I Am Swiss-german

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    The Schwinns

    My grandmother told me when I was little that her great grandmother, Olga Schwinn, came to the United States with her close family in the 1800s, from a small village in northern Switzerland. I always thought this was neat, as nobody else that I've ever come across is also of...
    SpaghettiMeatballs SpaghettiMeatballs
    22-25, M
    1 Response Jul 17, 2013

    My Swiss-german Ancestors Are From Chur, Switzerland.

    My ancestry, as far as I can ascertain from the family geneaology, is 1/2 English, 1/4 French and 1/4 Swiss-German. My maternal great grandmother came to the U.S. from Switzerland in the late 19th century.  Unfortunately I don't know a lot about her other than that she...
    scuzzi scuzzi
    46-50, M
    1 Response Apr 5, 2010

    Life Long Transgendered Male Love Tgs And Cute Men

    hello i love being a gurl i love geeting getting dressed going to nail salon be auty shop love to go shopping and trying and buy ing cute and sexy clothes and jewerly shoes purses ect any thing fem love to have my men complemt me love the looks and attention i get makes me very...
    debra16 debra16
    56-60, T
    Jun 23, 2012

    Swiss-German With a Last Name to Match

    I feel a definite loss about being an American of Swiss-German decent. My grandfather by my father is full Swiss-German in heritage and could speak both Swiss-German and English, so could my father and Aunt up until WWII. After the war broke out my grandfather strictly forbid my...
    Bloomen Bloomen
    31-35, F
    3 Responses Sep 2, 2009
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