Grenham’s guide to online Irish records

John Grenham now seems nicely moved-in and settled at his new website home, johngrenham.com. Today he blogs about his updated answer to the question, “What Irish genealogical records are online?”

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A must-read for everyone who does family history research on the internet! Here’s the link to his blog: www.johngrenham.com/blog/.

In August Grenham will be crossing the Atlantic (and half the U.S.) to address the Celtic Connections Conference ’16 in St Louis Park, MN, on August 5-6. His presentations — “Why Are Irish Names Uniquely Slippery?” on Friday and the Saturday keynote “Free at Last: Why Irish Records Are So Peculiar & So Cheap” — are sure to be informative and entertaining.

Will you be at the conference to hear him? Register now: http://celtic-connections.org/. The July 1 deadline for advance registration is fast-approaching.

Pictured at left, Grenham converses with a CCC ’14 attendee in Waltham, MA.

 

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