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How Commercial Ancestral DNA Testing Can Pinpoint Your Galway Origins

I recently gave a talk on commercial ancestral DNA testing that was aimed at encouraging Galwegians to participate.

Finding Your Paternal Ancestral Genetic Homeland

Sometimes a quite remarkable Y-DNA Case Study comes along that I will try my best to get published in a Genealogical magazine.

Using Your DNA to Trace Your Scots-Irish Ancestors

I recently completed one of the most in-depth genetic genealogy Case Studies for a gentleman based on the Isle of Man called Bill Henderson.

Irish Origenes Presentation in Coleraine November 2013

It was with great pleasure that I gave a talk to the Coleraine Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society (www.nifhs.org/

First MURPHY Y-DNA Case Study Added!

About 1 in every 100 people in Ireland is called Murphy.

Irish Origenes Magazine Articles and Scientific Papers

PUBLICATIONS (GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINES and eJournals)

Feb 2014: 'How To Find Your Genetic Homeland' in Family Tree Magazine (Full article can be read here)

Oct 2013: ‘What Can Your Genes Tell About You’ in Family History at your Fingertips a Magazine-Book published by Family Tree Magazine.

Irish Origenes Presentations/Talks/Workshops

  • January 17th 2015: Fermanagh Family History Society (contact fermanaghfhs@btinternet.com).
  • October 2014: Genetic Genealogy Ireland, Back to Our Past, RDS, Dublin Ireland. 
  • 24th-27th September 2014: 'Genetic Genealogy' at the 'Route Back Home Event,' Ballymoney Museum, County Antrim, Northern Ireland (contact: museum@ballymoney.gov.uk)

Irish Origenes Presentation at Genetic Genealogy Ireland

On Saturday 19th of October I gave a presentation at the Genetic Genealogy Ireland 2013 event at the RDS in Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Origenes Flesh and Blood Presentation Slides

It was a pleasure to present at the Biotechnology Irelands ‘Flesh and Blood, Genetics meets Genealogy’ networking event in Dublin.

Henrys in Ireland; Irish, Norman, English, or Scots? Let the Y-DNA decide!

Firstly I’d like to thank Mr Henry for allowing me to share his Y-DNA Case Study Report. This study is interesting for a number of reasons.

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