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Since my mom is a freckled redhead, we know there must be some irish on that side and on dad's side we have english and german. Deb

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Irish, English, Welsh, Dutch, German, Polish, and American Indian

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Mom was 100% Swedish, some of which had some German heritage from back in the early 1800's. My Dad didn't know his ethnic background. He had ruddy olive skin and black hair. We figure most likely Native American, but maybe Italian, maybe Spanish. Or a mix of a few things? I've always been curious, so I'm going to get my genetics done someday and find out.

Nancy

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German all the way.

Me too. I married an American and live in the states now.

Irish, Irish on Dad's side.

Irish, French on Mom's side.

(some Scottish and English thrown in there further back....)

Karen

Hi Karen,

nice pic. Now I finally get to SEE you :P

Hugs, Stef

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Hi everyone!

I'm just curious about the nationalities of everyone to see how many of you fit the "Northern European" classic, aspect of Celiac Disease, and how many of you are something completely different. I'm wondering because I am Polish and German and a lot of doctors in the begining, wrote off testing for Celiac just because of my background.......

Thanks! :D

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FIRST OF ALL I SEEM TO BE DOING SOMETHING WRONG WHEN TRYING TO REPLY TO SOMETHING ON HERE. HELP.

IRISH AND SCOTTISH HERE

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That's because you forgot the square bracket at the end.

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That's because you forgot the square bracket at the end.

I DO NOT UNDERSTAND??

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Hi everyone!

I'm just curious about the nationalities of everyone to see how many of you fit the "Northern European" classic, aspect of Celiac Disease, and how many of you are something completely different. I'm wondering because I am Polish and German and a lot of doctors in the begining, wrote off testing for Celiac just because of my background.......

Thanks! :D

Irish and English on my mother's side, Irish and Scottish on my father's side

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Me too. I married an American and live in the states now.

Hi Karen,

nice pic. Now I finally get to SEE you :P

Hugs, Stef

Hey Stef!

Yep, I bit the bullet and posted a pic finally! I started the year by coming out of my shell!!!

Karen

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Hi Mace,

when you wanted to quote at the end of the text where the HTML code closes the whole thing there should be this:

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Scots, Dutch, Irish, and Cherokee

And to Mace, at the end of each meesage you have quote and reply" you need to go to the top of the page and hit add reply if you do not want to see the other persons message on top of yours. This message written using add reply my next will be using reply" :)

English all the way- as far as i know

see what I mean mace? :)

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Family origin...... Hmmmmm, let's see....... :D

Native American Indian, Choctaw/Cherokee, French-Canadian/Flathead

Norweigan

Melungeon

Black Dutch

German

English

{and whatever else was in the "kettle!"}

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