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The Irish history podcast examines the roots of the Irish Famine from the rebellions of 1798 and 1803.
Discovering US relatives I never knew I had by using the Ancestry.com DNA kit.
Celiac disease is often associated with the Irish and so there is a strong possibility that President John F. Kennedy had it. It would certainly explain JFK's frequent illnesses, according to Dr. Peter Green.
Weighing in at a hefty 10 pounds, this remarkable book contains everything you ever wanted to know about Irish revolutionary history—but were afraid to ask.
A common Irish names may be the earliest recorded surname recorded in all of Europe! We've quite a history.
Are leprechauns and ancient myths behind these roads where cars roll uphill? Or is it just plain old boring science?
Clint Hill had been newly assigned to Jackie Kennedy’s protection detail and it became the worst first day in any job imaginable.
Unless your last name includes an apostrophe, you’ll never know the plight of getting computer systems – for everything from air travel to banking – to recognize your proper name.
A band of starving pilgrims at Plymouth Rock were saved at the last minute by the arrival of a ship from Dublin.
With billions of Irish records on Ancestry you can delve into genealogical, photo and history resources in minutes.
Bring a bit of Irish spirit to this most American of holidays with these heartfelt Irish Thanksgiving blessings.
On this dark day, November 22, 1963: Irish American President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
The facts of the first Thanksgiving meal may never be known but some believe it to have been in celebration of a shipment of Irish food.
With a vial of saliva and a little cutting-edge science you could find out if you’ve got any Irish heritage in your genes.
Thanksgiving food, Thanksgiving pies, and Thanksgiving turkey are the only reasons you need to prove that Ireland should fully embrace the Thanksgiving holiday.
Although he has been studied widely, here are a couple lesser known and odd facts about this famous president.
JFK's assassination – in Dallas on November 22, 1963 – shook the world . We hear from JFK's daughter and grandchildren on the outstanding legacy he left behind.
Declassified 2013 report acknowledges McCone was “complicit” in keeping information from the Warren Commission.
Mayoman didn’t think much of the incident until the following year when he switched on the TV.
Michael Collins’ Extraordinary Intelligence Office, on Crow Street, was the deadliest address in Dublin - Frank Thornton’s witness statement says it all.
Though obviously not the most celebrated Irish people, their grisly legacy still casts an eerie shadow.
Three IrishCentral staff members reveal the results of their Ancestry DNA tests! Who's the most Irish? Where else in the world did our ancestors come from?
Imagine spending your entire life as an only child, then one day, 85 years later, finding out you had a brother.
From Murphy to O'Connor - the popular Irish family names now big names in the United States.
Living in Ireland over the Thanksgiving holidays makes you take account of what you are doing with your life.
What you should know about the history of your Irish surname
How the Irish saved Thanksgiving
John F. Kennedy very likely had celiac disease
Does Black Friday ruin Thanksgiving?
Irish Thanksgiving blessings, toasts, and sayings for your family and friends
Kid-friendly and adult-friendly Irish Thanksgiving jokes
Courtney Cox surprised Johnny McDaid with a star-studded video at the Irish Post Awards
LISTEN: The Great Famine podcast series – the Irish rebel Anne Devlin
Little Irish boy with cancer has best day ever on the set of 'Vikings'
Thanksgiving leftovers recipe: turkey enchiladas with olives
Why young people are joining the Ancient Order of Hibernians