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Guinness Archive has preserved records and artifacts, dating from 1759, including photos, and 20,000 individual personnel records of past employees giving a glimpse into the history of St. James's Gate and Guinness' staff.

The Guinness Archive, housed by the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, collects, preserves and makes accessible records and artifacts from the formation of the company in 1759 to the present day, including 20,000 individual personnel records of past employees.

Everything you need to know about the Irish surname Ryan - meaning, origins, interesting facts and famous people with the last name Ryan.

Irish derivation: Ó Riain

Name meaning: "Descendant of Rían (little red one/little king disputed)" 

Counties associated with the name: Carlow, Tipperary, Limerick

Coat of arms motto: "I would rather die than be disgraced"

Interesting facts: 

- It is just as popular a first name as it is a surname.

Where in Ireland is Speaker Paul Ryan and how has he spoken on his Irish roots in the past? 

In 2015 Congressman Paul Ryan was the youngest speaker elected since before the Civil War and a frequent guest at Irish events, including those at the Irish Embassy and the American Ireland Fund.

Ryan, as we learned during the 2012 Presidential race when he ran for VP on the Romney ticket, has strong Irish roots.

Where in Ireland is Speaker Paul Ryan and how has he spoken on his Irish roots in the past? 

In 2015 Congressman Paul Ryan was the youngest speaker elected since before the Civil War and a frequent guest at Irish events, including those at the Irish Embassy and the American Ireland Fund.

Ryan, as we learned during the 2012 Presidential race when he ran for VP on the Romney ticket, has strong Irish roots.

If you’re a Doherty of origin, you could have a link to one of the great sculptors of Ireland or even Riverdance.

Variants: O’Doherty, Ó Dochartaigh

This common Irish surname has its origins in the north of the country, from County Donegal, where it is still most prevalent and holds a strong connection. Today, however, this widespread family name now has an estimated 140 different variations in spelling and can be found all across the globe.

The Archives of the Archdiocese of New York have announced the launch of a digital database of its historical sacramental records dating back to 1785.

The Archives, which serves as the final repository of the Archdiocese’s historical records, has partnered with FindMyPast, an online family archive with over 18 million registered users, to digitize and publish indexes containing over eight million sacramental records. These records will be made available to the public through a centralized database to facilitate family searches, institutional and historical research.

Viking invasions made a lasting impression on the DNA map of Ireland.

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin believe that Viking and Norman invasions of Ireland may have made a more striking impression on the DNA breakup of the country than previously thought. They also discovered 23 new genetic clusters in Ireland not previously identified, leading to the belief that we may have far more Viking and Norman ancestry than previously evidenced.

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