New Kindred Roots Genealogy

Thank you for visiting us. We have been offline for some time now. After 16 years online it was time to rethink the direction of Kindred Roots Genealogy. We are back online. We are adding new information every week! Stay tuned for more!

All of our grave / cemetery images have been moved to Find A Grave.

Éirinn go Brách!
Posted 16 Mar 2018, 7:44p by Kelly

It seems this time of year everyone is Irish and I don’t blame them at all! We are a fiery, hard working, and lovable ethnic group!

I can trace my roots back to Normans of 1100’s England, Puritans of 1600’s New England, French Huguenots of the 1600’s, Germans of 1700’s Philadelphia, and Irish and Italians of 1800’s Ellis Island.

According to Ancestry DNA I am more Irish than anything else at 41%. Years of research has showed me some of the people who passed on those genes. One of these families are the Conway’s from Northern Ireland (click to learn more).

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

Is minic a bhris beál duine a shrón (Gaelic)
Meaning…It is often that a person’s mouth broke his nose