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CLANN MHIC GRIANNA

 

Feictear i ndaonáireamh na hAlbain 2001 go bhfuil 55,000 daoine a rugadh in Éirinn anois ina gcónaí in Albain agus go bhfuil oidhreacht Éireannach á mhaíomh ag an chúigiú chuid de muintir na hAlbain ina iomlán. Ní ionadh ar bith é gur de bhunadh Thír Chonaill céatadán mór den líon seo . Bhog Clann Mhic Grianna ó Ghlaschú go Rann na Feirste, ar ais go dtí áit dhúchais Jimí.

Anseo ar Blas tugann Jimí, a bhean Patricia agus a iníon Michelle cuntas iontach ionraic dúinn ar thaithí s'acu d'imirce ó Albain go Tír Chonaill...

The 2001 census revealed the 55,000 people born in Ireland are now residing in Scotland, and one fifth of the Scottish population claim Irish descent. It wouldn’t be a surprise that a huge percentage of these are from Donegal. Clann Mhic Grianna from Rann na Feirste, Jimí, his wife Patricia and daughter Michelle give a very honest and open account of upheaval and emigration from Scotland to Ireland.

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