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Old 04-08-2021, 07:20 AM
 
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I work in city planning in Florida. We spend a lot of time looking at demographics and migrations because, getting 1,000 people per day requires a lot of new home building. It's interesting to look at where people are coming from and whether they're families, singles, or retired couples. Highly skilled or not.

I was reading an article a few days ago https://wvmetronews.com/2020/12/23/w...%2012o%20years.

about the population dropping in WV and was wondering, "where are they going?" And somewhat surprisingly I couldn't find any ink on the specifics of it . . . so I downloaded the tables from Census and was quite surprised.

Most of the moving is just people moving around within the state. The biggest move was from Fayette County to Raleigh County - about 1,100 people. The top 5 county-to-county moves were all within the state.

The top 5 out-of-state moves were barely out-of-state mostly being to a neighboring county across the state line. It doesn't look like there's a real exodus from the state - not different from most other states. People move in and out of states all the time. It looks like the difference here is the relatively low numbers of people moving in.

This data is from 2019 so the first two columns are their current residence (State/County), what WV county they moved from, and how many people made that same move:

West Virginia Raleigh County - Fayette County 1,105
West Virginia Kanawha County - Putnam County 1,087
West Virginia Berkeley County - Jefferson County 989
West Virginia Jefferson County - Berkeley County 926
West Virginia Cabell County - Wayne County 702
Ohio Washington County - Wood County 683
West Virginia Marion County - Harrison County 653
West Virginia Monongalia County - Preston County 642
West Virginia Cabell County - Kanawha County 590
Ohio Belmont County - Ohio County 555
West Virginia Mercer County - McDowell County 513
West Virginia Wayne County - Cabell County 495
Ohio Lawrence County - Cabell County 492
West Virginia Cabell County - Putnam County 479
Maryland Allegany County - Mineral County 453
Virginia Tazewell County - Mercer County 453
West Virginia Monongalia County - Marion County 447
West Virginia Hancock County - Brooke County 446
West Virginia Marion County - Monongalia County 444
Pennsylvania Allegheny County - Monongalia County 435
West Virginia Ohio County - Marshall County 414
Ohio Jefferson County -Hancock County 390
West Virginia Cabell County - Fayette County 382
West Virginia Putnam County - Kanawha County 372
West Virginia Kanawha County - Raleigh County 372
West Virginia Monongalia County - Putnam County 365
North Carolina Wilkes County - Mercer County 361
New York Queens County - Monongalia County 360
Ohio Lawrence County - Wayne County 360
West Virginia Monongalia County - Kanawha County 334
West Virginia Kanawha County - Cabell County 326
West Virginia Harrison County - Lewis County 315
Ohio Gallia County - Mason County 311
West Virginia Lewis County - Harrison County 311
Virginia Loudoun County - Berkeley County 309
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Old 04-08-2021, 10:16 AM
 
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I work in city planning in Florida. We spend a lot of time looking at demographics and migrations because, getting 1,000 people per day requires a lot of new home building. It's interesting to look at where people are coming from and whether they're families, singles, or retired couples. Highly skilled or not.

I was reading an article a few days ago https://wvmetronews.com/2020/12/23/w...%2012o%20years.

about the population dropping in WV and was wondering, "where are they going?" And somewhat surprisingly I couldn't find any ink on the specifics of it . . . so I downloaded the tables from Census and was quite surprised.

Most of the moving is just people moving around within the state. The biggest move was from Fayette County to Raleigh County - about 1,100 people. The top 5 county-to-county moves were all within the state.

The top 5 out-of-state moves were barely out-of-state mostly being to a neighboring county across the state line. It doesn't look like there's a real exodus from the state - not different from most other states. People move in and out of states all the time. It looks like the difference here is the relatively low numbers of people moving in.

