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Friday, 10 February 2012 22:11

An Important Note from Dr Darren McGettigan

Written by  Darren McGettigan
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Please Note: Darren is no longer accepting genealogical commissions on this website.

However, I am keeping this website up to promote my books and the history of my McGettigan family. I also hope to have a new book published soon.

There is also a year's worth of genealogy blog entries on my website ~ feel free to explore them ~ I enjoyed writing them and they were quite popular.

Darren McGettigan

Darren McGettigan

Darren is an established Author and Genealogist from County Wicklow, Ireland. He provides genealogy services to help you discover your family history in Ireland.

Website: www.familyhistoryireland.com

4 comments

  • Comment Link Tammi McLaughlin Sunday, 28 October 2012 09:52 posted by Tammi McLaughlin

    Greetings. As a McLaughlin I am fascinated by your research! I am a starter genealogist and can't trace my family through Ireland any further than their departure from Londonderry on the Bolton Abbey. Thank you for a peek into the possibilities!

    Tammi McLaughlin

  • Comment Link Merrick McCabe Friday, 31 August 2012 22:29 posted by Merrick McCabe

    Would you be kind enough to recommend a genealogist with whom I may work via internet? (I am loacted in the U.S.) My McCabe hails from Binbane, Meenacahan, Inver Parish, Donegal and married a McGettigan. Someone who is familiar with genetic genealogy would be a help as I have results that the primary surnames associated with the tests are Brady and Burns. If this is in fact a non-paternity event, it would have taken place earliest in 1500 AD. Many thanks - Merrick McCabe
    P.S. I am looking forward to reading our books.

  • Comment Link Deirdre Owens Sunday, 13 May 2012 16:42 posted by Deirdre Owens

    I have proof by armarial bearings that my family is decended from Dermot McMurrough.

    I am trying to do my family tree and have hit a barrier. We have traced the family back 6 generations to my 5 x great grandfather who was born in 1779 and died in Dublin in Blackrock 1852. I need to fill in the gap between this ancester and Dermot McMurrough and am finding it very difficult because of the way Irish names are spelt in various ways.

    I know Dermot's son is called Donald (or the Irish equivalent) but can't find any of his descendants. I wonder if you can point me in the right direction.

  • Comment Link James Otoole Saturday, 25 February 2012 22:32 posted by James Otoole

    Thanks for the website. I found you page on the history of the O'tooles very easy to read. I have just read about the connection on my family to Mullaghmast. I am only looking into my family name origins at the moment.We are 2nd generations Scots (Glasgow). Granddad was Dublin Irish. Thank you again for the info. James Otoole. Leeds Yorkshire.

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