The National Genealogical Society Quarterly recently published a review of our title ‘Finding your Ancestors in Kerry‘ by Kay Caball. The review, by Fiona Fitzsimons of Eneclann, kindly declares the book to be “..essential reading for any genealogist or family historian whose research focuses on (Kerry)…” and also goes on to say that ” This book, friendly and easy to read, would appeal to any beginner. Finding your Ancestors in Kerry also also covers enough ground to reveal documents of interest even to experienced genealogists“. It is available here. The book is a comprehensive guide to tracing ancestors in County Kerry. It describes all the various sources of family history information, where each of these can be accessed and how to best use them in your research. The people of Kerry have a rich history. Although very predominantly Gaelic, their origins include Normans, English, Danish Vikings, French Huguenots and German Palatines. All of these have contributed to the character of twentieth century Kerry.