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Posted by Editor | Mar 14, 2022 | Organisations | 0 |
Revealing regional variations in British grandparents names
by Joanne Swann | May 17, 2023 | Other News | 0 |
Recent research has revealed what modern Brits call their grandparents reflecting huge regional and demographic variances across the country.Read More
Most popular baby names in Northern Ireland
by Joanne Swann | Mar 28, 2023 | Other News | 0 |
The popularity of baby names in Northern Ireland has evolved over the years, with cultural influences and historical events playing a role.Read More
IWM’s first exhibition about the Northern Ireland Troubles coming soon!
by Joanne Swann | Mar 20, 2023 | Organisations | 0 |
The Northern Ireland Troubles exhibition will unpack a complex chapter of history through the multiple perspectives of individuals affected.Read More
Limited free access to 14 million Irish records!
by Joanne Swann | Mar 15, 2023 | Records | 0 |
Celebrating St Patricks Day, MyHeritage is offering free access to 14 million Irish records from the 14th of March until the 19th of March.Read More
Ireland’s Jewish genealogical history acquired by National Library
by Joanne Swann | Dec 21, 2022 | Records | 0 |
The National Library of Israel announced that it had received a Jewish genealogical history of Ireland’s Jewish communities, a collection of documents spanning 22 volumes.Read More
Irish Ancestors – An Introduction to Researching Your Irish Genealogy
If you are interested in learning about your Irish ancestors, this guide introduces some of the main resources available.Read More
Ireland’s 1926 Census to be digitalised
by Joanne Swann | Nov 23, 2022 | Records | 0 |
Ireland’s 1926 Census is set to go online in April 2026. This will provide a fascinating snapshot of life in Ireland 100 years ago.Read More
New Irish Records Online
Several new datasets for Irish ancestry research have come online recently, covering a wide range of topics from emigrants to loans and from local council minutes to maps.Read More