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Re: origin of the Sheeler surname
Posted by: Michael Schuyler Date: October 12, 2001 at 16:37:51
In Reply to: Re: origin of the Sheeler surname by Cheryl Donnelly of 100

Uh, Cheryl? This is your first posting, VERBATIM. It is what I originally reacted to. I reacted to the fact that you were claiming Sheeler to be EXCLUSIVELY Irish. Here's what you wrote:

"The Sheeler surname is in fact Irish. This is well documented in my family history. And in truth is a fact. Sheeler is Irish not German. Most people mistake it for German because they do not really understand Gaelic and German pronunciations."

I pointed out to you that that was not true. Mow your quoting my own words back to me. I guess I can take solace in that you've obviously changed your point of view. Bravo!


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