Then you saidI can't recall him saying that it was an Irish surname
Then I saidI think Combs is an Ulster Scotts surname.
Finally you saidArgie, you know where it ultimately originates. West of England without a doubt
I'm not doubting for a moment that your great aunt has done ancestral research and discovered Irish ancestry. With a surname like Combs, however, your ancestors would probably have been living in England before moving to Ireland.Regardless of where it originated from, my ancestors who held it where Irish. My great aint said so
Anyroad, your presents are in the post:
Wear them with pride, while marching under this:
And start learning your national anthem:
(I last sang it at a wedding in Limerick... )
I don't think I understand, Osweo.
He is showing you some Ulster-Scot/Scots-Irish culture.
Now I will get my mixed Irish Catholic and Scotch-Irish butt out of this thread before I start fighting with myself.
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