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Offline DoireM

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Re: MARGEYs to San Francisco, CA
« Reply #27 on: Sunday 05 May 19 16:11 BST (UK) »
No don't apologise, always great to hear from cousins.  So sorry to hear of your grandfather's passing.  I would be delighted to share Margey information with you.  I can go back two generation's from your Michael.  Still Margeys''s living in the ancestral parish in Donegal, Ireland  Have you done a DNA test? 
Crowley : Kilmaley Parish, Co. Clare / Cook County, Chicago, Illinois
Bradley: Iskaheen Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland
McCallion:  Iskaheen Parish, Co. Donegal. Ireland
Margey/Margay:  Iskaheen Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Donnellan / Donlan:  Carhunagry, Co. Clare
Sullivan: Clare / Cook County, Chicago, Illinois
James:  Derry/ Donegal / Wales.
Haren / Harhen:  Co. Clare, Ireland
Murphy: Kinturk, Kilmaley, Co. Clare.
Friel:  Aught, Ture. Iskaheen Parish, Co. Donegal.
Cassidy:  Limavady, Co. Derry.

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Re: MARGEYs to San Francisco, CA
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 05 May 19 17:56 BST (UK) »
I did through myAncestry since thatís the site Iíve used since forever on the digital copy of my tree.

I got 62.4% North and West European (lots of German, especially on my fathers side) and 37.6% Irish Scottish and Welsh. Iíve got a Welsh Surname.

I was sad I didnít get anything random on the DNA test since I already knew I was pretty German and Irish.

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