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About Anthony Murphy Barrett

Anthony is an investigative historical reporter and claims family research is one of the most difficult endeavours of his journalistic career. He received his diploma in journalism from Niagara College in Canada in 1983. He has worked on several regional newspapers in Ontario and Alberta. He also worked at Carswell Legal Publishing (Thompson Newspapers) in Toronto writing exclusively in the field of employment law and human rights. His work expanded into small business start-up and environmental studies.

He lives in Niagara, Ontario Canada with his wife Theresa and their three children and four grandchildren. His family emigrated from County Cork Ireland in 1825 to eastern Ontario as part of the Peter Robinson Expedition.

The Tribe Within ($6.99 USD)
Search for DNA Tribe R1b-L513
By Anthony Murphy Barrett

Discover Your Medieval Roots (FREE)
By Anthony Murphy Barrett

Almost 700,000 people have paid to have their ancestral DNA traced.

The following surnames frequently match DNA Tribe R1b-L513:
Abbott, Appleby, Anderson, Armstrong, Adams, Allsbury, Ammerlaan, Anglin, Arrick, Ash, Ball, Bain, Bane, Barber, Banks, Barrett, Bassett, Batten, Belcher, Benn, Berney, Beverly, Beatty, Beauripper, Bergeron, Bibber, Bingham, Bissett, Black(well), Blair, Bliot, Boyd, Brady, Braithwaite, Branley, Brazil, Brion, Brooks, Brown/Bruen, Boyle, Breen, Broyles, Bruce, Bryant, Buchanan, Buckley, Budden, Bullock, Burns, Burrows, Burton, Bussey, Butler, Byrd, Byrne, Callahan, Calway, Cameron, Campbell, Cannon, Carey, Carlisle, Carter, Center, Chisolm, Clark(e), Clavett, Cleary, Clendaniel, Clendennin, Glendennin, Glendinning, Coffey, Coggin, Coleman, Colgan, Collins, Conn, Conner, Cope, Cook(e), Corrigan, Coulson, Craig, Crawford, Cross, Crotty, Cru(i)se, Culbert, Cullen, Cunningham, Currate, Currie, Darcy, Davis, Davidson, De Crom-Brugghe, Dennis, Denson, Dewar, DeVane, Devers, Devin, Devine, Divin, Divine, Diamond, Donohoe, O’Donoughue, Donaldson, Donnelly, Doran, Downie/ey, Drummond, Duff, Duffee, Kilduff, Dugger, Duncan, Edwards, Elliott, Elwood, Emerson, Enderton, Englund, Enright, Evans, Fagan, Fay, Feain, Ferguson, Ferry, Finley, Finn, Fitzpatrick, Fleming, Fletcher, Foster, Frazer, Franklin, Fritts, Fox, Gallagher, Gamble, Gamel, Gambrel, Gardner, Garrett, Garvey, Gelling, Gettings, Gilroy, Gittens, Goff, Golliher, Goodie, Gordon, Gorman, Grant, Gray, Green, Greer, Gruetzmacher, Grewar, Griffin, Grogan, Gurthrie, Gurry, Hall, Hadlock, Haggerty, Hamilton, Hannay, Hartley, Harvey, Harris, Hatcliff, Hay(es), Head, Heath, Healy, Henderson, Henry, Herron, Higgins, Hinkle, Holder, Holmberg, Holmes, Hogan, Hopkins, Hood, Horan, Howard, Howley, Hughes, Irvine/Irving, Irwin, Jackman, James, Jenkins, Jester, Johns(t)on, Jolley, Jones, Kautz, Keane, Keenan, Keiller, Kern, Kelly, Kennedy, Kingston, Knox, Lacey, Laird, Lakey, Lamont, Lancaster, Land, Leary, Lemmon(s), Leonard, Lewis, Lintz, Little/Lytle, Logan, Long, Lucey, Lyons, Mac/McCarthy, McCarty, McDonald, Mac/McFarlaine, MacGinitie, Mac/McIntosh, Mac/McKenzie, Mac/McLean, McClain, McLain, MacPherson, MacKeorie, Mackie, MacLennan, Mac/McMahon, Mac/McMillan, Mac/McNichols, Mac/McQueen, Madden, Maloney, Markwick, Marney, Martin, Martini, Marts, Massey, Massie, Mathews, Matheson, Mathis, McAdams, McAdoo, McAffee, McAllister, McAuley, McBride, McCaleb, McCalip, (Mc)Cain/Kane, McCauley, McCloud, McLeod, McClure, McCombs, McConnel, McCool, McCormick, McCowan/McKowan, McCrea, McRae, McCusker, McDaniel, McDowell, McDougal, McFall, McGauley, McGregor, McGuire, Maguire, McGurk, McInnis, McIntyre, McIver, McKay, McKelvey, McKeon, McKinsey, McKlem, McKnight, McManus, McNabb, McOsker, McQuillan, McVicar, McVitty/Mavity, Meehan, Meek(s), Merrick, Miller, Milliken, Mills, Monaghan, Moody, Moore, Morgan, Morris(on), Moss, Mowdy, Mullenneaux, Müller, Munnerlyn, Murphy, Murray, Nelson, Nesbitt, Newman, Newton, Nichols(on), Noe, O’Brien, O’Connor, O'Gara/O'Hara, Oliveri, O’/McNeill, O’Riordan, O'Rourke/Ruark, (O')Shea, O’Toole, Owen, Palmer, Parks, Patrick, Patton, Paul, Perry, Phillips, Pillsbury, Pitts, Plunkett, Poor, Powell, Power(s), Pritchard, Profitt, Purvis, Quinn, Raferty, Reardon, Redmond, Reid, Rice, Rine, Roberts(on), Robinett, Robinson, Roddy, Rogers, Roland, Rose, Ross, Rowan, Rowland, Ruddy, Russell, Ryan, Savage, Scanlan, Scott, Sears, Sherwood, Short, Smith, Spence(r), Sprague, Spriggs, Squires, Starr, Stringfellow, Sunneson, St. Clair, Sinclair, Sinkler, Sherry, Stevens(on), Stewart, Stone, Strawshay, Taylor, Templeton, Tiernan, Tierney, Timmons, Thompson, Thomas, Toomey, Traylor, Troutman, Vance, Vans/Vaus/Vaux, Vaughan, Walker, Walsh, Ward, Wares,Watkins, Watt, Whalen, Webster, Welch, Welsh, Wheeler, White, Williams(on), Wilson, Winter(s),Wood(s) Young, Zechnick.

