All Discussions Tagged 'Genealogy' (6)

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Mrs. Obama and Your Ancestry Search

How much do you really want to know about your family history?  What if you discover an ancestor that led a life incompatible with your mor…

Started by Kelly O'Rourke

0 Nov 19, 2014

Rhode Island's Irish

By 1870, Rhode Island had one of the largest percentages of Irish living in its cities and towns of any state in the Union. If you share th…

Started by Ray McKenna

20 Apr 1, 2014
Reply by Ray McKenna

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

IrishGenealogy.ie has just been relaunched by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht

http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/  From here you can access 1901 and 1911 census information, Griffiths Valuations, Tithe Applotment Records…

Started by The Wild Geese

4 Apr 4, 2013
Reply by The Wild Geese

Irish State Papers now available at PRONI:Of unique significance as most Irish records of the Dublin Castle administration before 1790 were destroyed in the burning of the Public Record Office in 1922

The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland is pleased to inform users that PRONI is now a subscriber to the Irish State Papers online. Us…

Started by The Wild Geese

0 Mar 12, 2013

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