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Irish History Lantern Slides Digitised

Started this discussion. Last reply by Annemarie Healy Mar 21, 2014. 1 Reply

More than 1,500 lantern slides…Continue

Tags: Independence, Easter Rising

Online access to Irish Wills

Started Mar 17, 2014 0 Replies

Just for St. Patrick's Day, origins.net is allowing free access to their Irish Wills Index 1484-1858…Continue

Irish Army Census records now searchable by name

Started this discussion. Last reply by Terry Lloyd Mar 12, 2013. 1 Reply

The Irish Army Census was a snapshot of the National (Free State) Army taken at midnight on 12/13 November, 1922, during the guerrilla phase of the Irish Civil War. The census records details of more…Continue

Irish Prison Registers now available online

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gerry Regan Nov 14, 2011. 1 Reply

The Irish National Archives collection of Irish Prison Registers from 1790-1924 has been digitised and made available through the family history site findmypast.ieThe collection contains over 130,000…Continue

 

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Arthur Robert Edmond Holt - my Great-Grandfather

"Hi Mari, it's great to hear from you. I have also been in touch with Jean. She only lives about 15 miles away from where I live here in Coventry (and works only about 8 miles away), while one of her brothers also lives in Coventry.Eileen is…"
Jun 19
Mari Steed commented on Kieron Punch's photo
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Arthur Robert Edmond Holt - my Great-Grandfather

"And sorry, forgot to answer the question about Eileen: I had never heard of her. Is she listed in any of the census, 1901 or 1911? I don't even recall coming across a birth entry for her."
Jun 16
Mari Steed commented on Kieron Punch's photo
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Arthur Robert Edmond Holt - my Great-Grandfather

"That's incredible. To be honest, I'm sort of a "wrong side of the blanket" relation, the result of an affair between Arthur White and my late mum. I was actually put in touch with Arthur's family by Dave Hilton, who spotted…"
Jun 16
John Anthony Brennan commented on Kieron Punch's blog post Paddy the Navvy
"Excellent article."
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Paddy the Navvy

"In eighteen hundred and forty-four I landed on the Liverpool shore Me belly was empty me hands were raw With working on the railway, the railway I'm weary of the railway Poor paddy works on the railway" (from Poor Paddy on the Railway by The Dubliners…See More
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Paddy the Navvy

"In eighteen hundred and forty-four I landed on the Liverpool shore Me belly was empty me hands were raw With working on the railway, the railway I'm weary of the railway Poor paddy works on the railway" (from Poor Paddy on the Railway by The Dubliners…See More
Jun 2
Kieron Punch commented on The Wild Geese's blog post This Week in the History of the Irish: March 19 - March 25
"My Step-Great-Grandfather, James Lacey, from Castleisland, Co. Kerry, was Chief of Intelligence of 1st Battalion, Kerry No.2 Brigade. He took part in several ambushes but I do not know if he was involved in the Headford ambush."
Mar 21

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Free Access to Irish Family History Resources

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the New England Historic Genealogical Society is allowing free access to its online Irish family history resources from 15-22 March. Sign up for access via the NEHGS's American Ancestors database at the following:…See More
Mar 15
Kieron Punch commented on The Wild Geese's blog post This Week in the History of the Irish: March 5 - March 11
"The home of Limerick Mayor, George Clancy, where he was murdered in the early hours of March 7th, 1921. The house is located down a gated lane (off Clancy's Strand, formerly the North Strand) adjacent to St. Munchin's church and the famous…"
Mar 7

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Nollaig 2016 replied to Kieron Punch's discussion Some Sources for Irish in India Family History
"Nabobs, soldiers and imperial service: the Irish in India"
Oct 30, 2016
Kieron Punch commented on Joe Gannon's blog post Patrick White: A Clareman's Tragic Death on Spike Island
"I managed to find out some more information about Private Marshall Whitehead's family. His father, Harry, was born in 1871 and the census for that year shows that he had 3 sisters and 1 brother. One of the sisters was called Miranda, after whom…"
Oct 5, 2016
Anthony Heaney commented on Kieron Punch's photo
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William Street, Limerick, circa 1930s

"Love the pic shared to my Facebook group  Limerick City Citizens with credit and link back :)"
Aug 21, 2016

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Paddy the Navvy

Posted on June 2, 2017 at 10:30am 1 Comment

"In eighteen hundred and forty-four

I landed on the Liverpool shore

Me belly was empty me hands were raw

With working on the railway, the railway

I'm weary of the railway

Poor paddy works on the railway"

(from Poor Paddy on the Railway by The Dubliners…

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Free Access to Irish Family History Resources

Posted on March 15, 2017 at 10:30am 0 Comments

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the New England Historic Genealogical Society is allowing free access to its online Irish family history resources from 15-22 March. Sign up for access via the NEHGS's American Ancestors database at the following:…

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Tallying the Irish in Britain Over the Past Two Centuries

Posted on March 21, 2016 at 1:00pm 3 Comments

Although the first census of the United Kingdom was held in 1801, it was not until the 1841 census that respondents were asked to state their country of birth, thereby enabling us to see the size of the Irish population in Britain. We cannot, therefore, accurately judge…

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Easter Rising to Irish Civil War Archive Available Online

Posted on February 28, 2016 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

The Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick Library has digitised a selection of photographs, booklets, postcards and reports relating to the Easter Rising, Irish War for Independence and Irish Civil War. The collection is free to view …

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Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 11:00am on September 20, 2011, Gerry Regan said…
Kieron, great to have you aboard here. I'm hoping you might share, as your time allows, some of your family history here, which I've always found fascinating.
At 1:16pm on March 17, 2013, James Francis Smith said…

Kieron

I'm delighted that you're providing such detail about the Irish. I'm trying to flesh out their contributions on this side of the pond. Visit my blog www.theirish-americanstory.com, when you have a few moments.

James Francis Smith

At 1:13pm on November 23, 2015, Jean rice said…
Hi Kieron
Check your Face Book I have left you a message

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