Martin Sheen discovered a fascinating story when he traced his Irish roots
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When Ellis Island opened its doors on 2 Jan 1892, the first person through was Annie Moore
Founded in 558AD the Abbey grew to become one of the most important seats of learning in Ireland.
County Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Society, located in Sligo town, has over fifteen years experience in carrying out...
Cape Clear Heritage Centre in County Cork boasts a fascinating range of artefacts from the Island’s history collected...
Genealogy Centre for Fingal area, small museum & heritage centre in centre of Swords town, near Swords Castle, 10 min....
Galway Family History Society (West) is a genealogical project helping people trace their ancestry. The office is located...
Mallow Heritage Centre in Mallow, County Cork can help visitors trace their ancestors. Whether customers are just beginning...
Skibbereen Heritage Centre is a visitor centre in West Cork with 2 permanent exhibitions, on the Great Famine and on...
Open all year. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class information service for visitors to ...
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