This data is from 2019 so the first two columns are their current residence (State/County), what WV county they moved from, and how many people made that same move:

West Virginia Raleigh County - Fayette County 1,105
West Virginia Kanawha County - Putnam County 1,087
West Virginia Berkeley County - Jefferson County 989
West Virginia Jefferson County - Berkeley County 926
West Virginia Cabell County - Wayne County 702
Ohio Washington County - Wood County 683
West Virginia Marion County - Harrison County 653
West Virginia Monongalia County - Preston County 642
West Virginia Cabell County - Kanawha County 590
Ohio Belmont County - Ohio County 555
West Virginia Mercer County - McDowell County 513
West Virginia Wayne County - Cabell County 495
Ohio Lawrence County - Cabell County 492
West Virginia Cabell County - Putnam County 479
Maryland Allegany County - Mineral County 453
Virginia Tazewell County - Mercer County 453
West Virginia Monongalia County - Marion County 447
West Virginia Hancock County - Brooke County 446
West Virginia Marion County - Monongalia County 444
Pennsylvania Allegheny County - Monongalia County 435
West Virginia Ohio County - Marshall County 414
Ohio Jefferson County -Hancock County 390
West Virginia Cabell County - Fayette County 382
West Virginia Putnam County - Kanawha County 372
West Virginia Kanawha County - Raleigh County 372
West Virginia Monongalia County - Putnam County 365
North Carolina Wilkes County - Mercer County 361
New York Queens County - Monongalia County 360
Ohio Lawrence County - Wayne County 360
West Virginia Monongalia County - Kanawha County 334
West Virginia Kanawha County - Cabell County 326
West Virginia Harrison County - Lewis County 315
Ohio Gallia County - Mason County 311
West Virginia Lewis County - Harrison County 311
Virginia Loudoun County - Berkeley County 309
The younger usually go to neighboring states with larger cities and more job opportunities- Ohio- Columbus; Virginia- Northern Virginia/ DC area or Richmond; North Carolina- Charlotte area, Raleigh/ Durham or Greensboro/ Winston-Salem; Georgia (a bit farther)- Atlanta metro. Older retirees usually head for South Carolina- Myrtle Beach area or somewhere in Florida.

I can't speak for what numbers you think define an 'exodus' but according to Census Data the state has lost about 60,000 residents from 2010-2019. In addition to domestic out-migration, the demographic double whammy is the older than average age of WV compared to other states as many young people have left over the last few decades. The state sees a fairly decent loss in population just from more deaths than births. This death over birth imbalance is common in popular retirement areas like Myrtle Beach, The Villages in FL, etc but those places are able to overcome and see strong growth by having large surges of residents moving in- West Virginia doesn't currently have that. It's a tough demographic hurdle to overcome unless people start having more kids and domestic outmigration slows.
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Old 04-08-2021, 12:01 PM
 
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The younger usually go to neighboring states with larger cities and more job opportunities- Ohio- Columbus; Virginia- Northern Virginia/ DC area or Richmond; North Carolina- Charlotte area, Raleigh/ Durham or Greensboro/ Winston-Salem; Georgia (a bit farther)- Atlanta metro. Older retirees usually head for South Carolina- Myrtle Beach area or somewhere in Florida.
It was less of a question and more an invitation to discuss the data. My gut said, "oh, obviously they're moving to nearby metro areas for work." But they're not. The vast majority of people who move out-of-state are just moving to a neighboring county that's across a state line. If that stopped then WV would probably be seeing slow growth instead of decline. If there's a question in there it's more like, "what's the dynamic, what are the push/pull factors for so many people moving across a county line but out of state?" Is it cheaper housing? Newer housing? Better schools? Lower taxes? Someone moving from Morgantown to Mt. Morris, PA isn't moving to a new job market so these moves that are 10-15 miles down the road can't really be about the jobs. Or can they?

Here's maybe an easier way to visualize the movement. It's less accurate because it obscures all the people moving across a river but staying in the same metro but I think gives a better understanding of where people are going when they really leave town (not just move 10 miles away). Here's people leaving just the Charleston metro area and which metro area they're moving to. Far and away, the largest number of people leaving the Charleston area are going to a non-metro area (mostly within WV) and the next 3 on the list are in state.

