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St. Patrick wasn’t Irish.
St. Patrick was actually British, born to Roman parents in either present-day Scotland or Wales (no one is exactly sure which). He’s associated with Ireland because he was one of the first people to bring Christianity to the country in the fifth century, around the year 432.
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Upstate News Headlines
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- Fountain Inn Farmers Market Returns May 2nd
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