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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PS & PPS by Kid on 2004-01-10 16:16:26
Whereabouts in Wales, of course is the first question that springs to mind...but I suspect either a) You wouldn't know; Wales is, after all, about 10,000 miles away - a land of slate and sheep that you have barely ever considered, let alone got to know1 or b) I wouldn't know. We did travel through Wales on our round Britain jaunt, but I can't pretend to know it that well. As a welcome coherent point, its odd that you would have such a varied fanily background - (how can I put this without offending anyone?) - especially from all around European countries. They are difficult to change, especially when the languages are so very different.
I'm lost with where I was going. Ah, I know. I was wondering whether there were some interesting characters to accompany the interesting geneology. Trees indeed....
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|Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PS & PPS by d.- on 2004-01-11 15:44:19 | Reply to this|
No, not odd -- just human nature. Everyone has been sleeping with everyone else since time began, producing all kinds of offspring. To wit: We are more
bi-tri-hexa-octa-cultural than we wish to believe. I am my own melting pot, as it were... As for interesting characters, I know not a thing. That's why I want my mom to get a little more into it overseas. I should ask my 'abuelita' in Puerto Rico more about the lineage before she passes onward and upward. Ciao!