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i am trying to find out some of my ancesters back from the 1700’s and the 1800’s and also the early 1900’s that is free, but i am not able to find a free website that will allow that so if anyone knows of one please let me know. thank you.

When we camped in Wales and then Lake district I found lots of walks (description + map) on the tourist websites. Now we are going to Edinburgh but can’t find a similar site. Want walks about 3-10miles around Edinburgh – not right in city centre. Love walking through woods, along canals etc Circular walks are great and if there is a pub part way round or at end that is also good. Don’t want to climb mountains but can be more than a stroll. Can anyone suggest a free website that has walks with straightforward directions to follow and maps.


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BodhranExpert Platinum Membership online tutorial program is now LIVE! Click this link for all the details www.BodhranExpertPlatinumMembership.com Michelle Stewart from http demonstrates how to use the top part of the bodhran tipper to play triplets and rolls. www.youtube.com www.twitter.com…


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i know my last name is welsh, and have always been curious to find out more about my history to see my welsh ancestors, and to perhaps locate any present day relatives I am unaware about. but the majority of ancestry websites you have to pay to use and i really don’t want to go to the trouble of looking in public libraries as I really don’t have the time to do this, is there any website where i can do some research for free? thanks

heard it on the radio, cant particularily find it on youtube. Its the gladiator song from enya with some dude singing over it and then later on its rap. anyone know?

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Gaelic Prose in the Irish Free State, 1922-1939 is a continuation of Philip O’Leary’s previous path-breaking book on the prose literature of the Gaelic Revival. The period following the War of Independence and Civil War saw an outpouring of book-length works in Irish from the state publishing agency An Gúm. The frequency and production of new plays, both original and translated, have never been approached since. O’Leary has investigated all of these works, as well … More >>

Gaelic Prose in the Irish Free State: 1922-1939

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I’m going to Scotland here in a couple of weeks and I really want to learn Scottish Gaelic without having to pay anything pricey. So, is there a website or something that’ll offer free lessons?

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