300 Headstones added to Deansgrange, Co. Dublin, Headstone Records. See North Section Part 5, and St. Patrick's Section Part 21. Links to files are in March Additions on http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/
Monday, 30 March 2015
MISSING SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY?
"One of the strongest drivers of genealogical research is the feeling of bringing back into the light individuals who have been forgotten or deliberately written out of official history. That sense of righting historic family wrongs is powerful and addictive.
Here are two stories that will illustrate why."
JOHN GRENHAM may have the answers... Irish Roots
Saturday, 28 March 2015
MICROFILM READER REQUIRED
CLARE ROOTS SOCIETY are about to take on a large transcription project in conjunction with CLARE LIBRARY re details from old Clare newspapers.
These are stored on microfilm in the Library and can be read on three readers in the public part of Local Studies. Trying to facilitate about 25 volunteers on these readers and still allow access by the general public to the machines will be difficult.
Some firms use microfilm readers that are gradually being replaced by computer-based readers. If you know of any older reader no longer required, we would love to put it to good use. Our group which covers all of Co. Clare, is a very active voluntary body. We have been in existence for almost 10 years and have published 22 books and a considerable amount of transcriptions of gravestones, out of-print directories and many other aids to those researching family histories. Our policy is to donate all our genealogy research to Clare Library, so that it can go online and be accessed by Clare people, all over the world free of charge.
You will find details of us on our website:
We would be very grateful if you could direct us to where we could locate such a machine.
Friday, 27 March 2015
Thursday, 26 March 2015
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Thursday the 14th of May 8.00 p.m.
at the Old Ground (upstairs) we launch two books:
The Grotto's of Ennis & Environs by Mary Mc Mahon.
Bindon Street / Bank Place by Lucille Ellis.
Thursday 18th. June:
7.30 p.m. Mass at the Cathedral in memory of deceased Residents of St. Michael's Villas, Ennis.
Book Launch 8.15 p.m. Old Ground Hotel:
St. Michaels Villas by Corah Hassey.
The Mayor of Ennis, Johnny Flynn, will be launching all books.
Wednesday, 25 March 2015
Have you seen the Entente Florale Public Launch 2015 details?
What about this... happening on 31 March 2015...
KDHS Lecture: "Families associated with the lands west of the River Fergus in "An Leabhar Muimneach" or the Munster Book" by Dr Cathy Swift