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I Am Irish-american

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    horneybear79912 horneybear79912 36-40, M Jan 9, 2015

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    IsMeJodi IsMeJodi 18-21, M Dec 29, 2015

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    jwpepper jwpepper 41-45, M May 3, 2014

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    Family Tree

      Hi 2  everyone, I am here in England, I was born in northern  Ireland  2 a big irish family of  11.We r  researching my family tree, and i believe that i have lots of family  in that fantastic lyplace they call America. ...
    pampaswey pampaswey 46-50, F 2 Responses Feb 20, 2010

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    I'm Irish-american, and I Love It

    Both of my grandmothers are 100% Irish. Their parents came from Ireland. I don't really know much about my mother's mother's parents, besides that they came to Boston, Mass. from Ireland. My father's mother's parents came to the New York City area in the 1930's. I still have...
    lymore lymore 16-17 Apr 14, 2008

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    If Your Irish - If Your Not - Happy St.patricks Day-try This !!

    HI EVERYONE YOU DONT HAVE TO BE IRISH TO LOVE EVERYTHING IRISH ST PATRICK'S DAY IS FOR EVERYONE MAKE SOMEONE SPECIAL FEEL GOOD THIS MARCH 17TH WITH A VERY SPECIAL IRISH GIFT HAVE A QUICK LOOK YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID IM JUST A GIRL FROM CORK STARTING UP A SMALL...
    corkgirl corkgirl 36-40, F Mar 2, 2010

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    Are You Irish To The Core?

    Since I can not add a link here, just google Irish to the Core Contest and enter. I entered and it was fun. great photo contest, see what others have shared....try the luck of the Irish.Jon
    ladjon ladjon 36-40 Feb 6, 2013

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    Irish American

    I grew up adopted at age six knowing that my father was second generation Irish. Im actually very proud to be Irish. I think about what they went through as a country and think to myself, "Well, they survived then so can I." Not much to go on but hey, it works for me. Most...
    Lovetheunlovely Lovetheunlovely 31-35 Feb 24, 2012

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    My Name Says "i'm Irish"

    I am very proud to be Irish-American.  I am passing this same pride on to my sons.  There is something very special amongst our people.  I know other cultures, ethnic groups, nationalities may share the same kinds of things, but to me, I would not to be anything...
    SpearCarrier SpearCarrier 51-55, M 4 Responses Oct 14, 2009

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    Sabrina Joyce

    Hi Everyone,my name is Sabrina Joyce, and I and my Sister Christine are Great Grandnieces of the Irish Writer James Joyce We have launched a website dedicated to All those who have Irish ancestry but are living abroad. The website offers FREE and detailed ancestry search...
    Irishgathering2013 Irishgathering2013 31-35 Mar 28, 2012

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    We Consider Ourselves Our Own Clan

    I am 2nd and 3nd generation Irish-American. In essence, I am 100% Irish. I do not like to say that I am Irish, because I was born in New York. My parents were born in New York and two of my grandparents were born in New York. Right. We never left New York. They married other...
    maux maux 36-40 2 Responses Feb 13, 2008

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    Red Irish Clothing

    Started a clothing line for Irish Americans.... www.redirishclothing.net www.facebook.com/redirishclothing www.twitter.com/RedIrishClthg
    irishblood85 irishblood85 26-30 2 Responses Nov 8, 2012

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    Irish whiskey is good but I'll still take good ole American whiskey over anything. Now pour me some Jim Beam.
    savoy2 savoy2 46-50, M 1 Response Jan 10

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    American whiskey is damn good too. No reason you can't enjoy both.
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