Thanks to IGP
- IRISH CLIPS AND SNIPS
- BROADFORD BAPTISMS
- TRANSCRIPTIONS, incl. KILMURRY IBRICKANE BAPTISMAL REGISTERS 1839-1881 and MARRIAGES
- KILMALEY PARISH BAPTISMS, CO CLARE 1828-1882
- THEY MADE THEIR MARK
- FROM WHENCE THEY CAME....
- GENEALOGY GATHERINGS, ITEMS OF INTEREST and LISTS
- BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES - TRANSCRIPTIONS
- BIOGRAPHIES... GENERAL Plus CLARE ROOTS SOCIETY
- MISSING FRIENDS
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Monday, 24 November 2014
This is not something I would normally do, repost almost a whole newsletter, however I thought this would be of interest to quite a number of my readers.
Philippa doesn't only write about the The Great Parchment Book Project, rather she has lots of items of interest to all researching in Ireland.
Saturday, 22 November 2014
Thursday, 20 November 2014
CLARE ROOTS SOCIETY AND CLARE LIBRARY PRESENT
PAPAL ARMY SUBSCRIPTION LISTS PART II
In a recent post, I told of the project involving Clare Roots Society and Clare Library in compiling and transcribing the lists of those who paid subscriptions to support the Papal Army..
you can read that initial post here
This article from the Clare Champion will give you more detail.
Over time, I will post various other articles to do with the Papal Army that portray the opinions of others around the world. They will also enlighten you as to the futility of what was happening, despite the dedication of so many.
This project could not have happened without the skilled assistance of so many volunteer transcribers, who offered their services yet again, the moment they were asked.
The subscription list can be found
along with the names of all involved in this project
Thank you all,
your contribution to family history
is very much appreciated.
You can enlarge this clipping by clicking on it.
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Patrick Street, Cork City
CORK CITY AND COUNTY ARCHIVES
is one of the oldest local archive services in the country, and its collections span over 400 years of history. You can Explore Your Archive by visiting it in person, or by browsing through the online collections page.
Just a small sample from the collection...
For the soup kitchens...
Return of Paupers...
Tuesday, 11 November 2014
IRISH ANZACS in WW1
As of October, 2014, all that has changed, thanks to a project conducted by UNSW, the University of NSW. To give you an idea of what records are available, I have selected just a few...
You can find many others here..
On page 4, of his 27 page record, you will see that he was 5'9" of ruddy complexion...
Michael Dillon of Kilrush