Outside Metro Area within U.S. or Puerto Rico 2,023
Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH Metro Area 1,211
Beckley, WV Metro Area 529
Morgantown, WV Metro Area 495
Columbus, OH Metro Area 330
Lexington-Fayette, KY Metro Area 298
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA Metro Area 211
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area 165
North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL Metro Area 131
Richmond, VA Metro Area 125
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX Metro Area 122
Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area 105
Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metro Area 101
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metro Area 94
Austin-Round Rock, TX Metro Area 92
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metro Area 84
San Diego-Carlsbad, CA Metro Area 84
Tyler, TX Metro Area 84
Wheeling, WV-OH Metro Area 84
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC Metro Area 77

For people leaving Huntington (keep in mind that these numbers are going to be heavily weighted by people already living in OH or KY)
Outside Metro Area within U.S. or Puerto Rico 4,368
Charleston, WV Metro Area 1,799
Columbus, OH Metro Area 814
Lexington-Fayette, KY Metro Area 598
Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN Metro Area 554
Morgantown, WV Metro Area 480
Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN Metro Area 221
Dayton, OH Metro Area 208
Jacksonville, FL Metro Area 194
Wheeling, WV-OH Metro Area 175
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Metro Area 166
Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX Metro Area 161
Parkersburg-Vienna, WV Metro Area 160
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC Metro Area 156
Weirton-Steubenville, WV-OH Metro Area 154
Beckley, WV Metro Area 149
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area 141
Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV Metro Area 138
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metro Area 133
Cleveland-Elyria, OH Metro Area 125

Folks leaving Morgantown - I'm guessing at least part of what's happening there is people going back to where they came from or going to grad school somewhere else:

Outside Metro Area within U.S. or Puerto Rico 2,209
Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area 1,036
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area 476
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area 413
Charleston, WV Metro Area 256
Wheeling, WV-OH Metro Area 213
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metro Area 205
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD Metro Area 199
Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH Metro Area 178
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC Metro Area 115
Parkersburg-Vienna, WV Metro Area 106
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Metro Area 104
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA Metro Area 100
Raleigh, NC Metro Area 98
Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD Metro Area 95
Athens-Clarke County, GA Metro Area 91
Beckley, WV Metro Area 87
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metro Area 82
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Metro Area 82
Columbus, OH Metro Area 77
Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV Metro Area 72
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC Metro Area 71
Cumberland, MD-WV Metro Area 69
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metro Area 68
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL Metro Area 68
Cleveland-Elyria, OH Metro Area 59


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I can't speak for what numbers you think define an 'exodus' but according to Census Data the state has lost about 60,000 residents from 2010-2019.
I'd call it an exodus if thousands more people are moving out vs moving in.

Americans are leaving a lot of states and the population of some of those states are only being sustained by immigrants and the children those immigrants have. But the birthrates everywhere in the US are below replacement level. It's been that way for American born women for since 1970 and has been that way for immigrants for about the last 25 years.
https://www.pewresearch.org/social-t...mmigrant-moms/


The fertility rate is even lower in the rest of the developed world and is beginning to become a concern globally.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/birth-r...fewer%20babies.

Anyway, I linked to the article I referenced in the OP - here's more recent news on states that people are leaving.

https://www.bankrate.com/real-estate...ring-pandemic/
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Old 04-08-2021, 01:59 PM
 
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to Tri-city area of Tennessee. (Bristol-Johnson City-Kingsport)
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Old 04-08-2021, 02:26 PM
 
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It was less of a question and more an invitation to discuss the data. My gut said, "oh, obviously they're moving to nearby metro areas for work." But they're not. The vast majority of people who move out-of-state are just moving to a neighboring county that's across a state line. If that stopped then WV would probably be seeing slow growth instead of decline. If there's a question in there it's more like, "what's the dynamic, what are the push/pull factors for so many people moving across a county line but out of state?" Is it cheaper housing? Newer housing? Better schools? Lower taxes? Someone moving from Morgantown to Mt. Morris, PA isn't moving to a new job market so these moves that are 10-15 miles down the road can't really be about the jobs. Or can they?

