New York Times Saturday July 30th 2016
Mrs Sheila Albert 78 from Santa Rosa Calafornia and her neice Terry Pew found themselves standing in the ruins of an old house in Ireland where Mrs Alberts Great, Great Grandmother once lived.
I felt like I came home she said. Mrs Albert’s ancestors emigrated during the Great Famine 1845-50.
“If it was not for My Ireland Family Heritage we would never have found the house “Sheila said. The Genealogy Company also arranged a Historic Tour off County Meath where they got to see a Famine Workhouse and Graveyard, the history was wonderful and included a visit to Newgrange A Neolithic site which is 5,200 years old.