Friday, 8 November 2013

Irish Lives Remembered November 2013 issue now online

The November issue (18th edition) of Irish Lives Remembered FREE Genealogy e-Magazine is now LIVE to read/download via Packed with 64 pages of Irish genealogy news, events and resources to help you research your Irish ancestry which includes:
  • Photo historian Jayne Shrimpton covers a family group from St. John’s Hill in Waterford
  • University College Cork launch their 2nd Irish Genealogy Summer School - Ancestral Connections, Names Places and Spaces
  • Findmypast Ireland announces a new partnership with and releases over 13 million records plus another 2.3 million court records
  • The Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses & Estates at the History Department at NUI Maynooth are inviting submissions for papers for their 12th annual conference in May 2014 - The Country House & The Great War – The European Experience
  • Fiona Fitzsimons guides us through whats on offer for researching Irish Family History Online
  • Shauna Hicks takes a look at Finding the Irish in Colonial Victoria
  • IARC in Limerick announce the winner of the Dromoland Castle giveaway
  • American genealogist, Maureen Wlodarczyk highlights the disappointment the Irish faced when they arrived in America in The Street were paved with cobblestones – not gold.
  • The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland provides a glimpse of what’s available in their Pre 1858 Wills records
  • The work of Lady Londonderry and the Women’s Legion in the Londonderry Papers
  • Michael Merrigan encourages philanthropy in genealogy at home and abroad
  • Sophia Hillen shares her story of Jane Austen’s nieces in Ireland, May, Lou & Cass Knight
  • Laois Tourism shows us what’s on offer in the County
  • Records available at Laois Library & Archives
  • Dr Paul MacCotter discusses Laois surnames
  • List of useful links for tracing your Laois Ancestors
  • Archive of the month for Church of Ireland
  • The Feerick family gathering celebrate a reunion in Westport
  • Events, Seminars, Courses, Books and much more

(With thanks to Eileen Munnelly)


My latest book, Discover Scottish Civil Registration Records, is now available from (print) and (ebook), whilst Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet is available at My next Pharos Scottish course, Scotland 1750-1850: Beyond the OPRs, starts Nov 13th - see

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