Without Christ At Its Root, A Family Tree Dies And Is Forgotten About

Image by Patrisia Novianti from Pixabay In the Kingdom of the Lord, human relationships are not the same as they are perceived on earth. When a man dies although the family connection is always there, this doesn't save him nor is the family relationship established in heaven the same as on earth. What I mean … Continue reading Without Christ At Its Root, A Family Tree Dies And Is Forgotten About

Why Some People Have No Enthusiasm When It Comes To Tracing Their Ancestors

I recently bought this book while down in Limerick. I sat back in my chair this evening and wondered why it is some people have no interest in genealogy. I got lucky as during the lockdown I'd nothing better to do. I had all the time in the world to research my ancestors. Not everyone … Continue reading Why Some People Have No Enthusiasm When It Comes To Tracing Their Ancestors

A Dream Of My Fishermen Ancestors Anchored In Truth

Image by TĂș Anh from Pixabay Yesterday I shared some pictures with you concerning my first dream before Christmas. Today, as indicated by me I will now review my second dream very quickly to refresh your memory. I'm just home from Limerick city but what sparked the sudden interest in that trip was a dream … Continue reading A Dream Of My Fishermen Ancestors Anchored In Truth

TOMORROW I WILL LITERALLY FOLLOW MY DREAMS

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay Tomorrow I'll be quite literally following my dream to visit Limerick City once again to find the graves of my ancestors. I remained a little bit skeptical as to how this one would be identical to that of my great grandmothers until this evening when I googled and google mapped … Continue reading TOMORROW I WILL LITERALLY FOLLOW MY DREAMS

A Visit To My Ancestor Ulick McElligott Castle “Bealagrellagh”.

Hidden deep in the country side village of BallyMacElligott, Co.Kerry lies Bealagrellagh castle. In English it translates at "Mouth of the miry ford" and is the last remaining castle of my ancestors who built four of them in the region in the 1500s. The 16th century is when my surname McElligott first appeared and began … Continue reading A Visit To My Ancestor Ulick McElligott Castle “Bealagrellagh”.