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Irish profiles on Geni per county or country

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About this project

The aim of this project is to create a list of profiles that also show the county or the country where they lived, this way other Geni members can find profiles with the same name and from the same place who could be related.

Do you have Irish ancestors who went abroad or Irish ancestors still in Ireland, just add their profiles to the lists.

For the ' how to ' see the discussion how to add a profile

In case you are not sure how to add the profiles to this list click on the Action button on the top right of the screen and select add and enter your profile name and we will add them to the county or country where they belong

Counties in Northern Ireland

Antrim

Armagh

Derry

Down

Tyrone

Fermanagh

Counties in the Republic of Ireland

Carlow

Cavan

Clare

Cork

Donegal

Dublin

Galway

Kerry

  • Kerryonians, were an early-19th-century New York street gang made up mostly of recent Irish immigrants from County Kerry, Ireland. One of the first gangs, along with the 40 Thieves, to occupy the Five Points area, the Kerryonians particularly targeted those of British descent. They are most known however for disrupting British actor William Charles Macready's performance at Astor Place around 1825. The Kerryonians were eventually absorbed into the growing street gangs of Five Points such as the Dead Rabbits, Roach Guards, and Chichesters.

Kildare

Kilkenny

Laois

Leitrim

Limerick

Longford

Louth

Mayo

Meath

Monaghan

Offaly

Roscommon

Sligo

Tipperary

Waterford

Westmeath

Wexford

Wicklow

Canada


United States

  • Irish Mob, one of the oldest organized crime groups in the United States, in existence since the early 19th century. Originating in Irish American street gangs of the 19th century — depicted in Herbert Asbury's 1928 book The Gangs of New York — the Irish Mob has appeared in most major American cities, including Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago, and New Orleans.

Australia

Irish Convicts to Australia

United Kingdom

New Zealand

Jamaica

Origin unknown

Links to the country portals

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