This is their ancient story.

Videos

Piero's book hints of your ancestry!
Dr. Piero Favero Phd., from the Universitaria di Udine, Italy and I independently have come to the same conclusion: he with "King Arthur's Tribe" (2017); and I through new DNA research and your surname with "Discover Your Medieval Roots" (2014 - 2018). Discover how your surname is connected to the mythology of King Arthur! Discover how your surname comes to life from its ancient tribal origin!

A Cultural Awakening—Left In Peace
It's not just music they all have in common. New scientific DNA studies tell us people of Brittany France; Donegal, Ireland; western Scotland; and the land of the Daffodil, Wales are from the same ancestral tribe: DNA marker R1b-L513. Here, musicians representing these regions come together for a song of cultural awakening. Singer/acoustic guitarist, Michael Jones (Welsh surname: R1b-L513) is one.

Culture and history go hand in hand
L'Heritage des Celtes is a 50-member band formed by Breton musician Dan Ar Braz whose ancestral past is from the Cote d'Armor (fr: coast of the sea) region of Brittany home of many R1b-L513. Ar Braz is Breton: for "The Arm"). This may be Breton slang for French, Armor "of the sea". Culture and history go hand and hand with this ancient origin and your surname. Discover your family name history!

Do we have genetic memory pasted down from our ancestors?
Irish singer Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh (en surname translation: Nesbitt R1b-L513) from the group Altan, performs 'Gleanntáin Ghlas'. The song is about leaving Donegal. Many R1b-L513 surnames were from there, Scotland and Brittany. Dan Ar Braz was so moved by Altan founding member Frankie Kennedy's death, (whom he did not know) he went to Donegal and wrote "Left in Peace" (the second video posted).

The Circle of Life is deep in our DNA
Scottish singer Karen Matheson (surname R1b-L513) is also a member of L'Heritage des Celtes. I wrote Dan Ar Braz asking him the story behind, "Left in Peace" as it identifies Innishfree Bay, Donegal and of a migration. He wrote it before DNA evidence linked these regions. Dan told me the story above. Kennedy is also R1b-L513. Discover how your surname is connected to this amazing ancestry.

DNA Celtic tribe R1b-L513 in Brittany
Breton singer Nolwenn LeRoy performs l'hymne "national" de la Bretagne. in Rennes, Brittany. These 4 regions hold the secret to your ancestors. Thanks to 10 years of DNA testing on almost 1 million people, their secrets are now discovered. We now know the paths they took and why they chose them. Take ownership of your ancestry as it may still be influencing your decisions today!

DNA Celtic tribe R1b-L513 in Wales
Katherine Jenkins (Surname: R1b-L513) sings Welsh National Anthem, Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau. English translation: "Old Land of My Fathers." The Welsh language is on the rise in Wales. Coastal Wales; east Brittany, France; west Scotland and Donegal, Ireland carry the same tribal DNA. Discover how they are all connected and why your history has been kept from you!

Discover your past – Discover yourself!
L'Heritage des Celtes: with singer Elaine Morgan (Welsh surname: R1b-L513); bass, Eoghan O'Neill; drums, Ray Fean; uilleann pipes, Ronan Browne; (all Irish surnames and R1b-L513) and song writers Murdo MacFarlane (Scottish) and Paul Brady (Irish, both R1b-L513 surnames). Your history may still be deep within! Their tribal reunion did not need DNA – just music. Discover your own story here; now!

Your ancestry awaits you!
Discover your ancestors' stories. You may find them eerily familiar: like a dream forgotten just before you wake. Discover how close your ancestors really are. Their stories, now uncovered are as relevant today as in ancient times. Discover Your Medieval Roots and welcome home.

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