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How to find that elusive Irish ancestor of yours.
Website claims that those who adapted to famine slowed down the metabolism of future generations.
Frank Snelling, husband of Mary Landrieu, was adopted from Ireland in 1954 at the age of five.
“It is one of the fondest memories of my life.”
Abhaile: literally, the Gaelic word for home; figuratively, much more. Irish American connects with her homeland.
Military Archives in Dublin open as “permanent reminders” for 1916 centenary commemorations.
After her 3 children ended up in an orphanage did this Sligo woman move to the Chicago area to start a new life?
The legal document shows the music legend’s ancestor left Leinster for the U.S.
Irish Americans will observe the Easter Rising centennial. "A time of solemnity, commemoration and celebration."
In 1912, a beautiful 20-year-old woman stepped off a boat to begin a new life in America. Things were different then