Honora Wright Weaver
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  • Dublin, GA
  • United States
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Honora Wright Weaver liked Margaret M. Johnson's blog post Going to the Fair!
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Honora Wright Weaver liked Rick Grant's blog post 20 Years of Irish History and Culture
Aug 4
Honora Wright Weaver commented on Honora Wright Weaver's blog post My Genealogy Journey
"Thank you, Claire.  I'm very excited about the trip.  My sister and I are going together and we're trying to narrow down what we "must see" and what we'd "like to see" if we have time.  "
Jul 31
Claire Fullerton commented on Honora Wright Weaver's blog post My Genealogy Journey
"I'm glad to learn that you'll be going to Ireland this January! I'll be sure to watch this space to learn more. Nice post, Honora. "
Jul 31
Patrick Francis Deady liked Honora Wright Weaver's blog post My Genealogy Journey
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Honora Wright Weaver and Anne Casey are now friends
Jul 27
Honora Wright Weaver commented on Anne Casey's blog post "Would you ever think of coming home?"
"In the early 90's a friend of mine from Dublin, who had immigrated to America to become a US Marine, told me "Ireland's greatest export has always been her people". I'm looking forward to reading more of your poetry."
Jul 27
Honora Wright Weaver liked Anne Casey's blog post "Would you ever think of coming home?"
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Jul 22
Honora Wright Weaver commented on Claire Fullerton's blog post Book Review: 'Girl on the Leeside' by Kathleen Anne Kenney
"I found the ending satisfying, too.  I added "The Stolen Child" to my to-read list.  "
Jul 15
Honora Wright Weaver commented on Claire Fullerton's blog post Book Review: 'Girl on the Leeside' by Kathleen Anne Kenney
"I think with Siobhan's uncle being so overprotective of her it was expected that she'd be naive.  She was curious about the world around her, though and I'd be curious to know about her journey to experience it."
Jul 15
Honora Wright Weaver commented on Claire Fullerton's blog post Book Review: 'Girl on the Leeside' by Kathleen Anne Kenney
"Claire, I loved this story.  I also really appreciate the written word like Siobhan does and I felt a bit of a connection with her.  I wish the author would have included Siobhan's poems, but I guess poetry is not easily written. I…"
Jul 14

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Joe Gannon liked Honora Wright Weaver's blog post My Genealogy Journey
Jul 13
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My Genealogy Journey

I began researching my family tree a little over three years ago, and two years ago I shared some of my journey in this post:http://thewildgeese.irish/profiles/blogs/the-wild-west-of-ireland-2?xg_source=activity.  A few weeks ago I…See More
Jul 11
Honora Wright Weaver posted a blog post

My Genealogy Journey

I began researching my family tree a little over three years ago, and two years ago I shared some of my journey in this post:http://thewildgeese.irish/profiles/blogs/the-wild-west-of-ireland-2?xg_source=activity.  A few weeks ago I…See More
Jul 11
Honora Wright Weaver commented on Claire Fullerton's blog post Book Review: Girl on the Leeside by Kathleen Anne Kenney
"Your review sent me to the Barnes & Noble site to read an excerpt. The beautiful writing pulled me in and I purchased it on my Nook. No sleep for me tonight."
Jul 11

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My Genealogy Journey

Posted on July 11, 2017 at 5:30pm 2 Comments

I began researching my family tree a little over three years ago, and two years ago I shared some of my journey in this post:…

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The Wild West of Ireland

Posted on May 21, 2015 at 6:00am 1 Comment

What's in a name? For me it meant finding a deep connection to my Irish roots.  I have an uncommon name, Honora, which elicits questions such as what kind of name it is, how to pronounce it and where does it come from.  My mother named me for her mother, who was also named for her mother.  Although Honora is Latin for "honor" the "H" is not silent.  It rhymes with Lenora.  Last year my mother's sister asked me to research our family tree and I found that my name went back even further than…

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