Thursday, 13 March 2014

Irish Lives Remembered - free March 2014 issue now available

From Irish Lives Remembered:

The March issue (22nd edition) of Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy e-Magazine is now live and FREE to read/download via

In this edition we are delighted to showcase Riverdance Composer, Bill Whelan’s Family History researched by the team at Irish Ancestry Research Centre in Limerick.

Tracing your Limerick Ancestors (26 pages)
· Dr. James Ryan & Margaret Franklin guide us through researching your Limerick Ancestors
· Photo Historian, Jayne Shrimpton covers a New York image of Limerick born Actress, Ada Rehan
· Limerick Genealogy Day invites you all to a free event in Christ Church
· Findmypast Ireland, Limerick Genealogy, Limerick City Library, Limerick Studies, Limerick Life, Limerick Archives & Limerick Museum showcase what records they hold for the city & county
· Irish Ancestry Research Centre & Bridget Bray team up for ‘The Genealogy Event’ this August

Tracing the Irish in New York
· Joe Buggy provides an overview on where to research the Irish in New York
· We take a look inside Joe’s new book Finding the Irish in New York City
· Renowned U.S. Genealogist, Megan Smolenyak finds the real Annie Moore
· Maureen Wlodarczyk covers the story of Cavan born Mary Anne Madden Sadlier

Other News
· Brian Donovan from Eneclann shares his views on why Genealogy & Family History should become an industry
· Findmypast Ireland showcase their new FREE APP ‘I Once Was’
· Win a copy of The Morpeth Roll book courtesy of Four Courts Press
· Michael Merrigan discusses the Battle of Clontarf 1014 and its historical importance
· Lorna Moloney invites you to the Irish Genealogy Summer School at University College Cork
· Australian Family Historian Shauna Hicks helps you trace the Irish in the Northern Territory
· Celtic Ashes launches a new range of cremation jewellery to remember your Irish loved ones

(With thanks to Eileen Munnelly)


Time to find your inner Irish...! All the best online Irish genealogy resources can be found through my book Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet - in print and ebook formats. "Very useful, makes me wish I was Irish!" - Saint Patrick, patron saint.

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