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Dubbed the "Rebel County", Cork is known throughout Ireland for its independent (and sometimes a bit cheeky) spirit, having produced such individuals as Michael Collins, the family of James Joyce and Henry Ford (in fact, Ford's first European plant opened in Cork in 1917). Comic Tommy Tiernan once joked that, had astronaut Neil Armstrong been from Cork, after his first steps on the moon, he might've remarked, "Well, it's not Cork," and this sums up the Corkonian attitude perfectly. Cork people are proud of their county and of their uniquely sing-songy Irish dialect, which is largely unintelligible to the rest of Ireland and, indeed, the world.

Haven Coast, Inchydoney beach, Co. Cork

The largest county in the Republic of Ireland, Co. Cork is understandably a popular holiday destination for Irish and international tourists alike. It enjoys warm weather and a huge coastline dotted with scenic villages and golden beaches.

Blarney Castle, Co. Cork

Kinsale Harbour, Co. Cork

Cork is also known for its love of food and has become a gastronomic destination in recent years. Fresh produce and artisanal Irish foods are available at places like the Cork English Market in Cork City – purportedly Queen Elizabeth's favourite stop on her 2011 tour of Ireland – while gourmet restaurants and culinary schools, including the celebrated Ballymaloe House and Cookery School are a way of life in Cork.

English Market Cork, Co. Cork

Cork has the type of rolling green hills so often associated with Ireland, as well as rivers – the Bandon, Lee and Blackwater run through the county – and mountains, such as Slieve Miskish, the Caha Mountains and, of course, the ever-so-scenic Beara Penninsula in West Cork, a popular spot for holidaymakers, thanks to its quaint villages along the rugged coastline.

Allihies and Slieve Miskish Mountains, Beara, Co. Cork

In Cork City, you can explore intriguing Irish history, from Viking invaders (9th-10th centuries) to the butter trade (17th-20th centuries), while the surrounding areas offer a wealth of activities, from the infamous Blarney Stone to the colourful shops of seaside Kinsale and some of the best whiskey in Ireland at the Midleton Distillery.

Ballymaloe House, Hotel and Restaurant, Co. Cork

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Priscilla

Hi, I'm Priscilla we came to the new world on the Oceanic and my families names were Samuel and Rebecca. 
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Collins

Thomas francis collins 2014 birth was 1/7/1950 died the 10/3/2014 and his dad before him thomas collins don't know the dates
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Collins

my great grandfather may have been a first cousin of "the big fella"
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Mary Collins

My father Donal (Daniel) Collins was born in Skibbereen, Co Cork. He served in the Irish Free State Army under the command of Michael Collins.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 1 of 3) The Collins name has a long history in British Isles, but now DNA and some recorded history says their origin is from the Emerald Island. The Collins story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Collins surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly, McDonald and Donohue in Ireland.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 2 of 3) According to research, the Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France. It is a very old name which appears in the 5th century Roman inscriptions as Dumnovellaunos in Brittany meaning “Deep Valour” equivalent to Irish Domhnaill. But how could this be? Recent discoveries from DNA testing are unlocking the migration patterns of Celtic tribes as late as 800 CE to 1200 CE. The Collins story begins in pre-history Ireland then members of his family move to Wales where the family can be traced back to their Welsh tribe Cydifor Fawr. Many of his kin will then move to Brittany, France during the Dark Ages.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 3 of 3) Discover their newly found untold story and how forgotten texts bring their story back to life. From the ebook, “The Tribe Within” learn how DNA unfolds this amazing tale and if you look in the right places, how history narrates this evidence. There is another written account of their story, but it is camouflaged in smoke and myth – it will become the tales of King Arthur. Come follow in the footsteps of Deda Mac Sin and visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/401207
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Nancy Calendine

looking for any information on father of Bridget murphy (born 1850) fathers name was Michael and mothers name was Julia i was able to find that Bridget was married to Peter Ryan in 1876 in Dublin in St Andrews roman catholic church they lived at 9 Leeson place records show that Michael and Julia were both deceased by 1876 Any information i have found was in the Dublin area I have alot of information on Bridget and Peter but nothing on her parents I would like to find Julias maiden name Bridget and Peter came to Quebec in 1883 with 3 boys Christopher Peter and James they lived in newberry middlesex canada and had 2 more boys joseph and john
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sue michele tynes

looking for information on jonathan murphy he was married to jane (waddell) murphy his son john c murphy was born in halifax co virginiain 1798 would liketo know where in ireland my family comes from
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John Murphy

My grandfather's name was Humphrey Murphy. He was married to Margaret O'Hare. My great grandfather's name was also Humphrey Murphy. He was married to Margaret Hengleton. All of the above were born in Ireland. My grandparents died in Cambridge Mass.
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KATHY Wye

I’m looking for a Mary Bridget Murphy born around 1917 her dad was Patrick Murphy
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Leah Leverett

My Grandfathers name was James Archie Murphy I know nothing about him i was never able to meet him i just really want to learn more about the Murphy's
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Shannon

I am planning a trip to Ireland with my in- laws next year and am hoping to find out a bit more about my heritage before we go! What I know is that my father's grandparents came over into Ellis Island sometime between appx 1898-1903 and settled in NY. My grandma married James Murphy, who I believe came from Ruth DeWald and Benjamin Murphy. I am also told that we have a Duke ancestor who was an infamous forger who was chased out of Ireland and into Scotland.
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Murphy

My Murphy family settled in bluefield w.v. and I'm trying to find where. My family member name thorton Murphy father was an were did he come from..most of my Murphy family lives in edgecombe county N.C.
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Anonymous

My family member is named James Murphy. He was born in County Tyrone, Dungannon, to be exact. He served in the British cavalry during World War 1. He was a dragoon, a hussar, a cavalry sniper, and a lancer. He was wounded after a German stormtrooper slashed across his face with a knife and left him with scars.
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Lorraine Brown

Daniel sullivan Co Kerry Dingle. Married Mary MC Clements of Holywood Co down Children John, Robert, Dennis and Marcus Eliza and Martha. Daniel was a boat builder by trade and was called up and fought at The Battle of Trafalgar. His famous son was Dr Robert Sullivan who was a publisher of children's dictionary and geography book. He lived in Marlborough St Dublin. Dr Robert founded Sullivan Upper School.
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Ryan

My great x 4 paternal grandmother was Honora Sullivan born in County Kerry abt 1820. She married Francis Morrissey. Their daughter, Ellen, my great x 3 grandmother was born in County Kerry in 1841, she married James Thomas Keane and they immigrated to New Zealand, settling in Temuka. I would love more information about my Sullivan ancestors and to make family connections. Please contact Debi - debij.18@gmail.com
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Sullivan

MY Great Grandfather was Daniel Sullivan. He came to Victoria Australia c1860. Records say he was born 1840 in County Cork (no details). He was RC and married a Protestant so had two weddings on the same day at Port Fairy, Victoria I believe this was fairly common to keep both families reasonably happy. . Both Certificates say his father was John Sullivan. The RC one says his mother was Mary Kennedy - the C of E one says his mother was Julia Manning. Makes it virtually impossible to find which Daniel Sullivan he was and from which part of County Cork he was from. I have a list of Daniel Sullivans born in County Cork and marriages of a John with Mary Kennedy and Julia Manning but can't pin him down. Any suggestions.
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Christine Sullivan Gallo

My great great grandfather was Roger Sullivan of County Kerry; left in May 1848 on the Swan out of Cork with wife Catherine Moynihan. Died in Warren County, NY, early 20th century. Had several (11?) children, among them John R. (my great grandfather), Patrick and Joanna (died young, buried in St Mary's Cemetery in South Glens Falls, NY, with Roger and Catherine). I have not been able to find much else. John R's wife, my great grandmother Anna Stack Sullivan, also had parents who emigrated, I presume during the Famine, but I can't find anything about her parents other than census records stating they were born in Ireland.
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Sullivan

Oldest Family member was Cornelius Sullivan born in Ireland about 1794. died in Fall River, MA. in 1856. Married a Bridget Eagan. Died in 1855.. Cornelius was Thought to have immigrated to USA betwen 1850-1855. May of had 8 children.
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ilv2so62aol.com

My name is Theresa Resino maiden name Walsh origin of my Walsh family was Mayo at the turn of the 19th Century. The only male Walsh in our famly that has taken his DNA has a haplogroup of I-P109 curious about this.
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Bern

Same first and last name of my grandfather middle name was Joseph
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Reuben Innes

