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Hello new here. Looking for the Carrs and Culleys. Any connections would be helpful.

Looking for my McCarthy ancestors they originated from Fermoy

Hello, since Im also trying to find more about my Irish family tree I figured I might as well join this community too. Theirs different people in my family tree that I am still trying to learn about, Peter Nolan my 3rd great grandfather born in Fermanagh and lived on a farm in a villiage Blacklion which is part of Tuam townland in county Cavan, which also happens to be the Killinagh parish. My 3rd great grandmother Mary Nolan was blind. My 3rd great grandparents of course had children and grandchildren, one of them was my great grandfather John James Nolan that immigrated here to the U.S. in 1916, he got married to my great grandmother Anna M. Glynn (marriage could of been in Ireland) and lived in Hudson county, New Jersey, he passed away on the 5th of December 1942, he was also a war veteran. Trying to see what part of Ireland my great grandmother came from seems tricky, she was born around the year 1895 and according to the 1901 Irish census records she had to come from either county Clare, Limerick or Roscommon in Ireland. So far everyone I came across in my Irish family tree were Roman Catholic. One reason why it seems tricky to determine what part of Ireland my great grandmother lived in is because her first name in the 1901 Irish census could of easily have been Anne instead of Anna, plus middle names were not always recorded when the 1901 census was taken. Also when I look at part of my family tree that was in county Cavan Ireland its confusing too because the same house or lets say farm house where my great grandfather John James Nolan grew up in his mother which is my second great grandmother Susan Nolan's maiden name was Dolan, that means my Irish family tree is made up by so far 3 different surnames Nolan, Dolan and Glynn. Me and mother which also is doing family tree research joked about it saying that this is no longer just a family tree but a forest or jungle. Apparently I also have Viking/Celt in my Irish family tree. So now its a matter of time before I find my ancestors and desendants. When I think about Vikings and Celts it could be possible that before St. Patrick came to Ireland a part of my Irish family tree was pagan or had polytheistic beliefs. Of course trying to find someone in the family tree that is or was polytheistic can be very challenging. I don't want to learn about my Irish family tree so I can only know more names, I want to know how did people in my Irish family tree live, how it was like in those early times culturally, economically and otherwise, what kind of music did they play or like, etc.
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