Did the irish people come from scotland?
No. It was the other way round with Irish explorers settling in Scotland which is named after an Irish tribe called the Scotti.
- Irish-Scots are people in Scotland who are of immediate or traceably distinct Irish ancestry .Although there has been migration from Ireland (especially Ulster) to Britain for millennia permanently changing the historic landscape of Scotland and North of England forever, Irish migration to Scotland increased in the nineteenth century, and was highest following the Great Famine.
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