Same here. Up until partition we were living in the northwestern areas of India which is now in Pakistan. Not that being 'asian' or from the subcontinet is bad but sometimes I wish my Aryan ancestors would've stayed their ass put in Europe or Russia or wherever it is being claimed they originated from these days. That said I am very proud and stuff of the Indian culture and all. it rocks.
I became operational at the H.A.L. plant in Urbana, Illinois on the 12th of January 1992. My instructor was Mr. Langley, and he taught me to sing a song. If you'd like to hear it I can sing it for you.
I claim to be Homo Sapien. But other than that, I'm mostly a mutt. Good information that my dad's side was Irish potato famine, Farrell is usually an Irish name. Not at all clear of my mother's side, she was more mixed. We can trace my and her great-great^x-grandfather back to the US Revolution, but that doesn't count all the female sides of the family.
It is extremely hard to follow Irish geneology back before 1850 or so. The British treated the Irish poorly, most were not literate, and worse, a lot of parish records were lost when the British recycled the books for paper during WW-1. So unless you can find kinfolk who were around in the 1850s to get the oral history, it gets hard to follow.
We are all brothers, even though some have different colorings. A white tiger is still a tiger.