Finding living descendants

Looking ahead, what do you have planned for Saturday morning, April 8? I invite you to join me to learn about “Finding Living Descendants: Tracing Your Family Forward.”

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Trivia for a St Patrick’s dinner party

These tidbits came from an article in the Minneapolis StarTribune (Monday, March 13, 2017):

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Half-price sale at AncestryIreland

To coincide with St Patrick’s Day, the Ulster Historical Foundation is offering their 2 million pay-per-view birth, marriage and death records for Counties Antrim and Down – as well as their Gravestone records – at half-price.

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Double your Shamrock Fund donations

The Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI) is an all-volunteer society, and membership dues don’t cover all the costs of running the non-profit organization.

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Ancestry offering free access thru Mar 19

The week of St Patrick’s Day is definitely a good time to do a little research! Ancestry.com is offering free access to its Irish collection, until 11:59 pm on Sunday, March 19.

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More about the surname project and SNPs

If you’ve met my husband Bill, you know he’s a unique character. DNA testing has confirmed just how unusual he is.

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Spring 2017 issue is better than ever

The latest issue of Irish Lives Remembered is better than ever!

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Santry’s Irish Genealogy News

Part of my daily routine is to check Claire Santry’s blog, IrishGenealogyNews.

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Likes and dislikes of Ireland

IrishCentral recently published “What Irish Americans most like and dislike about Ireland.”

Getting the most out of Ancestry.com

Saturday, March 11, is IRISH SATURDAY, sponsored by the Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI). On the second Saturday of most months, you can join us for classes at the MGS Library or get help with your Irish genealogical research.

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