So I am leaving a message to all Walsh families in Kilkenny Ire my name is Reuben Innes and I am connected to a DNA family who 400 years ago lived there that was my surname before Innes family tree has one name family Jackman my tribal markers are R1b-L513
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D W

John Walsh was my grandad, he came over from Ireland to London, where I was born. He grew up in a home and so his heritage is slightly shrouded in history, especially on his Dad's side - whoever he may have been. Some secret. He was born in Dublin, was sent to Cork, and then found himself in Galway. That's when he met my Nanny Norah and eventually came over here to London.
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Stephen Meek

I’m a great-grandson of Adam Walsh of Antrim Co. Ireland. He may have been born between1855-65. Came to Canada in near 1895. And settled in Renfrew Co., Ontario.
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Brett walsh

I’m a Walsh from New York have family in county Clare trying to connect with
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Brian Walsh

Anthony, I am a Walsh with family roots in Co. Carlow....St. Mullins / barony of Idrone area. My Y-DNA haplogroup is T-M70. Regards, Brian Walsh
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Thomas Francis Walsh

Descendant of Thomas Joseph Walsh from Brooklyn New York. US Navy veteran.
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Deb Johnson

Great-Grandfather, William H. Walsh, born 1873 in Pa., USA; father, Edward, born in Ireland.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 3 or 3) Guy’s sons will join the Welsh Adventurers and invade Ireland bringing their quest back to their native land. Discover their newly found untold story and how forgotten texts bring the story back to life. From the ebook, “The Tribe Within” learn how DNA unfolds this amazing tale and if you look in the right places, how history narrates this evidence. There is another written account of their story, but it is camouflaged in smoke and myth – it will become the tales of King Arthur. Come follow in the footsteps of Deda Mac Sin and visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/401207
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 2 of 3) According to research, the Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France. It is a very old name which appears in the 5th century Roman inscriptions as Dumnovellaunos in Brittany meaning “Deep Valour” equivalent to Irish Domhnaill. But how could this be? Recent discoveries from DNA testing are unlocking the migration patterns of Celtic tribes as late as 800 CE to 1200 CE. The Walsh story begins in pre-history Ireland then moves to Brittany, France during the Dark Ages. Guy de Sancto Wallerico’s ancestor joined the Normans and invaded England in 1066. In 1128, he is granted lands in south Wales.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 1 of 3) You may say the Walsh surname is not of Irish origin, but Welsh and Norman (from Normandy, France). But now DNA and some recorded history says otherwise. DNA tells us the origin of Walsh is as Irish as they come. The Walsh story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Walsh surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly and McDonald in Ireland.
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Anthony Barrett

You may say the Walsh surname is not of Irish origin, but Welsh and Norman (from Normandy, France). But now DNA and some recorded history says otherwise. DNA tells us the origin of Walsh is as Irish as they come. The Walsh story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Walsh surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly and McDonald in Ireland. The Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France according to research from the Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celti
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Anthony Barrett

You may say the Walsh surname is not of Irish origin, but Welsh and Norman (from Normandy, France). But now DNA and some recorded history says otherwise. DNA tells us the origin of Walsh is as Irish as they come. The Walsh story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Walsh surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly and McDonald in Ireland. The Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France according to research from the Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celti
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Dubhglas

Descendant of Michael Walsh of Ireland.
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Barrett

Dominic Barrett born 1773. Came from Cork To North Carolina in 1790 possibly with his mother.
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Barrett

Thomas Barrett of Braintree 1596-1668
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 1 of 3) The Barrett name can be found throughout British Isles, but now DNA and some recorded history says their origin is from the Emerald Island. The Barrett story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Barrett surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly, McDonald and Donohue in Ireland.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 2 of 3) The Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France according to research from the Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique. It is a very old name which appears in the 5th century Roman inscriptions as Dumnovellaunos in Brittany meaning “Deep Valour” equivalent to Irish Domhnaill. But how could this be? Recent discoveries from DNA testing are unlocking the migration patterns of Celtic tribes as late as 800 CE to 1200 CE. The Barrett story begins in pre-history Ireland then moves to Wales where the family can be traced back to their Welsh tribe Cydifor Fawr.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 3 or 3) An ancestor will then move to Brittany, France during the Dark Ages. Discover their newly found untold story and how forgotten texts bring their story back to life. From the ebook, “The Tribe Within” learn how DNA unfolds this amazing tale and if you look in the right places, how history narrates this evidence. There is another written account of their story, but it is camouflaged in smoke and myth – it will become the tales of King Arthur. Come follow in the footsteps of Deda Mac Sin and visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/401207
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Anthony Barrett

The Barrett name can be found throughout England, Wales and Ireland, but now DNA and some recorded history says their origin is from the Emerald Island. The Barrett story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Barrett surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly, McDonald and Donohue in Ireland. The Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France according to research from the Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique. It is a very old name which appears in the
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Anthony Barrett

The Barrett name can be found throughout England, Wales and Ireland, but now DNA and some recorded history says their origin is from the Emerald Island. The Barrett story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Barrett surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly, McDonald and Donohue in Ireland. The Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France according to research from the Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique. It is a very old name which appears in the
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Brilliard

My GG Grandfather was living in Lambeth London in 1861.His name was William Barrett and he was a carpenter. He married a young English girl called Emma in July 1861, he was 29 and a widower she was 21 and a spinster.I have been unable to find anything about William,he was missing from the UK census in 1861 and also earlier UK census returns.I am told Barrett is an Irish name and I think it is possible William came to London from Ireland just before he married.I have no idea if I have Irish ancestry but feel it couod well be possible.
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Angela Wyatt

I have just recently started searching for my family in Ireland. My 5th great grandparents were Owen and Hanonah Dennehy McCarthy could you be any help in where to look
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Megan McCarthy

My father, Joseph McCarthy told me that his grandfather - also Joseph McCarthy was born in Lucan County, Ontario in 1854. His father Joe came over from the potato famine/genocide, but back in Ireland the genealogy trail runs dry. The McCarthys of Ontario were involved in the famous Donnelly massacre, and moved very shortly after to Chicago, where my grandfather was born. No-one was ever accused of the crime - everybody hated the Donnellys apparently.
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Hannah

Yes sonny canavan was famous for making bodhran drums and was the best at doing so, in which people from all around the world would travel to Ireland just to get their hands on one. He was also a very very well respected man, he had one glass eye from being shot in the face and would often take it out in the pub to give the locals a fright.
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Luke

I am a Mccarthy and live in Sheffield. My family are all from Ireland and there's still lots over there I have never met. Not sure where they are all from but I think it's county kerry, listowel, and Dublin.. My great grandfather was a man called sonny canavan. He made drums.
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McCarthy

My great grandfather was Johnny the baker from Manchester conn
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Beverley Johnston

I have Mary McCarthy born c 1853 in Cork. Immigrated to Queensland, Australia in 1877 with sister, Nora. Mary's marriage certificate states that her parents were Timothy McCarthy and Kate Leary. Can anyone help with information on where they came from and if there were any more siblings.
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Joanne Heuss

My family came from Cork. My 5th GreatGrandfather was Timothy McCarthy 1801-1876. His father was Eoghan (Owen) McCarthy 1756-1847 and was married to Hanora Dennehey or Dehahy. These family members were from Claragh, Millstreet, Co. Cork. My family members have been traced to Donal Caomh Reagh MacCarthy Direct ancestor (20 generations) 1240 - 1320 and further back than that.
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McCarthy

Don’t know
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McCarthy

I’m not sure of anyone
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Tully

Hi all, Am researching my McCarthy Ancestors on my paternal Grandmothers Mothers side. Who came to India in the mid 1800’s. I do not have their birth or marriage records, still trying to find the same through the British Library which has India records and also on find my past etc. I have records of his children being born - all in India and also his death in India in 1908. He was working as a Chief Guard in the South Indian Railways. It could be him who came to India or his Father before him. The name was Thomas Dever McCarthy. Married Anne Elizabeth Patterson in India. Many many thanks. Regards. Savio Castell.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 1 of 3) The McCarthy name has a long history in Ireland, but now DNA and some recorded history says the Kerry region of McCarthy’s has a separate origin from the McCarthy’s of Cork. The Kerry McCarthy story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup O2] can trace their beginnings to what is now County Kerry from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The McCarthy surname origin is possibly a branch of what will become the Dáirine [R1b-L513] who are found in south Ireland around 300 CE.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 2 of 3) According to research, the Dáirine will join with the Dál Riata of north-east Ireland and invade Scotland around 500 CE. But how could this be? Recent discoveries from DNA testing are unlocking the migration patterns of Celtic tribes as late as 800 CE to 1200 CE. The McCarthy story begins in pre-history Ireland but many of his descendants will then move to Kintyre, Scotland where they and other R1b-L513 members will form the Dalriada. This line and many of his kin will then travel to Brittany, France during the Dark Ages.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 3 of 3) Discover their newly found untold story and how forgotten texts bring their story back to life. From the ebook, “The Tribe Within” learn how DNA unfolds this amazing tale and if you look in the right places, how history narrates this evidence. There is another written account of their story, but it is camouflaged in smoke and myth – it will become the tales of King Arthur. Come follow in the footsteps of Deda Mac Sin and visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/401207
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Fitzgerald

