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Re: Black Irish: What is the meaning?

irish genealogy
ancient of days:
clan:carty(cartheigh)
descendents of morabh of indian aryan descent ancestors were in greece, egypt, north africa, arrived in spain, left spain because of drought and arrived in cork ireland, where they set up a kingdom.
The morabh clan were descendents of india, whose subclan was malpe. who was the descendents of the Maratha clan, caste of kshatriya.

In the latter centuries the descendents of the maratha and all 96 clans of the maratha that remained in india fought the british.

Irish descendents
clan: carty(carthaigh)
cork, ireland
descendents of morabh of the malpe.
language:Gaelic(similiar words from the sanscrit of india)
greatgreatgrandfather edward carty
birthplace: ireland
residence, cumberland england
occupation:ore miner
greatgreatgrandmother Mary A Carty
birthplace:Ireland
residence,cumberland england
greatgrandfather:george carty
birthplace: comb d whitehaven
residence:cumberland england
great aunt rosaline carty
birthplace: comb d whitehaven
residence:cumberland england

Immigratiion
greatgrandfather george carty immigrated to st kitts, west indies,adopted a west indian culture mixed with his irish culture. and married my portugue spain ethiopian great grandmother who immigrated to puerto rico then after some years they boarded a ship to america to immigration port ellis island. My great grandfather George helped raised my mother and her siblings, along with her mother, and babysitted me and my brothers and sisters when we were little children, he taught my mother how to cook, how to set the table, and was a good story teller, he loved beer and would give beer to my mother and her brothers and sisters when they were little children, his daughter my grandmother would tell him do not give them any beer, he would say ooh josephine its good for the brains, he gave my grandmother beer to when she was a little girl and told her it was good for her brains. upon marriage, everybody would recieve a wedding bell, he said if you get in disagreements with your husband ring the wedding bell to remind each other of the vows they took. upon marriage, my grandmothers husband had to give my grandmother a dowry, no dowry no marriage, and he have to ask my great grandfather george for her hand in marriage, if he approved they could get married. My great grandfather george had a lot of customs. He would travel back and forth to england and ireland to visit his family. he like his coffee strong, the coffee was in beans and he would have to grind them up, when he babysitted me and my brothers and sisters the smell of the strong coffee would wake us up and the breakfast on the table was already prepared.
When we talk about my great grandfather today, my mother would break into a thick irish accent and mimic her greatgrandfathers speech,later on, when i was alone i would fine the limericks, they were clean limericks the family would compose with my greatgrandfather and it would take me back in time, and i could hear his voice saying to my grandmother his daughter about the beer he gave to my mother and her siblings ooh josephine its good for their brains.

Hope everybody had a happy Saint Patricks Day.

Our President barack Obama
Our President Barack Obama also has Irish roots, one of his many great grandfathers is falmouth kearney whose ancestors came from monegall a village in Ireland.


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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