Irish family history?

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13 June 2012
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Are you searching for ancestors in Ireland? If so, don’t miss part 2 of Mary Evans’ series covering Irish family history websites

Are you searching for ancestors in Ireland? If so, don’t miss part 2 of Mary Evans’ series covering Irish family history websites, in the July issue of Family Tree. This issue covers 100 essential websites for tracking down folk in Connaught, and to find out more, check out the reading list below.

A Guide to Tracing Your Galway Ancestors by Peadar O’Dowd

A History of County Galway by Peadar O’Dowd

Famine: Galway’s Darkest Years by William Henry

Hidden Galway: Gallows, Garrisons and Guttersnipes by William Henry

The Other Famine: The Leitrim Famine of 1822 by Gerard McAtasny

Just The Way It Was: Tommy Dan Tims Derrinageer, Ballinaglera - A True Story of a Traditional Farm Life in County Leitrim, Ireland by Thomas Gilrane

A Flame Now Quenched Rebels & Frenchmen In Leitrim: 1793-1798 by Liam Kelly

The Face of Time: Leland Lewis Duncan 1862-1923, Photographs of County Leitrim by Liam Kelly

A Guide to Tracing your Mayo Ancestors by Brian Smith

Land and Popular Politics in Ireland: County Mayo from the Plantation to the Land War by Donald E. Jordan Jr

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The Mayo Evictions of 1860 by Gerard Moran

Tracing Your Roscommon Ancestors by John Hamrock

The Murder of Major Mahon, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon, 1847 by Patrick Vesey

Riotous Roscommon: Social Unrest in the 1840s by Anne Coleman

Great Irish Famine: Words and Images from the Famine Museum, Strokestown Park, County Roscommon by Stephen J Campbell

Portrait of County Sligo by Gareth McCormack

Tales from Sligo and the West by Dennis P Sommers

Connacht: The Counties of Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim and Roscommon in Ireland by Sean Jennett

The July issue of Family Tree is on sale from 15 June. In the June issue, Family Tree covered Ulster websites (for further reading click here), with Leinster and Munster to follow in the August and September issues.