Hello, I am looking for information about my ancestors from Templemore, County Tipperary named Edward Fitzgerald B. 1759 D. 1841 in London Ontario who married Margaret Talbot. They were part of the Thomas Talbot expedition who organized a group to travel from Ireland to create a new colony in the London, Ontario, Canada about 1818/19. They had
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E. Fitzgerald

I'm looking to find a Geraldine Fitzgerald who was born in the early 1940's in Dublin Her Dad was James Fitzgerald and mother was JANE PENSTON , She has a brother name Gabriel
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E. Fitzgerald

Hi, I'm new here, I know most of my family lived in Dublin, There was a suggestion that we came from Knockavanna , But I have not been able to trace them there so far . I am interested to find any of my family who may have emigrated . Thank you All
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Eileen Healy

Looking for ancestors, siblings and descendants of William Fitzgerald & Mary Duggan/Small, born about 1840; married Mary Duggan (or Mary Small depending on church & civil records). Between 1865 and 1879 they have Patrick, Michael, John, Thomas, Catherine, James and twins Anne and Bridget - possibly others. I'm descended from John, and John and Catherine emigrated to New Jersey, USA in the 1890s. The twins apparently died before they were 1 year old. Most were born in Bruff, Hospital and Ballingoola.
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Fitzgerald

Garda sergeant richard Fitzgerald born @ 1895 ballincollig cork. Member of IRB, civic guard and one of the first garda schiocana . Reputably one of michael Collins close allies during the troubles and civil war .
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John Fitz-Gerald

Hi My name is John Fitz-Gerald, I am looking for info on my G.G.G-father Robert who I believe lived in Rathdowney Laois and was related to the Earle's of Kildare. He married Mary Connor and had 4 sons and 5 daughters, 1) Edward was killed when he fell from his horse 2) John who was a major in the Scot's Grey's 3)Robert who was a major in the Black Watch 4) Hans who was a captain in the Irish Guards He Married Anne St. Clare about 1866 and emigrated to Durban South Africa1867. The daughters were 1) Nan 2) Jessie 3) Theodora 4) Eleanor And 5) Geraldine. Anyone with any info can e-mail me on johnfg1949@gmail.com
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Pamela Ann Lawson (Fitzge

Hello My name is Pamela Lawson (Fitzgerald) I have been searching for my ancestery My grandfather Edward Charles claimed to be born in Melbourne Australia 1858, on his marriage certificate Father Martin married to Mary Ann /Jane Murphy I don't know where in Ireland he could have come from. To the best of my knowledge we don't know of any relatives in Australia If some light could be shed on this I would be extremely grateful .
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Susan

Looking for info. on my Great, Great, Great grandparents. John and Martha Fitzgerald of Tipperary. A daughter, Agnes came to Canada aprox. 1847 and married Arthur Churchill in 1848, settling in Ontario. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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Lieby Geri

Looking for information on John Fitzgerald born about 1834. Might have been buried at St. Mary's Church, Dungarvan, Kilkenny. I have a letter he wrote from Dungarvan Union in 1880. Also looking for info on his son Edward B born in 1852. Mother was Bridget. He emigrated maybe in 1863.
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Michael Aislabie

Looking for information on my Fitzgerald family: Maurice b: 06 October 1856 Rathmore County Kerry d:29 January 1941 Mangaiti Te Aroha New Zealand. Son of William and Mary Fitzgerald. M:Julia Patrica Whyte b:Kyle Cloughjordan,County Tipperary.
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Fitzgerald

Maurice b: 06 October 1856 Rathmore County Kerry d:29 January 1941 Mangaiti Te Aroha New Zealand. Son of William and Mary Fitzgerald. M:Julia Patrica Whyte b:Kyle Cloughjordan,County Tipperary.
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Cheryl Christie

Hello. My name is Cheryl Christie. I am looking for information about my great grandmother, Mary Fitzgerald. She married John O'Dwyer. They had three children, Kathleen, James and John between 1870 and 1880 in Tipperary or Limerick. I am trying to determine Mary's birthdate, date of marriage and date of death. Any information would be welcome.
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Geraldine

SI'm looking for information on my granda john fitzgerald he was born in Dublin his mother was Agnes Reiley to her own the moved to scotland early last century his brother was killed in the second war and his name is on the war mammorial at Coatbridge Scotland any help appreciated
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Alan Scales

My grandad was lance sergeant Harry Fitzgerald who died in Burma in WW2
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Teresa Fitzgerald

My Dad, John Fitzgerald was born in Tramore Co. Waterford. He had four siblings, Frank Freddie, Mamie and Kathleen. His father, John Joe was born into a very big family in Tramore in the gatehouse of what may have been a convent or priory. My grandmother was Eileen Dunne. I think my great grandfather may have come from either Waterford or Wexford.
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Fitzgerald

In 1850, John (b: 4, Mar 1826), Richard (10 Apr 1827), James (b: 4 May 1828), Catherine (5 Dec 1829), John (20 Sept 1831) traveled to the US through New York, Settling in Buffalo County, WI. They were baptized in Dromin-Athlaca, Limerick county. Parents were William Fitzgerald and Johanna Brown. Richard is my Great Grandfather. It would be great to make any connections,info on how to identify William and Johanna. I don't imagine there would be family left since all the siblings left together.
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mattskarate

Hi my name is matt1965- my dad johnSean 1929-my grandad john 1898 my great grandad William187 7 my great great grandad john1847 he was from ballingarry Tipperary i am look for info on his sonsRichard 1872 and john1887 and their sisters Ellen, Johanna, Mary, Margaret anyone with any info can e-mail me mattskarategmail.com
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Michael Sean Harrington

My great-great grandfather, Michael Daniel Harrington, was born in Ballaghaderreen, County Mayo, Ireland in 1863. He moved to Brooklyn, Connecticut, USA in the late 1800s. His son, Thomas Francis Harrington is my great grandfather. My grandfather is Francis Joseph Harrington and my father, born in 1946 in Norwich, Connecticut is Patrick Michael Harrington.
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Harrington

Pat Harrington born 1930 in New york New York, opened first nursing home in Ct. Irish Catholic Assembly
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Harrington

Pat Harrington was my grandfather born in New York, 1930s Irish Catholic parishioners.
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Eleanor

G’g ‘grandfather Henry Harrington. Born around 1810. Cardwiner(made shoes) immigrated to eastern Canada before 1838.
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Harrington

Have spent decades looking for roots as dad was adopted by Beard family. My great grandmother was Mary Ann Harrington who married Walter Head from Ludlow UK. Her parents were Patrick and Catharine Lyons (St Finbarrs Cork) who met and married in Stepney London circ 1848.Patrick was from Coolcoulaghta Muinterverra and son of John Harrington and Catherine Hurly born 1825 baptised Durrus ..............I don`t get any Harrington response from the Sheeps Head Peninsular so maybe all emigrated? Any other descendants?
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Vincent L. Golia

I have 22,000 members on my Ancestry tree. However, I am only able to go back to my second great grandfather Patrick Carey 1820-11/15/1883 Co. Mayo, Ireland. I believe he married Catherine Gaughan Abt.1816 Co. Mayo, Ireland. If anyone can assist me in expanding my ancestral tree I would be very grateful. Thank you, Vince Golia
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Margaret Franklin

Hi I'm looking for any information on Careys of Knockanavar Cappawhite Co Tipperary
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Barbara Duncan

My Great grandfather was John Carey married to Elizabeth. They had four children my Grandfather being the eldest. He was born approx 1882 died prematurely 1923. His Father was a Grocer in Cork and the family Church of Ireland - Protestant. My Grandfather was married to May and they had two children one of whom was my Mother Esme Elizabeth. Between 1901 and his death in 1923 he went into the Church and moved to Northern Ireland and was Canon at Belfast Cathedral and Rector at Bangor Abbey and St Comgalls in Bangor Co Down - anyone with any connections to this section of the family please contact me.
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Vicky DePinto

