This book is a comprehensive guide to tracing your ancestors in County Kerry. It describes all the various sources of informationwhich are available for undertaking research, where they can be accessed and how to best use them. The people of Kerry have a rich history. Although very predominantly Gaelic, their origins include Normans, english, Danish, Vikings, French huge3enots and German Palatines. All of these have contributed to the charactr of twenty-first centuryKerry. common surnames in the county include O’Sullivan, O’Shea, Sheehan, O’Donoghue, O’Driscoll, Falvey, O’Connor, Moriarty, McCarthy, Kelleher, O’Connell, O’Mahoney, Fitzgerald, Cantillon, Stack, Hussey, Clifford and Fitzmaurice. Kerry has experienced a high level of emigration to North America and elsewhere. Kay Caball uses all of her experience as a researcher aqnd writer to put together this seminal guide for Kerry Research.
A5 size 143mm x 233mm 160 pages ISBN 978-1-907990-08-3