February, 2016

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Two Minute Irish Genealogy Tip: The O Factor!

Click Image or Here to View Video  Many Irish surnames begin with O’, such as O’Grady, O’Sullivan, O’Neill, O’Reilly, and O’Brien. An O prefix on a surname translates to “grandson of”, whereas a Mac prefix translates to “son of”. It was not uncommon for Irish immigrants coming to America inRead More…

Packing Light for Ireland May – September

Click to watch video here Pack all the lightweight, quick dry overnight, travel clothes that you will need for a one week vacation in Ireland. Wash clothes in hotel sink, wring out, roll in and out of towel, and hang to dry overnight. I want to share a well-known travel tipRead More…

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