My GGGgrandfather was Edward P. Carey (1834-1900), who came to NY before 1880. He married Mary Olive (1843-1897) in NY. Their children were Walter (1880-1881), Joseph (1882-1964), and Edward F. (1880-1923). I can't find what part of Ireland they are from.
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Irene Spawton

My husband's family - Spawton have connections to Carey. His great grandfather Reuben Terrawest Spawton (1829-1902) married Maria Carey(1835-1887). Her father was Robert Carey married to Maria McLaine and Robert's father was John Carey (1754-1826). He was married to Elizabeth Smyth. I'd love to know more about their connections in Dublin. It is difficult as there are few relevant Irish Census documents available.
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Carey

William Paulet Carey (1759 – 21 May 1839), my 4x great grandfather and his two other famous brothers, Mathew Carey and John Carey. They have linked Wikipeadia entries here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Paulet_Carey Their mother is mentioned by some sources to be the daughter of Dean Thomas Sheridan DD, compatriot of Jonathan Swift.
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Carey

We have my Father's Grandfather from Ireland but we don't know where he left from They lived in NYC, NY and Middletown, NY Matthias Carey
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Chelle

Hello everyone This is my connection : Richard Carey 1796 m Elizabeth La Barte 3rd Grt Grandparents Richard Carey 1837 m Kathleen Hill 2nd Grt Grandparents Sydney Langer Carey 1878 m Beatrice Gardner Grt Grandparents Sydney Arthur Carey 1907 m Alice Bradshaw Grandparents All other than the last names are from Fermoy / Cork Please do get in touch chelleneeds@hotmail.com
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Shirley Ballinger

My husband's great-grandfather, Nicholas Carey, was born in Greece but emigrated to New Zealand as an adult. He was a master mariner and sadly drowned in 1859 when his own boat, The Young Greek, went down off the coast of NZ killing all onboard We have no idea if he anglicized his Greek name to Carey or if his father was part of the British contingent stationed in Greece. I'm stumped at where to look for any information on his birthplace. No hints on ancestry. Just nothing. One day we'll find him. He can run but he can't hide lol
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Malcolm Harris

My grandmother was Charlotte Carey (1881 - 1947) the daughter of Edward Carey ( 1821 - 1893), son of Langer Carey Rev. (1788-1830) who emigrated from Ireland to Australia. I am trying to establish the parentage of Peter Carey (1625– 1670 ?)who is said to be from Devon and crossed to Ireland in 1666 and married Sarah Graham, bearing a son Peter (1638-1714 ?). Can you help?
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Carey

Trying to find CAREY family relatives, supposedly located in County Meath, ancestral home in Upper Navan (Ireland). Great Grandfather's name was Christopher Carey; he emigrated to the USA in 1840s/50s and settled in Trenton, New Jersey. A good Roman Catholic, to be sure. Married Annie (or Anna) Flannagan and they had 9 children (8 brothers & a sister, Agnes). My father, Peter Thaddeus Carey, was the youngest. Go raibh maith agat agus beannachtaí a bheith ar do shon!
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carey

Are the Carey family related to the Smyth family
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Carey

My direct Carey ancestors, Thomas Carey and his son George Montgomery West Carey, came from Ireland (via Belfast and Gracehill) in 1842 to Canada.
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Carey

My direct Carey ancestors, Thomas Carey and his son George Montgomery West Carey, came from Ireland (via Belfast and Gracehill) in 1842 to Canada.
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editor101

There are 48 Carey households recorded in Griffith, Primary Valuation, 1850s, in West Clare, mostly in the south-west in the Kilrush area, with a few in Ennistimon, There are also around 70 Kerin households , mostly in Ballyvaghan in North Clare, but a few in Ennistimon. Is there a connection? Kerin is O Ceirin. There are also 6 Keary, mostly Kilrush area.
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Johnny

My father Johhny Carey was in the Sarsfield Band, Limerick in the 20s and 30s, also in St. Johns band. He was a drummer and also a piper. The family lived in Watergate, Limerick city. These Careys were originally from Powerstown Park, Clonmel, Tipperary.
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editor101

Refuse the anglo settlers Devon Cary arms of three roses on a bend, now widely available with Gaelic derivations of Ciardha etc appended!
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editor101

Greetings to all Careys worldwide! Further research on this complex, but fascinating subject may be foud on www.careyirish.com Sln
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Beth Payne

My ancestor’s name was John Callahan born 1800. Came to Mobile, Alabama also others are Charles Carlisle born 1765. Silas Bullock born 1790. I do not have any more information on these relatives. I just found a family tree among my grandmothers belongings.
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Judith O'Callaghan-Fregia

Tracing my family heritage and looking for family members.
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Barry

James Barry, born 1831, Cork Ireland
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John Barry

If you want the Barry family tree then you should speak to my Aunt Ann Fleming, she has done the family tree. At least for our branch, back though Scotland to County Cork.
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Patricia Owen

My grandmother was Margaret Marie Barry and she had a sister Agnes. They both were born in Illinois in the Us but their father was born in Ireland. I am trying to find information about their parents.
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Jane Eblen

My name is Jane Eblen and I live in Australia. Trying to find out information regarding Stephen Barry b. 1825 Kilnamona, Co. Clare. He married Mary McGuane b. 1831 Kilmaley. Co. Clare. I believe I am also related to a Nora Barry and Ellen Barry who is attached to John Mayer family.
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Marie

My name is maire Barry my farther who's name was William Barry from tipperary in island. He moved to England Manchester were he met my mother. I would love to find more relatives. I know he had 13 brothers and sisters some of I know was called Phillip Barry who was my dad's twin also paddy Barry, Jim Barry, Michael Barry, Tom Barry, joesy Barry, winnie Barry, Nora Barry Marie Ann Barry and they are the only ones I can think of I know they all grew up I think in Glen breader on a farm tipperary. I know of some relatives in island one being Margaret Kennedy.
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Barry

Grandfathers name Charles Ion Barry. From Egmont House older family used Heart Barry
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Frank Asencio

Hello, My name is Frank Asencio. I am from Chicago, in the states. My mothers name is Rita Barry. Her father was James Barry. He and his brother I am told moved to the states in 1926 because of crimes against the Crown. I have been told my family is from the Cork area and also from Horse Island off Cork I believe. A couple of years ago I was in Cork and was told some relatives own a pharmacy there. Can you help me with any information please.
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timetraveler

john barry from dunmanway west cork moved to dublin, john barrys family are still liveing in the dublin 12 area ,some other members of his family are still liveing in west cork ,clonakilty and dunmanway john barry served in the irish defence forces, cork and dublin.
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Louisa Donovan

Angie Purkiss. I have Donovans who came from Rosscarbery, Cork in the 1820’s. One of them went to Garryowen around 1838, then moved to St. Louis, MO. He was visited by Dennis Mahony (also from Rosscarbery), Bishop Loras, and the BVM sisters when they moved from Philadelphia to start a parish in Garryowen. Dennis Mahony stayed in Garryowen and ran a newspaper. HIs daughter, Mary Lucy Mahony married a Donovan son from St. Louis.
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Randa Phillips

Angie Purkiss, I think I remember you from a MyHeritage conversation. Your description is similar to ours except that I can't quite fit our ancestor (Ira Dail Donovan) with it. 1840's, immigrated with at least 2 brothers--but I can accept more siblings. Ira's son James who was born in New York married in 1861 near Dubuque, Iowa. (Butler County) Do you know anything about Jeremiah?
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Angie Purkiss

I am looking for Donovan cousins. The earliest information I have is: Four brothers and two sisters came from County Cork to the United States in the early 1840's. They were Cornelius, Jeremiah, Richard, Dennis, Mrs. Henry Mahoney, and Mrs. Jack Culligan. Richard was my 3rd great grandfather. He settled in Garryowen, Dubuque, Iowa. I am searching for the relatives of the other five brothers and sisters. I believe they arrived in the U.S. via New York but have no clue where any of them settled.
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Greg

The name OMahony is a name maily in southern Ireland with Counties Cork and Kerry most prominent. The (e) in the name has been introduced through lack of detail, ignorance and those who do not check paper entries by others . The USA has allowed the name to be pronanced like it has an e Mahooney 

The OMahony Clan ?have gathered in Ireland since 1955 after Eoin OMahony revieved clan history. The OMahony Society www.omahonysociety.com has clan information 
DunLocha an OMahony 15th C castle?

