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    Irish Surname Resources

    Are you an O’Mally or an O’Neil?

    If you are a genealogy beginner in search of Irish surname resources you are in luck because you are among the millions of fortunate family tree fanatics who can draw from a wide variety of genealogy resources.

     

     

    To get started you might want to check out this fantastic Irish Surname Infographic which gives an at-a-glance overview of the top twenty most common Irish surnames.

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    An Irish Culinary Tradition – Edible Seaweeds

    September 14, 2008 by  
    Filed under Articles, Family History, Preserving Your Family Tree, Public Records

    I grabbed this recipe from The Ballycastle Blog: Irish Genealogy and More. Found it so interesting I thought I’d share it with you. The time of the Great Hunger or (The Gotta Mór); Ireland 1845-7, was a bleak time in Irish history. With widespread crop failures and disease that devastated an already weakened people, seaside communities could turn to the sea and thus managed a little better. While men fished, women with their children in-tow hunted the beaches during low Continue reading “An Irish Culinary Tradition — Edible Seaweeds” »

    An Irish Culinary Tradition – Edible Seaweeds

    September 11, 2008 by  
    Filed under Blank Family Tree

    I grabbed this recipe from The Ballycastle Blog: Irish Genealogy and More. Found it so interesting I thought I’d share it with you.

    The time of the Great Hunger or (The Gotta Mór); Ireland 1845-7, was a bleak time in Irish history. With widespread crop failures and disease that devastated an already weakened people, seaside communities could turn to the sea and thus managed a little better. While men fished, women with their children in-tow hunted the beaches during low Continue reading “An Irish Culinary Tradition — Edible Seaweeds” »