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08 August 2012
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Don’t miss the final article in Mary Evans’ four-part series covering Irish family history websites, in the September issue of Fa

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

The families of County Clare, Ireland: Over one thousand entries from the archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation by Michael C O'Laughlin

Ireland's Banner County: Clare from the Fall of Parnell to the Great War, 1890-1918 by Daniel Joseph Mccarthy

County Clare: It's Towns and Villages by Arthur Flynn

A History of County Clare by Sean Spellissy

Clare History and Society: Interdisciplinary Essays on the History of an Irish County by Matthew Lynch

Poverty before the Famine, County Clare 1835 (Published by Clare Local Studies Project)

The Strangers Gaze: Travels in County Clare 1534-1950 edited by Brian O'Dalaigh

The Famine Clearance in Toomevara, County Tipperary by Helen O'Brien

The Tipperary War Dead by Tom and Ruth Burnell

Cashel: History & Guide by Dr Dennis Murnane

South Tipperary, 1570-1841: Religion, land and rivalry by David J. Butler

Land, Politics, and Society in Eighteenth-Century Tipperary by Thomas P. Power

Home Wasn't Built in a Day: Growing Up in County Limerick - Recollections of a Rural Irish Childhood by Paddy Cronin

Book of Irish Families: Families of County Limerick, Ireland by Michael C O'Laughlin

The Diary of Nicholas Peacock, 1740-51: The Worlds of a County Limerick Farmer and Agent by Marie-Louise Legg

Revolutionary Limerick: The Republican Campaign for Independence in Limerick 1913-1921 by John O'Callaghan

Bishop Edward Thomas O'Dwyer of Limerick, 1842-1917 by Thomas J Morrissey SJ

Matters of Deceit: Breach of promise to marry cases in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Limerick by Maria Luddy

Exploring Georgian Limerick by Pat Dargan

Land, Popular Politics and Agrarian Violence in Ireland: The Case of County Kerry, 1872-86 by Donnacha Sean Lucey

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The Irish National League in Dingle, County Kerry, 1885–1892 by Donnacha Sean Lucey

Kerry & the Royal Munster Fusiliers by Alan Drumm

Ballybunion: An Illustrated History by Danny Houlihan

Valentia Lifeboats: A History of the work of the lifeboats by Dick Robinson

A New History of Cork by Dr Henry Jeffries

For Whom the Bells Tolled: History of Cork Fire Services by Pat Poland

A Biographical Dictionary of Cork edited by Timothy Cadogan & Jeremiah Falvey

Cork: Historical perspectives by Henry A Jefferies

Who killed the Franks family? Agrarian violence in pre-Famine Cork by Denis Cronin

West Cork: A Place Apart by Jo Kerrigan (Author) and Richard Mills (Photographer)

Mackerel and the Making of Baltimore, County Cork, 1879-1913 by Seamus Fitzgerald

Close the Wicket Gate: Tales from the Kilmichael Bar by Johanna O'Mahony Walters

The Holy Well Tradition: The pattern of St Declan at Ardmore, County Waterford, 1800-2000 by Stiófan Ó Cadhla

Waterford's Anglicans: Religion and Politics, 1819-1872 by Eugene Broderick

The Missing Postman: What Really Happened to Larry Griffin? by Fachtna O Drisceoil

Waterford Crystal - Irish Brilliance: History and Collector’s Guide by Sharma Krauskopf

Waterford In Pictures and Verse by Tom Power (Collaborator) and Jackie Elger (Photographer)

The Irish Boats: Liverpool - Cork and Waterford by Malcolm McRonald

The September issue of Family Tree is on sale from 10 August. In the June issue, Family Tree covered Ulster websites, with Connaught in the July issue and Leinster in the August issue.

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