Tag: ireland

When Persistence Seems Futile

I have one of those ancestors. And it’s a big one. He’s my Great Great Great Grandfather, on my father’s side. And to be honest, it feels as if he is standing in my way – physically preventing me from progressing further back in the Morgan history.

The Committee is Placed in A Most Painful Situation

I have been a member of Ancestry since way back.  I have availed myself of the several resources there quite happily, but from time to time, have scratched my head wondering how things were indexed.  Now this project has been going on for ages, but… Continue Reading “The Committee is Placed in A Most Painful Situation”

Racial Memory

Because the first time I went to Ireland, I felt at home, and it was familiar so much that my heart ached.

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