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Seeking Information About Harty Family Originally From County Cork

I am  searching for information about for harty family and their origin from county cork and Lismore who moved to Newfoundland in the late 1700s, very early 1800s. What would be the best trails for me to follow?. I have names and places in Newfoundland like Michael harty in Broad Cove Bonavista Bay Newfoundand,or in King Cove Newfoundand, in 1830 but I can't track backward. All my grandmother said was that the Hartys were from Cork.See More
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Kathleen Flynn replied to blake's discussion Harty in the group Irish Ancestry
"Hello I might be able to help you out. If you want to email me directly at flynngenealogyservices@gmail.com"
Jan 15

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Nollaig 2016 replied to blake's discussion Harty in the group Irish Ancestry
"A lot of the links in the discussions below are searchable Blake.   I think you should begin here Familysearch I see Michal Harty there:)"
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I am  searching for information about for harty family and their origin from county cork and Lismore who moved to Newfoundland in the late 1700s, very early 1800s. What would be the best trails for me to follow?. I have names and places in Newfoundland like Michael harty in Broad Cove Bonavista Bay Newfoundand,or in King Cove Newfoundand, in 1830 but I can't track backward. All my grandmother said was that the Hartys were from Cork.See More
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Welcome to the ancestry and genealogical research hub here in The Wild Geese community.  Here, you'll be able to communicate with your fellow amateur genealogists, and even professional genealogists as you tenaciously work toward filling out that family tree.This is where we'll work together as we attempt to break through the "brick walls" in our family history research.See More
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