Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Irish Lives Remembered - April issue now available

The April issue (11th edition) of Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy eMagazine is now LIVE & FREE at http://bit.ly/10PkM2x

Packed with 60 pages of family history resources and stories to help trace your Irish ancestors with a focus on Roscommon Genealogy & Heritage (15 pages) below and 7 pages dedicated to Tom Cruise's Ancestry.

o Fáilte Ireland showcasing what Roscommon has to offer
o John Hamrock talks us through Tracing Your Roscommon Ancestors
o The County Roscommon Heritage & Genealogy Centre
o Surnames of County Roscommon
o Genealogy resources at Roscommon Library & Archives
o Useful Roscommon genealogy links
o Ireland Reaching Out XO in Roscommon
o International Famine Conference at Strokestown Park
o Sample of Roscommon Gatherings

Eneclann uncovers Hollywood Actor Tom Cruise’s Ancestry

Renowned genealogist, Eileen O 'Dúill joins the teaching panel at Irish Ancestry Research Centre (IARC) in Limerick

Updates from Findmypast Ireland to include: Canterbury Collections, how Tom Cruise’s ancestors were found on their database and release of 3 million baptism, marriage and burial records for Westminster

Ancestry.com release the Morpeth Roll with over 160,000 names

University College Cork invites you to their Irish Genealogical Summer School – Ancestral Connections, Names Places & Spaces

Jayne Shrimpton talks us through a 1922 High Society Wedding in Kilkenny

East Kerry Roots Festival & Brosnan Family Gathering

Michael Merrigan outlines some gems in Maynooth Studies Local History publications

Irish Loved Ones Missing ‘Down Under’ looks at Tasmanian Police Reports

Maureen Wlodarczyk shares her collection of historical Irish Schoolgirl Samplers

Aine McCormack finds letter from Clontarf Minnesota to Skerries in Dublin in 1899

The Newry born Mallaghan Brothers in Gallipoli

Genealogy Events Guide

Genealogy & Heritage Store

(With thanks to Eileen Munnelly)


My new book, Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet, is now available from Pen and Sword. For my other genealogy books, please visit  http://britishgenes.blogspot.co.uk/p/my-books.html; whilst for my online Scottish based genealogy courses please visit the Pharos Teaching and Tutoring Ltd site.

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