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I am really confused on the nationality of Seneca.   [Copy link] 中文

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This post was edited by Chechen at 2012-8-17 05:26

Well you said I had one unused picture and you told me to use the picture so I clicked on the link you provided and ended up holding the bag on this snipe hunt.

The picture shows where Anglos originate from. If your

ancestors are not from here you are not an Anglo Seneca.

Angles and Saxons.jpg




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Post time 2012-8-17 06:22:49 |Display all floors
Chechen Post time: 2012-8-17 07:21
Well you said I had one unused picture and you told me to use the picture so I clicked on the link y ...

Well I've got plenty of Briton/Celt ancestry, tracing my ancestors to Cornwall, Midlothian, Orkney Islands, as well as some from the Channel Isles and of course the Saxon parts of England.
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Chechen Post time: 2012-8-17 05:21
Well you said I had one unused picture and you told me to use the picture so I clicked on the link y ...

Mercia was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom founded by some of the Germanic tribe of the Angles (in their own tongue Engles) based in the Midlands of what is now England sometime in the 6th century.
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This post was edited by Chechen at 2012-8-17 09:27
emucentral Post time: 2012-8-17 06:22
Well I've got plenty of Briton/Celt ancestry, tracing my ancestors to Cornwall, Midlothian, Orkney ...

Thats good, You must share more stories. On my fathers side I had a grandmother from the Stackpole family originated at stack pool in England around 1000-1100 AD. And a grandfather Abraham Lemaistre born 1636 on the Isle of Jersey (Channel Islands, France)

Another ancestor was an agent for Sir Thomas Lodge trading company and was in Moscow when the Crimme burnt the city to the ground. (circa 1570)



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Post time 2012-8-17 09:26:19 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Chechen at 2012-8-17 09:42

Almost forgot Emu, do you know any people in the area north of Newcastle around Morpeth.  I am looking to find relatives of John Raisbeck who worked in the Sleekburn colliery in the 1880's.  He lived at Red Row.

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St_George Post time: 2012-8-17 07:01
Mercia was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom founded by some of the Germanic tribe of the Angles (in their ow ...

Engles-English??  The word Yankee came about when the Iroquois Indians tried to say English, it came out as Yengwais.

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