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Old 12-17-2010, 08:11 PM   #12
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Interesting.

I had never heard the term, "Black Dutch" before. I have, however, heard the term, "Black Irish".

My grandma just said her family was ndn and/or Cherokee. My grandfather was Dutch, not "Black Dutch", just Dutch, and Scots/Irish and English too. He wasn't dark at all.

My family were from Appalachia too: North Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky. My grandma's family moved from North Carolina to Virginia then Kentucky where my grandma met and married my granddaddy.

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