Pesky hand-writing

A New Zealand blog-reader asked us for assistance in interpreting his great-grandfather’s marriage record.

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MN Catholic Parish records on microfilm (Hennepin Co.)

Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI) members often boast about our “Irish Collection” – the books, journals, family histories, maps, and more – housed at the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) Library in South St. Paul. Also part of the collection are 101 rolls of microfilmed records from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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Griffith’s Valuation class

As every Irish family history researcher quickly learns, very few pre-1901 census records survive. Instead we must squeeze out every morsel of information from land surveys completed by Richard Griffiths between 1847 and 1865.

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Upcoming IGSI classes

Here’s the schedule of Irish Saturday classes sponsored by Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI) for May/June/July:

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Case Studies in The Septs

The April 2017 issue of The Septs arrived in our mailbox Wednesday afternoon! What a delight!

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Beginning Irish Research

Saturday, February 11, 2017 – the second Saturday of the month and therefore Irish Saturday at the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) Library – will feature a “Beginning Irish Research” class.

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2017 Irish Saturday classes

Plan now to save the date for the second Saturday of January, February, and March.

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Plan ahead for a busy November 12th

Two big activities are scheduled for Saturday, November 12, and with a little planning you can do both!

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Genealogy for the Advanced

Time to really dig in and conquer those brick walls with practices developed by experts!

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Genealogy for Intermediates

Do you understand the basics of genealogy research (through a class or experience)? Are you ready for more advanced topics?

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