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Flyleaf Press; 6 x 9 softcover, varying page counts, illus.$18.95 each volumeTrace your Irish roots to a specific city and county with these handy guides. Learn what kind of records you will find, and where and how you can access them. Well illustrated with maps, sample records, and other relevant material, each volume also includes a comprehensive index.
Tracing Your Clare Ancestors160 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Cork Ancestors162 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Donegal Ancestors161 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Dublin Ancestors106 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Galway Ancestors160 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Limerick Ancestors121 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Mayo Ancestors160 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Roscommon Ancestors160 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Sligo Ancestors160 pp., $18.95Tracing Your Westmeath Ancestors160 pp., $18.95
John GrenhamGenealogical Publishing Co.;6 x 9 softcover, 550 pp.,$34.95
Combining the features of a textbook and a reference book, Tracing Your Irish Ancestors outlines the key steps of Irish research and provides an indispensable body of source materials. Updated and expanded instructions describe how to use and locate civil records, land records, wills, lists of Roman Catholic parish records, source lists, and more. This new edition also pays special attention to the Internet, serving as both a directory to online records as well as a handbook for online research strategies.An important guide for anyone with Irish ancestry.2012
Charles Knowles Bolton, foreword by Marie Daly6 x 9 softcover $24.95
Originally published in 1910, Scotch Irish Pioneers offers a systematic treatment of the migration of the Scotch and English from the north of Ireland to the New World in the early 18th century. Bolton details the conditions in both Ireland and New England prior to the group emigrating; the main players and ships involved in the movement; and ultimately where in America the Scotch Irish settled after arriving.2013