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Small Sources 64:  This is a list of 84 tenants from the index to a rental among the Wynne Estate Papers in the National Library of Ireland (NLI Ms. 3312).  The Wynne estate was mainly in the Parish of Calry,  which is on the northern side of Lough Gill.  The document is a large leather-bound ...
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Mayo 3
Flyleaf Press, the publishing arm of Ancestor Network, has published a third edition of its acclaimed guide to tracing families in County Mayo. It has been extensively revised and updated, in particular to include new on-line genealogy sources. The new edition is therefore filled with information on what the records contain, and how and where ...
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Flyleaf Press, the publishing arm of Ancestor Network, has published a second edition of its acclaimed guide to tracing families in County Sligo. The new guide contains extensive revisions and it particularly includes many new on-line genealogy sources that have become available in the past few years. It is therefore filled with information on what ...
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Flyleaf Press, the publishing arm of Ancestor Network, has published a comprehensive guide to all of the records available for tracing families in County Tipperary. The book was formally launched in the Tipperary Excel Centre, Mitchell Street, Tipperary Town, Co. Tipperary on Thursday, 13th December 2018 by Des Murnane, President of Tipperary Historical Society.
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Flyleaf Press has published two new guides: to tracing ancestors in Counties Tipperary and Leitrim. Both are filled with information on the records of these counties, and how and where they can be accessed. This includes guidance on Irish archives and on many on-line sources. Both titles are well illustrated with maps and examples of ...
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Flyleaf Press have published ‘Tracing your Leitrim  Ancestors’  by Tom Coughlan.  It is a comprehensive guide to research on the families of county Leitrim, Ireland. It sets out the records available, where they can be accessed both on-line and in archives, and how the available records can be used to best effect in genealogical or ...
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The National Genealogical Society Quarterly recently published a review of our title ‘Finding your Ancestors in Kerry‘  by Kay Caball.  The review,  by Fiona Fitzsimons of Eneclann,  kindly declares the book to be  “..essential reading for any genealogist or family historian whose research focuses on (Kerry)…” and also goes on to say that  ” This book, friendly ...
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AN Belfast
Belfast and Dublin, 17 October 2017 Because of growing demand from people of the Irish Diaspora with Ulster roots, as well as demand from solicitor firms and heir hunting firms for specialist genealogical researchers in the six counties, Ancestor Network Ltd (www.ancestornetwork.ie) has announced today the establishment of its Northern Ireland branch and the opening ...
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Tipp
Small Sources No. 18:  Our publishing arm, Flyleaf Press, has been publishing a series of ‘Small Sources’ on its blog page for several years. These are lists of names which are too small to attract the attention of most of the guides. Nevertheless, these names can be gold-dust to someone out there. We are going ...
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Hundreds of people turned out for the genealogy conference hosted by the Cork Genealogical Society and the Irish Genealogical Research Society at the Clayton Hotel, Silversprings, Co. Cork on Saturday, 19th March 2016.
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