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Irish Genealogy – An Irish Family History Research Guide (#404)

Do you know where to start with your Irish Family History Research? Irish Genealogy has it’s quirks as you may have discovered! In this episode we bring you around our new Green Room Research Wheel that we have recently launched for our Green Room members. You can listen to the show on your computer/smartphone by […]

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3 Steps to Tracing Your Irish Ancestry Back to Ireland

Tracing your Irish Ancestry back to Ireland can feel like quite a daunting task. Here, we see a 3 -Step process that you can use to structure your search. Do you ever wonder where your ancestors came from in Ireland? Maybe you already know the county? If you already know the specific house in the […]

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Connecting With Your Irish Cousins

Beautiful Irish coast

Céad Míle Fáilte from County Kerry this morning – I’m writing to you from a place known as the “Homestead of the Rocks” – or Ballinskelligs as it is more usually known. The “rocks” in question are the wonderful and unique Skellig Rocks off the coast of County Kerry. Maybe you’ve been here? Looking out […]

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My Irish Ancestry Wishlist

Do you have an Irish Ancestry “Wishlist”? A few weeks back, I sent a Letter from Ireland out to all of our subscribers around the word and asked “Which of these do you want more than anything?” I then gave a list of hopes, wishes and dreams that our readers have been sending to me over the […]

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Which Part of the Irish Diaspora do you come from?

Céad Míle Fáilte – and I hope you are keeping well on what is a lovely summer morning here in County Cork. Everyone seems to be heading away on their “holliers” (as we say in Cork) in these parts – and we are due to head off ourselves this week to the wonderful Dingle Peninsula […]

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