Mary C. Dolan Latest WG Member of the Week
Our latest Member of the Week, Mary C. Dolan, joined The Wild Geese community January 15th. Mary grew up in Brooklyn, New York. All four of her grandparents emigrated from Ireland to America. Her roots are in County Mayo, Belfast and Portadown. You can read more about Mary here.
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The following is a transcript taken from the LIVE Community Chat chat hosted here at on Monday, March 10, 2014. The focus for the discussion was the growing, annual phenomenon known as Sober St. Patrick's Day. The creator of …
The following was written by my father in the last weeks of his life as his present to his eight children. I am his fourth of eight children and am in my 15th year of intermittent family history research. I am also the current Irish Study Group Leader of the BIFHS-USA society in West…Continue
There are many Irish 'spots' in New York City that intrigue me, but perhaps none more so than St. Patrick's Old Cathedral. The edifice, today a parish church, is at turns historic, memorable, symbolic, poignant,…Continue
A true Irish spot, the small Neo-Gothic Church on the grounds of Kylemore Abbey, in Connemara.
You have to look hard for this special gem on the grounds of Kylemore Abbey in County Galway. Kylemore Abbey, home of the…Continue
My great 'Irish Spot' is Reginald's Tower in Waterford City! I remember being blown away by the history of the Tower on my trip to Ireland after winning the Waterford Gathering competition! It was…Continue
Italian culture is strong -- endearingly strong. I wouldn't want it any other way, because Italians do many things right. Food, coffee, art, family ... the list could be a rather lengthy one. So when a small bit of…Continue