Tag Archives: "research"

Cancelled Valuation Book
2 Jan, 2020

Irish Genealogy

Irish genealogical research can be a little different than elsewhere as we don’t have the spine of regular census records from the 19th century from which to hang our family history. This means that other sources are more prominent in Ireland than elsewhere. Here I highlight many of these alternatives that are readily available online. […]

a bridge to travel across
1 Nov, 2019

By road, by sea or by Shanks’s Pony?

As many of you may know, last week was RootsTech London. It was an amazing few days, with so many inspiring lectures, exhibitors and genealogists. I sensed that a theme running throughout the conference was connecting people and that is certainly something I managed to do. I met a lot of fellow genealogists in person […]

Irish research title image
10 Oct, 2019

Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet: A Guide for Family Historians.

In this welcome updated 2nd addition Chris Paton has managed to guide the reader through the wealth of Irish records that are available online. Chris begins the journey with what he calls ‘The Genealogical Landscape’ which is an overview of all the available resources, details of what can be found there and the website address. […]