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    Do your past generations hail from Scotland?

    If they do, you will want to head straight over to the forums at Rootschat where there is a fantastic forum that will interest anyone doing Scottish research and it is so well organized that every county in Scotland has its own designated area.

    Chris over at Scotland’s Greatest Story tells us that you can also find threads for practicing your Gaelic (Scottish and Irish).

    We wouldn’t want you to miss this great Continue reading “Rootschat” »

    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” »