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Tom Crean - Baptised before he was born?

Tom Crean – Baptised before he was born?

Tá long nua taighde le h-ainmniú in ómós don laoch Antartach, Tom Crean. The vessel will also be utilised in servicing the Irish weather buoy network and will provide very important training for third-level students of marine science and other ...
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Kerry Emigrants to New Zealand

Kerry Emigrants to New Zealand

We are delighted this week to promote an important database of Kerry emigrants to New Zealand between 1860 and 1875. I have always been intrigued by the number of Kerry people who emigrated there in the first half of the ...
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Beara Baronies, Parishes & Townlands

Beara Baronies, Parishes & Townlands

Searching for Kerry ancestors in the Beara Peninsula? The Beara Peninsula is split between Counties Kerry and Cork. It can be problematic tracing ancestor's vital records in this area - more so than usual. A complication arises that a number ...
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Webinar on the Fall of the Fitzmaurices (By Kay Caball)

 

Oct 2020 with the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society

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