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Tess

Hey peeps. How do you guys pronounce mahoney? I pronounce it mah-nee. Thanks!
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margaret12041956

i am an orphan. do not know family history
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colin o'buckley

the buckleys from ireland?
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Buckley

I’m wondering where the Welsh town of Buckley, Flintshire, got it’s name.
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colin o'buckley

hi all buckley clan i have just created the buckley o'buckley tartan it can be purchased through scotsweb or d c delgleish
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Bernard St. Clare Butler,

My GG grandmother Margaret Elizabeth Buckley married my gg grandfather John W. Butler in the town of Bansha, South Tipperary. They had five daughters born in the Bansha area and baptized in the church in Bansha. The family left Ireland for the USA in 1853-54 and settled in New York. The youngest child Bridget apparently died before they entered the states. They moved to Ohio in 1860 and on to Iowa when John W. Butler retired from the railroad. Margaret Buckley died in Union Prairie, Allamakee County, Iowa on March 8, 1883 and is buried near their farm across from the Irish Catholic Church in Union Prairie Township. They had eight children, the last three born in the USA. Very interested in Buckley connections around and near Bansha, Tipperary.
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Frank Kelley

My Grandfather was born in Colebrook Connecticut
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colin o'buckley

when the great famine hit Ireland alot of irish emigrated all over some coming to england via wales they worked in the mines ect then spread across the country flintshire cheshire crewe lancashire?
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colin o'buckley

hi my surname is buckley i have just put the o back on by deed poll ?
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Buckley

My Buckley family come from Cheshire England. I'd like to know when Buckley moved over to Cheshire
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Buckley

I've discovered that my ancestor William Buckley was descended from the black Irish in Cork Ireland, so called from the spaniards who traded with Ireland and mated with local women. The original spelling of the name was O'Bucchala If there are any Buckley in Ireland who've done family tree research I'd love to hear from them
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 1 of 3) The Buckley name has a long history in British Isles, but now DNA and some recorded history says their origin is from the Emerald Island. The Buckley story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup B2] can trace their origins to the Finn Valley in Donegal, Ireland from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Buckley surname origin is from Clan Domnaill [DNA Tribe R1b-L513, Subgroup B1] and relations who remain in Ireland take the modern surname (O’)Donnelly, McDonald and Donohue in Ireland.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 2 of 3) According to research, the Domnaill name is also found in Brittany, France. It is a very old name which appears in the 5th century Roman inscriptions as Dumnovellaunos in Brittany meaning “Deep Valour” equivalent to Irish Domhnaill. But how could this be? Recent discoveries from DNA testing are unlocking the migration patterns of Celtic tribes as late as 800 CE to 1200 CE. The Buckley story begins in pre-history Ireland then members of his family move to Wales where the family can be traced back to their Welsh tribe Cydifor Fawr. Many of his kin will then move to Brittany, France during the Dark Ages.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 3 of 3) Discover their newly found untold story and how forgotten texts bring their story back to life. From the ebook, “The Tribe Within” learn how DNA unfolds this amazing tale and if you look in the right places, how history narrates this evidence. There is another written account of their story, but it is camouflaged in smoke and myth – it will become the tales of King Arthur. Come follow in the footsteps of Deda Mac Sin and visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/401207
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Hurley

Hello Cherisse. It seems we come from the same lineage. I have also traced back to Patrick Hurley, 1620-1699. His father may have been another Daniel Hurley, but it seems that Daniel was an extremely common Hurley name in the 1600s, so I have no idea how to discern which one might be the father of Patrick. Please keep me posted if you find out anything more and I will do the same.
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John Hurley

Good Morning, my name is John Hurley and I am interested in learning any information on relatives of James Hurley born Mallow Cork Ireland October 18, 1874. US Census data suggests he immigrated to New York in 1890 with his father Daniel who was originally from Milltown Malbay Clare
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Karrie hurley

Hello my name is karrie hurley I was trying to find out my origins from my last name .
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Cherisse Hurley Catlin

Hello, I'm trying to research my ancestors and I've gotten as far as Patrick Hurley - 1620-1699 and his wife Margaret Dinnen - 1620?. I'm trying to research to and go farther to see who Patricks parents and ancestors were. Patrick's son Daniel migrated to the United States and is where my lineage comes from. I would really love any information anyone has to aid me in my research. Thank you,
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McCarty

My ggg Jacob McCarty was born 1825 and died 1875. Lived in Bloomington, Indiana Monroe co. He was married to Nancy Wilson and both are buried in Princeton, Indiana. He is my brick wall. I cannot get beyond him. Then, on my mothers side I have traced back 30 great grandparents through Dennis McCarty and the McCarty-Masters connection but cannot figure out were or how these two sides may have been one family.
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McCarty

Stephen B. McCarty 04/28/1993 to currently
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McCarty

Dennis McCarthy 1810 - 1892 Cork Ireland
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Tammie

My great grandmother, was Mary Grace McCarty. Her father was Overton Gallant McCarty. His father was John McCarty who was married to Burchet Cook. I’m not sure what part of Ireland my family originates from but I would like to hear from any McCarty people.
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Patricia McCarty

My grandfather was Thomas Jerome McCarty born in Chicago, Illinois June 7,1921. His father was Richard Edward (?) McCarty (he traded commodities in Chicago) and my great great grandfather came to America through Ellis Island and his name was Timothy Francis McCarty. My mom Mary Ellen McCarty told me that our family comes from Clare and Cork counties. I would love to learn more.
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Rachel Logsdon

I am researching my grandfather's family history and hoping someone can help. What I have found out so far is that my Grandfather's grandfather was born in Kilsacron around 1859. His name is Jerimiah (Jerry) Daly. His wife was Margaret O'Connor in Kerry around 1850. I have Jerimiah's parents as Daniel Daly and Honora Prendiville. Margaret's parents as Hugh O'Connor and Mary O'Connor. I've been doing this research for a few months and keep hitting a wall to go back any further. My mother believed her father's ancestors were German, so I am excited to show her what I have so far. Really hoping someone out there has more information. Would love to have it! Thanks so much!
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Daly

Patrick Daly Born approximately 1857 - 1859 in Oola, County Limerick. Trying to find where and when he died. Possibly went to America.
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Colleen A Daley

Hello I am looking for a Honorah Daly. Mother of Lawrence Daly came to America 1860. No father was listed for Lawrence Daly.
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Shirl O'Connor

Hello, My name is Shirl O'Connor. My Mothers was Kathleen Kelly, Her mother was Margaret Daly her Father was Michael Kelly. Margaret's Father was Daniel Daly and her Mother was Catherine Conlon. By my Grandmothers birth Certificate she was born in Clare Kings. I know she moved to Dublin, I also believe she died in Dublin in 1938. Regards
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DALY

Hi Dalys Im looking for any information on family hailing from mainly North Wall area of Dublin inc Denmark Place, Coles Lane, St Brigits Gardens. My grandfather John Joseph? Daly b. 1892 d.1963 married (25th Feb 1926) Margaret Darcy b.1902 d.1970? They had children - Peter, Mary, Christine (Chrissy), Evelyn, Patricia (Patsy) and my father George Joseph (Joe) I know family still live in the area so any info most appreciated thank you.
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Allen / Daly

i am looking for Ellen Daly who married James Allen in Feb 1835 in Balyna Kildare and then moved to Birmingham England
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DENNIS DALY

I am looking for the Daly family who moved from West Limerick to Ballytigue Bruree Limerick in the Early 1800s fathers name Daniel sons name Charles Dennis Daly
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Kate Woodward

I descend from Joseph Daly, son of Patrick and Mary Daly (her maiden name was also Daly). Joseph and his brother James came to the Queensland gold fields in the late 1870's. As there is a double Daly connection I would love to find out more. Both Joseph and James were born in Tyrrellspass Westmeath.
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Sean1949

My ancestors are from county Rosscommon and my grandfather lived in the town of Knockcrogery. His mothers maiden name was English and he was one of then brothers and sisters.
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daly

Hi im jacqueline daly from limerick ireland,just joined this today,and will wait to see how it goes,,so hello to all my fellow irishmen amd women out there around the world,my name daly comes from the 4th century,and is also wher the name dail Eireenn,which is our parliament,translated it means meeting place,hence where our goverment meets!! also they say without a doubt related to the Daley mayors from Chicago,,its truly avery old name,so hope maybe to meet some more family out there!! so for now slan leat,, cheers jacqueline daly,,,,,
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Peter

Hello! Great Grand Father left Ireland and arrived New Zealand in later 1800s. I was wondering if he had siblings and what happened to them. His name was Bartley and came from Galway, the Burren.
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Laura Day

