Updated Irish Genealogy e-book

Claire Santry of Irish Genealogy News has updated her e-book with record collections released in 2016.

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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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Catching up with Claire

In her January 12th blog, Claire Santry posted the “catch-up dozen” of Irish Genealogy News items.

Read all about it here: www.irishgenealogynews.com/.

NEHGS launches database

I’m posting this from Morocco. In between tours, including visits to Berber families living in caves and tents and a dromedary ride in the Sahara Desert, I’ve had little time for genealogy research. However if your ancestors passed through greater Boston, read on.

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More Black Friday specials

If eating too much turkey on Thanksgiving made you so sleepy you forgot today was Black Friday, here’s a reminder about some of the special genealogy-related deals available today or through the weekend.

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More about GRO bmd records

Today John Grenham chimes in with praise for additions to IrishGenealogy‘s birth, marriage and death records.

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Ups and downs

A couple days ago I passed along Claire Santry’s blog posting about the release of General Register Office civil records free on Irishgenealogy.ie. If you’ve been following her story, you know the website has been experiencing ups and downs for several days.

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GRO’s civil registers now online

Claire Santry’s Irish Genealogy News is always the place to go for the very latest in Irish goings-on. Today’s posting is no exception.

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Cork ancestors? Free guide available

Claire Santry’s Irish Genealogy News includes a welcome announcement for anyone researching in County Cork.

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List of Church of Ireland parish registers updated

The List of Church of Ireland Parish Registers has been revised and color-coded to show what survives and where it’s located – and now it includes live links to parish record sources (copies, transcripts and indexes).

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