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Re: Why only one Kinsella DNA?
Posted by: Jack Kinsella (ID *****6462) Date: December 10, 2011 at 09:02:50
In Reply to: Re: Why only one Kinsella DNA? by Teresa of 392

My great grandparents were John Kinsella and Esther Byrne, married in Castledermot Co. Kildare in 1801. They had the following children: Patrick, Denis, Margaret, Terence, Martin (My grat grandfather), John, Anne and Michael.
In the 1840-50's Terence, Patrick, Martin, Ann, Michael and their mother Esther all immigrated to Auburn NY.
P.S. My sons maintain a Kinsela web page Kinsella.org
Jack KINSELLA


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