@DerekO’Regan My 8th great-grandmother is Agnes Crowley. Catherine’s sister. I am just starting my search in the Crowley family. Crowleyclan.com has been rather helpful for some information.
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carol crowley

My name is Carol Crowley - looking for my grand parents geneology - Thank you! James (Patrick or initial C.) Crowley)- husband B:Dec 1820 Westmeath County Ireland D:15 May 1910 Monroe County New York Ellen Crowley -wife B:abt 1838 Ireland D:14 November 1909 New York
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James Anthony Crowley 111

My 5th great grandfather Thomas Crowley and his younger brother Michel Crowley both moved from county CORK to the U.S.A in the early 1820s . They were wealthy , and lived in Pennsylvania . I could not trace who their father was.
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Crowley

Thomas Crowley and younger brother Michel Crowley moved to the U.S.A in the 1820s . They were wealthy.
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James Patrick Crowley

My father Francis was born in Roscommon. I was taken there after being born in Birmingham, England during War II. I emigrated to the States a few years after WW II ended.
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Amy

Looking for parental information on My 3rd great grandfather JAMES CROWLEY born 1826 in Tipperary Ireland. He traveled to Ontario, Canada where he married Ellen Milligan in 1858. They had one daughter Elizabeth O‘brecht
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Derek O'Regan

My great great grandparents were James Crowley Born 1820, he married Ann Bradfield she was born in 1823. They came from Dunmanway Cork. They had a daughter Catherine, my great grandmother was born 1848. James was a police officer, the family moved to England shortly after Catherine was born. Catherine had three sisters and two brothers.
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Nancy Mortland

I’m looking for a Daniel Crowley b1836 who married Ann Coakley b 1840 who had at least 2 children. Cathrine Crowley 1868-1903 born in Ireland died in Massachusetts and my great grandmother Ann M Crowley b 1862-1944 who emigrated to Massachusetts and married Stephen Wigmore 1862-1936 Fathers name Michael Wigmore and mother Jane Ellot?
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Sue Riddle

i came across a record - Johanna Crowley (born Mehegan) with a sibling James David Crowley Mehegan (born Crowley), I don't quite understand what this means.....thanking you
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crowley

Hi, my name is Sue...my ancestors are David Crowley and Catherine Mehegan (Kilbrittain) Ireland. Their son James David Crowley was my great grandfather who was born 1843 Kilbrittain Ireland and emigrated to Victoria Australia in 1868 aboard "southern cross" and died in Corowa NSW 1900. Married to Catherine Cameron in 1874 in Wallan Wallan, Victoria Australia, They had 7 children.
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jcrowley25

i traced my family history back to michael crowley born 1836 cork co cork, ireleand. died 1918 curwensville, clearfiled pa. His wife possible was Johanna crowley dont have a maiden name for her She may not have been his wife. If anyone could help that would be greatley appreciated. thank you jenn
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Susan Sheehan-Watson

My Great Grandfather was Heleness John Sheehan born in 1890 Banff he married Ellen Minnie Sharp. He had a three children my grandfatger Stanley Victor Sheehan another son and Kathleen. My Great Great Grandfather was Patrick Sheehan born in 1858 (on one census it is 1862) in Limerick Ireland abd he was married in 1885 in Larne to Isabella Read born 1867 in Larne County Antrim. They had five Children including Heleness. William (born Larne Ireland) Robert (born in England) Bridget Grace Ann (born in Wales)and Patrick (born in England). My Great Grandfather his brother and my Great Great Grandfather were customs officers. Trying to find further information about the family ancestry and any descendants
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Sheehan

I live in New Hampshire and my father is Francis Robert Sheehan his father was Francis Kenneth Sheehan. We are related to Peter and Dennis Sheehan from County Cork.
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Sheehan

I’m Michael Sheehan Jr in Corpus Christi Texas My grandfather is Jeremiah Sheehan my father Michael came to America in 1956 on a boat I think called the Queen Elizabeth. I’d love to meet some family my dad had 3 brothers Daniel Jeremiaha and Kevin. Kevin and Michael the only two left alive.
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Timothy sheehan

I’m interested in getting to possibly reunite with my Sheehan family members whom have lost touch through the years my father originally is from New York (upstate)born February 17 1946 his name is Patrick older brother Daniel and sister Colleen their father was Peter sheehan wife marge he worked in a prison there in Newyork my father moved with mother and sister to San Diego(national city)and I have 2 kids Brandon Sheehan and Tristan Sheehan
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Sheehan

John Sheehan of Dubliners fame. Alive 2020
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Sheehan

Daniel Sheehan 1881 - 1934
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Sheehan

I am researching my family and found that my grandfather was previously married to an Ann Sheehan. Ann's parents I believe were Peter Sheehan and Elizabeth Daly from Mullingar. I believe Ann was born 8/20/1872 in Mullingar. My grandfather Patrick married Ann in NYCon 2/2/1896. I can't find any info about Ann's death. Any help would be appreciated.
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mike

Grandfather Michael Sheehan from Midleton Ireland died 1960's. His son John Francis Sheehan moved to United States late 1940's New York.
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Craig sheehan

Im a sheehan in north wales woth links to ireland. Tiparary
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Sheehan

Samantha: I don’t know much anything about the Sheehans in Ireland. I know some about the US family of James Sheehan. Where do you live? I am in the Chicago area as are any of my relatives.
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Samantha Sheehan

Would like to know more about my Sheehan family history and find some of my ancestors.... Please at your convenience contact me back.
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Sheehan

My great great grandfather, James Sheehan, was born in 1835 in the Carey/Limerick area. He married Margaret Sullivan in Illinois (US) in 1863. Any info would be appreciated. Peggy McDonald Nielsen
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Daley

George William Daley (September 14, 1875 - August 12, 1952) was an American newspaper editor, sports writer, and syndicated author of fictional baseball stories and poetry The Stolen Base. He often used the pseudonym Monitor. Daley was born in Clinton Heights, Rensselaer County, New York and married Marion Rhines while a student at Union College in Schenectady, New York.
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Robert Van Daley

Does anyone know anything about John W. Van Dailey, he was born in the 1800s in Pennsylvania. Can't find trace anything past him.
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Daley

My 3x Gt Grandparents were Michael and Margaret (Brown) Daley from Tralee, County Kerry. They had 3 children Johanna born Rockfield 12 May 1844. My 2xGt Grandfather John born Faha 28 May 1848. Elizabeth born Boulicullane 27 August 1854. The above information was on irishgenealogy.ie I have no idea of what Marriage year or place for Michael and Margaret. John immigrated to New Zealand approx 1878 married Catherine Doyle in Wellington , N.Z. Would appreciate any suggestions on how I can enhance my research of this family. Thank-you
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Domnahl

the only information I have is that my Irish g.g.grandfather was William Mills Daley, he was on a schooner out of New York USA, in the year 1835, thus family were there prior to the potato famine. I understand that family were originally from Larne in Cork, ???? I hope that someone will be able to expand on this information and come back to me as soon as they have time. Thank you for your help.
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SharonDAILEYSmith

ONE OF MY ANCESTORS WAS ,, HUGH DAILEY born in belfast, ireland ... he married ELEANOR OBRION-they had sons , JESSE DAILEY,JOHN DAILEY- I DONT KNOW THE OTHER NAMES .... IF YOU KNOW THESE NAMES WE ARE FAMILY PLEASE WRITE BACK SOON - THANK YOU
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Regan

Timothy Regan born 1862, county Cork, Ireland , died 1930 Portland, Maine, USA
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Regan

John James Regan supposedly born around 1898 in Ireland
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Serena kirkham

my regans are joseph regan 1823-1883 and sarah ann page 1829-1865 from cork they had son william joseph regan in 1853 they came to england many thanks
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Regan

Francis E. Regan 1899-1990
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Regan

Hi Cheryl its me chrissy how are you?
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Regan

Cheryl Ann I do Belive we are related
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cannregan

My name is Cheryl Ann Regan. I am attempting to trace my roots. My father was Cecil E. Regan from Dinuba CA. My grandparents came to CA from Louisiana in the 40s my grandfathers mother was from MississippiLouisiana area, never knewheard talk of his name. My grandfathers name was Cecil E. Regan he had a brother B.F. Regan who lived in Maryland, a brother Junior I dont know his birth name Tynner, sister Rita not sure what her birth last name was.
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Shannon Caruso

