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Tyrone Roots

7 Richmond Park, Omagh, County Tyrone, BT79 7SJ
Tyrone Roots

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I offer a genealogy and tour guiding service covering all of the north of Ireland. If possible contact me prior to your trip to allow me to research your roots and discover where your ancestors lived. I will tailor visits according to the areas which are of most interest to you. This may include a visit to the actual homestead where your family lived or the area in which they farmed. I have detailed knowledge of the towns and villages of Tyrone and provide an historical walking tour of Omagh. The archaeology and natural beauty of Tyrone can be discovered and I am able to provide visits to Belfast, Derry and the north coast. Advice is given on all aspects of your trip, including transport and accommodation, allowing you to make decisions to meet your special interests.

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As well as genealogy research, I can provide airport pick up and all types of accommodation can be arranged from luxury hotel, self catering and homely bed and breakfast.
Visits can be arranged to attractions of your choice, with a knowledgeable personal guide at hand.

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