grandparents were of English descent or from England.


    Bucky Ramone

    50% Brabant / 50 % Limburg ===> 100% Dutch! <img>

    (although some dutch people might argue about the ‘dutchness’ of that Limburg part…. <img> )



    I’m purebred as well, all German.



    Half Taiwanese, half English… I wonder how many others there are like me around here?



    25 % Sicilian, 25% Italian, 25% Swedish (maybe more), Some part unknown, and some part Native America (unknown tribe).. My dad’s mother died when my dad was 11, so I was unable to talk with her. Also, there is no official record of my dad’s mom’s birth.

    So, all in all, I am a mutt.




    100 % Dutch



    </font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font>Originally posted by Malcomtent:
    <strong>I’m purebred as well, all German.</strong></font><hr></blockquote><font>Ah, a fellow German around here?! <img> Wie geht es dir?
    where are the other Germans, who stayed around here, by the way?
    I’m all German, too (no surprise) <img>



    Irish /Canadian, great grandparents came over from that green place.

    Think I’m 100% Freak though… <img>




    All English, although half Cockney (east london) and half Mackam (Sunderland, near Newcastle). Guess that makes me a cockam, or a MacCock.



    I’m half Cuban, the rest mostly English, then Danish then Irish.

    Me mum does geneology and she’s got English ancestors going back to the mid 1600’s in Conneticut. I bet they must have been poor lil farmers …



    </font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font>Originally posted by deepsludge:

    Flying cloud, I’m part german but still working on the details of that….I am trying to read the geneology book a great aunt wrote and the print is just too small, and it is falling apart…Alot of boring stories
    </strong></font><hr></blockquote><font>deepsludge, did you findd out which part of Germany your ancestors came from?

    And you Malcom?

    Some of my ancestors emigrated to the US in the 19th century, but we’ve lost all contact to the relatives there. Don’t even know their names. My aunt wanted to ask the mormons about them, they have many ancient family registers. <img>

    <small>[ 07-19-2002, 11:55 AM: Message edited by: Flying Cloud ]</small>


    expect nothing

    well i was browsing in the depths of the boards and thought id add a little bit of me :) – i’m ( i think ) a quarter ukrainian, it was my grandad who came to england from Ukraine. apart from that i think i’m english :D


    And you Malcom?

    My father’s side is pretty much impossible trait, because we have a very common last name. I donna think the mormans could figure it out.

    My mothers side was from a town called, I believe, Darmstadt, which I belive was in southern Germany. The irony is that an oldtimer at one of my fathers family reunions (who wasn’t a direct relative) remembers bombing the town. I’m getting my story befuddled, but the overall point is that Darnstadt was probably bombed off the map during the second world war. I can’t find it on any maps anyway, nor could my highschool German instructor.

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