Irish Genealogy & Family Roots

Irish Genealogy & Family Roots

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Find Your Irish Roots !!

This group is to help people who want to trace their family history, or who want to link up with extended family members or to seek assistance in tracing their families going back generations.

My Heritage.com-The World's Premium Genealogy Company

Recent Excellent Blogs on Irish Ancestry by My Heritage.com:

http://blog.myheritage.com/2010/08/tracing-your-irish-ancestry/

http://blog.myheritage.com/2010/08/tracing-your-irish-ancestry-part-2/

& a nice piece about RendezVous353:

http://blog.myheritage.com/2010/09/checking-out-rendezvous353-irish-genealogy-networking-and-more/

It's good to know RendezVous353 is being talked about in Australia :
http://paper.li/geniaus/australian-genealogists

For FREE Family Tree Builder from the World's Premium Genealogy Company: http://www.myheritage.com/family-tree-builder?gclid=CIz056mC36MCFQGY2AodYUnT_Q

Happy Family Tree Building !!

Irish Census 1901 & 1901:
Irish National Archives: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/

Hosted by the Irish Government's Department of Tourism, Culture and Sport will help you trace that elusive Irish ancestor:
http://irishgenealogy.ie/







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  • Aidan Killian
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  • Martin O Carroll
  • Michelle Mac Sweeney
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  • Irish  Roots Magazine
    by Irish Roots Magazine 3 years ago
    Subscribe to Irish Roots magazine through www.irishgathering.ie and receive a 15% discount!
  • Irish  Roots Magazine
    by Irish Roots Magazine 3 years ago
    Dublin: History, Heritage and Sport. Local History Day. Sat 18 Sept. Dublin City Library & Archive http://bit.ly/aS8aNE
  • Irish  Roots Magazine
    by Irish Roots Magazine 3 years ago
    After nearly forty years, PRONI's premises at Balmoral Avenue have finally closed to the general public. However, a temporary self service microfilm facility is available at Cregagh Library. This facility will remain in operation until PRONI reopens in Titanic Quarter. Car parking is available on site and in nearby side streets.
  • Irish  Roots Magazine
    by Irish Roots Magazine 3 years ago
    How our 'Irish genetic signature' can help us to trace and understand our susceptibility to certain diseases. http://alturl.com/2n9pj
  • Pat Carroll
    by Pat Carroll 3 years ago
    It's good to know that RendezVous353 is being talked about in Australia today:
    http://paper.li/geniaus/australian-genealogists
  • Irish  Roots Magazine
    by Irish Roots Magazine 3 years ago
    Sport and the City Seminar
    A full-day seminar titled Sport and the City will take place in Dublin City Library & Archive, in association with the Sports History Ireland Association and the Sport & Recreation Unit, Dublin City Council on 11 September 10.00-15.00. Key note speaker will be commentating legend Jimmy McGee. Full program details available here: http://alturl.com/mwor5
  • Trevor Mitchell
    by Trevor Mitchell 3 years ago
    Check out the 4 DAY SALE at http://www.irishshopper.ie
    The wooden HURL Keyrings, made in Ireland and personalised with your own or Club name are proving extremely popular.
  • Annemarie Healy
    by Annemarie Healy 3 years ago
    Good idea and a nice group, 63 members but where is the activity ?
  • Annemarie Healy
    by Annemarie Healy 3 years ago
    For New York passenger records from 1880 to 1924 : http://www.ellisisland.org/
  • Annemarie Healy
    by Annemarie Healy 3 years ago
    This is also a very useful site for Irish records : http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#start