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My Ireland Heritage - Specialists in Genealogy Research

My Ireland Heritage is dedicated to assisting clients in the Genealogy search for their Irish family history of past generations and to Walk in the Footsteps of your Ancestors. Our Professionally qualified genealogy research team have developed a reputation of problem solving and in the past have worked on many High profile cases. We offer a variety of competitive packages to cater for your budget and specific requirements and have a large success rate in success rate, in locating your Genetic Homeland.

Our speciality is to organise small exclusive Genealogy Tours with you the client solely in mind and with a large emphasis on the places in Ireland that matter to you and your family including Ireland National Traeasures Newgrange, Cliffs Of Moher and the Giants Cauesway. We have a complete data Base of over 1.5 Billion records ,1,375 Castles aligned to Irish Family Clans throughout Ireland. We also have information on more than 4,500 surnames from locations associated with Native Irish Clans, Norman Families , Viking and Gallowglass

We are within 25 mins of Dublin City , Dublin Port, and Dublin Airport. Positioned beside all Motorway networks we can be at most of Irelands Heritage attractions such as Giants Causeway, Cliffs of Moher, Glendalough and Killarney National Park in easy traveling time.

 

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Posted: 15 Nov 2013 by Mel Heron | with 0 comments

Tags: Ancestry, Genealogy, Heritage, Ireland, Irish, My, Roots, Trace

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