We also have a new member who probably belongs to the Group 4 Curleys. With only a 12 marker DNA test, it isn't certain. But a 67 marker upgrade is in process, so we'll find out soon enough. This lineage traces to Berries, Kiltoom, Roscommon, clustering with the previously known members of this group in East Galway. I believe Group 4 is the original genetic lineage of the Irish Curleys, so we should expect the geographic distribution of this lineage to correspond with the documented history of the Curley family - spread throughout the Galway/Roscommon area and Monaghan/Louth to the north.
Finally, we have a new genetic lineage from the Galway area Curleys. This time it's from Aughrim, Galway, practically next door to the other genetic lineages in Ballinasloe and Taghmaconnell. This lineage has probably been genetically split from the other Galway area Curleys by yet another NPE. I've labelled this new Galway lineage as Group 6, and renumbered many of the other groups to make room for it in the sequence.