It is important to give descendants of Kerry ancestors a picture of what life was like when your grandparents or great/great grandparents emigrated, from the county in the nineteenth century: Travel: For most of the nineteenth century, travel in County Kerry was walking or by horse or donkey & car. A person walking will average […]
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Your Kerry Ancestors...
Last week I explained that the first bit of research when tracing the path of your Kerry ancestors should be done ‘at home’. If your ancestor was an immigrant to the United States ‘at home’ means in the records available in the U.S; wherever the emigrant settled. If you don’t already know it, you need […]