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The Reddan and Liddy Families: Part II

We saw in my previous post that there were at least three siblings born to James Reddan and Mary Scott of Gortnaglogh, Broadford, Clare. Thanks to DNA matches, clues from descendants, and further research we have learned a little about children Winifred and James and their lives in the USA. 1,221 more words

Irish Family History

The Reddans from Gortnaglogh: Part I

I’ve been very fortunate that a few of my close cousins have agreed to be DNA tested, helping to expand our family knowledge. One of those tests came through from… 1,274 more words

Irish Family History

Whitsundays in December 2016

Every year as December 1st rolls around, I get excited at the thought that Christmas is just 25 days away.

I love all the traditions of Christmas. 622 more words

Irish Family History

Rekindling the research

I’ve neglected this blog of late due to some medical issues. My research has been very intermittent too but just today I saw a challenge on the organise your family history blog that I hope will provide the spark I need to get back into the research mode. 107 more words

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Clare Roots Conference experience

Last month I presented at the Clare Roots Society’s Conference in Ennis, County Clare. It was a great pleasure and privilege to be able to share some findings from my research with the people attending…and just as great a pleasure to have three Irish cousins attending to listen. 239 more words

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Workshops at Cannonvale Library

Jacqui Neave

Kerry Doorman

Jacqui, the Arts and Culture Officer – RADF Liaison Officer gave a very interesting presentation regarding what Art and Cultural projects a RADF Grant can be used for. 1,584 more words

Family History

Family History Workshops at Cannonvale Library

Jacqui Neave

Kerry Doorman

Jacqui, the Arts and Culture Officer – RADF Liaison Officer gave a very interesting presentation regarding what Art and Cultural projects a RADF Grant can be used for. 1,581 more words

Family History