Irish and Udmurts Share “Redheadedness”

Fascinating information on the frequency and history of redheadedness

Ed Mooney Photography

Today is a first for this blog, So I am delighted to introduce you to my first ever guest blogger; Steve Hague from Life in Russia. Steve is a keen Traveller, Photographer, Business Coach and Writer. We have known each other from the early days when we both begun blogging and have been following each other ever since. After moving to Russia to be with his wife and family a couple of years ago, Steve embarked on a new adventure and begun learning a new language and exploring the depths of the Russian culture.  Some time ago I wrote a two part article on the Heritage and history of my town, for Steve’s blog which you can read HERE and HERE. So now it is Steve’s turn, I have to admit, I was delighted to read this interesting and well researched article, as both my wife and daughter are…

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6 thoughts on “Irish and Udmurts Share “Redheadedness””

    1. Yes…I thought it was fascinating! They said red hair skips a generation, but this historical information puts everything in place! Thanks for sharing…it is a great article that Steve Hague, at the blog-Life in Russia, spent lots of time researching!

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