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Genealogy – a guide to researching your family tree

Where to Start?? So you are looking to research your family tree.  But where to start?  The best place to begin is with your immediate family, grandparents, aunts, uncles and first cousins.  Once you have these listed, you have a three generation family tree. A good place to expand from! The next step is to […]

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A New Family History Research Facility

On 16th June 2010, Mary Hanafin T.D., Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport and the Archbishop of Dublin, The Most Rev. Dr. John R.W. Neill, launched the remaining Church of Ireland records of Dublin City and counties Kerry and Carlow. Also, a subset of the Roman Catholic parishes in the Diocese of Cork & Ross […]

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Census of Cork 1911 now online

The household returns and ancillary records for the censuses of Ireland 1911 for the County of Cork are now online. This is a valuable source of information for all of us, particularly historians and genealogists. Visit: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie

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