The beauty of being a male line Keane is that the answer is in your genes. The Y chromosome is passed from father to son largely unchanged, just like the surname. So Y-DNA is ideal for same-surname studies. The Keanes of Connemara & Mayo are well represented in the Cain DNA project at www.familytreedna.com/public/Cain-Caine & could potentially prove to be the 2nd biggest O'Cahan sept, after the Kanes of Ulster.
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