Kathy Barnowski

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Want to do Canadian genealogy research but don't know where to start. Check out the list of my favorite (and most used) Canadian resources. #genealogy #canada

Want to do Canadian genealogy research but don't know where to start. Check out the list of my favorite (and most used) Canadian resources.

Free Genealogy Sites for Researching Ancestors in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland

Researching ancestors from England, Scotland, Wales or Ireland? Here’s a list of free genealogy sites for the UK and Ireland where you can find everything from census returns and military service records to birth, marriage and death indexes.

Surnames - The top 100 surnames in Ireland. Note: variants of the same surname are shown together with the percentage of the total. For example Kelly 97, O’Kelly 3 means that 3% of the Kelly clan use the "O" prefix and so on. 1 Murphy 2 Kelly 97, O’Kelly 3 3 Walsh 94, Walshe 6 4 O’Connor 89, Connor 9, Connors 2 5 O’Sullivan 89, Sullivan 11 6 Byrne 95, O’Byrne 5 7 O’Brien 98, Brien 2 8 Ryan 9 Smith 52, Smyth 48 10 O’Neill 92, Neill 8 11 O’Reilly 61, Reilly 39 12 M(a)cCarthy 97, Carthy 3 13…

Irish heritage and find out where your Irish surname originated or is most dominant in Ireland. We’ve included over of popular Irish surnames from all around the country, from the O’Sullivans of Cork to the Doyles of Dublin to the O’Malleys of Mayo.

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Thai Curry Chicken Zoodle Soup is crazy flavorful and loaded with good for you ingredients like coconut milk, chicken, and lots of zucchini. This simple recipe can be whipped up in 20 minutes for a quick and easy weeknight meal.

When did your Irish Ancestor leave Ireland? In my own case, 5 of my uncles left for a better life – but when I look at our extended family starting in 1874 – over 75% moved or are currently living outside Ireland! #Ireland #Irishdiaspora #Irishamericanhistory #DNA #Ancestry #Genealogy #familytree

When did your Irish Ancestor leave Ireland? In my own case, 5 of my uncles left for a better life – but when I look at our extended family starting in 1874 – over moved or are currently living outside Ireland!

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