My husband's ancestor was Maurice Connell. We don't know where he was born, but he ended up in Doneraile, Cork. He married Juliana Leahy. His children were Maurice (b. 1831), James (b.18836, John J., (b. 1835), Cathy (b. 1828, Mary (b. 1839), Timothy (b. 1842). These are the only ones we can find baptismal records of. Anyone know this family? I would love to learn more!!
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Healy

South wales. 19th century
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Garry Healey

My family came from Kilmacow in Kilkenny. I have managed to find an Edmund Hely in 1793 in Newfoundland Canada, from Kilmacow. Also I believe Andrew Thomas Healy born circa 1780 in Kilmacow to be a direct descendant. I don't believe he left Ireland. Any information is appreciated.
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Healy

Patrick "Pa" Healy, Parkbridge House, Corbally, Limerick. Rowed for Shannon Rowing Club, represented Ireland for Rugby, died 1948.
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Healy

James Madison Haley Born November 15, 1840. Lived in Kent’s Store , Fluvanna County, Virginia was a descendent of two Haley brothers that migrated to the United States during the potato famine. I’m not sure how to find out where in Ireland they came from. James Madison Haleys father I think was William Haley married to Elizabeth Moss.
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Liz Bowie

Trying to get some info on my great great great grandfather Hugh O'Healy born Cork 1853 to John O Healy and Mary Martin. I don't know where in Cork he was born but I know he and his brother Patrick emigrated in 1871/2. They were settled on a small farm in Big Stone County Graceville Minnisota under the catholic colinisation scheme of Bishop John Ireland of the twin cities Minnisota. I have been searching for some trace of John and Mary but can't find anything on them at all. I would really appreciate any pointers to finding out where in the county they lived. Thank you for your help Liz
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 1 of 3) The Healy name has a long history in Ireland, but now DNA and some recorded history says its origin is from the south-west region of the Emerald Island. The Healy story [dominated by DNA tribal marker R1b-L513, Subgroup O2] can trace their beginnings to what is now County Kerry from 50 BCE. Perhaps the journey begins with the Clanna Dedad; Deda, son of Sen or Deda Mac Sin. The Healy surname origin is possibly a branch of what will become the Dáirine [R1b-L513] who are found in south Ireland around 300 CE.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 2 of 3) According to research, the Dáirine will join with the Dál Riata of north-east Ireland and invade Scotland around 500 CE. But how could this be? Recent discoveries from DNA testing are unlocking the migration patterns of Celtic tribes as late as 800 CE to 1200 CE. The Healy story begins in pre-history Ireland but many of his descendants will then move to Kintyre, Scotland where they and other R1b-L513 members will form the Dalriada. This line and many of his kin will then travel to Brittany, France during the Dark Ages.
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Anthony Barrett

(Part 3 of 3) Discover their newly found untold story and how forgotten texts bring their story back to life. From the ebook, “The Tribe Within” learn how DNA unfolds this amazing tale and if you look in the right places, how history narrates this evidence. There is another written account of their story, but it is camouflaged in smoke and myth – it will become the tales of King Arthur. Come follow in the footsteps of Deda Mac Sin and visit https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/401207
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patrick cronin

hello i am reaching pout trying to find out more about our lineage my father is James Joseph Cronin and his mother was Helen Cronin i would like to know more about our family tree after all we are family!
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elspeth

Hi I am looking for the Cronin line, I am in the buffalo New York area.I have a Jeremiah Cronin 1842 Meenskehy Cork Ireland. His Son Jeremiah was born in 1873 Aghada Cork Ireland married to Mary Cosgrove born 1840 Barnacurra Clonfert Dunhallow Cork. They settled in Buffalo New York. his son Jeremiah was commissioner of police for the city of buffalo.
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Roche

Ambrose Roche -born 1913
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Michael Roy Moran

I would like to know if my Grandfather Patrick John Roche who was born in Fermoy County Cork in 1890 was married in Ireland before he settled in Southern Rhodesia from 1922.
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Reagan

Martin Howard Reagan 11/25/23 to 1/23/08
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Leary

I've recently discovered through DNA testing that I'm related to the Leary's in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland. My great, great grandad was John Leary b.1845 married to Mary Purcell. So far I've found baptism and birth records for 10 of their children. I'm interested in any information on the Leary descendants.
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SonOfNiall

I havent much information on the ONeill side of my family but my mothers family Owens is from Brackloon, County Mayo.
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Gail Wade

I am descended from John Patrick Condon (f. Patrick & m. Margaret Condon who was born in 1814 in Mitchellstown, Co. Cork. John & his wife Catherine Morrissey emigrated to Australia on the Ship, China in 1839.  They came to Australia as Assisted Immigrants. Their first child, Patrick Condon (1839-1910) was born on the ship on their way to Australia. They settled in Tamworth, NSW & raised their family of 11 children.
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Condon

looking for info on james condon he is on 1810 us cecsus in plattsburgh clinton county new york usa i belives died about 1840 in jefferson county new york usa wife mary from canada she is on 1850 us census from genesse county michigan gaines station
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Condon

looking for info on james condon he is on 1810 us cecsus in plattsburgh clinton county new york usa i belives died about 1840 in jefferson county new york usa wife mary from canada she is on 1850 us census from genesse county michigan gaines station
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Condon

I was on 'That's Life!' once. But I never met Esther Ransome.
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Laura-Marie (Condon) Alle

Laura Marie Condon, My Great, great grandfather came to the United States via ship to New York, his name was James O Condon. It appears the family moved to Wilbarger Texas whereas my grandfather and many where born in Vernon, Texas. I would be extra interested if anyone had information or photos.
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Thomas Condon

I am the great grandson of Thomas Condon who came from Kilworth, County Cork to what is now Central Park in NYC. Son of a stonecutter, he traveled West to Oregon to work as a Congregational missionary but became self-taught in Geology and Paleontology and was hired as one of the first Professors at the new Oregon University. He became the Science Department. Thomas Condon: pioneer Paleontologist and Geologist.
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Michele

Hi, Looking for any Condon's from Dunhill, Fenor, Ticor, Sexton Street, Williamstown, Ballygunner area of Waterford, Ireland. Thanks! Michele
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Condon

Richard Thomas Condon (March 18, 1915 in New York City – April 9, 1996 in Dallas, Texas) was a prolific and popular American political novelist.
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Murray

A Mary Murray married a Simon Condon and and are found in the Ballyskibble/Ring area of Cork in late 1890's. Marriage date not known but first child Patrick born 1899. Other children - William, Mary and Michael Condon. We believe Michael came to U.S. mid 1920's and never married. Mystery surrounds another family containing a Mary Murray who they believe married Simon Condon. Need to find a marriage record, church or civil, naming Mary's parents. Any help? She was baptised at Ballymacoda, parents James Murray and Ellen Shanahan. Thank you. Ruth Murray Lambert
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John Whaley

Having been a lifelong devotee of the late *Eddie Condon and his music I have trying to get some information on where his family came from in Ireland and when they left for America -- if someone could help me with this I would be most grateful -- thanking you John Whaley
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ASHLEIGH COTTER

Cotter, my ancestors are robert Charles cotter and so on.
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Matthieu Seassau-Offoltz

Dear Sir, I am looking for a long time the origins of my Irish huguenots ancestors and especially my Casaubon’s branches. My closest Irish ancestor is Margaret Elizabeth Purdon. Her father was William Casaubon Purdon. It looks like we share with the Cotters a common ancestor who was Arabella Casaubon daughter of Colonel William Casaubon and Arabella Rogerson. Arabella re-married, 1746, Sir J.L. Cotter and had issue. So my question for years is, do you think the celebrated Isaac Casaubon would be are ancestor? Best regards. Matthieu Seassau
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Cotter

My Cotter link is MARGARET COTTER County Cork mother of ELIZABETH ANN COTTER born 1836 to EDWARD or ANDREW BLYTH .ELIZABETH COTTER arrived South Australia 1849 on the ELGIN and had another surname being DINIGHAN ? Her other married names WALSH circa 1849 and the married name PATTERSON . I have detailed info of Australian connections but none on leaving Ireland . Any Irish connection would be appreciated. Thanks Craig
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Cotter

I'd like to be in contact with members of the NSW Cotter Families to see if their Garrett is the same as my Garrett.
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Mary Jane Noreen Dickas,