Here's maybe an easier way to visualize the movement. It's less accurate because it obscures all the people moving across a river but staying in the same metro but I think gives a better understanding of where people are going when they really leave town (not just move 10 miles away). Here's people leaving just the Charleston metro area and which metro area they're moving to. Far and away, the largest number of people leaving the Charleston area are going to a non-metro area (mostly within WV) and the next 3 on the list are in state.

Outside Metro Area within U.S. or Puerto Rico 2,023
Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH Metro Area 1,211
Beckley, WV Metro Area 529
Morgantown, WV Metro Area 495
Columbus, OH Metro Area 330
Lexington-Fayette, KY Metro Area 298
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA Metro Area 211
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area 165
North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL Metro Area 131
Richmond, VA Metro Area 125
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX Metro Area 122
Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area 105
Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metro Area 101
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metro Area 94
Austin-Round Rock, TX Metro Area 92
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metro Area 84
San Diego-Carlsbad, CA Metro Area 84
Tyler, TX Metro Area 84
Wheeling, WV-OH Metro Area 84
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC Metro Area 77

For people leaving Huntington (keep in mind that these numbers are going to be heavily weighted by people already living in OH or KY)
Outside Metro Area within U.S. or Puerto Rico 4,368
Charleston, WV Metro Area 1,799
Columbus, OH Metro Area 814
Lexington-Fayette, KY Metro Area 598
Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN Metro Area 554
Morgantown, WV Metro Area 480
Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN Metro Area 221
Dayton, OH Metro Area 208
Jacksonville, FL Metro Area 194
Wheeling, WV-OH Metro Area 175
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Metro Area 166
Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX Metro Area 161
Parkersburg-Vienna, WV Metro Area 160
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC Metro Area 156
Weirton-Steubenville, WV-OH Metro Area 154
Beckley, WV Metro Area 149
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area 141
Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV Metro Area 138
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metro Area 133
Cleveland-Elyria, OH Metro Area 125

Folks leaving Morgantown - I'm guessing at least part of what's happening there is people going back to where they came from or going to grad school somewhere else:

Outside Metro Area within U.S. or Puerto Rico 2,209
Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area 1,036
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area 476
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area 413
Charleston, WV Metro Area 256
Wheeling, WV-OH Metro Area 213
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metro Area 205
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD Metro Area 199
Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH Metro Area 178
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC Metro Area 115
Parkersburg-Vienna, WV Metro Area 106
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Metro Area 104
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA Metro Area 100
Raleigh, NC Metro Area 98
Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD Metro Area 95
Athens-Clarke County, GA Metro Area 91
Beckley, WV Metro Area 87
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metro Area 82
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Metro Area 82
Columbus, OH Metro Area 77
Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV Metro Area 72
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC Metro Area 71
Cumberland, MD-WV Metro Area 69
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metro Area 68
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL Metro Area 68
Cleveland-Elyria, OH Metro Area 59




I'd call it an exodus if thousands more people are moving out vs moving in.

Americans are leaving a lot of states and the population of some of those states are only being sustained by immigrants and the children those immigrants have. But the birthrates everywhere in the US are below replacement level. It's been that way for American born women for since 1970 and has been that way for immigrants for about the last 25 years.
https://www.pewresearch.org/social-t...mmigrant-moms/


The fertility rate is even lower in the rest of the developed world and is beginning to become a concern globally.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/birth-r...fewer%20babies.

Anyway, I linked to the article I referenced in the OP - here's more recent news on states that people are leaving.

https://www.bankrate.com/real-estate...ring-pandemic/
Are you analyzing one year, two, a decade? It doesn't fully make sense nor add up when you look at the US Census Bureau who has published data that WVs population is 60k less in 2019 than 2010 - and they didn't all just move right across the river to South Point, OH or to Mt Morris PA.
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Old 04-08-2021, 02:58 PM
 
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Well there is going to be a lot of moving... Weis Markets just built a New store in Martinsburg. Lots of jobs. But Now yesterday I was told they Changing, Jobs Will be LOST! Cashiers No longer needed! All Stores going Self Serve!! Sucks for the Customers Sucks for the workers! O thats right What Workers!
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:59 PM
 
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Are you analyzing one year, two, a decade?
I explained this in the OP - it's data for 2018.

