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. Continue reading More about the surname project and SNPs

Spring 2017 issue is better than ever

The latest issue of Irish Lives Remembered is better than ever! Continue reading Spring 2017 issue is better than ever

Santry’s Irish Genealogy News

Part of my daily routine is to check Claire Santry’s blog, IrishGenealogyNews. Continue reading Santry’s Irish Genealogy News

1/3 off RootsIreland subscription

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from RootsIreland! They’re offering 1/3 off a 12-month subscription. Continue reading 1/3 off RootsIreland subscription

Likes and dislikes of Ireland

IrishCentral recently published “What Irish Americans most like and dislike about Ireland.” Continue reading Likes and dislikes of 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. Continue reading Getting the most out of Ancestry.com

Comparing the “Big Four”

Do you ever wonder which online genealogy service is best? The “Big Four” are Ancestry, FamilySearch, findmypast and MyHeritage.  Continue reading Comparing the “Big Four”

Unusual sources for Irish research

In the latest issue of Irish Roots Magazine, genealogist Elaine Hannon provided “7 Unusual Ways to Trace Your Irish Ancestors”: Continue reading Unusual sources for Irish research

Generation Ireland summer camp

Looking for a unique summer experience for the teenager in your family?
Continue reading Generation Ireland summer camp

Green Bay lecture tour schedue

The following press release contains more information about the schedule for the Wisconsin appearance of Ulster Historical Foundation speakers in Green Bay on March 13: Continue reading Green Bay lecture tour schedue