Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Latest Irish Lives Remembered magazine has Fermanagh focus

From Irish Lives Remembered magazine (

Irish Lives Remembered - Genealogy Magazine Nov/Dec 2014

The November/December edition (26th issue) of Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy e-Magazine is now live and can be read/downloaded FREE of charge via or directly at

Topics of interest covered in our latest issue include:
· Fiona Fitzsimons from Eneclann shares her research on Princess Charlene of Monaco’s Irish Family History (Part 1 – The Fagans of Feltrim)
· Brid Nowlan covers Seattle Mayor, Ed Murray's Irish heritage trail - From
Ireland to Elma

Tracing your FERMANAGH Ancestors (16 pages)
· An Introduction to County Fermanagh
· Researching Fermanagh Ancestry with Irish World
· Findmypast Ireland Fermanagh records
· Fermanagh Genealogy Centre & Fermanagh Family History Society
· Fermanagh Gold forum on Roots Web
· PRONI - Meet the Ancestors through Fermanagh Weekly Papers
· Enniskillen born Lizzy Emerson emigrates to New Zealand

· Joe Buggy looks at tracing the Irish in Illinois
· Maureen Wlodarczyk researches The Irish Regiment - The Ninth Connecticut Volunteers

General News
· ACE Irish Genealogy Summer School at University College Cork schedule of speakers for 2015
· Flyleaf Press acquired by Ancestor Network
· Irish Ancestry Research Centre, Limerick recent graduates receive Genealogy Diploma at U.C.C.
· Fly Leaf Press are offering a special discount to Irish Lives readers on their title ‘Tracing Your Roscommon Ancestors’
· Merriman Research & Training latest projects, Dromona 800 & George Boole 200
· Photo Historian, Jayne Shrimpton talks us through a 1913 image of Irish Tenor, John McCormack and family on route to New York
· A new destination for emigrants from north west Ireland to Australia 1830-1850
· Findmypast Fridays - thousands of new records every Friday
· News, Events and Book store

(With thanks to Eileen Munnelly)


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