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Wild Atlantic Way Ireland – Join us on a Long, Slow Trip.

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 Join us on a journey around the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland. From April 2014, we are slowly making our way up the west coast of Ireland. Starting in Kinsale in County Cork and finishing in the Inishowen peninsula in Derry City. As we go along, we are looking at the scenery, exploring the music, visiting the […]

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Castles in Ireland – Our Top 22

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  These are our favourite castles in Ireland – but I must admit, we have limited our selection to Irish castles that we have been to, photographed and enjoyed. I’m sure you have your own – some may be on our list and others may only be on yours! Did your Gaelic/Norman family occupy a […]

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Irish Surname Update – June 2014

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One of the things we invite our readers to do when they sign up for the Letter from Ireland is to pass on the Irish Surnames names of their ancestors and the counties they come from (if known). We have been doing this since April 2013 and we now have over 7000 individual entries on […]

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Which Irish County Holds Your Irish Roots?

Which County in Ireland holds your Irish Roots? Everytime someone joins our “Letter from Ireland”, we ask the question: “Which County in Ireland did your Ancestors come from?” So far, we have had thousands of replies – and have built a list of 6470 entries. In the map above I have shown the distribution of […]

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A Roadtrip Through 16 Counties of Ireland (Part 3)

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A few weeks back we went on a road trip from Cork to Donegal and back – covering 16 counties in all. When we came back we wrote up a number of posts in our weekly newsletter (see the side of this post if you want to sign up for free) – and these were […]

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