It's based on a 4 year average of samples taken from 2014 to 2018. In other words, it's not likely to be drastically different from one year to the next.

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It doesn't fully make sense nor add up when you look at the US Census Bureau who has published data that WVs population is 60k less in 2019 than 2010
Not sure why it doesn't make sense. This data is also from the Census. You've already explained that people die, people move out, and birth rates are low. People are also born and people also move into WV every year. It's just that the people going out outnumber the people coming in.

The numbers I'm showing are where people are going when they leave and how many. It's not comprehensive. I'm not trying to post a spreadsheet with 2800 rows. I'm just showing the biggest county-to-county or metro-to-metro moves. I'm not showing the net loss or gain between counties. Just trying to give a picture of where people are going.

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and they didn't all just move right across the river to South Point, OH or to Mt Morris PA.
I didn't say they all did. I'm just saying that a plurality of the people who move out of state aren't really leaving whatever area they're from. They're just moving a few miles down the road/over the river.

To put it yet another way - in 2018 the question was asked "Where do you live now, where did you live last year?" There were 97,144 people in WV who lived in some county in WV in 2017 but moved at some point over the course of that year to a different county.

Of those 97,144 people who changed counties, 48,422 moved to some other county in WV. That leaves 48,722 people who left the state.

Of those people who move to another state, 26,000 moved to either PA, MD, VA, KY, or OH. That number jumps to 31,545 if you include TN and NC. Of that 31,545 most of them still live within an hour of WV.
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Old 04-08-2021, 04:35 PM
 
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I explained this in the OP - it's data for 2018.

It's based on a 4 year average of samples taken from 2014 to 2018. In other words, it's not likely to be drastically different from one year to the next.



Not sure why it doesn't make sense. This data is also from the Census. You've already explained that people die, people move out, and birth rates are low. People are also born and people also move into WV every year. It's just that the people going out outnumber the people coming in.

The numbers I'm showing are where people are going when they leave and how many. It's not comprehensive. I'm not trying to post a spreadsheet with 2800 rows. I'm just showing the biggest county-to-county or metro-to-metro moves. I'm not showing the net loss or gain between counties. Just trying to give a picture of where people are going.



I didn't say they all did. I'm just saying that a plurality of the people who move out of state aren't really leaving whatever area they're from. They're just moving a few miles down the road/over the river.

To put it yet another way - in 2018 the question was asked "Where do you live now, where did you live last year?" There were 97,144 people in WV who lived in some county in WV in 2017 but moved at some point over the course of that year to a different county.

Of those 97,144 people who changed counties, 48,422 moved to some other county in WV. That leaves 48,722 people who left the state.

Of those people who move to another state, 26,000 moved to either PA, MD, VA, KY, or OH. That number jumps to 31,545 if you include TN and NC. Of that 31,545 most of them still live within an hour of WV.
Is this normal, or an anomaly, compared to other states of similar size that have their cities mostly on rivers that border other states?

I mean, what percent of ALL migrants in and out of state only end up a county or two away?
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Old 04-09-2021, 11:33 AM
 
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Is this normal, or an anomaly, compared to other states of similar size that have their cities mostly on rivers that border other states?

I mean, what percent of ALL migrants in and out of state only end up a county or two away?
It seems pretty normal to me. Look at NJ, a lot of people move out every year, but the population grows because of immigration and all of the people moving across the river from Pennsylvania and New York. The bulk of people moving into NJ already lived in the New York or Philly metro areas.

Granted, NJ is + 8 million.

So, look at KY, 16% of all people alive who were born in KY currently live in OH or IN.
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Old 04-11-2021, 12:17 PM
 
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My personal circumstance leaving WV,
Meadow Bridge WV Fayette County
Ravenswood WV Jackson County
Wytheville VA Wythe County
Newbridge County Kildare Ireland
Limerick County Limerick Ireland

Which is ironic as my ancestors came from Ireland.So I basically came home.
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