For genealogical purposes, Our father, George W. Leahy was born in1893 in Brooklyn NY. He was the last surviving son of Nora Clifford Leahy and Timothy Leahy. Timothy arrived in the U.S. aboard an immigrant ship out of Liverpool in 1870, and the ship's manifest lists his age as 21 then. Nora Clifford arrived in NY at the age of 16 around 1872. I have no record of which counties in Ireland they lived in previously. Timothy was a day laborer and he died around 1915 in B'klyn. Nora (Honora) lived until 1932. also in B'klyn.
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Mary Jane Noreen Dickas,

please confirm that you are entering D.G. Leahy into your list of Leahy notables according to the information I just provided you.
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Leahy

I am Mary Jane Leahy Dickas. My brother, David G. Leahy, born and died in Brooklyn, NY from 1937-2014,. He was a theologian, philosopher and professor of religious studies at 4 colleges, including tenure at NYU in the 1960's in classics, and lastly, Distinguished visiting Professor at Loyola Univ. Maryland. He authored 5 books. In 2021 SUNY Press will publish a volume, 'D.G. Leahy: The Thinking Now Ocurring' edited by Eliot Wolfson and Lissa McCullough, both professors in the California higher education system. and former colleagues of my brother. The volume contains contributions from 14 scholars in the Religious Studies field. For further information about David's career, contact Ms. MCullough. MJD.
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Peter

Silver at 77 Hi all,I am trying to trace my great great grandfather, who's son John, was the father of my father's father, Thomas David in the Cape South Africa. John Leahy born in Caschel Tipperary in 1842 according to the feedback I have to date. He has a James Leahy and Mary Grace O'Brien as his father and mother in the feedback I have. Thanks
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angle16

Hi Im trying to trace my Leahy ancestors but am not having much luck. My grandmother was born Catherine Mary Leahy in Middlesbrough,Yorkshire,England in December 1905.Her father John Leahy, he was also born in Middlesbrough in 1869,he married Mary Hagan in Middlesbrough in 1896, his marriage record shows his fathers as Jeremaie.I think the family came from Cork.The 1871 census shows a Jeremiah Leahey born 1839 in Ireland, he does not appear in the 1881 census,this census shows a Jeremiah Lahey born 1845 in Ireland. I dont know if either of these are the father of my John. Thanks
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minnie107

About the Leahy family we are apart of a rolal family years, and years, and years back at least from 1641! What happeneds if you are next to on the throne!
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KELLEHER

Cornelius Kelleher was my great-grandfather and lived at Convamore which was built and owned by the Lord Listowel until it was burned down in 1922. His family then moved to Ballyhooly, which was the nearest town. My Grandmother, Bridget Christine Kelleher, was born at Conva in 1895, one of 8 children. She went to England sometime during WWI to earn her passage to the US. She worked in a large house in London, then moved to the US as a single woman. She met and married Michael O'Keefe shortly after arriving. His mother Hannah Donovan who came to the US from Castletown Roach, near Ballyhooly in County Cork. They had one child, 5 grandchildren who are all successful in their chosen professions.
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Alec Lucas

I am looking for any info on my 2x great grandfather Bartholomew Kelleher B1822 i think he was from Cork sent to Western Australia in 1853 as a convict for stealing a sheep , I have his deportation records and it says he was married with 1 child at the time of his deportation and have no other information. I have searched Ireland records but can only find his prison records as small as they are i am looking for his wife and child names and any other information anyone can help me with regards and thanks in advance Alec Lucas
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Kelleher

Daniel Keleher DOB: 1 November, 1905 Kilboultra, near Macroom, Cork, Ireland Migrated: 24 August, 1911 to Brisbane, Australia Death: 14 December, 2002 in Rockhampton, Qld, Australia
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CavSarge

This lists me in Fla, USA, however Im not in or from Fla. Im in and from So. Wisconsin
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Brian Rollinson

My Gt. grandfather Edward Francis O'Leary was baptised 11 July 1852 , I have found a reference to St. Marys Cork & Ross. His father was definitely Timothy Henry (0') LEARY and his mother Julia MURPHY from Boherbue/Boherboy area of Cork My investigations show Edward's siblings ( Leary or O'Leary) are as follows with baptismal date, Margaret 25,8.1856 Boherbue, Angela21.8.1859 Boherbue, Hannah 11.3.185, James 24.7.1849 & Mary 3.12.1853 Edward joined the army and in England married Eva Horne having two children one being my mother Molly Francis O'LEARY( Rollinson) b.1912 - d. 2007 Edward died Colchester 1886. My hope with the numerous names provide this may produce further information regarding my Irish family I Certainly hope so. Thank you
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Callaghan

My Grandfathers family lived in the Glen of Aherlo in Tipperary before migrating to Australia.
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my name is Charles d cant

my name is Charles decanting, I'm looking for information about my grandfather mr. Edward Canty from Chicago Illinois but raised in either Georgia or Florida, married to mrs. Grace Canty, they'd be about 100 years old now. Grace work downtown Chicago at Marshall Field's for about 30 years, five boys Edward Charles Larry Robert Eugene
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janeygarrison

Hi Cantys - I am seeking information about my GGrandfather, Dennis Canty. This is what I know about him He was born 21 Dec. 1834. He left Ireland in 1864 in Co. Kerry, Ireland. , arriving in New York City and eventually settles in Dallas TX. On 14 Apr. 1887 Dennis married Ann Catherine Campion Morrissey, also originally from Ireland. They had a son, James Thomas Canty, born 4 Mar. 1888. Dennis died 21 Oct. 1908. Ann died 3 Aug. 1916. I would like to know anything about his life and family in Ireland before coming to America.
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Mary Buehler

My Great Grandmother was Lucy O'Keefe and immigrated through Canada. She lived in Derry with her husband John Sullivan. They had one daughter Eileen Sullivan (born in Manchester England while visiting relatives) they came to the US from Canada when she was 4 years old. Eileen married Arthur Buehler ( his family is from Utica NY ). Lucy was a talented painter.
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elspeth

Hi, I am from the buffalo new york area. looking for the OKeeffe and Keefe lines from buffalo and Dunkirk. We believe they came down from Canada with connection to the Donahue lines on several sides. also the Skain line. I have more info.
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Ceri Osullivan

My osullivan family come from county cork in a little place called Buttevant .. my grandad denis was in a band when he was younger - country cousins the 3 vikings.. i wonder if anybody has any information on this old band.. my family is now spilt between england and ireland, my moms dad is also from inniskillen and my partners nan is a mc'nearny from county clare. some of my remaining family members in cork re called majella O'sullivan. my grandads name was denis joseph anthony osullivan, he sadly passed away 3 years ago. my nans name was margeret mary osullivan, she died young.. they had 9 children.
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William Brown

My great grandmother Margaret Mahony born August 7th, 1893 Carrigaline, Cork, Ireland of William Mahony and Mary Anne Keily (Mahony)
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Joan Henderson

My gr gr grandfather, Cain Mahony, was born in July of 1814 in County Cork.
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O'Callaghan

Dennis Callahan, or Denis O’Callaghan 1838
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O'Callaghan

Cady O'Callaghan born 1790 in Cork, Ireland, died 1854
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Cheanell

I am looking for any direct descendants of Cady O'Callaghan or any O'Callaghan family around the world.
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Eddie OMahony

I had an aunt and a first cousin named Charlotte O'Mahony from Lagganstown
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Kate Gallagher

My mother was Charlotte O Mahony from Lagganstown Golden Co Tipperary. A lot of her aunts, uncles, grandaunts and granduncles emigrated to North America mainly Chicago area.I often wondered are there any of their descendants still in that area.
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Paul J. Lareau

Beannachtaí ar fad. This is a grandfather's first introductory virtual visit to Cork and Ireland, where our granddaughters have recently taken up residence as UCC students. We physically reside in Minnesota in the north central USA. They are excited, and so are we.
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Gerusa Bernardes

Thanks a lot Sean! It wouldn’t keep me from going anyway, but now I feel more confident!
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Sean Power

Gerusa Bernardes, don't worry at all about the accent difference between Irish English and American English.. .not a problem whatsoever.
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Gerusa Bernardes

I´ve been planning my trip to Ireland, specially to Cork since 2009, it´s been 10 years now! I´m finally getting on the plane this February. I´m brazilian, and have lived in the U.S for 3 years, and I´ve been working as a teacher since I came back from U.S ( 2011) , AND the thing that scares me the most is about the accent difference that I might find once I arrived there... Is this true? should I be that scared? Is it Irish English so different from American English as people use to say?
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Stephen Treacy

...Gail, it is not expensive to move to Cork. But it is a great city and beautiful county, so you may never leave! West Cork in particular is absolutely beautiful. And great craic.
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Gail Kathryn Foster-Mybur

Is it expensive to emmigrate to cork
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