A 300-year-old cottage that belonged to Sarah “Cissie” Begley has been turned into a museum in Northern Ireland. Penn State professor Lee Newsom recently visited the cottage and new rental units on site to learn more about her ancestors.
A 300-year-old cottage that belonged to Sarah “Cissie” Begley has been turned into a museum in Northern Ireland. Penn State professor Lee Newsom recently visited the cottage and new rental units on site to learn more about her ancestors. Photo provided
A 300-year-old cottage that belonged to Sarah “Cissie” Begley has been turned into a museum in Northern Ireland. Penn State professor Lee Newsom recently visited the cottage and new rental units on site to learn more about her ancestors. Photo provided

Good Life | Penn State professor’s journey to connect with her Irish roots started with a dresser

August 01, 2015 09:20 PM