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Saturday, March 17, 2012

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Toots

Good Girl Sarah! I love the socks. I'm going to the Noah Webster House tonight for a St.Paddy's Day dinner. There's also going to be music, and 18th century games. It will be like a mini CW, but "the aura" won't be quite the same. :)Enjoy the rest of the day. Love, Aunt Toots P.S. Obviously I didn't do the poll, seeing I knew the answers.

Connie

I love your green socks. I took your 2 polls and guessed at both answers......I bet I guessed wrong so will be awaiting the answers. :-)

Tammy

Hope you enjoyed the day.Love your socks.I wore a green shirt that says Dublin Girl Scouts from when we lived in Dublin,Ohio.Gregory wore a green Boston Celtics shirt and Allison had a shirt one that said Irish was a little taller.


Kathy

Very nice post. The polls would not load for us but we guess O'malley or O'Grady?? My great g'ma's name was Somers - a great Irish name. In fact one of our boys has it for a middle name, as does my father. I love names with some history behind them. Blessings to you all.

Stephanie in MI

Looks like fun at your house. I am 1/4 Irish, but I didn't celebrate it much this year. We always celebrated more when my grandpa was alive. E celebrated by dressing in a lot of green. We got pedicures and she got sparkly green toes!

Toots

Hey Sarah,
Your great grandmother's maiden name was Crowell(Eleanor). She was born here, but her mother Mary Crowell came here from Ireland. I'm in the process of trying to find out from what area. I've been doing some research on ancestry.com. Your grandfather doesn't know what her maiden name was, so it's been a little slow going. According to the 1900 census she was married in 1890 to John J. Crowell. I'm trying to find the marriage record to get her maiden name, so I can cross reference to immigration records. I've been wanting to research this for a long time, so thanks for sparking my curiousity.

GardenOfDaisies

I'm too late for your little quiz.... the name sounds Italian to me. LOL! That looks like some good celtic music to me!!

Linda Murphy

Don't all the good Irish stock come from a Murphy?

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