Sorry it's taken me so long to respond to this. My uncle began doing
genealogy work on my German ancestry and since my mother's side is
Irish I decided to begin looking into my Irish ancestry. This was
1997; in 2003 I got hooked on Celtic legends and pre-Celt. I think it
was the Lia Fail that really struck the blow.
Now I'm hooked!
“Silence is Golden…Duct Tape is Silver”
On Feb 8, 2008, at 9:35 AM, Gil Das wrote:
> As a follow on from my previous message,
> (for those living away from their suspected land of origin), at what
> did you realise / suspect / hope (which one?) you were of 'Celtic'
> origin ?
> did your parents / grandparents have the same feelings - i.e. is it
> part of
> your family traditions that this is your heritage (I'm really
> interested in
> at what point / generation this ancestry became important / re/
> Can anybody sum-up what 'being Celtic' means to them; and what
> attributes define this identity?
> These are questions that may inform my research, so I'd be grateful
> Thanks very much in advance,
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