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The One-Armed Wonderboy of Oriel

From the region of Ireland once known as “Airgialla” – later know as “Oriel”, there emerged a soccer player whose skill and prowess at the game was not diminished by the fact that he had only one arm. Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to this week’s Letter from Ireland. How are things in your […]

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Top 10 Irish Surnames

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Beautiful Irish greenery

The Top 10 Irish Surnames. When you embark on your journey of tracing your Irish roots, you most likely have a surname to launch your search from.  Chances are you may even have one of the top 10 Irish surnames somewhere in your tree. Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to this week’s Letter from […]

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Irish Ancestry Trail – Canada – Introduction

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Introduction – What is the Irish Ancestry Trail? Welcome! We’re delighted that you could join us as we make our way along the “Irish Ancestry Trail” in North America – specifically the part that now comprises much of Canada east of Toronto. So, what is the “Irish Ancestry Trail”? Well, that’s the name that we […]

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The Story of Two Irish Immigrants.

Statue of Annie Moore

Does this Story of an Irish Immigrant sound familiar to you? In this letter we will start a new feature of introducing a “Letter of the Month”, where a member gets to share their Irish Journey with the Letter from Ireland community. Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to your Letter from Ireland for this […]

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Green, White and the Orange Order

Do you have a favourite colour that you like to wear? In this letter, we look at the Orange Order – and visit a part of Ireland where the colour your choose to wear, symbolises your family’s history and heritage. Imagine green being republican, orange being unionist, and white to signify the peace between the […]

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