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Phil, I'm glad to see that you have joined. You are in the R1b-South Irish group, nearly every name of interest appears in this group including many names not...
Jul 15, 2012
Alternative Origins To Surnames Of Interest
One way to progress is by the process of elimination. For example, with the name Kennedy I think we can eliminate any Kennedy who is R-L226 aka Irish III since...
May 26, 2012
Relatively new to the DNA part of genealogy but would love to see if my Keady line matches up with this....
May 8, 2012
I uploaded to our files section a preliminary analysis using data from FTDNA, SMGF, ySearch, Ancestry.com and Trinity College. It serves to illustrate methods...
May 6, 2012
Re: correlation to "Corca Laidhe"
... Hi Janet, I don't think we see anything either other than a very complicated problem. There is a technique for looking at the problem which should be able...
Apr 22, 2012
Most Distant Ancestor
One of our project requirements is specification of the direct paternal "Most Distant Ancestor"
. Martha collects this info in the course of the join approval...
Apr 2, 2012
Lab Audit via Single Marker Tests
We have had a few results come back that looked suspicious and then asked FTDNA to reexamine. I am satisfied with the quality of the lab work and do not feel...
Mar 26, 2012
The great book of Irish genealogies
This is a book consisting of 5 volumes published in 2004 and based on material written circa 1650; see: http://en.wikipedia
Mar 20, 2012
The most definitive pedigrees of the Corca Laidhe (CL) are the O'Driscoll and O'Coffey. Here is a summary of surname matches limited to the DNA groups where a...
Mar 19, 2012
Hereditary O Driscoll Descendants?
Colin, I was under the impression that you feel there are no known Driscoll descendants of the chiefly line? I spotted this in the right margin of the WikiP...
Mar 17, 2012
Corca Laidhe Original Territory
I have been stuck on Corca Laidhe in SW Cork Skibbereen/Baltimor
e area, where I've gathered they more or less concentrated when the Eoganachta pushed them...
Mar 16, 2012
Ua Mongain now Mangan, Mongan
Results are in for kit: N17039, name: Mongan, ancestor: Martin Mongan, b. abt 1830 and d.abt 1900, Ireland. He is R1b and falls within no known subclade thus a...
Mar 12, 2012
DNA Mailing List
html The link above will take you to an alternative mailing list for our project. We...
Mar 9, 2012
We have one person in the project named Downing with an ancestor born in Ireland. He falls within R1b no known subclade. O'Donovan Hereditary Proprietors of...
Mar 7, 2012
We have two project members by the name Hamilton. One in I-L161 Isles A and the other in R1b no known clade. Their earliest known ancestors were born in the US...
Mar 2, 2012
Mark Jost has plotted R-L21 haplotypes of Corca Laidhe names with Irish origins I extracted from various sources. His diagrams have been uploaded to the files...
Feb 27, 2012
Keep your eyes open for two Australians whom we would very much like to see in our project. They are Hugh Barclay Coffey and his brother James Alexander...
Feb 21, 2012
Documents on File
Thank you Colin and all for the documents that you have on file. I am happy to see that there are a several Murrays listed in the spreadsheet and hope to see...
Feb 19, 2012
Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 1905 http://tinyurl.
com/7sv2df4 In an article on the O'Flynn
39;s of Ardagh, James Burke equates the...
Jan 10, 2012
The Corca Laidhe Pedigree
I made some progress on the subject and uploaded a revised file with some notes added. I was taken aback by some inconsistencies that I encountered but in...
Jan 7, 2012
and happy about all the ways you guys are using the data :-) Martha...
Jan 4, 2012
Revised Names, Statistics
I uploaded a revised version of the file Names_Stats.
pdf surveying haplogroups containing Corca Laidhe names. It is in a folder named "analysis"
;. I also...
Jan 3, 2012
R1b, 385b, MRCA, SNP
Glenn Nolen has a webpage addressing the Corca Laidhe at: http://freepages.
html I recall discussing with...
Jan 1, 2012
Martha, As a followup to previous discussion while the age of the R-M222 haplogroup is still an open issue I do think the it is agreed that the group is...
Jan 1, 2012
John Jeems Coffee
Hi Alan, Welcome to the group! Have you seen this picture of the headstone for John Jeems Coffee? The caption says he is son of your ancestor William Joel...
Dec 27, 2011
New file uploaded to Corca_Laidhe_
Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the Corca_Laidhe_
DNA group. File :...
Dec 22, 2011
Corca Laidhe and Picts
Came across this old note from a correspondent: "One of Corcas daughters married a Pict kings son. So Picts Vikings , Irish all mixed up." Anyone know the...
Dec 21, 2011
Corca Laidhe Names in Eoganachta Study
I noticed some Corca Laidhe names in the Eoganachta study (in caps): Eoganacht Chaisil - MacCarthy, O'Sullivan, plus later O'Dennehy, MacGillicudy,...
Dec 7, 2011
We are off to a good start in terms of talented people pitching in to help. Co-Admin Jane Crawford is an avid researcher of the Corca Laidhe, being descended...
Dec 5, 2011
The primary source on the genealogy of the Corca Laidhe is "Miscellany of the Celtic Society" by John O'Donovan published in 1849. A list of names has been...
Dec 5, 2011
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