Correcting 1901/1911 census transcriptions

Last week, when I found no Monday posting on John Grenham’s blog, I thought perhaps he (like me) was on a road trip taking him away from his computer and genealogical pursuits. Not the case!

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Research tip of the week

Eneclann’s weekly newsletters include lots of genealogical news tidbits. One of the regular features is “Research Tip of the Week.”

The research tip in the most recent newsletter, written by Carmel Gilbride, has an intriguing opening paragraph:

When an emigrant has left Ireland prior to 1901, we largely think that might be the end of […]

Brian Mitchell’s “Big Four” Irish Online Databases for the Family Historian

What a blog treat we have for you today: Irish website recommendations from Brian Mitchell! Brian is an internationally-recognized genealogist, an authority on County Derry, and the author of several Irish genealogy reference books including A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland, A Guide to Irish Parish Registers, Irish Passenger Lists 1847-1871, and Genealogy at a […]