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Where You Need to Start Your Irish Ancestry Search – 2 Reader Case-Studies (#504)

Our readers are very keen to trace their Irish ancestors back to a specific part of Ireland, and that is very understandable. However, it’s often a better idea to dig up more leads and clues in the ancestors place of immigration BEFORE attempting to make the leap back to Ireland.

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Episode Summary:

Welcome to Season 5, Episode 4 of the Letter from Ireland Show.

As mentioned above, it’s often a good idea to dig up more leads and clues in the ancestors place of immigration BEFORE attempting to make the leap back to Ireland. In this episode of the Letter from Ireland show, Mike takes 2 reader case-studies to illustrate how this approach might work. You can see the 2 letters referred to in this podcast in the “Related Articles and Links” section below.

The Letter from Ireland Show is a weekly podcast that goes out each Thursday from our cottage in County Cork. Tune in to this episode – and dive straight in to a bit of Irish caint, ceóil agus craic (conversation, music and craic!).

 

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This Episode is Brought to You by:

The Green Room! The Green Room is run by Irish people, out of Ireland – and focused on people of Irish ancestry all over the world. We know Irish culture, history, the language – and many of the issues people have with understanding complex Irish Heritage and Ancestry. While genealogy record sites bring you part of the way – we’ll bring you all the way home! So, break down those Irish Ancestry Brick Walls when you join today – see all about the Green Room here.

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Slán for now, Mike and Carina.

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