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Tracing Your Irish Ancestors
by John Grenham
The new edition has been revised to include more broadly relevant material, such as a listing of copies of Roman Catholic records, covering dates, locations and formats. This edition also includes details of the Family History Centres of the Mormon Church, one of the world's richest genealogical archives.
Paperback, Third Edition, 526 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Genealogical Publishing Company
(first published January 1993)
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This is the third edition of the book published in 2006. Gresham has done a suburb job of directing the reader to sources of information for those tracing their family to Ireland. The first few chapters concentrate on specific types of information eg births, marriages, deaths, census, church records, land records, wills, emigration, newspapers, while the bulk of the book deals with specific counties in Ireland. The upshot seems to be that most records are at the county level, so genealogists nee ...more