Irish Lives Remembered theme: Women

The Summer 2017 issue of Irish Lives Remembered has been written around the theme of ‘Women’ and is an eclectic mix of articles. As always, Irish Lives Remembered is online and free.

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Spring 2017 issue is better than ever

The latest issue of Irish Lives Remembered is better than ever!

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Photodating opportunity

The latest issue of IrishLivesRemembered is available!

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Irish Lives Remembered, Summer 2016

The Summer 2o16 issue of Irish Lives Remembered carries many stories about World War I. And more!

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New issue of Irish Lives Remembered

The September/October issue of Irish Lives Remembered is available online.

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Researching Longford and Missouri

The July/August issue of Irish Lives Remembered, online and free, spotlights County Longford and the state of Missouri.

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“Tracing the Irish in Minnesota”

The May/June issue of Irish Lives Remembered genealogy e-magazine is now available, and guess what? In it you’ll find an article by Joe Buggy entitled “Tracing the Irish in Minnesota.”

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The Irish in Pennsylvania – and more

The January/February 2015 issue of Irish Lives Remembered is packed with articles of interest for anyone who’s “into” Irish genealogy. The latest edition highlights County Down, the north island of New Zealand, and the Irish in Pennsylvania – plus lots more. You can read it online (or download the PDF) at http://www.irishlivesremembered.ie/.

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Irish Lives Remembered

The July/August issue of Irish Lives Remembered is now available and chock-full of engaging articles. As always, it is online and free at http://www.irishlivesremembered.ie/.

Handsome George Clooney is pictured on the cover and his Kilkenny connections detailed inside. The Clooney family left Ireland in about 1854 and settled in Kentucky. Coincidentally (or not), another article […]

What Happened to Annie Moore?

The March issue of the free online magazine, Irish Lives Remembered, features several articles about researching in County Limerick. However, I had to stop my browsing and immediately read the entire article about Annie Moore.

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