Millions of Irish Prison Registers Go Online

For the many people who are researching Irish heritage … if you have convicts or criminals in your family, it just a whole lot easier, thanks to Findmypast.ie putting over 4 million Irish Prison Records online.

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I Seek Dead People T-Shirt – Limited Time Offer

We have had several requests asking us to import the “I Seek Dead People” t-shirt from our supplier in the US, so have decided to make it an open offer to everyone, for a limited time. And I’m sure it’ll prove popular, as this is something all die-hard genealogists are going to want, I mean need …

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99 Things Genealogy Meme – Aussie Style

The original “99 Things Genealogy Meme” from 2009 was distinctly US flavoured, but now thanks to an Aussie geneablogger we have “99 Things Genealogy Meme – Aussie Style”. Traditionally I’m not into doing meme’s but this was was about genealogy so was worthwhile. So take a look, and see how many apply to you. And Aussie geneabloggers please take part ….

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Irish Certificate of Heritage

Do your ancestral roots descend from Ireland, and are proud of these Irish roots? If you answered yes to both, be sure to get your Irish Certificate of Heritage. The Irish government has confirmed it will finally introduce a new “Certificate of Irish Heritage”. This will be available to people with Irish heritage around the world, who do not qualify for Irish citizenship.

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Highlight: History and Genealogy 2011: Australia and New Zealand

If you are an individual, society, archive, library, or an organisation interested in either history or genealogy, you will want this “History and Genealogy 2011″ in your collection. This is not a HOW-TO book, but rather a collection of articles on a whole range of topics relating to Australia and New Zealand history and genealogy.

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New Zealand Family History Fair – 26-27 August 2011

Hamilton played host to the New Zealand Family History Fair in 2010. This was a huge success, as over a 1000 people enjoyed the many exhibits and seminars on offer, as well as the opportunity to take advantage of FREE access to websites. Now it’s on again, and bigger than last year!!

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President Obama Thanks Genealogists for Researching his Irish Family Roots

There seems to be a trend these days of if you are a celebrity (or in this case a President of the US), you will get your family history researched for you. This difference with this story, is that President Obama not only appreciated it, but also thanked those who researched his Irish roots.

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New Genealogy Records Online – July 2011

We’re not quite at the end of the month, yet July has been a has been a BIG, BIG month for new genealogy records online, particularly with the big players in the field. Military records, Wills, Business records, Convicts, Civil Registrations, Parish Registers, Directories, and Cemetery records

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Cyndi’s List Launches a New Website

Cyndi’s List is the Mega Site of genealogy gateway sites. With over 300,000 links and growing daily it is THE place to start. Cyndi’s List has just had a major upgrade, so if you haven’t visited the Cyndi’s List website recently, it’s time for a revisit!

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Guild of One-Name Studies has a Special Offer for New Members

The Guild of One-Name Studies is offering new members a very special deal of extended membership. The offer is available to all who attend the upcoming Yorkshire Family History Fair being held in York (yes, in England), on Saturday 25th June. It is also being offered to those who cannot attend through their website for a limited time.

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Got Genealogy News? Let us Know!

We’d like to help get your news out there. So if you, or any organisation (society, museum, archive, online data provider) wishes us to help spread the word about anything genealogy related, please send an email to me at news@gould.com.au.

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Ask Away on #AskArchivists Day on 9 June 2011

Thursday June 9, 2011 is #AskArchivists Day on Twitter, which is being held to coincide with International Archives Day. On that day everybody can ask questions to archivists in the world on Twitter. The Twitter event is an international happening, so every archive and archivist in the world can take part.

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New Scottish, German and Australian Military Titles from Unlock the Past

It’s been a busy time recently for Unlock the Past, and their publications list continues to grow. This month we’ve already seen the release of three new titles added to the Unlock the Past range … Scottish, German and Australian military are all covered.

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