Phil Deane [of 'scottish' list] wrote:
> There is a Bangor in Wales, but also on in N.Ireland. In County Down to be
> percise. That Bnagor is definatly near the water, I remember spending a few
> summer days on the beach there. Not sure about the welsh one, as to whether
> it is near water or not, but the Irish one definatly is.
This is embarassing ... my grandmother, bless her soul, died several
years ago. I remember telling stories of my Scottish heritage. One of
my uncles told me he visited that estate and it was in Ireland as you
said (I kept thinking of Belfast and the woes there). Somehow the
Scottish part stuck with me though, as I was often mislead here in the
States that the O'Connor name was 'a good Scotsman's name' ...
Oh, well ... I have been educated by my distant relatives (well, some of
you might be long lost cousins or friends' of those cousins ;-) that I'm
a 'lucky lepricaon'? Out of pure fun -- what is a N. Irish 'Bangorian'
considered in Scotland, UK and Ireland?
End of this quite offtopic thread!
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