Irish Archives Resource – A Genealogist’s Dream

The Irish Archives Resource is an “online database which contains searchable archival descriptions. It does not hold any archives or records but provides a means to search archival descriptions from various contributing institutions”, and allows you to search the holdings of 34 archives in from the one website. So in some ways is similar to UKs Access to Archives (A2A) website.

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Historic Graves Project Helps Get Irish Gravestone Photos Online

The Historic Graves Project is an Irish-based community-focused heritage project, that aims to work with indivduals and groups around the whole of Ireland to record by photographing and transcribing the details from over 3600 graveyards around the country.

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More Irish Genealogy Resources Available Online

Irish genealogy. Millions of people around the world have Irish roots, and everyone says it’s researching Ireland is hard. OK, maybe that is a slight exaggeration, but trust me it’s getting easier. The number of records available online continues to boom, and this includes Irish genealogy records too.

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FindMyPast Australia Adds BDM Records and Passenger Lists

The new records just keen on coming on Findmypast.com.au. In the Australian data that they’ve recently added, you’ll find passenger lists and BDM records. All good stuff, and all key records for researchers.

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Shamrock in the Bush 2013: Celebrating Irish Heritage in Australia

“Shamrock in the Bush” is a weekend with a difference. Now in its 21st year, this is a gathering for those with a love of history and culture which is unashamedly (although not exclusively), Irish in flavour!

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Free Access to Irish BDM Records from findmypast

To mark the anniversary of the destruction of the Public Records Office of Ireland on June 30, 1922 findmypast (which includes England, Ireland, US and Australia) are giving you FREE access to their Irish Birth, Death & Marriage records from Thursday 27 June through until Sunday 30 June …

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Tracing Your Irish Ancestors – Research Guides

Working in a bookshop I get excited when new books are released. Especially when nothing, or at least nothing recent has been published on that topic. Today I want to highlight a range of Irish research guides that have been published by Flyleaf Press. Their guides have become ‘standard’ research tools for those researching their Irish roots …

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A Must for Every Irish Researcher’s Bookshelf

The Irish Family and Local History Handbook is one of those books that if you are researching Irish family history, you simply need to have. And no, I’m not saying that to try and sell more books, I don’t like people that do that, I am simply stating that it is the type of book that you will continually refer to.

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New Free eMagazine – Irish Lives Remembered

“Irish Lives Remembered”, is a new magazine that is dedicated to Irish genealogy and history. It is also environmentally friendly too as it is an eMagazine, meaning that it is available to read online on your computer, mobile device or tablet, and best of all, it is FREE. Each issue contains approx. 60 pages of hints, tips and stories regarding Irish genealogy, there’s something for every level of researcher here.

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Highlight: John Grenham’s Tracing Your Irish Ancestors, 4th Edition

The best book ever written on Irish genealogy, John Grenham’s “Tracing Your Irish Ancestors” has a new edition. It retains the familiar structure of previous editions while at the same time providing a directory to online records for your Irish research.

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It’s a Big Week for Irish Genealogy

It’s not even the end of the week, but it’s been a BIG week for Irish Genealogy!! Why you ask?? Simple … two major new books relating to Irish genealogy have just been released, and we have both in stock now.

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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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The Irish Family and Local History Handbook – Pre-Order Now

Ever wanted a book which contains an enormous amount of information about Irish genealogy (although not technically a how-to book), as well as a listing of archives and societies you can contact? Well stay tuned … it’s almost here … the publishers of the annual English publication ‘The Family and Local History Handbook’ (currently up to number 13), are now set to bring you the IRISH version of this.

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