Genealogy (22)

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Mountshannon to Sheffield UK

Looking for the Irish roots of my great grandmother, Mary Halloran. According to unverified family lore, she was born in Mountshannon circa…

Started by James McKinley

5 Oct 30, 2014
Reply by Kathleen Flynn

Burial Records

I am at the end of my rope attempting to locate where my gr grandparents are buried. I have both of their death certificates that state the…

Started by Lisa Shea Megna

0 Oct 29, 2014

Famine Irish in Chicago

I am 4th generation Chicago Irish. I am trying to find out where in Ireland my 2x great grandparents were from. I've narrowed two of them d…

Started by Mary Egan

22 Oct 23, 2014
Reply by Mary Egan

Finding my great grandmother's family

I am interested in completing my family tree with regards to my paternal grandfather's mother, Lucretia Jane McGuigan who was born on 22 Ap…

Started by Kathy A. Trahan

2 May 17, 2014
Reply by Kathy A. Trahan

Founding Member

Tracing your roots with 'The Down Survey'.

Trinity College Dublin

Started by Nollaig 2016

2 May 2, 2014
Reply by Nollaig 2016

Searching for Info About a Site in Donegal

Hello all, About ten years ago I was in Donegal and a local was nice enough to drive me around for an afternoon (we have since lost touch…

Started by Darvis McCoy

9 Mar 12, 2014
Reply by Darvis McCoy

Founding Member

Is Ancestry.com Monopolizing the Genealogy Market?

Interesting Article Here.   Today’s announcement (here) that Ancestry.com has acquired the popular collaborative genealogy site Find A Grav…

Started by Nollaig 2016

5 Dec 10, 2013
Reply by Margaret McKeown

When it comes to Genealogy it's not the Devil that is hidden in the details, but the Forgotten Journeys.

After you have found those source documents, don't forget to read them. Sometimes you can get an overriding theme by taking the same docume…

Started by Timothy McQuaid

1 Oct 3, 2013
Reply by Bit Devine

'Smash Through the Wall' in Your Genealogy Research

Are you working on filling out the branches of your family tree? Have you hit the proverbial wall in your genealogy research? Your fellow…

Started by The Wild Geese

16 Oct 1, 2013
Reply by James McNamara

Founding Member

2 of the easiest free searches for genealogy in Ireland

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/ http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/search/

Started by Nollaig 2016

3 Oct 1, 2013
Reply by Timothy McQuaid

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