Re: Spreading the Conlang Gospel
|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, May 24, 2006, 0:02|
--- Donald Boozer <donaldboozer@...> wrote:
> Even briefer bio: goateed, straight, married (2
> right-handed, of (distant)
> descent (My most recent immigrant ancestor came from
> Switzerland in 1806).
Mine was 1865 from England, but even *her* father was
an American from Maryland who just happend to marry in
England and have his children there for some unknown
reason. Appearantly, the wife died in England and the
husband moved the children (at least one daughter and
one son in addition to my g-g-grandmother) to Texas.
I have yet to positively identify my next most recent
immigrant, but he or she had to be before the 1830's.
The next *identified* immigrants are in the late
colonial period with my French Hugenot line coming in
the 1620's IIRC to Virginia and marrying a girl who
had been born here.
Adam who is going to Georgia on Saturday to look for
Debostu indagud ul Erodu segredimindi cuamandu uls magus pera ul tembu djil aparechuni djal steja,
8 ed remichud sis ad Betuemi, dichindu: «Cumvi avinedis iju indagadi
djudjindimindi djal credura, ed cumvi discuvredis si dadi mivi saberi pera fi
ia ju ed adori ju sivi magari.»