2017 Superstar Genealogists

John D. Reid of Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections blog has announced voting results for 2017 Superstar Genealogists.

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Ballincollig military men in your ancestry?

A remarkable resource is featured as September’s Archive of the Month at the Representative Church Body (RCB) Library. This collection tells the stories of military men and their families based in Ballincollig, County Cork, 1810-1922.

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Naturalization entries in census

I took my own advice by following up on one of the Findmypast tips, from yesterday’s posting here.

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Methodists in Ireland

The 2017 Third Quarter issue of Irish Roots Magazine is out. On the cover is the striking “Kindred Spirits” sculpture, nine stainless steel eagle feathers nearly 23 feet tall.

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Book Review: Irish Genealogy Guide

Claire Santry’s Irish Genealogy Guide: How to Trace Your Ancestors in Ireland is a book deserving of a place in every Irish family historian’s library. Whether you’re brand new to researching or an ‘old hand’ at genealogy, you’ll find value in this guide, published in 2017 by Family Tree Books.

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Take a dip in Familysearch

“New FamilySearch enhanced civil registration collection holds enhanced detail,” says the Irish Genealogy News (IGN) headline.

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Latest issue of Irish Roots Magazine

The 2017 Second Quarter issue of Irish Roots Magazine arrived by email this week. Another fact-filled edition!

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The Family Tree Irish Genealogy Guide

The front cover of the May/June 2017 Family Tree Magazine boasts “Discover Your Irish Roots.”

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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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