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Irish Surnames – County Cork Surnames and Places

___TVE_SHORTCODE_RAW__<p><a href=”http://youririshheritage.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/rootsincountycork.jpg”><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-2605 size-full” src=”http://youririshheritage.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/rootsincountycork.jpg” alt=”rootsincountycork” width=”920″ height=”720″ /></a></p><p>Do you have a County Cork surname? What are the typical County Cork surnames? In fact, have you ever heard of County Cork?</p><p>It’s the largest county in Ireland – as well as being the largest single source for all Irish emigration during the 19th century. Maybe…

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Tralee to Kilkee on the Wild Atlantic Way

Coming into the town of Tralee – the administrative capital of County Kerry – my mind always goes back to the Rose of Tralee festival. Specifically to the early 1980s and heading down to Tralee for the craic, sleeping only when necessary and wherever possible. Funny how those memories can colour your impressions of a…

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The Dingle Peninsula on the Wild Atlantic Way.

We left Killorglin heading for the small town of Milltown – marking the southern start of the Dingle Peninsula. From there, it was an easy drive along a coastal road, enjoying Dingle bay to our left. The first stop along the way was Inch Strand – which is nicely ironically named as it extends along…

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The Ring of Kerry on the Wild Atlantic Way

The thing that hit us most as we wandered into the colourful village of Sneem was the smell of turf fires! A real smell of Kerry for us. The village offered a welcome rest after the snaking road out of Killorglin and getting stuck behind a tractor or two. The other thing about Sneem are…

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Beara Peninsula and Kenmare on the Wild Atlantic Way

It’s the largest county in Ireland – as well as being the largest single source for all Irish emigration during the 19th century. Maybe your ancestors came from this Irish county? Each Sunday we send out a Letter from Ireland from a cottage in County Cork – to over 18,000 people of Irish descent all over the…

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