Irish family history?


11 July 2012
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Don’t miss part three of Mary Evans’ four-part series covering Irish family history websites, in the August issue of Family Tree.

Don’t miss part three of Mary Evans’ four-part series covering Irish family history websites, in the August issue of Family Tree. This issue covers numerous essential websites for tracking down folk in the vast province of Leinster. To find out more, check out the reading list below.

Longford & Its People: an Index to the 1901 Census of County Longford by David Leahy

County Longford and the Irish Revolution, 1910-1923 by Marie Coleman

County Longford Survivors of the Great Famine: Complete Index to Griffiths' Primary Valuation of County Longford (1854) by David Leahy

County Longford Residents Prior to the Famine: A Transcription And Complete Index of the Tithe Applotment Books of County Longford, Ireland (1823 - 1835) by Guy A. Rymsza

Sport and Society in Victorian Ireland: The Case of Westmeath by Tom Hunt

Ancient and Modern Sketches of the County Westmeath: Historical, Traditional, and Legendary by James Woods

Athlone Miscellany by Gearoid O'Brien

Mullingar; history and guide by Ruth Illingworth

Meath Voices by Tommy Murray

The Land and People of County Meath, 1750-1850 by Peter Connell

World War I and Nationalist Politics in County Louth, 1914-20 by Donal Hall

Rossin, County Meath: An unofficial place by Bryn Coldrick

The Royal Irish Constabulary and the Black and Tans in County Louth 1919-1922 by Stephen O'Donnell

Stories from a Sacred Landscape: Croghan Hill to Clonmacnoise by Caimin O'Brien

The Offaly War Dead by Tom Burnell

Edenderry, County Offaly, from 1820 to 1920 by Ciaran Reilly

John Plunket Joly and the Great Famine in King's County (County Offaly) by Ciarán Reilly

A History of County Kildare by Padraic O'Farrell

A Class Apart: The Gentry Families of County Kildare by Con Costello

Keeping in Touch: Communications with County Kildare by Noel Morrin

The transportation of women from Kildare to Van Diemen's land in 1849 by Catherine Fleming

A History of Clane by Brian Sammon

Balrothery Poor Law Union, County Dublin, 1839 - 1851 by Sinead Collins

Leaders of the city: Dublin’s first Citizens, 1500–1950 Editors: Ruth McManus & Lisa-Marie Griffith

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Local Government in Nineteenth-Century County Dublin: The grand jury by David Broderick

Foxrock Miscellany by Foxrock LHS

Rare Old Dublin: Heroes, Hawkers and Hoors by Frank Hopkins

Hidden Dublin: Deadbeats, Dossers and Decent Skins by Frank Hopkins

Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin, 1832-1900 by Carmel Connell

The Planters of Luggacurran, County Laois: A Protestant community, 1879-1927 by Leighann Coffey

Thatch: Voices from the Traditional Houses of County Laois by Mary Ann Williams, Sinead Hughes and Bronagh Lanigan

The County Wicklow Database: 432AD to 2006AD by Brian White

The Wicklow War Dead by Tom & Seamus Burnell

Enniskerry: A History by Michael Seery

Kilkenny City & County: People, Places, Faces by John Fitzgerald

Kilkenny: City and County by Gerry Moran (Author) and Ann Phelan (Illustrator)

Kilkenny in Focus: Photographs and Memories Over 50 Years by Tom Brett

Carlow War Dead by Tom Burnell

County Carlow: Visions of Town and Country by Jimmy O'Toole (Author) and Roland Byrne (Illustrator)

Haunted Carlow by Cormac Strain

A History of County Wexford by Nicholas Furlong

Remembering Wexford by Nicky Rossiter

Wexford: A History, A Tour and A Miscellany by Nicky Rossiter

Tales of the Anvil: The Forges & Blacksmiths of Wexford by Eamon Doyle

The Lifeboats of Wexford and Rosslare Harbour by Nicholas Leach

The Hook Peninsula, County Wexford by Billy Colfer

The August issue of Family Tree is on sale from 13 July. In the June issue, Family Tree covered Ulster websites, with Connaught in the July issue and Munster to follow in the September issue.

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