Emerald Isle

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Kimberly Borchardt
Map of the Clans in Scotland (For the Outlander Oddience) Scotch, Outlander, Scotland Country, Costa Leste, Stirling Castle, Scotland Travel, Scotland Map, Scotland History, Scotland Castles

Gallery - Scotland - Country Info

Scotland 'clans' (tribal highlanders of the north). In the Lowlands, the proper term is "family", not "clan". Clan is a Gaelic (Highland) word

First Case study exhibiting VIKING ancestry added to Irish Origenes -- Well . bloody hell, I'm part Viking! Who knew? Dna Genealogy, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Websites, Vikings, Family Roots, Ancestry, Family History, Case Study, Descendants

Irish Origenes: Use Family Tree DNA to Discover Your Genetic Origins | Clans of Ireland | Irish Surnames Map

I am delighted to have performed a successful Case Study for a Customer with very strong evidence of Viking ancestry in their commercial ancestral Y-DNA results. This included a DNA signature mor

The Hill of Tara, one of the most revered spiritual sites in Ireland, is a place where druids held festivals, priestesses were trained and shaman’s rites were performed. Dating back to about 4000 B. In upcoming novella Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel, British Isles, Dream Vacations, Places To See, The Places Youll Go, Beautiful Places, To Go, Dublin

Hill Of Tara – Republic of Ireland

Tens of centuries ago, amid Ireland’s iconic green, rolling landscape, the kings of Ireland were anointed on a hill of tremendous importance—a place where spirituality met with royalty, and mythical traditions began. The Hill of Tara, one of the most revered spiritual sites in Ireland, is a place where druids held festivals, priestesses were trained and shaman’s rites were performed.

Scots-Irish are Scots who lived in Ireland but retained their Scottish character & Protestant religion Scottish Clans, Family Genealogy, Donegal, Being A Landlord, Ancestry, Family History, Irish Americans, Northern Ireland, Descendants

The Scots in Ulster: Scottish Landlords

Scots-Irish Americans are descendants of Scots who lived in Northern Ireland for two or three generations but retained their Scottish character and Protestant religion. Description from americeltic.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Ireland: Poulnabrone dolmen, by mike nl. This dramatic site, on the karstic limestone pavement of the Burren, is one of the most famous Irish dolmens. The name Poulnabrone literally means 'The hole of the sorrows'. This site date back to about 2500 BC. Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Scotland Travel, Stonehenge, Cairns, Monuments, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Architecture, Adventure Is Out There

The Best Ancient Sites In Ireland (10 Historic Irish Attractions Not To Miss)

Looking for ancient sites in Ireland? Here are the top 10 Irish ancient sites, archaeological tombs, Celtic monuments and monastic cities.

Newgrange - entry to this Neolithic passage tomb, Boyne Valley, County Meath, Ireland. Built BCE, it predates Stonehenge & the pyramids of Giza. Newgrange was built with astronomical alignment. Ancient Tomb, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Stonehenge, La Danse Macabre, Republic Of Ireland, Winter Solstice, Stone Art

Newgrange and the winter solstice.

One of the exterior walls of Newgrange As the winter solstice is coming up, I thought it would be an appropriate time to talk about one...

The Scots-Irish: Ulster and the Scottish Lowlands Genetic Link Celtic Culture, Irish American, Scottish Clans, Ancestry, Family History, Family Genealogy, Dna Genealogy, Scotch, History

Ulster and the Scottish Lowlands Genetic Link

A blog about Scots-Irish, Scotch-Irish, Ulster Scots, Anglo-Celts, and Ulster.

Boa Island, County Fermanagh -- The Bilateral stone is called a "Janus" figure and faces both ways. Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Cork Ireland, Ireland Vacation, Vacation Travel, Culture Art, Culture Travel, Alexandre Le Grand, Ancient Mysteries

Wedding Photographer Belfast - George Pennock Photography

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"The Invisible Scots" - (Article about the Scots-Irish in America) Andrew Kincaid who fought in the Revolutionary War was my great-great-great-great-great grandfather. This article fits Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, My Family History, Family Roots, Historical Maps, Ancestry, Scotland, Dna

The Scots Irish - Go Foxburg!

Many people in the United States use the term “Scotch-Irish” instead of “Scots-Irish.” In this paper, the term “Scots-Irish” is used because it tends to be more universally accepted. Many people in other parts of the world have pointed out that Scotch is a beverage while Scots is a nationality. Submitted by Drew Barnhart, our […]

The Callanish Stones, Scotland. I think this is Craigh Na Dunne from Outlander. The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Wonderful Places, Anglesey, Stonehenge, Scottish Highlands, Scotland Travel

A Meeting of Worlds

This image is a bit of a cheat. The Callanish Stones were from an earlier trip to Lewis in May and the sky is from my recent holiday in Cyprus. While in Lewis the weather didnt co-operate to allow me to get this image in camera while I was there. The joys of Photoshop.

Royal finger rings from anglo-saxon England belonging to King Ethelwulf and his daughter Queen Ethelswith A. ***my Great Grandfather was King Ethelwulf***amazing find! Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Vikings, Royal Jewelry

Ancient Ireland

Two gold rings from Anglo-Saxon England. They belonged to King Ethelwulf of Wessex and his daughter Queen Ethelswith and date from circa AD 839-874 Image: British Museum (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

‘Vikings,’ ‘Foreign Helpers’ and ‘Raiders from across the Sea’ Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Research, Free Genealogy, Northern Ireland Map, Ancestry Dna, Ancestry Tree, My Family History, Scottish Clans, Irish

How Scots-Irish (or Irish-Scot) are YOU? | Scottish Origenes: scottish ancestry, scottish genealogy, scottish clan map

The R-M222 Y-DNA genetic marker first appeared in a single male who lived on, or near, the Inishowen peninsula in the far northwest of Ireland approximately 1,500 years ago (+/-300 years). If you are R-M222+ve then your paternal ancestry will involve lots of Dohertys! The Dohertys are ubiquitous among the vast majority of R-M222+ve test subject’s (look to your 25 and 12 marker matches).