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Posted by: Mirna Hage-Hassan Date: March 04, 2002 at 18:54:59
In Reply to: Re: NAMES OF EL-HAGE OR EL-HAJJ SAME?? by Diego Pastore of 3600

Hello everyone, as you can see my last name is Hage-Hassan. In lebanon I used to spell it Hajj, sometimes even El-Hajj Hassan. It really doesn't matter, all my relatives spell it El Hajj-Hassan. I guess what really matters is knowing your roots........people will know who you are when you "represent":) Spelling and the right way of writing a name is significant but not the ultimate way for us all to communicate or get a hold of each other........Back home, everyone knows everyone, and if you're a Hage-Hassan and spelled your name Jacobs, you're still known as a Hage-Hassan. Peace each day to the fullest. ~Mimo

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