Due to the lack of early Irish records, it can be difficult to construct deep family trees. This case study into a County Cork family will teach you how to analyze DNA matches, identify family lines and place them in a broader pedigree. This can result in a better understanding of your Irish ancestors and their family connections.
Pamela Guye Holland lives in Swampscott, Massachusetts, and has been researching family roots found in Ireland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Germany for over twenty years. She is currently the co-president of The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA). Pam works for Research Services at the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) and as the US-based genealogist in the Green Room at https://youririshheritage.com/. Her research specialties are Irish and Genetic Genealogy. Her website is www.GenealogyByPamHolland.com.
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